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The Canadiens hire Stephane Robidas

Jimmy Murphy: The Montreal Canadiens have actually called Stephane Robidas as an assistant coach.

Priyanta Emrith: Canadiens coach Martin St. Louis on the hiring of Robidas: “Stephane perfectly matches the profile we were looking for in a candidate. In addition to being an exceptional individual, he is a very good communicator, and I believe that players will relate to him because of that.”

The Flyers hire Rocky Thompson

Philadelphia Flyers: The Flyers have actually called Rocky Thompson as an assistant coach.

Brayden Pachel re-signs with the Golden Knights

Danny Webster: The Golden Knights have actually signed Brayden Pachel to a one-year agreement extension with a $750,000 cap hit.

Kaapo Kakko re-signs with the Rangers

Cap Friendly: The New York Rangers have actually re-signed forward Kaapo Kakko to a two-year agreement with a $2.1 million income cap hit.

2022-23: $1,800,000
2023-24: $2,400,000

He’ll still be an RFA when his agreement ends.

Cap Friendly: The Rangers now have $1.8 million in forecasted income cap area with 20 gamers under agreement and one gamer on the IR. All Rangers RFAs are signed.

Mathieu Joseph re-signs with the Senators

Ian Mendes: The Ottawa Senators have actually signed forward Mathieu Joseph to four-year agreement with a $2.95 million income cap hit.

Senators GM Dorion on the extension: “Mathieu’s addition made an immediate positive impact as someone who fit in well with our group. He has high-end speed, a nose for the net and is responsible in his own end. He’s long demonstrated good upside and is someone we’re counting on to have another solid season both in 2022-23 and beyond.”

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