NHL News: Robin Lehner, Kevin Korchinski, Dmitri Osipov, and Jake Gardiner
Robin Lehner will miss out on the 2022-23 season

Vegas Golden Knights: Goaltender Robin Lehner needs hip surgical treatment and is anticipated to miss out on the whole 2022-23 NHL season.

An specific timeline hasn’t been figured out yet.

Puck Pedia: The Golden Knights are presently $6.6 million over the wage cap ceiling with 20 gamers under agreement and 2 hurt gamers. They have 12 forwards, 6 defensemen and 2 goaltenders.

LTIR prospects will be Shea Weber at $7.87 million and Robin Lehner at $5 million.

So they might possibly have $6.3 million in wage cap area.

Remaining limited complimentary representatives: Nicolas Hague and Jake Leschyshyn.

Contract breakdown for Blackhawks Kevin Korchinski

Puck Pedia: Breakdown of Kevin Korchinski’s three-year entry-level agreement with the Chicago Blackhawks.

$855,000 base pay, $95,000 finalizing bonus offer, $1 million in “A” efficiency benefits and $82,500 in the minors.

He’ll bring a $950,000 cap hit and an AAV of $1.95 million.

Ducks indication Dmitri Osipov to a PTO

Cap Friendly: The Anaheim Ducks have actually signed forward Dmitri Osipov to a PTO

Jake Gardiner is back on the ice

Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer: The Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Jake Gardiner missed out on all of last season after having back and hip surgical treatments. He’s back on the ice preparing for next season. The Hurricanes won’t be purchasing him out.

“I’ll give Gardiner credit,” Waddell stated. “He’s been working and skating with some of our guys up there. We’ve got some film of it. I guess when he had trouble two years ago you know why, it’s because his hips were so bad. We’re keeping an open mind. One thing we don’t have is a left-shot (defenseman) so we’ll see how he does in camp.”

 

 



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