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7/3/2015

Joel Ward, RW, WAS

Joel Ward

Sharks Sign Ward To Three-Year Deal

News: Joel Ward signed a three-year, $9.825 million contract with the Sharks on Friday, CSN Bay Area's Kevin Kurz reports.
Analysis: After the Capitals replaced him with Justin Williams on the first day of free agency, Joel Ward ended up finding a home on the West Coast, where he'll join a veteran forward corps. Ward skated primarily on the third line with the Capitals in 2014-15, notching 19 goals and 34 points in 82 games. Historically, Ward has saved his best work for the postseason (14 goals, 21 assists in 53 playoff games), where the Sharks have infamously failed to come up in the clutch in recent seasons. The 34-year-old Ward probably isn't alone going to get them over the hump or even back in the playoffs, but he'll at least provide the Sharks with a serviceable third-line sniper.

7/3/2015

Yann Danis, G, PHI

Yann Danis

Devils Sign Danis To One-Year Deal

News: Yann Danis signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Devils on Friday, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
Analysis: Yann Danis will likely begin the season in the AHL, and he's unlikley to make much of an impact at the NHL level.

7/3/2015

Byron Froese, C, CHI

Byron Froese

Froese Signs With Toronto

News: Byron Froese signed a two-year, two-way deal with Toronto on Friday.
Analysis: Byron Froese spent last season in the AHL and ECHL, most notably appearing in 46 games for the Toronto Marlies. The 24-year-old will likely remain in the minors to begin next season.

7/3/2015

Carlo Colaiacovo, D, PHI

Carlo Colaiacovo

Sabres, Colaiacovo Agree To One-Year Deal

News: Carlo Colaiacovo agreed to a one-year deal with the Sabres on Friday.
Analysis: The defenseman appeared in 33 games for the Flyers last season, notching eight points and 10 penalty minutes. The veteran has also spent time with the Blues, Red Wings and Maple Leafs during his 12-year career, and will likely be a depth player for the Sabres. He's not a factor in fantasy games at this point.

7/3/2015

Andrew Desjardins, C, CHI

Andrew Desjardins

Blackhawks Re-Sign Desjardins

News: Andrew Desjardins re-signed with the Blackhawks on Friday, ESPN reports.
Analysis: Andrew Desjardins will return to Chicago on a two-year deal that will pay him an average of $800,000 per season. The 28-year-old came over at the trade deadline from San Jose last season and was a plus-1 in 13 regular season contests. In 21 playoff appearances, Desjardins notched a goal and three assists.

7/3/2015

John Ramage, D, CGY

John Ramage

Ramage Signs Two-Way Deal With Columbus

News: John Ramage signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Blue Jackets on Friday, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: John Ramage was not tendered a qualifying offer by the Flames last month, making him an unrestricted free agent. The defenseman spent the majority of the season at AHL Adirondack, tallying three goals and 12 assists in 57 games. He'll likely spend the bulk of 2015-16 in the AHL.

7/3/2015

Luke Adam, C, CLB

Luke Adam

FA Adam Agrees To Terms With Rangers

News: Luke Adam agreed to terms with the Rangers on Friday.
Analysis: The 25-year-old spent most of last season in the AHL, appearing in 73 games for the Rochester Americans and registering 16 goals and 26 assists. He saw time in only three NHL games for Columbus, recording four penalty minutes. Luke Adam will likely again see time at both the AHL and NHL levels next season.

7/3/2015

Jordan Caron, RW, COL

Jordan Caron

Caron Signs Two-Way Deal With Blues

News: Jordan Caron signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Blues on Thursday.
Analysis: Jordan Caron saw time with the Bruins and Avalanche last season, but failed to register a single point in 30 games. The Blues boast an overwhelming stable of talent at forward, so it seems unlikely that he'll be able to claim a roster spot with the team out of training camp. Look for him to head to AHL Chicago to open the 2015-16 campaign.

7/3/2015

Slava Voynov, D, LA

Slava Voynov

Kings' Voynov To Spend Three Months In Jail

News: Slava Voynov (Achilles) accepted a plea deal Thursday for his domestic assault charges and will spend 90 days in jail and face three years of probation, ESPN.com's Katie Strang reports.
Analysis: Slava Voynov was arrested on charges of domestic violence back in October and suspended indefinitely by the league. The defenseman has yet to be reinstated by the NHL, which will conduct its own investigation before making a ruling on his eligibility. Further complicating matters is that the Kings have instituted their own suspension on Voynov for suffering a torn Achilles tendon in a non-hockey related activity this past spring. His future with the Kings and in the NHL remains up in the air, and it's uncertain when a resolution might be reached.

7/3/2015

Cole Schneider, LW, OTT

Cole Schneider

Sens Sign Schneider To One-Year Deal

News: Cole Schneider signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Senators on Thursday.
Analysis: The 24-year-old Cole Schneider will more than likely return to AHL Binghamton for the fourth straight season. He recorded 29 goals and 58 points in 69 games for Binghamton in 2014-15.

7/3/2015

Brandon Halverson, G, NYR

Brandon Halverson

Halverson Inks Entry-Level Contract With Rangers

News: Brandon Halverson signed an entry-level contract with the Rangers on Thursday.
Analysis: Brandon Halverson sits at 19 years of age and is a budding prospect who'll stick with the junior club this coming season, as he's not yet AHL eligible. He's likely several years away from reaching the NHL, making him a consideration only in dynasty leagues.

7/3/2015

Will O'Neill, D, WPG

Will O'Neill

O'Neill Signs With Penguins

News: Will O'Neill signed a two-way contract with the Penguins for the 2015-16 season.
Analysis: Will O'Neill spent last season with AHL St. John's in the Jets organization, where he compiled 48 points after 72 outings. Without any NHL appearances to his credit throughout his career thus far, he'll likely spend the majority of the upcoming season in the AHL yet again.

7/2/2015

Trevor Smith, LW, TOR

Trevor Smith

Ex-Maple Leaf Smith Headed For Switzerland

News: Trevor Smith signed a two-year contract Wednesday with Bern of the Swiss Elite League, Chris Johnston of Sportsnet reports.
Analysis: Despite suiting up in 54 games in the NHL last season with the Maple Leafs, Trevor Smith wasn't likely to command much interest in free agency on anything more than a two-way deal. As a result, he'll opt to head to Europe, where he likely received a more lucrative offer. At 30 years old, Smith could still surface in the NHL again somewhere down the line.

7/2/2015

Jani Hakanpaa, D, STL

Jani Hakanpaa

Blues Prospect Hakanpaa Leaves For Finland

News: Jani Hakanpaa has elected to sign a two-year contract with Karpat of the Finnish Elite League rather than remain in North America, Andrew Allsman of KMOV.com reports.
Analysis: Jani Hakanpaa appeared to fall down the Blues' defensive depth chart at AHL Chicago last season after recording just eight points in 64 games. The 23-year-old was tendered a qualifying offer, but he evidently decided a better opportunity for him existed overseas. He'll return to his native country for the next two seasons, but the Blues will retain his rights.

7/2/2015

Martin St. Louis, RW, NYR

Martin St. Louis

Rangers' St. Louis Retires

News: Martin St. Louis announced his retirement as an NHL player on Thursday.
Analysis: The 40-year-old winger, who recorded 21 goals and 52 points in 74 games with the Rangers last season, finishes up his distinguished 16-year NHL career with 391 goals and 1,033 points in 1,134 games. In addition to being a member of the Lightning when the team won the 2003-04 Stanley Cup, Martin St. Louis -- who entered the league as an undrafted free agent -- also earned his share of individual honors. Most notably, he was awarded the Hart Memorial Trophy as league MVP in 2003-04, as well as being a two-time Art Ross Trophy winner and three-time recipient of the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy.

7/2/2015

Justin Florek, LW, BOS

Justin Florek

Islanders Sign Florek

News: Justin Florek signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Islanders on Thursday.
Analysis: Justin Florek, who recorded 35 points in 73 games for AHL Providence this past season, will serve as a depth forward with the Isles and if he does see NHL action this coming season, it would presumably be in a bottom-six role.

7/2/2015

Kevin Gravel, D, LA

Kevin Gravel

Kings Sign D-Man Gravel To Two-Year Deal

News: Kevin Gravel signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Kings on Wednesday.
Analysis: At 6-foot-4 and 204 pounds, Kevin Gravel offers good size on defense, but he's a long way off making any sort of impact with the Kings. He recorded six goals and 15 points in 58 games last season.

7/2/2015

Cody Beach, RW, STL

Cody Beach

Blues Re-Sign Beach

News: Cody Beach re-signed with the Blues on Wednesday on a one-year, two-way contract.
Analysis: Cody Beach racked up 210 penalty minutes in 41 games with AHL Chicago last season, while also spending six games with ECHL Alaska. The 22-year-old winger's toughness and willingness to drop the gloves may make him a fourth-line candidate for the Blues at some point down the road, but with Ryan Reaves filling that role just fine for the parent club, Beach remains blocked for the time being.

7/2/2015

Jeremy Welsh, C, STL

Jeremy Welsh

Blues Re-Sign Welsh To One-Year Deal

News: Jeremy Welsh re-signed with the Blues on Tuesday on a one-year, two-way contract.
Analysis: Jeremy Welsh was one of the more productive members of the Blues' AHL affiliate in Chicago last season, as he finished fourth on the team with 41 points. The 27-year-old will stick around with the organization in a minor-league depth role.

7/2/2015

Pat Cannone, C, STL

Pat Cannone

Blues Re-Sign Cannone On Two-Way Deal

News: Pat Cannone re-signed with the Blues on a one-year, two-way contract Wednesday.
Analysis: Pat Cannone saw time in 64 games for AHL Chicago last season, finishing second on the team with 47 points. At 28 years old and with his NHL debut still yet to arrive, Cannone doesn't have much upside at this stage of his development.

7/2/2015

Danny Kristo, RW, NYR

Danny Kristo

Kristo Signs With Blues

News: The Blues signed Danny Kristo to a one-year, two-way contract on Thursday.
Analysis: Danny Kristo, who notched 22 goals and 46 points in 72 games with AHL Hartford this past season, bolsters the Blues' depth at right wing. At 25, Kristo has yet to see regular season NHL action, though he could debut on that front in 2015-16 if/when injuries hit the big club's forward corps.

7/2/2015

Joel Hanley, D, ARI

Joel Hanley

Canadiens Ink Hanley For AHL Depth

News: Joel Hanley signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Canadiens on Wednesday.
Analysis: The 24-year-old saw action with the Coyotes' AHL affiliate in Portland last season, recording 17 points in 63 games. Joel Hanley is probably staring at another season at the AHL level, this time with Hamilton.

7/2/2015

Rob Flick, C, BOS

Rob Flick

Panthers Sign AHL Forward Flick

News: Rob Flick signed a one-year contract with the Panthers on Thursday, Harvey Fialkov of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Analysis: The former fourth-round draft pick in 2010 spent last season with the Bruins organization, skating in 65 games for AHL Providence and producing 24 points. He'll serve as minor-league depth for the Panthers' affiliate in San Antonio.

7/2/2015

Viktor Tikhonov, LW, ARI

Viktor Tikhonov

Tikhonov Leaves KHL For Blackhawks

News: Viktor Tikhonov signed a one-year, $1.04 million contract with the Blackhawks on Wednesday, The Hockey News reports.
Analysis: After suiting up for St. Petersburg in the KHL for the last four seasons, Viktor Tikhonov was apparently quite eager to test himself in North America, as he reportedly took a $2 million pay cut to leave Russia. With the Blackhawks desperate to create cap room for the start of the coming season, the low-cost signing Tikhonov could be exactly what they need to create salary relief. Despite his minimal price, Tikhonov isn't completely bereft of value, as he was a former first-round selection by the Coyotes in 2008 and showed some scoring ability with St. Petersburg last season, supplying eight goals and 16 assists in 49 games. The Blackhawks will take a long look at him during training camp and see where he fits in best.

7/1/2015

Marc Savard, C, BOS

Marc Savard

Savard Traded To Panthers

News: The Panthers acquired Marc Savard's (concussion) contract Wednesday in a deal that also sent Jimmy Hayes to the Bruins for Reilly Smith, TSN.ca reports.
Analysis: Marc Savard -- who is not expected to resume his playing career -- has not played in the NHL since the 2010-11 campaign due to concussion issues, but the move frees up $4.027 million worth of salary cap space for the Bruins in each of the next two seasons.

 
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