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8/27/2015

Scott Gomez, C, NJ

Scott Gomez

Gomez Signs PTO With Blues

News: Scott Gomez accepted a professional tryout offer with the Blues on Thursday, Andy Strickland of FOX Sports Midwest reports.
Analysis: After failing to garner a contract in free agency for the second straight offseason, Scott Gomez will again head to training camp on a PTO, as he did last season in New Jersey. Though he wasn't able to crack the Devils' Opening Night roster, he continued to work out with the team after the tryout period ended and was eventually signed to the team when injuries opened up an opportunity in late November. Gomez would end the season as one of the more productive contributors on the offensively challenged Devils, finishing third on the team with 34 points. The Blues boast a far deeper roster of forward talent, but with the news surfacing after Gomez's signing that Patrik Berglund would miss at least four months following shoulder surgery, an opening on the third line could exist for the 35-year-old.

8/27/2015

Mike Richards, C, LA

Mike Richards

Charges Announced For Ex-King Richards

News: Mike Richards was formally charged with possession of a controlled substance while entering Canada stemming from a June 17 border stop by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Manitoba, Greg Wyshynski of Yahoo! Sports reports.
Analysis: The Kings determined the incident gave them just cause to release Mike Richards for a "material breach" of his 12-year contract, a decision that prompted the NHL Players Association to file a grievance. The nature of the border stop likely won't affect the outcome of that legal battle, as both the NHLPA and the Kings were aware of the circumstances surrounding the incident. Currently a free agent, Richards is able to sign with any team while the grievance remains underway, but his steep decline in performance over the last few seasons coupled with this ongoing dispute probably has few organizations interested in his services.

8/17/2015

Daniel Briere, C, COL

Daniel Briere

Briere Announces Retirement

News: Daniel Briere announced his retirement on Monday, Stephen Whyno of The Canadian Press reports.
Analysis: The former first-round pick played 17 seasons in the NHL with five different teams. The announcement doesn't come as a huge surprise, as the 37-year-old's production has declined immensely over the past three seasons. Daniel Briere had his best statistical NHL season in 2006-07 with the Sabres, racking up 95 points (32 goals, 63 assists) in 81 games. Briere's knack for producing in the playoffs was arguably his most commendable trait as a player throughout his career. He racked up an astounding 116 points (53 goals, 63 assists) in 124 career playoff contests.

7/29/2015

David Steckel, C, ANA

David Steckel

Ex-Duck Steckel Inks Deal With German Club

News: David Steckel signed a contract Wednesday with the Nurnberg Ice Tigers of the German Elite League.
Analysis: The 33-year-old served as a depth forward for the Ducks at AHL Norfolk last season, producing seven goals and 23 points in 76 games. David Steckel is a veteran of 425 games, but considering his age and his impending move to Europe, we may have seen the last of him in North America.

7/21/2015

Gilbert Brule, C, ARI

Gilbert Brule

Ex-Coyote Brule Signs With KHL Team

News: Gilbert Brule signed a contract Monday with the KHL's Medvescak Zagreb, Murray Pam of The Hockey News reports.
Analysis: Gilbert Brule will do another tour in the KHL after recording 15 points in 44 games for Yekaterinburg Automobilist in 2014-15. The 28-year-old, who was the No. 6 overall pick by the Blue Jackets in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft, last appeared in the NHL in 2013-14, skating in three games with the Coyotes.

7/21/2015

Max Domi, C, ARI

Max Domi

Domi Expected To Make Coyotes

News: GM Don Maloney said that he expects Max Domi to make the Coyotes' season-opening roster, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.
Analysis: Max Domi is the Coyotes' top prospect and a huge offensive talent -- he scored 32 goals and 102 points in 57 games for OHL London last year. The 'Yotes have brought him along slowly, but with a rebuild in full swing in the desert, the team now appears ready to see what he can do at the NHL level. He should be among the top rookies in the coming season.

7/16/2015

Andrew Crescenzi, C, TOR

Andrew Crescenzi

Crescenzi Inks One-Year Deal With Kings

News: Andrew Crescenzi signed a one-year contract with the Kings on Thursday.
Analysis: Andrew Crescenzi registered 15 points (seven goals, eight assists) in 54 games with AHL Manchester last season. He will provide the Kings with organizational depth at forward in 2015-16, and will once again like spend the majority of the season in the AHL.

7/16/2015

Jordan Weal, C, LA

Jordan Weal

Weal Inks One-Year Deal With Kings

News: Jordan Weal signed a one-year contract with the Kings on Thursday.
Analysis: Jordan Weal was fantastic with AHL Manchester last season, racking up 69 points (20 goals, 49 assists) in 73 games with the team. He has a ton of offensive upside, and will compete for a roster spot with the Kings in training camp.

7/16/2015

Nic Dowd, C, LA

Nic Dowd

Dowd Signs One-Year Contract With Kings

News: Nic Dowd signed a one-year contract with the Kings on Thursday.
Analysis: Nic Dowd scored nine goals and 32 assists over 75 games in the AHL last season with the Manchester Monarchs. The former seventh-round pick will likely spend another season in the AHL, where he could be poised for a breakout year.

7/13/2015

John Quenneville, C, NJ

John Quenneville

Quenneville Inks Three-Year Deal With Devils

News: John Quenneville signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Devils on Monday.
Analysis: John Quenneville played in 57 games with the Brandon Wheat Kings of the WHL in 2014-15, racking up 17 goals and 30 assists for a total of 47 points over that span. He's only 19 years old, and could probably use a full season in the AHL before making the jump to the big club. It isn't clear if Quenneville will get the opportunity to make his NHL debut in 2015-16, but even if he does, expect him to spend the vast majority of the season with AHL Albany.

7/8/2015

Philippe Paradis, C, TB

Philippe Paradis

Bolts Re-Sign AHL Forward Paradis

News: Philippe Paradis re-signed Wednesday with the Lightning on a one-year, two-way contract, NHL.com's Bryan Burns reports.
Analysis: For a fourth consecutive season, it looks as though Philippe Paradis will head back to AHL Syracuse, where he recorded a personal-best eight goals to go along with 15 points and 49 PIM in 34 games in 2014-15. The Bolts are perhaps deeper at forward than any team in the league, so it may take a slew of injuries before Paradis makes his NHL debut.

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

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.

7/1/2015

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.

6/30/2015

Stephen Weiss, C, DET

Stephen Weiss

Red Wings Buy Out Weiss

News: The Red Wings bought out the remaining three years on Stephen Weiss' contract Tuesday, MLive.com's Ansar Khan reports.
Analysis: The Red Wings will owe $16 million to Stephen Weiss, who was appeared in just 78 games during his two seasons with the team as a result of injury. He showed that he still had some offensive ability in his repertoire in the instances he was healthy last season (nine goals, 25 points in 52 games), but at 32 years old, it's doubtful that he'll reemerge as a 50-point scorer in the remaining years of his career. Weiss will become an unrestricted free agent and isn't likely to command a hefty salary figure on the open market.

6/30/2015

Alex Broadhurst, C, CHI

Alex Broadhurst

Blue Jackets Pick Up Broadhurst In Saad Trade

News: Alex Broadhurst was acquired Tuesday by the Blue Jackets in the deal that also sent forward Brandon Saad and defenseman Michael Paliotta to Columbus. In return, the Blackhawks will receive forwards Artem Anisimov, Marko Dano, Jeremy Morin, and Corey Tropp, along with a 2016 fourth-round draft choice.
Analysis: Saad is the headliner of the deal, but the additions of Alex Broadhurst and Paliotta should help bolster the depth of the Blue Jackets' prospect pool. The 22-year-old Broadhurst tallied six goals and 14 points in 29 games for AHL Rockford last season, and will presumably open the 2015-16 campaign at the Jackets' minor-league affiliate in Columbus. The 5-foot-10 winger is probably still a year or two away from potentially making an impact with the parent club.

6/29/2015

Brandon McMillan, C, VAN

Brandon McMillan

Canucks, McMillan Part Ways

News: Brandon McMillan wasn't tendered a qualifying offer by the Canucks on Monday and will become a free agent, Brad Ziemer of the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: Brandon McMillan played in eight games last season for the Canucks, notching one point. He'll likely try to earn a fourth-line role with another club this coming season.

 
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