What Went Wrong: CHI, NYR

What Went Wrong: CHI, NYR
Part 4 of our What Went Wrong series examines the disappointing seasons of the Chicago Blackhawks and New York Rangers.
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The Winnipeg Jets would like to re-sign Connor Hellebuyck to a long-term contract, according to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman.

Hellebuyck will be a restricted free agent this summer. The fact that the Jets want to sign him is hardly surprising considering he was one of the top goaltenders in the league this season. The 25-year-old had a 44-11-9 record with a 2.36 goals-against-average and a .924 save percentage during the regular season. He was also selected as one of the three finalists for the Vezina Trophy.
May 25 - 9:20 PM

David Quinn's contract with the New York Rangers is reportedly worth $12 million over five years.

Quinn insists he wasn't in a hurry to leave Boston University, which means the Rangers probably had to give him some incentive to take their head coaching job. He made it clear that money wasn't the reason why he took the gig. "I’m 52 years old, and I knew the window would close eventually," Quinn said. "Maybe it might be in three years, but it goes by fast and people stop calling. I have a comfort level with the organization. I wasn’t looking [to] leave Boston University and I told Chris Drury that. During the season, I talk to him two to three times per week. The more we talked about this (recently), the more we aligned with the process and how we envisioned a team being coached. It’s the Original Six, New York City and the Rangers. What else do you need?"
May 25 - 7:39 PM

Scott Hartnell isn't ready to retire from the NHL just yet.

The Predators already informed the veteran that they weren't going to offer him a contract, but that doesn't mean he's going to hang up his skates just yet. "Watching these games, I still have a fire inside me to play again," Hartnell said. 'My first priority, over the next couple of months, is to get ready [to return]. It wasn’t the way I wanted to end it. I was scratched, came back and had some good games. If there’s the right fit, I believe I can still be a presence, still be effective. If I didn’t believe that, I would step away." The 36-year-old had 13 goals and 24 points in 62 games this season.
May 25 - 7:35 PM

There's "a chance" that Ryan Kesler could miss all of the 2018-19 season, according to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman.

Kesler suited up in just 48 games during the regular season because of a hip injury and Friedman says it's obvious to teammates and opponents that the Ducks center is in a lot of discomfort. According to this report, Kesler will not been undergoing surgery. Instead, he'll opt for an aggressive form of rehab. It's important to note that no one has said that Kesler will miss all of next season, it's just one possibility. The 33-year-old had eight goals and 14 points during the regular season and two points in four games in the playoffs.
May 25 - 7:26 PM

The Detroit Red Wings have signed Gustav Lindstrom to a three-year, entry-level contract.

Lindstrom was selected with the 38th overall pick of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. He had six goals and 14 points in 39 Swedish league games last season.
Source: NHL.com
May 25 - 6:09 PM

Barry Trotz will going into the Stanley Cup Final with his future undetermined.

Trotz is in the final season of his contract as the head coach of the Washington Capitals and that isn't about to change. Capitals GM Brian MacLellan confirmed that the team will assess the situation after the playoffs, so an extension isn't on the immediate horizon. That's not surprising as this is hardly the time to negotiate an extension, but it does highlight one of the biggest questions facing the Capitals regardless of if they win or lose in the finals.
May 25 - 5:04 PM

The Vancouver Canucks aren't attempting to trade Chris Tanev, per GM Jim Benning.

When healthy, Tanev is a top-four defenseman for the Canucks, but the problem is that he spends a lot of time on the sidelines. He played in just 42 games this season and 298 of a possible 410 contests over the last five seasons. He has two campaigns left on his five-year, $22.25 million contract.
May 25 - 4:09 PM

Jordan Sambrook will re-enter the NHL Entry Draft in 2018, per his agent.

Detroit selected Sambrook in the fifth round of the 2016 draft, but they don't plan on signing him to an entry-level contract. He had 10 goals and 39 points in 67 OHL games in 2017-18.
May 25 - 2:50 PM
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