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5/29/2015

Philippe Desrosiers, G, DAL

Philippe Desrosiers

Desrosiers Exits Memorial Cup

News: Philippe Desrosiers and Rimouski Oceanic exited the Memorial Cup on Thursday, losing 5-2 to Quebec.
Analysis: Philippe Desrosiers had a solid season, posting a .901 save percentage for Rimouski, a solid number in the QMJHL. The 19-year-old goaltender will be 20 at the start of the season and will be back at Stars camp. Despite goaltending issues in Dallas, the 2013 second round pick is unlikely to see NHL time next season.

5/25/2015

Madison Bowey, D, WAS

Madison Bowey

Caps' Bowey Excelling In Memorial Cup

News: Madison Bowey had a goal and two assists in Kelowna's 7-3 win over Rimouski in Memorial Cup action on Monday.
Analysis: Madison Bowey also added two minor penalties and a plus-three rating for good measure. The 2013 second-round pick is Washington's top defensive prospect. He will turn pro next season.

5/25/2015

Dylan Larkin, C, DET

Dylan Larkin

Wings' Larkin Scores First Two Professional Goals

News: Dylan Larkin scored twice in Grand Rapids' (AHL) 4-2 Game 2 win over Utica on Monday.
Analysis: Dylan Larkin decided to leave the University of Michigan after one season and signed his entry-level contract with Detroit last week. He has since joined the Griffins for their Western Conference final against Utica. Larkin had a pair of shots in his professional debut on Sunday and then potted the two markers on Monday. He had a monster year for the Wolverines (15G, 47P in 35GP) and he has quickly turned into one of the better prospects in the league.

5/25/2015

Andrei Kostitsyn, LW, FLA

Andrei Kostitsyn

KHLer Kostitsyn Entertaining NHL Return

News: Andrei Kostitsyn will pursue a return to the NHL this summer, Chris Johnston of Sportsnet reports.
Analysis: The former Canadiens winger and 10th overall pick in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft has spent the last four seasons in the KHL and tallied 31 points in 37 games for Sochi HC in 2014-15. A number of organizations are reportedly kicking the tires on a one-year deal for the 30-year-old, who posted three 20-goal campaigns during his stint with the Canadiens. He likely profiles as a third-line option for most NHL squads.

5/25/2015

Vladimir Sobotka, C, STL

Vladimir Sobotka

Blues Hopeful For Sobotka Return

News: Blues GM Doug Armstrong said that the team should know by the end of May whether or not Vladimir Sobotka will rejoin the Blues next season or remain in the KHL, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: After failing to find common ground on a contract with the Blues last summer, Vladimir Sobotka bolted for Russia, where he received a lucrative three-year deal with the KHL's Avangard Omsk worth around $12 million. Playing a feature role for the squad, Sobotka tallied 38 points in 53 games, but could be hungry for a return to the brighter lights of the NHL. Though his contract with Avangard Omsk contains an out clause, Sobotka would likely have to be willing to accept a downgrade in pay, as he would owe the Blues one season at a $2.7 million salary due to a previous arbitration ruling.

5/21/2015

Aaron Palushaj, RW, CAR

Aaron Palushaj

Palushaj Signs Deal With Flyers

News: Aaron Palushaj signed with the Flyers on Thursday, Frank Seravalli of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Analysis: The winger last played in the NHL in 2013-14, appearing in a pair of games for the Hurricanes. Prior to that, he spent time with Montreal (2010-12) and Colorado (2012-13). Aaron Palushaj spent 2014-15 in the KHL, playing a combined 53 games for Zagreb Medvescak and Yekaterinburg Automobilist.

5/20/2015

Oliver Bjorkstrand, RW, CLB

Oliver Bjorkstrand

Jackets' Bjorkstrand In Hunt For Roster Spot

News: Blue Jackets coach Todd Richards, who was behind the bench for Team USA at the world championships, thinks that Oliver Bjorkstrand will push for an NHL roster spot next season, the Columbus Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Oliver Bjorkstrand suited up for Team Denmark in the tournament, following a massive 63 goal, 118 point season in 59 games for WHL Portland (and another 13 goals and 25 points in 17 playoff games). The speedy winger has grown a couple of inches since he was drafted in 2013, and while he'll never be an imposing physical presence on the ice, his skill and grit should serve him well as a pro.

5/13/2015

Leon Draisaitl, C, EDM

Leon Draisaitl

Draisaitl Leads Kelowna To WHL Championship

News: Leon Draisaitl had a shorthanded goal and an assist in Kelowna's (WHL) 3-0 win over Brandon on Wednesday to help lead the Rockets to a four-game sweep and the WHL Championship.
Analysis: Kelowna will now join Rimouski, Quebec and either Oshawa or Erie in the Memorial Cup. Leon Draisaitl now has 10 goals and 28 points in 19 playoff games and several scouts have said he's been the most dominant player in the WHL since being reassigned from Edmonton back in January.

5/13/2015

Darnell Nurse, D, EDM

Darnell Nurse

Nurse Nets Three Points In AHL Playoff Debut

News: Darnell Nurse picked up three assists in Oklahoma City's (AHL) 7-4 Game 4 win over Utica on Wednesday.
Analysis: Darnell Nurse added a plus-three rating and an elbowing minor in the contest for good measure. It was his first game in the AHL this season after being reassigned from Sault Ste. Marie (OHL). The Oilers defense is in shambles and it would be a major surprise if Nurse didn't spend the majority of next season in the NHL.

5/9/2015

Brendan Mikkelson, D, TOR

Brendan Mikkelson

Mikkelson Leaves Leaves For Sweden

News: Brendan Mikkelson signed a contract with Lulela of the Swedish Hockey League on Friday.
Analysis: The 27-year-old spent the 2014-15 campaign with AHL Toronto, producing 23 points in 60 games. A former 31st overall pick in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft, Brendan Mikkelson has logged 131 career games at the NHL level, but none since 2012-13.

5/8/2015

Adam Erne, LW, TB

Adam Erne

Bolts' Erne Looking Good In QMJHL Playoffs

News: Adam Erne had a goal and two assists in Quebec's (QMJHL) Game 2 win over Rimouski on Friday.
Analysis: Quebec is already ensured a spot in the Memorial Cup (it is hosting the tournament), but that hasn't stopped the team from taking the first two games from the Oceanic in the quest to win the QMJHL championship. Adam Erne is leading the charge for the Remparts with 17 goals and 25 points in 17 playoff games. Erne had a terrific regular season (86 points in 60 games) and he should find himself playing in the AHL next year.

5/6/2015

John Persson, LW, NYI

John Persson

Isles' Persson Signs To Play In Sweden

News: John Persson has signed a two-year deal to play in Sweden, according to Newsday's Arthur Staple.
Analysis: Person did play 10 games with the Islanders but has mainly been an organizational depth player and will not be missed.

5/1/2015

Kristers Gudlevskis, G, TB

Kristers Gudlevskis

Bolts Recall Gudlevskis

News: Kristers Gudlevskis was recalled from AHL Syracuse on Friday, Erik Erlendsson of The Tampa Tribune reports.
Analysis: Kristers Gudlevskis was recalled solely to provide the Lightning with additional depth at goalie. It's highly unlikely he'll get any action in net during Tampa Bay's second round series against Montreal, as Andrei Vasilevskiy would almost certainly get the call if Ben Bishop suffers an injury or plays poorly.

4/30/2015

Ivan Barbashev, LW, STL

Ivan Barbashev

Blues' Prospect Barbashev To Join AHL Chicago

News: Ivan Barbashev, one of the Blues' top prospects, will join the AHL Chicago Wolves for the remainder of their season, after his junior team was eliminated from the playoffs.
Analysis: Ivan Barbashev had a big year with the Moncton Wildcats, scoring 45 goals, 95 points, and posting a plus-16 rating in 57 regular season games. He followed that up with 13 goals and 24 points in 16 playoff games. The Blues have a deep forward corps, but could be in for some changes after another first-round playoff loss. Barbashev should get the chance to compete for a spot on the club in training camp next season.

4/28/2015

Zachary Fucale, G, MON

Zachary Fucale

Habs' Fucale Looking Better In QMJHL Playoffs

News: Zachary Fucale stopped all 25 shots he faced in Quebec's (QMJHL) 7-0 win over Moncton on Tuesday.
Analysis: Zachary Fucale had a miserable regular season with a 3.21 GAA and .885 save percentage, but he has turned it around in the playoffs to the tune of an 11-2 record to go along with a 2.23 GAA and a .920 save percentage. His stock has definitely dipped since he was selected with a second-round-pick in the 2013 Entry Draft and with Carey Price firmly entrenched as Montreal's starting goaltender for the next decade or so, Fucale may end up as trade bait sooner rather than later.

4/28/2015

Adam Tambellini, C, NYR

Adam Tambellini

Rangers' Tambellini Leads WHL In Playoff Scoring

News: Adam Tambellini scored both Calgary (WHL) goals in the Hitmen's 2-1 Game 4 overtime win over Brandon on Tuesday.
Analysis: The series is now tied 2-2. After putting up 47 goals and 86 points in the regular season, Adam Tambellini now leads the WHL in playoff scoring with 11 goals and 24 points in 14 games. He signed his entry-level contract with the Rangers last month and figures to be playing in the AHL next season.

4/28/2015

Pascal Dupuis, LW, PIT

Pascal Dupuis

Pens' Dupuis Maintaining Positive Outlook

News: Pascal Dupuis said Sunday that he's "looking ahead" in his recovery from the blood clot in his lung that ended his season in November, Seth Rorabaugh of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. "It's been five months. It's behind me right now," Dupuis said. "Obviously I still have some more testing to do. I'm still on some blood thinners right now but I'm looking ahead right now."
Analysis: The blood clot clouds the future of the 36-year-old Pascal Dupuis, but it's at least encouraging to see him express a positive attitude about playing in 2015-16. The Penguins will wait and see how he progresses over the summer with his condition before determining if he'll be ready to go for training camp. Dupuis is under contract with the squad for two more seasons at a cap hit of $3.75 million.

4/26/2015

Shea Theodore, D, ANA

Shea Theodore

Theodore Recalled By Ducks

News: Shea Theodore was called up from AHL Norfolk on Sunday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
Analysis: Shea Theodore spent the majority of the 2014-15 season with the Seattle Thunderbirds of the WHL, appearing in 43 games and scoring 48 points. He also played nine games for AHL Norfolk where he posted 11 points. With the Ducks not dealing with any notable injuries on the blue line and unlikely to shake up their lineup in the second round, don't expect Theodore to log any minutes during the postseason.

4/23/2015

Brandon Halverson, G, NYR

Brandon Halverson

Rangers' Halverson Downs Erie In Game 1

News: Brandon Halverson stopped 39 of 42 shots in OHL Sault Ste. Marie's 6-3 Game 1 win over Erie on Thursday.
Analysis: Brandon Halverson allowed three goals to Connor McDavid, but managed to shut down the rest of the Otters. He's now a perfect 9-0-0 in the playoffs after posting a 40-5-2 record in the regular season, so the Rangers have to be absolutely thrilled with how their 2014 second-round-pick has developed.

4/23/2015

Hal Gill, D, PHI

Hal Gill

Ex-Flyer Gill Announces Retirement

News: Hal Gill announced his retirement from professional hockey Thursday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Analysis: Hal Gill played 16 NHL seasons with six different organizations; last stay was with the Flyers for six games in 2013-14. The 40-year-old was never much of a fantasy asset, with no more than 24 points in any season, but he received steady work due to his competent play on the back end.

9/9/2014

Spencer Abbott, RW, TOR

Spencer Abbott

Leafs Re-Sign Abbott

News: Spencer Abbott re-signed with the Leafs on Tuesday, the Globe and Mail reports.
Analysis: The one-year deal will keep Spencer Abbott with the organization, and there's a good chance he'll spend the season in the AHL. He enjoyed a stellar season for the Toronto Marlies last season, notching 17 goals and 52 assists in 64 games. He appeared in one contest for the Leafs but failed to record a point.

 
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