Joel Farabee’s neck injury came out of no place
Adam Kimelman: Philadephia Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher stated that Joel Farabee’s neck problem took place 2 weeks back and came out of no place.
Farabee was doing a bench press and after that felt a pinch in his neck.
He saw a physician on June 20th and surgical treatment was on June 24th.
Adam Kimelman: Fletcher on Farabee: “Whether it’s 3 months or 4 months … if he’s ready for Game 1, great. If he misses 5, 6, 7 games, and we can push him a little bit further, that might make sense too. We’ll make every decision with him based on his long-term health, welfare and development.”
Ryan Ellis might not be prepared for training school
Sam Carchidi of Philadelphia Hockey Now: Flyers GM Fletcher stated that defenseman Ryan Ellis continues to make development however they are not sure if he’ll be prepared for the start of training school.
“He’s continuing to progress. He’s certainly improved since the end of the season. He’s certainly further along now than he was a month ago or two months ago.”
Ellis just played in 4 video games in 2015 and is handling a pelvic injury.
Surgery for Anthony Duclair
Elliotte Friedman: Florida Panthers forward Anthony Duclair verifies on his Instagram page that he has an Achilles injury which he’ll have surgical treatment today.
The Sabres re-sign Sean Malone
Buffalo Sabres: The Sabres have actually signed forward Sean Malone to a one-year agreement worth $750,000. He score 20 objectives and included 17 helps in 39 video games for the Rochester Americans of the AHL.
- Lance Lysowski: “Smart signing. Malone had a great season. Deserved an NHL opportunity. A shame that the injury prevented one.”
The Stars re-sign Ryan Shea
Matthew DeFranks: The Dallas Stars have actually signed defenseman Ryan Shea to a one-year, two-way agreement.
The Lightning re-sign Darren Raddysh
Cap Friendly: The Tampa Bay Lightning have actually signed defenseman Darren Raddysh to a two-year, two-way agreement with an AAV of $762,500. Raddysh would have been a Group 6 UFA.
2022-23: $750,000 in the NHL, $250,000 in the minors with $350,000 ensured.
2023-24: $775,000 in the NHL, $250,000 in the minors with $350,000 ensured.