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Brandon Montour and the Anaheim Ducks have filed their salary requests ahead of their arbitration hearing on Tuesday.

Montour is asking for a $4 million contract for the 2018-19 campaign while the Ducks have requested a two-year, $3 million contract. Montour had nine goals and 32 points in 80 games last season. The two sides can still reach a compromise ahead of the hearing and that's reportedly what's being attempted.
Jul 22 - 1:06 PM

With the Islanders' management changing over the summer, Joshua Ho-Sang will get a fresh start in 2018-19.

Ho-Sang has plenty of offensive upside, but he ended up spending most of the 2017-18 campaign in the AHL. Even when he did play in the NHL last season, he was averaging a modest 14:17 minutes per game. He'll have an opportunity to prove himself with new head coach Barry Trotz though. "He’s got NHL skill, he’s got NHL ability," Trotz said. "From my standpoint, there are certain expectations we are going to have for him on and off the ice. I think he realizes a lot of his things in the past, where he got himself in maybe a little bit of, I don’t want to say trouble, but just in a situation where he comes across maybe poorly, that’s just a young man who is just growing up."
Jul 22 - 8:43 AM

Ryan Kesler's (hip) status remains unclear as the summer drags on.

Ducks GM Bob Murray expressed confidence that Patrick Eaves, who was limited to two games last season, would play in all of the 2018-19 campaign, but he's less confident about Kesler. "Although ‘Kes’ says he’s going to be fine," Murray added. It was reported back in May by Elliotte Friedman that there's "a chance" that Kesler won't play at all in 2018-19. A clearer picture of his status may not come until training camp.
Jul 22 - 3:12 AM

Ducks GM Bob Murray expects Patrick Eaves to be ready for the start of the campaign.

Eaves had surgery to repair a torn labrum back in March. He only played in two games last season after being diagnosed with Gullain-Barre Syndrome, but after consulting with specialists, it seems that isn't what he was suffering from. Instead, he apparently had post-viral syndrome.
Jul 22 - 3:09 AM

Derek Grant prides himself in his versatility.

Grant's natural position is center, but he can also serve as a winger. In addition, over his years in the AHL he's learned to play up and down the lineup as either a scoring or defensive forward and has gotten roles with the man advantage and killing penalties along the way. That likely influenced the Penguins' decision to sign Grant to a one-year contract even though they were already loaded with centers. While having some extra center depth is a nice perk, it helps that Grant can comfortably shift to the wing when everyone is healthy.
Jul 21 - 11:18 PM

Brett Kulak and the Calgary Flames have filed their contract requests ahead of Monday's arbitration hearing.

Kulak has requested a salary of $1.15 million for 2018-19 while the Flames suggested a two-way contract with a salary of $650K if he spends the full season in the NHL. Kulak had two goals and eight points in 71 games last season. The Flames put him on waivers recently and he successfully cleared, which should help their case on Monday. An arbitrator will decide Kulak's salary unless the two sides can reach a last minute compromise.
Jul 21 - 7:01 PM

Pat Cannone has signed a one-year contract with ERC Ingolstadt of the German league.

Cannone had 17 goals and 39 points in 76 AHL games last season. He's appeared in three career NHL games.
Jul 21 - 5:26 PM

The Minnesota Wild and Jason Zucker are continuing their contract talks ahead of the July 28th arbitration hearing date.

"Certainly you want to stay as optimistic as you can," Wild GM Paul Fenton said regarding the possibility of being able to avoid arbitration. Zucker is coming off a big season where he scored 33 goals and 64 points in 82 games. There has been trade rumors involving him over the summer, but Zucker wants to stay in Minnesota.
Jul 21 - 3:54 PM
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