Leading 2022 NHL totally free representatives and what their next offers might appear like
Lyle Richardson of Bleacher Report: Taking a look at a few of the possible unlimited totally free representatives for next offseason and vibrant forecasts of where they might wind up and what their next agreements might appear like.
Aleksander Barkov – Florida Panthers – Forecast: eight-year extension worth $9 million per season with the Panthers.
Patrice Bergeron – Boston Bruins – Forecast: re-signing with 2 years at $6 million.
Sean Couturier – Philadelphia Flyers – Forecast: a seven-year extension with the Flyers worth $8 million per.
Marc-Andre Fleury – Chicago Blackhawks – Forecast: a one-year with the Penguins worth $5.75 million.
Filip Forsberg – Nashville Predators – Forecast: an eight-year extension with the Predators at $9 million per.
Johnny Gaudreau – Calgary Flames – Forecast: a seven-year handle the Flyers at $8 million per.
John Klingberg – Dallas Stars – Forecast: a six-year extension with destiny worth $7.5 million a season.
Evgeni Malkin – Pittsburgh Penguins – Forecast: three-year extension with the Penguins at a $6 million cap hit.
Kris Letang – Pittsburgh Penguins – Forecast: three-year extension with the Penguins at a $4.25 million cap hit.
Morgan Rielly – Toronto Maple Leafs – Forecast: a seven-year extension with the Kraken at $9 million a year.
Mika Zibanejad – New York City Rangers – Forecast: a six-year extension with the Rangers at a $9 million cap hit.
Leading staying UFAs and RFAs
Luke Fox of the Sportsnet: Leading 10 staying UFAs.
1. Tuukka Rask
2. Kyle Palmieri
3. Casey Cizikas
4. Jason Demers
5. Nikita Gusev
6. Travis Zajac
7. Sami Vatanen
8. Zdeno Chara
9. Ryan Donato
10. Alex Galchenyuk
Luke Fox of the Sportsnet: Leading 10 staying RFAs.
1. Quinn Hughes
2. Elias Pettersson
3. Kirill Kaprizov
4. Brady Tkachuk
5. Andrei Svechnikov
6. Filip Hronek
7. Sam Reinhart
8. Juuse Saros
9. Andrew Copp
10. Rasmus Dahlin