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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.

7/10/2014

Vladimir Sobotka, C, STL

Vladimir Sobotka

Blues' Sobotka Leaves NHL For KHL

News: Vladimir Sobotka agreed to a three-year, $12 million contract with the KHL's Avangard Omsk on Thursday, Roman Jedlicka of the TV Nova Sport reports.
Analysis: The Blues' re-signing of Steve Ott to a fairly sizable contract earlier in the day signaled that the team likely wouldn't have room to keep all of its forwards in tow, and it looks like Vladimir Sobotka will be the first domino to fall. Money was likely the motivating factor in Sobotka opting to leave the NHL, while heading to Russia also allows him to be closer to his home country, the Czech Republic. Sobotka, who netted nine goals and 24 assists in 61 games last season, will be allowed to opt out of his contract with Omsk at the end of any of the three years, with the Blues retaining his rights if he decides to head back to the NHL.

7/10/2014

Nick Johnson, RW, PIT

Nick Johnson

Ex-Bruin Johnson Heads To Sweden

News: Nick Johnson signed with the Vaxjo Lakers of the Swedish Hockey League on Thursday.
Analysis: Nick Johnson spent most of the past season at AHL Providence, where he compiled 18 goals and 24 assists over 51 games. The 28-year-old has struggled to find a permanent place in the NHL despite 113 career games at the level, so he opted for the stability of Sweden rather than another year slumming it in the minors.

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.

7/7/2014

Malcolm Subban, G, BOS

Malcolm Subban

Opportunity Knocks For Bruins' Subban

News: Malcolm Subban is slated to participate in the Bruins' annual summer development camp, which runs from Wednesday through Sunday, the Providence Journal reports.
Analysis: With Chad Johnson having signed with the Islanders, Niklas Svedberg would appear to have the edge in claiming the job as Tuukka Rask's top backup in 2014-15. In such a scenario, Malcolm Subban would have a chance to see plenty of action this coming season as AHL Providence's top netminder. In his first campaign as a pro, Subban put together a 15-10-5 record, 2.31 GAA and .920 save percentage in 33 games for Providence while working in tandem with Svedberg, who appeared in 45 AHL contests. With Rask in his prime, the Bruins have no reason to rush the 20-year-old Subban to the NHL, but the 2012 first-rounder remains a top prospect and thus maintains value in keeper formats.

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.

7/4/2014

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.

7/3/2014

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

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

Andrew Campbell, D, LA

Andrew Campbell

Campbell Signs With Coyotes

News: Andrew Campbell signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Coyotes on Tuesday, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.
Analysis: Andrew Campbell made three appearances for the Kings last season, but was otherwise a full-timer at AHL Manchester, logging three goals and 13 assists over 69 games. Another season of AHL duty -- this time at Portland -- appears to be in store for Campbell.

7/1/2014

Devan Dubnyk, G, MON

Devan Dubnyk

Dubnyk Signs With Coyotes

News: Devan Dubnyk has signed a one-year deal with the Coyotes worth $800,000, the Arizona Republic reports.
Analysis: With Thomas Greiss having signed with the Penguins, Devan Dubnyk (a former starter with the Oilers) now slots in as Mike Smith's top backup for the Coyotes. He regressed badly last season, posting a 3.36 GAA and .894 save percentage over 32 games, but with a far better defense in front of him in Phoenix, it shouldn't be hard for Dubnyk to improve those crooked numbers.

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

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

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.

7/1/2014

Harri Sateri, G, SJ

Harri Sateri

Sateri Given Qualifying Offer by Sharks

News: Harri Sateri was given a qualifying offer by the Sharks on Monday, ensuring they retain his negotiating rights.
Analysis: Harri Sateri is unlikely to sign a contract, as he inked a deal with Vityaz Podolsk of the KHL in May, saying that was best for his development. That must not have offended San Jose too much, as they've made an offer in order to retain his NHL rights. Don't expect to see him in a Sharks jersey anytime soon.

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.

7/1/2014

Brodie Reid, RW, SJ

Brodie Reid

Sharks Don't Qualify Reid

News: Brodie Reid was among the restricted free agents who were not given qualifying offers by the Sharks on Monday.
Analysis: Brodie Reid had a decent season with AHL Worcester last season, posting 11 goals and 14 assists through 55 games -- good for fifth on the team in scoring. Reid is young and will likely find a home with another AHL team on a two-way contract.

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

Jordan Schroeder, C, VAN

Jordan Schroeder

Canucks' Schroeder Headed For Free Agency

News: The Canucks did not make a qualifying to Jordan Schroeder, cknw.com reports.
Analysis: The No. 22 overall pick in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft will thus become an unrestricted free agent on the heels of a 2013-14 season in which he recorded six points in 25 games for the Canucks.

6/30/2014

T.J. Galiardi, LW, CGY

T.J. Galiardi

Flames Galiardi Set To Become Free Agent

News: T.J. Galiardi was among the Flames who did not receive qualifying offers from the team, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Also headed for free agency after not being extended qualifying offers by the Flames are Paul Byron, David Eddy, James Martin and Olivier Roy. T.J. Galiardi recorded 17 points in 62 games this past season for Calgary.

6/30/2014

Michael Del Zotto, D, NSH

Michael Del Zotto

Preds Move On From Del Zotto

News: The Predators have not extended a qualifying offer to Michael Del Zotto, the Tennessean reports.
Analysis: The Preds were unable to trade or re-sign Michael Del Zotto, so the 24-year-old blueliner will become an unrestricted free agent following a season in which he recorded 16 points in 67 games combined between the Rangers and Preds.

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.

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