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Penguins extend their assistant coach

Pittsburgh Penguins: The Penguins have actually signed assistant coach Mike Vellucci to a two-year agreement extension.

Mike DeFabo: Two days prior to extending Vellucci, their other assistant coach, Todd Reirden, was extended for 2 years too.

Senators possibility ought to be all set for training school

Steve Lloyd: Team Canada World Junior GM James Boyd stated on TSN 1200 that Ottawa Senators possibility Ridly Greig’s injury “isn’t super serious, and he should be ready for NHL camp.”

Bruce Garrioch: Senators GM Pierre Dorion stated that Greig will be out for 3 to 4 weeks with an apart shoulder. He will likely miss out on the novice competition however able to enter some exhibit video games.

The Sharks re-sign Noah Gregor

Jason Gregor: The San Jose Sharks have actually re-signed Noah Gregor to a one-year agreement worth $950,000. He will be arbitration-eligible next season.

Curtis Pashelka: Sharks GM Mike Grier on re-signing Gregor: “Noah elevated his play last season and set career highs in several offensive categories. He can utilize his speed to create space in the offensive zone and we look forward to watching him take another step this year.”

The Islanders extend 3 gamers

Andrew Gross: The New York Islanders have actually re-signed forward Kieffer Bellows to a one-year offer at $1.2 million.

Defenseman Noah Dobson re-signed for 3 years.

Defenseman Alexander Romanov re-signed for 3 years.

Puck Pedia: Dobson will bring a $4 million income cap hit and a $4 million income for each of the 3 years.

He’ll be an RFA when the agreement ends and be 2 years far from being a UFA. He’ll be owed a $4 million certifying deal.

Puck Pedia: Romanov will bring a $2.5 million income cap hit and a $2.5 million income for each of the 3 years.

He’ll be an RFA when the agreement ends and be 2 years far from being a UFA.

Cap Friendly: The Islanders have $3.485 million in forecasted income cap area with 22 gamers under agreement – 14 forwards, 6 defensemen, and 2 goalies.

Remaining RFAs: Arnaud Durandeau and Parker Wotherspoon.



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