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9/20/2014

Alexander Wennberg, C, CLB

Alexander Wennberg

Jackets' Wennberg Already Impressing

News: Blue Jackets coach Todd Richards was very impressed with his initial look at Alexander Wennberg during the first day of training camp, the Columbus Dispatch reports. "To me, he was at a level above a lot of guys that were (at the Traverse City prospect tournament), which says a lot, because there is some good talent up there," Richards said Friday. "You watch him out here and he fits right in. It's the first day (with) lots of energy, lots of excitement. But he comes across as a ‘headsy' player."
Analysis: Ryan Johansen's contract dispute could open up a spot at center in Columbus on one of the top three lines if it extends into the regular season, and the Jackets would love to see Alexander Wennberg step up and seize it. There's a lot of camp left yet, and the club has plenty of depth with NHL experience to compete with their prospects, but last year's 14th overall pick has the talent, hockey IQ and drive to force the Jackets' hand.

9/17/2014

Victor Rask, C, CAR

Victor Rask

Canes' Rookie Rask Invited To Training Camp

News: Victor Rask has been invited to the Hurricanes' training camp after impressing the coaching staff at the annual Traverse City prospects tournament, the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Analysis: The 21-year-old Victor Rask will now compete for a roster spot after finishing the tournament with eight points in four games. "[Rask] played well all four games," GM Ron Francis said. "He has very good hockey sense and was good at both ends of the rink, and on special teams. He was consistent, every shift, every game." Bottom line, despite his strong showing thus far, Rask will face some stiff competition in his attempt to crack the Canes' roster. It will be interesting to see how he fares in camp against seasoned NHL veterans. Monitor closely.

9/14/2014

Hunter Shinkaruk, C, VAN

Hunter Shinkaruk

Canucks' Shinkaruk Strikes In Penticton

News: Hunter Shinkaruk scored twice in Sunday's 5-4 OT loss to the Jets in the Young Stars Classic tournament.
Analysis: Hunter Shinkaruk was credited with a game-high eight shots on goal, and now has three points (two goals, one assist) in two tournament games. The 19-year-old tallied his second goal of the game with just 39 seconds remaining in regulation, tying the game at four and sending it to overtime. Shinkaruk will need to keep up this level of play if he hopes to make the Canucks' roster out of training camp.

9/10/2014

Saku Koivu, C, ANA

Saku Koivu

Free Agent Koivu Announces Retirement

News: Saku Koivu announced his retirement from the NHL on Wednesday, Sportsnet.ca reports.
Analysis: Saku Koivu, 39, became a free agent this summer after the Ducks declined to tender him an offer, and chose to hang up his skates after generating little interest on the open market. The veteran two-way center will be best remembered for his tenure in Montreal, where he captained the Habs for 10 seasons. He'll end his 18-year career with 832 points in 1,124 games, making him one of the more accomplished Finnish forwards to ever skate in the NHL.

8/28/2014

Ryan White, C, MON

Ryan White

Flyers' White Undergoes Surgery On Chest Muscle

News: Ryan White underwent surgery Wednesday to repair his left pectoral muscle.
Analysis: The Flyers haven't provided a timetable for a return for Ryan White, who signed with the organization on a one-year, two-way contract on Aug. 7. White, 26, totaled six points and 50 PIM in 52 games with the Canadiens last season. He was slated to compete for a fourth-line role with the Flyers in training camp, but those hopes could be dashed as a result of the procedure.

8/16/2014

Alex Burmistrov, C, WPG

Alex Burmistrov

Burmistrov Likely To Return To Jets In 2015-16

News: Alex Burmistrov, who is playing in the KHL but remains under Jets' control, will "almost certainly return to (the) NHL," according to Igor Eronko of Sports.ru.
Analysis: The young forward said "next summer will be defining" when he talked about returning to the NHL. He seemed to have issues with former Jets coach, Claude Noel, before he left for the KHL, but Noel is long gone, replaced by Paul Maurice. Alex Burmistrov had 10 goals and 37 points with Ak-Bars of the KHL in 2013-14.

8/5/2014

Tom Pyatt, C, TB

Tom Pyatt

Ex-Bolt Pyatt Joins Swiss Club

News: Tom Pyatt signed a one-year contract with Geneve-Servette of the Swiss League on Monday.
Analysis: In leaving North America for Switzerland, Tom Pyatt will join brother and former Pittsburgh Penguin forward Taylor. Tom, the younger of the two brothers, was sidelined for 33 games last season with the Lightning due to a broken collarbone. He would provide only meager scoring production (three goals, four assists) while playing in 27 games, resulting in limited interest from NHL suitors during the offseason.

7/21/2014

Vladimir Sobotka, C, STL

Vladimir Sobotka

Blues' Sobotka Awarded One-Year Deal By Blues

News: Vladimir Sobotka was awarded a one-year deal with the Blues on Monday, which will take effect if he returns from the KHL, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports.
Analysis: Vladimir Sobotka signed a three-year deal with the KHL's Avangard Omsk in early July, so this deal merely means that the Blues will retain his rights if and when he decides to return to the NHL. The team used club-elected arbitration to get the deal done, so Sobotka will be a Blue when he returns unless they trade his rights. According to Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, he'll receive a $2.725 million salary in the season he makes his return. The 27-year-old center had nine goals and 24 helpers over 61 games with the Blues in 2013-14.

 
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