© Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports Karlsson signing fallout Frank Seravalli: The San Jose Sharks now have $26.5 million committed to three defensemen for six seasons – Erik Karlsson, Brent Burns and Marc-Edouard Vlasic. Arpon Basu: The Sharks have about $13 million in salary cap space but have UFAs Joe Pavelski and Joe Thornton, as well
report this ad In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on the Detroit Red Wings and what they’ll do in terms of cleaning house, the San Jose Sharks are working on a long-term deal with Erik Karlsson and do the Edmonton Oilers have interest in a Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman? And, will the Blue
Will Erik Karlsson’s injury history less his payday in free agency. Can Erik Karlsson fit on the 2019-20 San Jose Sharks roster? Kevin Kurz of The Athletic: San Jose piecing together a 2019-20 roster with Erik Karlsson and Joe Pavelski will not be easy. This is because of how much Karlsson could potentially be paid.
report this ad In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there are updates on the potential future for Erik Karlsson, how many teams might be interested in Minnesota Wild forward Jason Zucker and the Edmonton Oilers have some interest in a German winger named Frederik Tiffels. Erik Karlsson Notes Kevin Kurz of The Athletic and covering the
report this ad In today’s Rumor Rundown we look at a couple players who are starting to make more noise as the NHL Trade Deadline approaches. Will Erik Karlsson really be traded before Monday? Or, are the Senators thinking more long-term? Also, why was Tomas Plekanec kept out of the lineup on Saturday for the
report this ad For those who watched Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday, they’ll have seen a panel that consisted of Nick Kypreos, Elliotte Friedman and Kelly Hrudey and all were loaded with a wealth of information, rumors, speculation and updates regarding the NHL Trade Deadline that closes on Monday. They discussed, Max Pacioretty, Erik
If the Toronto Maple Leafs could get Jake Gardiner around $5 million, then maybe ….however what about Montreal? The other possibility is always Erik Karlsson as unlikely as it may be. Jake Gardiner a fit for the Montreal Canadiens? Maybe. Marc Dumont of The Athletic: What if Montreal took a shot on Jake Gardiner? There
Home NHL Free Agents NHL Rumors: Top 20 Trade Candidates … Top 30 Free Agents © James Carey Lauder-USA TODAY Sports Top 20 NHL trade candidates Craig Custance of The Athletic: Looking at the top 20 NHL trade candidates a couple of weeks away from the NHL draft. 1. Jacob Trouba – Jets2. P.K. Subban
report this ad At this rate, Daniel Alfredsson may be on his way back to the Ottawa Senators too. After all, these days, it seems like every ex-Senators captain is tied to the team. Now it’s San Jose Sharks defenseman Erik Karlsson’s turn. Karlsson Interested in Return? Rumors indicate that, as a pending unrestricted free
Erik Karlsson and Joe Pavelski are likely among the top 10 NHL Free Agents this summer. Top five landing spots for Erik Karlsson Matt Larkin of The Hockey News: Alas, Erik Karlsson had groin surgery this week but none of that matters now. Despite that, he is still a much coveted unrestricted free agent. The
report this ad In today’s News & Notes, Erik Karlsson and Tomas Hertl will miss Game 6 of the Western Conference Final for the San Jose Sharks, Boston Bruins’ forward Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson is going to play in Sweden for the 2019-20 season and both Calvin de Haan and Jordan Martinook have undergone medical procedures.
report this ad Until Erik Karlsson signs a long-term extension, rumors will continue to swirl about where the two-time Norris winning defense will land. He is, after all, one of the biggest free agents to hit the market in recent memory, and his addition to any roster has the potential to turn a good defensive
report this ad SAN JOSE, Calif. — If Joe Thornton comes back for a 22nd season in the NHL, it would only be with the San Jose Sharks. Captain Joe Pavelski is confident he will get a deal done to stay with the franchise he joined as a draft pick back in 2003. The situation
© 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
Erik Karlsson: “Thank you to the entire @SanJoseSharks organization, fans, and especially teammates. It was a great run that ended too early. But lots of great memories where created. The entire Bay Area has been nothing but classy and respectful to me and my family. Thank you.” Curtis Pashelka: Karlsson seems open to the idea
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