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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.

7/1/2015

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.

7/1/2015

Tyler Biggs, RW, TOR

Tyler Biggs

Biggs Acquired By Penguins In Massive Deal

News: Tyler Biggs (Achilles) was traded Wednesday to the Penguins along with forward Phil Kessel, defenseman Tim Erixon, and a 2016 second-round draft pick in exchange for forwards Nick Spaling, Kasperi Kapanen, defenseman Scott Harrington, and 2016 first- and third-round draft picks, Sportsnet.ca reports.
Analysis: Tyler Biggs, 22, is a former first-round draft pick in 2011, but he's widely viewed as a bust at this point. He tore his Achilles while playing with AHL Toronto last season and underwent surgery in March, and it's not certain if he'll be fully healthy by the time the minor-league season kicks off. With his new organization, expect Biggs to settle in as an organizational depth option at forward for AHL Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

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.

 
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