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8/1/2014

Brock Nelson, C, NYI

Brock Nelson

Isles' Nelson Could End Up On Top Line

News: Brock Nelson could end up on the Islanders' top line with John Tavares, according to Islanders web site.
Analysis: The Isles have an opening on the top line and training camp could really be an open tryout for several players to get their chance to play with Tavares. Brock Nelson would have to move from center to wing if he were to make the change but so would several other players if they were given the chance. Nelson has the size and hands to play with Tavares and his fantasy value would rise quite a bit should he end up winning this job.

8/1/2014

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.

7/31/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Breaks Finger

News: Steve Mason broke his right pinky finger and will miss two weeks of training, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Analysis: Steve Mason figures to make a full recovery well before the season, as the Flyers' first preseason game is scheduled for Sept. 22. Following a strong 2013-14 campaign, he's locked in as the team's top netminder.

7/31/2014

Scott Glennie, RW, DAL

Scott Glennie

Stars Bring Back Glennie On One-Year Deal

News: Scott Glennie signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Stars on Thursday, NHL.com's Mark Stepneski reports.
Analysis: Scott Glennie, 23, spent the entirety of the 2013-14 season at AHL Texas, scoring 15 goals and 13 assists over 50 games. He'll vie for a roster spot with the parent club in training camp, but seems likely to see most of his time in the minors again during the upcoming campaign.

7/31/2014

Mikael Samuelsson, RW, DET

Mikael Samuelsson

Ex-Red Wing Samuelsson Signs With Swedish Team

News: Mikael Samuelsson signed with Djurgarden of the Swedish Hockey League on Thursday, Brian Manzullo of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Analysis: Now 37 years old, Mikael Samuelsson seems content to conclude his career in his native country. The winger was limited to 26 games with the Red Wings last season due to injury, finishing with just three points.

7/31/2014

Nick Spaling, LW, PIT

Nick Spaling

Penguins Avoid Arbitration With Spaling

News: Nick Spaling and the Penguins came to terms on a two-year, $4.4 million contract Thursday, avoiding arbitration, Shelly Anderson of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Analysis: The restricted free agent was a secondary piece acquired by the Penguins in the June 27 trade that sent James Neal to the Predators. Nick Spaling, who produced 13 goals and 19 assists in 71 games last season, could see his scoring numbers take a step back in 2014-15, as the Penguins' current crop of wingers will likely push him into a bottom-six role.

7/31/2014

Robin Lehner, G, OTT

Robin Lehner

Sens Re-Sign Lehner To Three-Year Deal

News: Robin Lehner agreed to terms on a three-year, $6.675 million contract with the Senators on Thursday, Chris Johnston of Rogers Sportsnet reports.
Analysis: Injuries and ineffective play by No. 1 netminder Craig Anderson opened the door for Robin Lehner to make 36 appearances last season, but the young goalie didn't seem prepared for the opportunity, yielding a 3.06 GAA and .913 save percentage. Anderson's similarly meager numbers open the door for Lehner to stake a claim to the starting goalie job, with the Senators likely content to ride the hot goalie most nights. Even so, it likely won't be until the 2015-16 season that Lehner will enjoy long-term job security, as Anderson's contract isn't set to expire until next summer.

7/30/2014

Carey Price, G, MON

Carey Price

Montreal's Price To Begin Skating In August

News: Carey Price (knee) won't begin skating until mid-August, the Tri-City Herald reports.
Analysis: Carey Price injured his knee in the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals and was knocked out of the playoffs, but he did not need surgery. The knee has healed enough for him to play in a charity golf event, but we won't know if the knee is in hockey shape until August.

7/30/2014

Andy Greene, D, NJ

Andy Greene

Devils, Greene Agree On Long-Term Deal

News: Andy Greene and the Devils reached an agreement on a long-term contract Wednesday, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.
Analysis: The team hasn't specified the exact length of the contract, but it sounds like the 32-year-old Andy Greene could be locked in with the Devils for the rest of his career. He's entrenched himself as the team's top defenseman over the past two seasons, leading the unit in ice time while registering eight goals and 24 assists in 2013-14.

7/30/2014

Dwight King, LW, LA

Dwight King

King Re-Signs with Kings

News: Dwight King signed a three-year, $5.85 million deal to remain with the Kings on Wednesday, LAKingsInsider.com reports.
Analysis: The two sides completed the deal just in time to avoid a salary arbitration hearing that was set for Friday. Coming off of his best NHL season in which he played 77 games, Dwight King was productive cog in the machine for the Stanley Cup champs. He netted 15 goals along with 30 points, and had an overall rating of plus-16 when he was on the ice.

7/30/2014

Matt Halischuk, RW, WPG

Matt Halischuk

Halischuk Signs With Jets

News: Matt Halischuk has signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Jets worth $725,000, the Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Analysis: Matt Halischuk thus returns to the Jets, on the heels of his first season with the team, in which the winger recorded a modest total of 10 points (including five goals) in 46 contests.

7/29/2014

Nail Yakupov, RW, EDM

Nail Yakupov

Oilers' Yakupov Back To Full Strength

News: Nail Yakupov (foot) is skating and fully healthy, the Oilers' official site reports.
Analysis: Nail Yakupov was injured back in February when he took a slap shot from teammate Justin Schultz off his foot. If the season started now, he'd be ready to go -- now it's just a matter of him bouncing back from last year's brutal campaign.

7/29/2014

Jake Gardiner, D, TOR

Jake Gardiner

Leafs, Gardiner Ink Five-Year Pact

News: Jake Gardiner signed a five-year, $20.25 million contract extension with the Maple Leafs on Tuesday, Chris Johnston of Rogers Sportsnet reports.
Analysis: Jake Gardiner, 24, asserted himself as a long-term building block for the Leafs on defense last season with his second 30-point campaign, contributing 10 goals, 21 assists, 108 hits and 87 blocks over 80 games. With Carl Gunnarsson shipped to St. Louis in the offseason, Gardiner appears poised to claim a spot next to Dion Phaneuf on the team's top defensive pairing, though fellow ascendant youngster Morgan Rielly will provide some heat.

7/29/2014

Chad LaRose, RW, CAR

Chad LaRose

LaRose Signs AHL Contract With Hurricanes

News: Chad LaRose agreed to a contract with AHL Charlotte on Tuesday, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Analysis: The 32-year-old will try to parlay the AHL contract into a comeback with the Hurricanes at the NHL level, after he sat out the entirety of the 2013-14 campaign. Chad LaRose appeared in 35 games for the Hurricanes two seasons ago, logging four points and a minus-8 rating.

7/29/2014

Matt Fraser, LW, BOS

Matt Fraser

Bruins' Fraser Should Be Ready For Training Camp

News: Matt Fraser, who underwent surgery on his right foot a week after the 2013-14 season concluded, is slated to start skating in early August, ESPN Boston reports.
Analysis: The report adds that the winger -- who is coming off a season in which he recorded 20 goals and 30 points in 44 AHL contests with Providence, along with two goals in 14 NHL contests -- expects to be 100 percent for the start of training camp in September. The 24-year-old is in line to make a run at a roster spot with the Bruins, given that the team needs to fill a couple of spots up front after bidding adieu to veterans Jarome Iginla and Shawn Thornton this offseason.

7/29/2014

Peter Mueller, RW, FLA

Peter Mueller

Blues Sign Mueller

News: Peter Mueller has signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Blues, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Jeremy Rutherford reports.
Analysis: Peter Mueller spent last season in Switzerland, scoring 24 goals and 46 points for Kloten of the Swiss A-League. Although he carries concussion concerns, Mueller is a skilled winger who will provide the Blues with a solid depth option up front.

7/29/2014

Justin Fontaine, RW, MIN

Justin Fontaine

Wild's Fontaine Agrees To Contract

News: Justin Fontaine has agreed to a two-year contract to remain with the Wild, the Star Tribune reports.
Analysis: Justin Fontaine played 66 games during his rookie season for the Wild last season, finishing the campaign with 13 goals and 21 points, including a hat trick in January. He'll continue his development with Minnesota and likely see more playing time in the upcoming season.

7/29/2014

Eric Staal, C, CAR

Eric Staal

Hurricanes' Staal Undergoes Hernia Surgery

News: Eric Staal underwent successful hernia surgery and is expected to be ready for training camp in September, USA Today reports.
Analysis: Eric Staal's procedure should allow him ample time to recover by training camp and be fully healthy by the time the regular season begins. The 29-year-old posted 21 goals and 61 points in 79 games last season, production lower than his usual output. Nonetheless, Staal has only missed 17 games during his 10-year career, so durability hasn't traditionally been a concern for him.

7/29/2014

Jimmy Hayes, RW, FLA

Jimmy Hayes

Panthers Retain Hayes On One-Year Deal

News: Jimmy Hayes has agreed to a one-year contract with the Panthers.
Analysis: Jimmy Hayes joined the Panthers after being dealt by the Blackhawks on Nov. 14 of last year. He played 53 games in a Florida jersey, during which he totaled 11 goals and seven assists.

7/29/2014

Michael Frolik, LW, WPG

Michael Frolik

Jets Re-Sign Frolik

News: Michael Frolik has re-signed with the Jets on a one-year contract, The Globe and Mail's James Mirtle reports.
Analysis: Michael Frolik was reportedly in discussions over a long-term deal to remain in Winnipeg, but instead settled on just a one-year contract. The winger finished last season with 15 goals, 27 assists, and 42 points for the Jets.

7/29/2014

Jerry D'Amigo, RW, CLB

Jerry D'Amigo

Jackets Sign D'Amigo

News: Jerry D'Amigo signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Blue Jackets on Tuesday.
Analysis: Jerry D'Amigo was acquired by Columbus earlier this month in a deal that sent forward Matt Frattin to Toronto. The 23-year-old D'Amigo made 22 appearances for the Maple Leafs last season, scoring one goal to go with two assists. He'll compete for a roster spot with the Blue Jackets during training camp.

7/29/2014

Jason Williams, RW, PIT

Jason Williams

Oilers Sign Williams To AHL Deal

News: Jason Williams agreed to a one-year contract with AHL Oklahoma City on Friday.
Analysis: Jason Williams, 33, last appeared at the NHL level in 2011-12 with the Penguins. He spent the last two seasons with Ambri-Piotta in the Swiss Elite League, charting 34 goals and 30 assists over 79 total games. He'll attempt to parlay his AHL contract into a call-up to the Oilers, but his age will certainly work against him.

7/29/2014

Nicolas Deschamps, C, WAS

Nicolas Deschamps

Ex-Capital Deschamps Signs With Finnish Team

News: Nicolas Deschamps signed a one-year contract with Oulu Karpat of Finland's Liiga last week, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Nicolas Deschamps was non-tendered by the Capitals earlier this offseason, after scoring 15 goals and adding 25 assists over 65 games with AHL Hershey last season. The 24-year-old cited a desire to avoid the uncertain nature of a two-way deal as his primary reason for heading overseas, but he does hope to return to North America at some point later in his career.

7/29/2014

Keaton Ellerby, D, WPG

Keaton Ellerby

Jets Re-Sign Ellerby To One-Year, Two-Way Deal

News: Keaton Ellerby re-signed with the Jets on a one-year, two-way contract Thursday.
Analysis: The Jets didn't extend a qualifying offer to Keaton Ellerby after the season ended, but elected to bring the 25-year-old back in unrestricted free agency to shore up some depth on defense. The blue liner has dealt with much tumult on the personal front this season after three of his extended family members were murdered, which understandably explains why he took until late July to sign with a team. Ellerby is expected to be available once training camp starts, but the Jets will likely be willing to grant him additional time off he might need while coping with the tragedy.

7/28/2014

Brandon Burlon, D, NJ

Brandon Burlon

Devils Re-Sign Burlon To Two-Year, Two-Way Deal

News: Brandon Burlon re-signed with the Devils on a two-year, two-way contract Monday, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.
Analysis: Brandon Burlon saw the ice in 54 games at AHL Albany last season, charting five goals and six assists. He has yet to make his NHL debut, but the two-way contract will help better facilitate a promotion should it be warranted at some point.