NHL Rumors: Alexander Radulov, Carey Price and Logan Mailloux
Alexander Radulov heading back to the KHL?

Matthew DeFranks of the Dallas Morning News: Though absolutely nothing seems main yet, Ak Bars of the KHL published a teaser video including Dallas Stars pending UFA forward Alexander Radulov.

The future 36-year-old Radulov has actually been the previous 5 seasons with the Stars and discovered himself a healthy scratch in the playoffs.

Hughes on understanding Carey Price‘s status for next year

Eric Engels of Sportsnet: Montreal Canadiens GM Kent Hughes when asked if they’d to understand the status of goaltender Carey Price prior to the 2022 NHL draft in July.

“I don’t know that by the draft is necessarily critical,” Hughes stated. “I believe the only method we would have total clearness on it is if in some way we discover that he might not play. Otherwise, we need to go into the season and see how the knee reacts as soon as he’s back to the rigours of a regular-season schedule.

“But the draft itself? Probably not as critical as maybe July 13, (in terms of ) knowing his situation from if he’s not playing then we would have LTIR that we could use and without it we don’t. Without that information, we don’t have the luxury of using it.”

Price has actually 4 years left at a $10.5 million cap hit.

No ELC for Logan Mailloux right now

Eric Engels of Sportsnet: Montreal Canadiens GM Kent Hughes stated that at this time they are not seeking to sign 2021 first-round choice, Logan Mailloux to his entry-level draft.

“It’s not our intention to negotiate with him,” Hughes stated. “Logan is still in evaluation — less so as a player and much more so as a person and a member of the community — and we’re going to supervise him doing all he promised to do to be a better person and be better teammate and member of the London community.”

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