NHL News: Eriksson, Niku, Khovanov, Phillips, Kovacevic, Geekie, and Years Without A First-Round Pick
Loui Eriksson heading to Europe

Craig Morgan: Arizona Coyotes UFA forward Loui Eriksson is heading back to Europe to play in either Sweden or Switzerland.

Sami Niku back to Europe

Scott Billeck: Winnipeg Jets UFA defenseman Sami Niku will be heading back to Europe to play this season.

Alexander Khovanov to waivers

Minnesota Wild PR: The Wild advanced Alexander Khovanov on genuine waivers.

Most years without having a first-round choice

Cap Friendly: The most years without having an NHL first-round choice in the draft.

Six years:
Los Angeles Kings (1969-74)
St. Louis Blues (1990-95)

Four years:
St. Louis Blues (1982-85)
Detroit Red Wings (2001-04)
New York Rangers (2013-16)
Pittsburgh (2015-18)
Possibly the Florida Panthers (2022-25)

Three years:
California Golden Seals (1971-73)
Possibly the New York Islanders (2020-23)

Matthew Phillips re-signs with the Flames

Cap Friendly: The Calgary Flames have actually re-signed forward Matthew Phillips to a one-year, two-way offer.

He’ll get $750,000 in the NHL and $140,000 in the minors.

Johnathan Kovacevic re-signs with the Jets

Cap Friendly: The Winnipeg Jets have actually re-signed defenseman Johnathan Kovacevic to a three-year handle a $767,000 AAV.

2022-23: $750,000 in the NHL, $150,000 in the minors with $175,000 ensured.
2023-24: $775,000 in the NHL, $250,000 in the minors with $275,000 ensured.
2024-25: $775,000 one-way

Morgan Geekie re-signs with the Kraken

Puck Pedia: The Seattle Kraken have actually re-signed forward Morgan Geekie to a one-year, $1.4 million agreement.

He was arranged for an arbitration hearing.

 



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