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7/23/2015

Cody Franson, D, NSH

Cody Franson

Franson Draws Free Agent Interest

News: Though Cody Franson remains unsigned, the blueliner indicated Tuesday that he's in contact with a number of teams, sportsnet.ca reports. "There's probably five or six teams we're talking to. There are some very interested ones, but some teams are in cap situations and all the rest that comes with it," Franson noted Tuesday. "Everything is just kind of slowly rolling."
Analysis: Cody Franson, who is coming off three consecutive one-year deals, is hoping to ink a long-tern contract this time around, though apparently there is nothing imminent on that front. The 27-year-old notched seven goals and 36 points over 78 games between Toronto and Nashville this past season and at this juncture, the 6-foot-5 blueliner remains one of the top talents remaining in free agency.

7/18/2015

Mat Bodie, D, NYR

Mat Bodie

Bodie Re-Signs With Rangers

News: Mat Bodie agreed to terms with the Rangers on Friday.
Analysis: Mat Bodie was excellent in his first AHL season in 2014-15, racking up 32 points (five goals, 27 assists) in 75 games with AHL Hartford. He will likely once again spend the majority of the 2015-16 season continuing to develop in the AHL. Don't be surprised, however, if the 25-year-old defender makes his NHL debut this season.

7/16/2015

Vincent LoVerde, D, LA

Vincent LoVerde

LoVerde Signs Two-Year Deal With Kings

News: Vincent LoVerde signed a two-year contract with the Kings on Thursday.
Analysis: Loverde put up solid numbers for a defenseman last season in Manchester with nine goals, 11 assists, and 63 penalty minutes in 63 games, but he's old for a prospect at 26 and could just be signed for AHL depth at this point.

7/16/2015

Jerome Leduc, D, BUF

Jerome Leduc

Leduc Signs Qualifying Offer With Sabres

News: Jerome Leduc signed a qualifying offer with the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday.
Analysis: Jerome Leduc scored six goals and 19 assists in 76 games with Rochester in the AHL last season and posted a -11 +/-. That was his third season in the AHL, so we'll see if he's able to break into the NHL soon.

7/16/2015

Yann Sauve, D, VAN

Yann Sauve

Sauve Inks AHL Only Deal With Portland Pirates

News: Yann Sauve signed a one-year AHL only contract with the Portland Pirates on Thursday.
Analysis: The 25-year-old will provide AHL Portland with some veteran experience in 2015-16. He tallied a total of four points (one goal, three assists) in 25 AHL contests last season.

7/14/2015

Kevin Czuczman, D, NYI

Kevin Czuczman

Czuczman Accepts Qualifying Offer From Islanders

News: Kevin Czuczman has accepted his qualifying offer from the Islanders, reports Arthur Staple of Newsday.
Analysis: Kevin Czuczman is ticketed to begin the season with Bridgeport of the AHL and would need quite a few injuries on the Islanders blue line in order to see playing time with the big club.

7/9/2015

Bruno Gervais, D, COL

Bruno Gervais

Ex-Av Gervais Signs With German Team

News: Bruno Gervais signed a contract Monday with Eisbaren Berlin of the German Elite League.
Analysis: A veteran of 418 career NHL games, Bruno Gervais has spent the last two seasons exclusively in the minors with AHL Adirondack and AHL Lake Erie. With the 30-year-old unlikely to earn an NHL roster spot in 2015-16, he elected to head to Europe for what likely amounts to a better financial opportunity.

7/3/2015

Slava Voynov, D, LA

Slava Voynov

Kings' Voynov To Spend Three Months In Jail

News: Slava Voynov (Achilles) accepted a plea deal Thursday for his domestic assault charges and will spend 90 days in jail and face three years of probation, ESPN.com's Katie Strang reports.
Analysis: Slava Voynov was arrested on charges of domestic violence back in October and suspended indefinitely by the league. The defenseman has yet to be reinstated by the NHL, which will conduct its own investigation before making a ruling on his eligibility. Further complicating matters is that the Kings have instituted their own suspension on Voynov for suffering a torn Achilles tendon in a non-hockey related activity this past spring. His future with the Kings and in the NHL remains up in the air, and it's uncertain when a resolution might be reached.

7/3/2015

Will O'Neill, D, WPG

Will O'Neill

O'Neill Signs With Penguins

News: Will O'Neill signed a two-way contract with the Penguins for the 2015-16 season.
Analysis: Will O'Neill spent last season with AHL St. John's in the Jets organization, where he compiled 48 points after 72 outings. Without any NHL appearances to his credit throughout his career thus far, he'll likely spend the majority of the upcoming season in the AHL yet again.

7/2/2015

Jani Hakanpaa, D, STL

Jani Hakanpaa

Blues Prospect Hakanpaa Leaves For Finland

News: Jani Hakanpaa has elected to sign a two-year contract with Karpat of the Finnish Elite League rather than remain in North America, Andrew Allsman of KMOV.com reports.
Analysis: Jani Hakanpaa appeared to fall down the Blues' defensive depth chart at AHL Chicago last season after recording just eight points in 64 games. The 23-year-old was tendered a qualifying offer, but he evidently decided a better opportunity for him existed overseas. He'll return to his native country for the next two seasons, but the Blues will retain his rights.

7/2/2015

Kevin Gravel, D, LA

Kevin Gravel

Kings Sign D-Man Gravel To Two-Year Deal

News: Kevin Gravel signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Kings on Wednesday.
Analysis: At 6-foot-4 and 204 pounds, Kevin Gravel offers good size on defense, but he's a long way off making any sort of impact with the Kings. He recorded six goals and 15 points in 58 games last season.

7/2/2015

Joel Hanley, D, ARI

Joel Hanley

Canadiens Ink Hanley For AHL Depth

News: Joel Hanley signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Canadiens on Wednesday.
Analysis: The 24-year-old saw action with the Coyotes' AHL affiliate in Portland last season, recording 17 points in 63 games. Joel Hanley is probably staring at another season at the AHL level, this time with Hamilton.

7/1/2015

Sena Acolatse, D, CGY

Sena Acolatse

Panthers Sign Acolatse To Two-Way Deal

News: Sena Acolatse signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Panthers on Wednesday, Harvey Fialkov of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Analysis: Sena Acolatse wasn't tendered a qualifying offer by the Flames earlier this week after he recorded 19 points in 38 games with AHL Adirondack last season. The 24-year-old will serve as a minor-league depth body for the Panthers.

7/1/2015

Brent Regner, D, STL

Brent Regner

Panthers Bring Regner Aboard On Two-Way Deal

News: Brent Regner signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Panthers on Wednesday.
Analysis: Brent Regner skated with AHL Chicago in the Blues' organization last season, registered six goals and 23 assists across 71 games. The 26-year-old has yet to make his NHL debut and isn't much of a prospect at this point.

6/30/2015

Patrick Wey, D, WAS

Patrick Wey

Caps Prospect Wey To Retire

News: Patrick Wey has elected to retire after suffering two successive concussions with AHL Hershey last season.
Analysis: Patrick Wey's two-year, entry-level contract with the Capitals was set to expire July 1, and though he likely could have earned another contract with some organization, he decided to put his health at the forefront. The 24-year-old, who was drafted in the fourth round by the Capitals in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, previously appeared in nine games for the parent club in 2013-14.

6/30/2015

Jesse Blacker, D, FLA

Jesse Blacker

Panthers Part Ways With Blacker

News: Jesse Blacker wasn't tendered a qualifying offer by the Panthers on Monday and will become an unrestricted free agent, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
Analysis: Acquired from the Ducks in December, Jesse Blacker spent all of his time in the Panthers organization with AHL San Antonio, where he recorded 18 points across 40 games. The 24-year-old possesses some pedigree as a former second-round selection in 2009, so he'll still likely draw interest in free agency from a number of clubs.

6/30/2015

Chris Pronger, D, PHI

Chris Pronger

Flyers Deal Pronger's Contract To Coyotes

News: Chris Pronger was dealt to the Coyotes over the weekend along with defenseman Niklas Grossmann in exchange for forward Sam Gagner, a conditional fourth-round draft pick in 2016 or a third-round pick in 2017, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.
Analysis: Chris Pronger's playing career came to an end during the 2011-12 season due to post-concussion issues and an eye injury, but he still has two years remaining on the seven-year, $34.5 million contract he inked with the Flyers in the summer of 2009. His contract will cost the Coyotes $575,000 over both of the next two seasons and carries a cap hit of just under $5 million annually, which will help Arizona in their attempt to meet the league's salary-cap minimum. The 40-year-old Pronger, who was hired by the NHL's Department of Player Safety last season, is eligible to be voted into the Hockey Hall of Fame this week.

6/29/2015

Keaton Ellerby, D, WPG

Keaton Ellerby

Jets Let Ellerby Go

News: Keaton Ellerby wasn't extended a qualifying offer by the Jets on Monday and will become an unrestricted free agent, Tim Campbell of the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Analysis: Keaton Ellerby recorded 16 points in 41 games for AHL St. John's last season, but otherwise spent much of his time in the press box during his stint with the Jets. The 10th overall draft pick in 2007, Ellerby looks to be little more than an organizational-depth option on the blue line at this juncture.

6/29/2015

Konrad Abeltshauser, D, SJ

Konrad Abeltshauser

Sharks Trade Abeltshauser To Blues

News: Konrad Abeltshauser was traded to the Blues on Monday in exchange for a conditional 2016 seventh-round draft pick, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Analysis: A sixth-round pick by the Sharks in 2010, Konrad Abeltshauser hadn't really panned out as the team had hoped during his two seasons as a pro. He tallied three goals and 19 points in 50 games with AHL Worcester in 2014-15, but also was demoted to the ECHL for six games. The Blues are deep in blue-line talent at both the NHL and AHL level, so it's hard to imagine a scenario where Abeltshauser makes much of an impact with the parent club next season.

6/29/2015

Keith Aulie, D, EDM

Keith Aulie

Oilers, Aulie Part Ways

News: Keith Aulie wasn't extended a qualifying offer Monday by the Oilers and will become an unrestricted free agent, Jason Gregor of the Edmonton Journal reports.
Analysis: After signing with the Oilers last summer, Keith Aulie ended up only appearing in 31 games, as the coaching staff typically opted to make him a healthy scratch. The fact that Aulie struggled to see the ice on one of the league's poorest defensive units doesn't bode well for his chances of earning a meaningful role with any other team.

6/28/2015

Mark Fistric, D, ANA

Mark Fistric

Ducks' Fistric Placed on Waivers

News: The Ducks placed Mark Fistric on waivers Sunday for the purpose of his release, James Mirtle of The Globe and Mail reports.
Analysis: Mark Fistric appeared in just nine games for Anaheim this season, but had little chance of cracking the team's top-six ranks during the 2015-16 campaign. The Ducks will buy out the final two years on his three-year contract, allowing him to become a free agent once he goes unclaimed off waivers.

6/26/2015

Colin Miller, D, LA

Colin Miller

Miller Traded To Bruins

News: The Kings sent Colin Miller to the Bruins, along with goalie Martin Jones and the 13th overall pick in Friday's NHL Draft, for Milan Lucic, the Boston Herald reports.
Analysis: The 22-year-old Colin Miller, who recorded a 19-33-52 stat line in 70 games for AHL Manchester this past season, bolsters the B's blue line depth in the wake of the team's trade of Dougie Hamilton earlier Friday.

6/26/2015

Adam McQuaid, D, BOS

Adam McQuaid

Bruins Keep McQuaid

News: The Bruins have signed Adam McQuaid to a four-year, $11 million contract, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Adam McQuaid, who recorded one goal and seven points in 63 games this season to go along with 85 PIM, is off the radar in most fantasy formats, but his size, rugged play and sound positional hockey are assets to the Bruins' blue line when he is healthy. While retaining McQuaid is a solid move by the B's, it comes on the same day that the team dealt promising young defender Dougie Hamilton to the Flames, a trade that leaves the team's blue line corps with a major void heading into the upcoming NHL Draft.

6/24/2015

Lubomir Visnovsky, D, NYI

Lubomir Visnovsky

Isles Won't Bring Back Visnovsky

News: Islanders GM Garth Snow said he "doesn't anticipate" Lubomir Visnovsky will be re-signed before he becomes an unrestricted free agent July 1, ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun reports.
Analysis: Lubomir Visnovsky will be 39 years old in August and has suffered from a litany of injuries the last few seasons, leaving the Islanders inclined to give one of their younger blueliners a shake on the bottom pairing. Though he's not believed to be asking for more than a one-year deal, Visnovsky's price point was likely still far higher than the Islanders were willing to pay. Given his age and health concerns, don't expect Visnovsky to generate an overwhelming amount of interest from other teams.

 
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