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7/28/2014

Jake Dowell, C, MIN

Jake Dowell

Canadiens Sign Dowell To AHL Deal

News: Jake Dowell signed a one-year deal with AHL Hamilton on Monday.
Analysis: Jake Dowell, 29, made one NHL appearance with the Wild last season, spending the bulk of his season with AHL Iowa. He registered 19 points and 56 PIM over 57 games with Iowa, and will function as organizational depth for the Canadiens.

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.

7/10/2014

Alexander Wennberg, C, CLB

Alexander Wennberg

Jackets' Wennberg To Get Look In Training Camp

News: Alexander Wennberg will get a chance to earn an NHL roster spot in training camp, the Columbus Dispatch reports.
Analysis: The new regime under GM Jarmo Kekalainen isn't afraid to give young players opportunities, as Boone Jenner and Ryan Murray proved, and Alexander Wennberg seems ready for North America after an impressive showing at the world juniors and a 16-goal campaign in the Swedish Hockey League. He's most likely ticketed for the AHL, but if last year's 14th overall pick wows in camp, don't be surprised if he starts the year in Columbus.

7/4/2014

T.J. Hensick, C, STL

T.J. Hensick

Hensick Signs With Habs

News: T.J. Hensick has signed a one-year American Hockey League contract with Montreal, the Hamilton Bulldogs' official site reports.
Analysis: T.J. Hensick, who has some NHL experience with Colorado and St. Louis, split the 2013-14 season between the AHL's Hartford Wolf Pack and the Swedish Hockey League's MODO.

7/3/2014

Paul Byron, C, CGY

Paul Byron

Flames Re-Sign Byron

News: Paul Byron signed a one-year contract with the Flames on Thursday.
Analysis: Paul Byron didn't receive a qualifying offer, but the Flames made sure he'll be back with the team. Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun reports that the contract is a one-way deal, which isn't particularly surprising after Byron tallied 21 points (seven goals) in 47 games last season despite logging just 14:27 of ice time per contest. Still only 25 years old, Byron may be an option for the Flames' third line.

7/1/2014

Alex Bolduc, C, STL

Alex Bolduc

Coyotes Ink Bolduc To Two-Way Pact

News: Alex Bolduc signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Coyotes on Tuesday, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.
Analysis: A veteran of 62 NHL games since being drafted by the Blues in 2003, Alex Bolduc spent all of last season at the AHL level, compiling 18 goals and 19 assists for Chicago. He's little more than an organizational depth option at center for the Coyotes.

7/1/2014

Joe Vitale, C, PIT

Joe Vitale

Coyotes Sign Vitale

News: The Coyotes signed Joe Vitale to a three-year, $3.35 million contract Tuesday, the Arizona Republic reports.
Analysis: Joe Vitale spent the last four seasons in Pittsburgh, where he mostly played a depth forward role. He picked up a goal and 13 assists in 53 games with the Penguins, and shouldn't be expected to contribute much more than that with the Coyotes.

7/1/2014

Marek Viedensky, C, SJ

Marek Viedensky

Viedensky Will Not Remain With Sharks

News: Marek Viedensky will be a free agent Tuesday after the Sharks did not give him a qualifying offer on Monday.
Analysis: Marek Viedensky has a lot of potential, but doesn't always show up. He looked good at times for AHL Worcester last season, when he scored six goals and 17 assists over 54 games, but didn't produce enough to leave a mark. It was the same story when he played for Team Slovakia at the IIHF World Championships, some flashes of that potential, but never enough to leave an impression. At only 24 and 6-foot-3, 210 pounds, he'll find a home elsewhere on a two-way contract.

6/30/2014

Phillip Danault, C, CHI

Phillip Danault

Hawks See Prospect Danault As Third-Liner

News: Phillip Danault is projected to be a third-liner in the NHL, with potential to rise to the second line, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Analysis: Phillip Danault was Chicago's first-round pick back in 2011, and has spent the last two seasons at AHL Rockford. Last season he played in 72 games -- the most of his amateur career -- and collected six goals and 20 helpers. The 21-year-old center has shown impressive scoring capability in the QMJHL, and could eventually be a mainstay in the Hawks' offensive attack.

6/19/2014

Saku Koivu, C, ANA

Saku Koivu

Ducks Won't Offer Koivu New Deal

News: Saku Koivu will not be offered a new contract by the Ducks, the Orange County Register's Eric Stephens reports.
Analysis: Saku Koivu signed a one-year, $2.5 million deal last offseason, and it appears the Ducks will not bring back the 39-year-old. He's spent the last five years in Anaheim and appeared in 65 games this season, netting 11 goals to go with 18 assists. It's unclear what Koivu's plans are going forward, but he'll likely look to sign another short-term deal with a contender.

6/16/2014

Michal Handzus, C, CHI

Michal Handzus

Center Handzus Unlikely To Re-Sign With Chicago

News: Michal Handzus has been informed by the Blackhawks that they will be "going in a different direction," TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.
Analysis: Michal Handzus has been with the Blackhawks since coming over via trade in the 2012-13 campaign, but it looks like this time is about to end. The 37-year-old has logged 185 career goals since his debut in the 1998-99 season, playing with six different NHL teams. It's unclear at this point whether Handzus is ready to hang up the skates, so he could test the free-agent waters and attempt to play a few more seasons.

6/7/2014

Toby Petersen, C, DAL

Toby Petersen

Petersen's Status For AHL Stars Uncertain

News: Toby Petersen's status is still unclear for the AHL Stars. He was injured blocking a shot in Game 4 of the Western Conference Championship against the Toronto Marlies.
Analysis: Toby Petersen was a part of a dynamic fourth line - centered by 2012 first-round draft pick Radek Faksa - that took the Marlies by surprise. The team has not officially disclosed the nature of Petersen's injury or a timetable for return.

6/7/2014

Radek Faksa, C, DAL

Radek Faksa

Faksa Gaining Experience In AHL Stars' Run

News: Radek Faksa was a plus-1 with three shots in the AHL Stars' 6-2 win over the Marlies in Game 7 on Tuesday.
Analysis: Radek Faksa, the 2012 first-round pick who just made the jump to pros in March, has largely found a role centering the fourth line for the AHL Stars. But at 20 years old, the organization has to view this as great experience for the promising young forward. He has four goals through 16 games this postseason.

 
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