NHL News: HHoF Induction Class, Key Dates, Richardson, Sweeney, Canucks, Panthers and Leafs
Induction class of 2022 – Hockey Hall of Fame

Hockey Hall of Fame:

Player – Daniel Alfredsson
Player – Roberto Luongo
Player – Henrik Sedin
Player – Daniel Sedin
Player – Riikka Sallinen
Builder – Herb Carnegie

Upcoming Key Dates

Puck Pedia: Some of the crucial dates over the next month.

July 1: Buyout window opens
July 7-8: 2022 NHL Draft
July 11: Qualifying Offer due date
July 12: First Buyout window closes
July 12: Ability to use gamer own gamer 8 years ends
July 13: Free company opens
July 17: Player chosen Arbitration due date
July 27: First day of Arbitration hearings

The Blackhawks hire Luke Richardson as their next head coach

Chicago Blackhawks: Luke Richardson has actually been employed as the franchise’s 40th head coach.

Ben Pope: Richardson after being employed: “Clear communication, a plan, hard work and execution will lead us to that success. I plan to create an environment of trust with our team.”

The Bruins extend GM Don Sweeney

Boston Bruins: CEO Charlie Jacobs has stated the Bruins have actually signed GM Don Sweeney to a multi-year extension and included:

“Under his management, the Boston Bruins have been one of the winningest franchises in the league and a perennial playoff contender year in and year out. While we recognize there is work to be done to achieve the ultimate goal of bringing the Stanley Cup back to Boston, I’m confident that Don’s commitment to being best-in-class on and off the ice will help us climb that mountain once again.”

The Canucks re-sign 3

Rick Dhaliwal: The Vancouver Canucks have actually re-signed Sheldon Dries, Guillaume Brisebois, and John Stevens.

The Canucks won’t be re-signing defenseman Ashton Sautner.

The Panthers indication Matt Kiersted

Florida Panthers: The Panther have actually re-signed defenseman Matt Kiersted to a two-year offer.

Cap Friendly: Kiersted’s two-year extension brings a $762,500 cap hit.

2022-23: $750,000 in the NHL and $250,000 in the minors.
2023-24: $775,000

The Maple Leafs re-sign Timothy Lilegren

Puck Pedia: The Toronto Maple Leafs have actually re-signed pending RFA defenseman Timothy Liljegren to a two-year handle a $1.4 million cap hit.

2022-23: $1.3 million wage
2023-24: $1.5 million wage

At completion of the offer he’ll be an RFA with arbitration rights. He’ll be owed a $1.5 million certifying deal and 2 years far from being a UFA.

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