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2:44 PM

Justin Falk, D, NYR

Justin Falk

Wild Sign Falk To One-Year Deal

News: Justin Falk signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Wild on Friday, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: The 25-year-old was a fourth-round pick of the Wild in 2007 and appeared in 108 regular season games for the franchise. He spent last season with the Rangers, registering two assists and 20 penalty minutes in 21 contests.

7/26/2014

Cory Sarich, D, COL

Cory Sarich

UFA Sarich (Broken Back) Should Make Full Recovery

News: Cory Sarich (broken back) "will most likely make a full recovery," according to a tweet from the defenseman. He suffered five broken vertebrae and severe road rash after being struck by a motor vehicle as he cycled in Invermere, B.C.
Analysis: He did not need surgery and isn't wearing a brace. Talk about lucky. He is an unrestricted free agent; this would be a horrible way for his career to end.

7/23/2014

Rasmus Rissanen, D, CAR

Rasmus Rissanen

Rissanen Signs With Hurricanes

News: Rasmus Rissanen has signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Hurricanes, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: The 23-year-old Rasmus Rissanen, who notched 10 points and 91 penalty minutes in 62 games with AHL Charlotte in 2013-14, is in line to reprise his role as an organizational depth blueliner for the Hurricanes.

7/21/2014

Nate Prosser, D, MIN

Nate Prosser

Blues Ink Prosser To Two-Way Deal

News: Nate Prosser (finger) signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Blues on Tuesday, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Analysis: The Wild elected not to extend a qualifying offer to Nate Prosser this summer after he totaled a meager eight points, 22 hits and 83 blocks over 53 regular-season contests. He'll compete for a depth role with the Blues.

7/19/2014

Michael Del Zotto, D, NSH

Michael Del Zotto

Free Agent Del Zotto Talking To Suitors

News: Michael Del Zotto remains a free agent past the mid-point of July, but he's not disappointed. "It's motivating," said the defender this week at a charity golf tournament. "This summer is the hardest I've ever worked."
Analysis: He says he's been talking to "a bunch" of teams, but he wouldn't reveal how many or which ones. "I'm just waiting for the right opportunity to prove myself again," he said, "and prove everybody who's doubted me wrong." He'll need top-four minutes and a job on the power play to be fantasy relevant again. There just aren't a lot of those gigs out there.

7/17/2014

Derrick Pouliot, D, PIT

Derrick Pouliot

Pens' Pouliot Progressing From Shoulder Surgery

News: Derrick Pouliot (shoulder) said he's been progressing as expected from May surgery to repair a torn labrum and remains hopeful he'll be back on the ice for training camp, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Analysis: The Penguins don't have a firm timetable for Derrick Pouliot's return, as he's only about eight weeks through a recovery process that typically last about four-to-six months. The 20-year-old has an impressive pedigree as the No. 8 overall selection in the 2012 NHL draft, so if Pouliot continues to progress well in his recovery and immediately proves effective in the minors once he returns to action, it's conceivable that he could see time with the Penguins this season.

7/9/2014

Mac Bennett, D, MON

Mac Bennett

Montreal's Bennett Ticketed For Hamilton

News: Mac Bennett, who is participating in Montreal's development camp, is expected to play for Hamilton of the American Hockey League this season, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Analysis: Mac Bennett is a 2009 draft pick who decided to play a full four-year collegiate career at the University of Michigan. The four years gave Bennett time to add strength and weight to his frame.

7/7/2014

Maxim Noreau, D, NJ

Maxim Noreau

Avs Sign Noreau To Two-Year Contract

News: Maxim Noreau signed a two-year, $1.25 million contract with the Avalanche on Monday, Adrian Dater of the Denver Post reports.
Analysis: The contract is a one-way deal, giving Maxim Noreau a great chance at breaking training camp with the big club after spending the last three seasons in Switzerland. The 27-year-old showed decent ability as a scorer during his time overseas, but may struggle to remain productive with the increased speed of the NHL.

7/5/2014

Slater Koekkoek, D, TB

Slater Koekkoek

Koekkoek: No-Contact At Bolts' Prospect Camp

News: Slater Koekkoek (shoulder) is at Tampa Bay's development camp this week, but is under no-contact status to protect his surgically repaired shoulders, reports the Tampa Bay Times.
Analysis: His development is behind after having three season-ending shoulder surgeries over the last three years. But Bolts director of player development Stacy Roest described him "as the best defenseman in the OHL" when he was playing last season. It's likely he'll be at Syracuse of the AHL next season, but he'll be a stalwart on the Bolts' blue line for a decade -- or more -- once he arrives in the NHL.

7/3/2014

Theo Peckham, D, CHI

Theo Peckham

Peckham Not Offered Contract By Hawks

News: Theo Peckham, a restricted free agent, was not offered a contract by the Blackhawks prior to Tuesday's deadline and is now an unrestricted free agent, ESPN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Theo Peckham spent his entire 2013-14 season with Chicago's AHL affiliate in Rockford, racking up 100 penalty minutes in 45 games, but just six points (all assists).

7/2/2014

Blake Parlett, D, CLB

Blake Parlett

Panthers Sign Parlett

News: Blake Parlett has signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Panthers, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Blake Parlett, who spent time with the AHL affiliates of both Columbus and Boston last season, recording 23 points in 62 games in the process, slots in as a depth blueliner for the Panthers' organization.

7/1/2014

Dylan Reese, D, PIT

Dylan Reese

Coyotes Sign Reese

News: The Coyotes signed Dylan Reese to a two-year, two-way contract Tuesday, the Arizona Republic reports.
Analysis: Dylan Reese spent last season in the KHL, where he picked up two goals and five assists in 45 games. He'll provide some depth along the blue line for the Coyotes next year, and could spend the entire season in the minors.

7/1/2014

Ryan Button, D, DAL

Ryan Button

Button Not Returning To Dallas

News: Ryan Button has not received a qualifying offer from the Stars and will thus become a free agent on Tuesday.
Analysis: Ryan Button came to Dallas in the Tyler Seguin trade, but failed to work his way onto the NHL roster with a crowded, talented blue line developing in Dallas. He had just three points (all goals) in 26 games for AHL Texas last year, though he did produce 23 points in 33 games for Idaho of the ECHL.

6/30/2014

Adam Comrie, D, SJ

Adam Comrie

Sharks Don't Offer Comrie Extension

News: Adam Comrie was not given a contract extension by the Sharks on Monday and will become a free agent on Tuesday.
Analysis: Adam Comrie had three goals and 16 assists through 56 games with the AHL Sharks and has yet to make his NHL Debut.

6/30/2014

Ed Jovanovski, D, FLA

Ed Jovanovski

Panthers Buy Out Jovanovski

News: Ed Jovanovski has cleared waivers and will be bought out by the Panthers, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
Analysis: Ed Jovanovski has played in just 43 total games over the past two seasons, collecting a total of six points during that span. The 38-year-old will become an unrestricted free agent, but could very well elect retirement.

6/30/2014

Jamie McBain, D, BUF

Jamie McBain

Sabres Do Not Qualify Defenseman McBain

News: The Sabres did not make a qualifying offer to Jamie McBain on Monday, reports John Vogl of The Buffalo News.
Analysis: Without a qualifying offer, Jamie McBain becomes an unrestricted free agent. Acquired from Carolina in exchange for Andrej Sekera, McBain scored 17 points in 69 games for the Sabres. Offensively, McBain was able to give the Sabres' power play some punch but, ultimately, his overall play wasn't good enough to be part of the team's plans for the future. The Sabres have a plethora of young prospects coming up the system, and this move opens up yet another regular spot for Rasmus Ristolainen, Nikita Zadorov, Chad Ruhwedel or Jake McCabe. At 26 years old, McBain still posseses some potential and his offensive ability and right-hand shot will be in demand come July 1 when free agency begins.

6/30/2014

Tyler Cuma, D, MIN

Tyler Cuma

Cuma Let Go By Minnesota

News: Minnesota will not tender a qualifying offer to Tyler Cuma, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Analysis: The 2008 first-round draft pick has struggled in his career so far with injuries and played just one game for the Wild. He had just eight points in 55 games last year for AHL Iowa.

6/17/2014

Aaron Rome, D, DAL

Aaron Rome

Stars' Rome Bought Out, Clears Waivers

News: Aaron Rome had the final year of his contract bought out by the Stars on Tuesday, 102.5 The Game in Nashville reports.
Analysis: Aaron Rome had one year remaining on his three-year, $4.5 million deal, which the Stars shed by using the compliance buyout. With Dallas buying out the final year, Rome cleared waivers and will become a free agent. The 30-year-old recorded one assist in 25 games for the Stars this season.

6/7/2014

Derek Meech, D, WPG

Derek Meech

Meech Assists In AHL Stars' Comeback

News: Derek Meech had an assist and a plus-1 rating as the AHL Stars rallied from a 2-0 deficit to win 6-2 in Game 7 against Toronto on Tuesday, advancing to the Calder Cup finals.
Analysis: The 30-year-old depth defenseman has had an significant impact for Texas since returning to the NHL system from the KHL in January. He has three goals and eight assists through 16 postseason games this year.

6/6/2014

Raphael Diaz, D, NYR

Raphael Diaz

Rangers' Diaz Likely Out For Game 2

News: Raphael Diaz will likely sit out Saturday's Game 2 against the Kings, the Bergen Record reports.
Analysis: With John Moore returning from his two-game suspension, Raphael Diaz is expected to watch Game 2 from the press box. Diaz has suited up for four games in the playoffs, but failed to record a point over that span.

6/2/2014

Andrew Alberts, D, VAN

Andrew Alberts

Career May Be In Jeopardy For Canucks' Alberts

News: Andrew Alberts continues to experience daily headaches after suffering a concussion in a game against the Flames five months ago, Iain MacIntrye of the Vancouver Sun reports.
Analysis: Though Andrew Alberts was able to skate with the team for their last practice of the season, it was mostly just a good faith gesture on the Canucks' part for the soon-to-be free agent. Alberts will turn 33 this summer, and considering the lack of impact he made even when healthy, the defenseman is sure to receive little interest from teams while he remains dogged by the concussion. His NHL career could very well be over.

6/1/2014

Sheldon Brookbank, D, CHI

Sheldon Brookbank

Blackhawks' Brookbank A Scratch For Game 7

News: Sheldon Brookbank is a healthy scratch for Sunday's Game 7 against the Kings, WGN Radio reports.
Analysis: Sheldon Brookbank skated in Game 6 for the first time in the series, logging just over five minutes of ice time. It was speculated that he could be in the lineup for Game 7 after Kris Versteeg's disappointing Game 6 performance, but it appears coach Joel Quinneville has opted to stick with Versteeg.

 
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