The Oilers re-sign Kailer Yamamoto
Daniel Nugent-Bowman: The Edmonton Oilers have actually re-signed forward Kailer Yamamoto to a one-year offer worth $1.175 million.
Puck Pedia: The Oilers are now a predicted $2.49 million over the income cap with 23 gamers on the lineup. Defenseman Oscar Klefbom will be placed on the LTIR so the Oilers will have the ability to go beyond the cap for approximately $4.167 million.
The Senators re-sign Logan Brown
Ottawa Senators: The Senators have actually re-signed forward Logan Brown to a one-year, two-way offer.
He’ll get $750,000 in the NHL and $100,000 in the AHL.
Shawn Simpson: “Update on Logan Brown. With no trade market, he will sign a one year deal and come to Sens camp. There were European options, but the player still has NHL dreams. The back issues that plagued him have been resolved, and he’s been training in Arizona all summer.”
The Maple Leafs bringing Nikita Gusev to camp
Cap Friendly: The Toronto Maple Leafs have actually signed forward Nikita Gusev to a PTO. Gusev had 4 objectives and 6 helps in 33 video games for the New Jersey Devils and Florida Panthers last season.
Nikita Gusev, signed to PTO by TOR, is a one-dimensional offending playmaking winger whose mix of awful protective play and non-existent completing doomed his profession with the Devils. #leafs pic.twitter.com/yEzWDhthXL
— JFresh (@JFreshHockey) September 17, 2021
The Islanders indication Zdeno Chara
New York Islanders: The Islanders have actually signed defenseman Zdeno Chara to a one-year agreement.
Arthur Staple: Chara: “It’s kind of a full circle. Who would know the way this would work out after 20-something years.”
Christian Arnold: Chara: “You never know how your Career will evolve and will end up. Nobody can real imagine finishing where they started. … I’m happy to be an Islander again.”
Andrew Battifarano: “Zdeno Chara was drafted by the Islanders in 1996. His new teammates Mathew Barzal, Anthony Beauvillier, Noah Dobson and Oliver Wahlstrom hadn’t been born yet”
Sportsnet: All-time video games played by defensemen.
Chris Chelios – 1,651
Scott Stevens – 1,635
Larry Murphy – 1,615
Ray Bourque – 1,612
Zdeno Chara – 1,608
— JFresh (@JFreshHockey) September 18, 2021
And here we go! Zdeno Chara has actually signed a handle the New York Islanders for one year! Chara is back where his NHL profession started! It’s amazing! Chara still can be great 3rd pairing protective defenseman and our company believe he’ll be actually reliable in Trotz’s system. pic.twitter.com/7TAUsZ578n
— Andy & Rono 📊 (@HockeyStatsCZ) September 18, 2021