© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Looking like Edler heading to free agency Rick Dhaliwal: It is not sounding like the Vancouver Canucks and Alex Edler will be getting a new contract done. It’s looking like Edler is headed to free agency. The Larschcast: Dhaliwal said that from his understanding term is the big issue with
© James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports Sabres need some scoring, Hurricanes talked to Faulk, nothing imminent with Trouba, Coyotes could be looking at Duchene Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic: The Buffalo Sabres have kicked tires on Minnesota Wild winger Jason Zucker. wonders if the Nashville Predators would offer up forward Kyle Turris at a reduced rate
Potential destinations for Puljujarvi Dustin Nielson of Oilers Nation: Edmonton Oilers forward Jesse Puljujarvi could be looking for a change of scenery according to Bob McKenzie. Five potential destinations for Puljujarvi include: Carolina Hurricanes – Puljujarvi played with Sebastian Aho at the World Juniors and with Karpat growing up. Have a few other Finns in
Home NHL Free Agents NHL Rumors: Sabres Need More Scoring, Landing Spots for Turris, and Top… © Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports The Sabres could use more scoring depth Lance Lysowski: Buffalo Sabres GM Jason Botterill said that they will try to add some more scoring depth in free agency but adds the trade route is
© Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports Perry’s days in Anaheim numbered? TSN: Pierre LeBrun talking about the future of Anaheim Ducks forward Corey Perry. Pierre LeBrun: The Anaheim Ducks have a lot of respect for the 34-year old Perry, but he’s got a big contract. “First, they are talking trades to a number of teams, they
The Anaheim Ducks have traded defenseman Brandon Montour to the Buffalo Sabres for a conditional 2019 1st round draft pick and defensive prospect Brendan Guhle. The 24-year old Montour was drafted 55th overall in the 2nd round of the 2014 draft by the Anaheim Ducks. He carries a $3.3875 million salary cap hit for another
report this ad All of a sudden, the trade that sent Jeff Skinner to Buffalo doesn’t look so bad for the Sabres. Skinner, a perennial 30-goal talent, came over in a contract year for a slew of futures. There were no guarantees he would regain his scoring touch after an off season. There were fewer
Home NHL Rumors NHL Rumors: Sabres and Skinner Close On An Extension … Yzerman on… Breaking point for the Sabres and Skinner close 8:43 PM – Bob McKenzie: The Buffalo Sabres and Jeff Skinner are closing in on an eight-year contract extension at around $9 million a season. WGR 550: Darren Dreger this morning on
© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Who might be interested in Trouba Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun: If trading defenseman Jacob Trouba was an easy deal to make they likely would have done so by now. Contract talks haven’t been easy in the past. The Jets would like to sign him to a long-term deal
© Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports Hall not interested in a Devils extension at this time David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period: Multiple sources have said that as of now, Taylor Hall is not interested in signing a contract extension with the New Jersey Devils. Hall is eligible to sign an extension after July 1st.
© Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports The San Jose Sharks’ Stanley Cup hopes ended with their six-game elimination from the Western Conference Final by the St. Louis Blues. Among the questions facing the Sharks in this offseason is the fate of Erik Karlsson. Acquired last September from the Ottawa Senators, the 28-year-old defenseman is slated to
Sabres coaching vacancy John Shannon: Todd Richards won’t be interviewing with the Buffalo Sabres for their head coaching position. John Shannon: Keep hearing the front runners for the Sabres coaching position are Jacques Martin and Dave Tippett. Brunette being connected to the Panthers Andy Strickland: Have been hearing Andrew Brunette‘s name being connected to the
31 Thoughts rumor roundup Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet: Florida Panthers GM Dale Tallon will meet again later this month with Roberto Luongo to talk about his future. “We’ll have really good discussions about what’s best for and the Panthers.” Around 70 percent of Joel Quenneville‘s $6 million salary this year will be covered by the
The first day after the conclusion of the NHL regular season is always a rough one for coaches of teams that didn’t qualify for postseason contention. While some are able to keep their position and work towards improving in the future, there are often those who don’t get that same courtesy and who find themselves
Into the mind of Taylor Hall this offseason… Neal McHale: The merry-go-round with Taylor Hall and the New Jersey Devils has begun with one clear message. Ray Shero must work on the team’s talent gap this summer. It is time. If New Jersey expects to keep Hall around, they must address that first and foremost.
Arizona Coyotes eye more changes in offseason Craig Morgan of The Athletic: Again, Arizona faces uncertainty from a multitude of fronts. One of them will be what they do with John MacLean. Will they keep him or let him go? From a free agent standpoint, Richard Panik and Darcy Kuemper expect to test the market.
Joel Quenneville all but hired in Florida already? Darren Dreger: The Florida Panthers fired Bob Boughner on Sunday and could be naming a new coach as soon as Monday. Reports suggest that Joel Quenneville becomes the next boss. He still has one year and $6 million owed from the Chicago Blackhawks. The expectation is that
Costs for Karlsson and Gardiner on the open market could be … Chris Johnston of Sportsnet: If defenseman Erik Karlsson doesn’t re-sign with the San Jose Sharks, he could be looking a seven-year contract extension around $12 million per season. Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Gardiner could be looking long-term deal in the $6.5 million