NHL News: Colorado Avalanche, Columbus Blue Jackets, Minnesota Wild, and Young Rosters

Avs keeps in mind on Josh Manson, Pavel Francouz and Nikolai Kovalenko

DNVR Avalanche: Colorado Avalanche GM Chris MacFarland stated that they anticipate defenseman Josh Manson to be all set for the start of training cap.

MacFarland stated that goaltender Pavel Francouz is a little “banged up” after his offseason treatment and they are a little uncertain of his timelines. When he returns into town they will be examining him.

Evan Rawal: Avs GM MacFarland stated that forward Nikolai Kovalenko will be coming by to North America after his KHL season later on this year. MacFarland states that if he excellent season in the KHL there is a possibility he bets the Avs at the end of the season.

Mike Babcock resign as the Blue Jackets head coach

Chris Johnston: Statement from Mike Babcock:

“Upon reflection, it has become clear that continuing as head coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets was going to be too much of a distraction. While I’m disappointed to not have had the opportunity to continue the work we’ve begun, I know it’s in the best interest of the organization for me to step away at this time. I wish everyone in the organization well in the upcoming season.”

Aaron Portzline: Statement from NHLPA executive director Marty Walsh:

“Our gamers should have to be treated with regard in the office. regrettably, that was not the case in Columbus. The club’s choice to progress with a brand-new head coach is the suitable strategy.

Jujhar Khaira indications with the Wild

Michael Russo: The Minnesota Wild have actually signed forward Jajhar Khaira to a one-year, two-way offer worth $775,000.

With their wage cap scenario, having a league minimum agreement on a two-way offer might be crucial this year.

Michael Russo: The Wild don’t anticipate a work visa to be a concern and he must remain in town for the start of training school on Wednesday.

The Wild generate Derek Stepan

Michael Russo: The Minnesota Wild will be generating Derek Stepa to watch Bill Guerin and their personnel and deal with the group in some capability.

The youngest forecasted lineups

CapFriendly Depth Charts: Projecting the youngest opening night lineups (typical age)

Columbus Blue Jackets – 25.5
Arizona Coyotes – 25.7
Buffalo Sabres – 25.9
Montreal Canadiens – 25. 9
New Jersey Devils – 25.9
Ottawa Senators – 26.3
Vancouver Canucks – 26.9
Florida Panthers – 27.2
Chicago Blackhawks – 27.4
Philadelphia Flyers – 27.5
Los Angeles Kings – 27.7
Anaheim Ducks – 27.7
Calgary Flames – 27.8


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