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7/10/2014

Steve Ott, C, STL

Steve Ott

Blues Re-Sign Ott For Two Years

News: Steve Ott (abdomen) re-signed with the Blues on a two-year, $5.2 million extension on Thursday, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Steve Ott was a disappointment for the Blues after coming over in a deadline deal last season with the Sabres, totaling only three points in 23 games. However, the Blues apparently view him as a key cog on the second or third line, after Vladimir Sobotka decided to take his career to the KHL. Ott underwent surgery to repair his abdominal area after the season ended, but should be fully healthy by the time training camp commences.

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.

6/25/2014

Ryan Malone, LW, TB

Ryan Malone

Bolts, Malone Part Ways: Winger Becomes UFA

News: The Lightning have bought out Ryan Malone's contract, reports TSN.ca. The winger now becomes an unrestricted free agent.
Analysis: The Bolts are on the hook for two-thirds of his remaining contract, spread out over twice the time remaining on that deal. He had one year and $2.5 million left, but the move frees up $4.5 million on the cap. He's 34 and appears to be in decline, but he would be appealing to a team that needs a depth power forward who can stand in front of the net on the power play.

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.

5/23/2014

Andrei Loktionov, C, CAR

Andrei Loktionov

Canes' Loktionov To Have Surgery

News: Andrei Loktionov will require surgery to repair his injured shoulder, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Analysis: Andrei Loktionov suffered the injury while playing for Russia in the World Championships, and will undergo surgery in Switzerland. He should be healthy for the start of training camp, but the injury may end up costing the restricted free agent some money in this summer's contract negotiations with the Hurricanes.

5/22/2014

Derrick Pouliot, D, PIT

Derrick Pouliot

Pens' Pouliot Undergoes Shoulder Surgery

News: Derrick Pouliot underwent successful shoulder surgery Wednesday.
Analysis: The procedure to repair Derrick Pouliot's labrum is expected to require four-to-six months of recovery time, likely eliminating any chance he has of winning a roster spot with the big club out of training camp. The Penguins will allow the 20-year-old was named the WHL's Defenseman of the Year after he totaled 70 points during the regular season.

5/16/2014

Zenon Konopka, C, BUF

Zenon Konopka

Sabres' Konopka Suspended For DHEA Use

News: Zenon Konopka was suspended 20 games by the NHL on Thursday for violating the league's performance-enhancing substances program, which has been revealed to be DHEA, reports TSN's James Duthie.
Analysis: DHEA is dehydroepiandrosterone, a type of steroid hormone, and banned from athletic use in the United States. It was recommended to Zenon Konopka as a supplement by non-team doctors. Konopka, who will be an unrestricted free agent this summer, will serve his 20-game suspension when he signs his new contract.

5/14/2014

Nate Prosser, D, MIN

Nate Prosser

Wild's Prosser Suffers Broken Finger

News: Nate Prosser suffered a broken finger in the Wild's first-round series with the Avalanche, but continued to play through the injury, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Analysis: After playing in all seven games in the series with the Avs, Coyle saw action in just three of the six contests vs. the Blackhawks in the second round, with the finger injury probably weighing into coach Mike Yeo's decision not to use him as frequently. He should be ready to go when the Wild begin training camp in the fall.

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