NHL Rumors: Boston Bruins, Milan Lucic, David Perron, and the San Jose Sharks
Could the Bruins bring Milan Lucic back?

Jimmy Murphy of Boston Hockey Now: Could the Boston Bruins be intrigued in reviving Milan Lucic?

Lucic remains in the in 2015 of his offer and brings a $6 million income cap hit.

A source stated on Sunday night that Calgary Flames GM Brad Treliving might be going to keep some income if the ‘Bruins sweetened the deal.’

David Perron never ever got an agreement deal from the Blues

Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic: David Perron signed a two-year, $9.5 million handle the Detroit Red Wings after not getting an agreement deal from the St. Louis Blues.

Before this previous season, the Blues had actually provided Perron a two-year, $8 million, which he clearly decreased. Another source stated it was a one-year, $4 million deal.

Perron’s representative, Allan Walsh, and Blues GM Doug Armstrong didn’t speak throughout the season however did have some talks prior to the draft, though absolutely nothing severe.

There were 4 to 6 groups that had severe interest in him when totally free company opened, however some depended upon whether those groups might sign other gamers.

Changing the Sharks identity, culture, and being client

Corey Masisak of The Athletic: (mailbag) San Jose Sharks GM Mike Grier made it clear in his interview that he wished to alter the Sharks’ identity and culture given that taking control of. He offered Brent Burns a possibility to win somewhere else as the Sharks won’t be contending for a Cup.

Grier hasn’t entered into specifics about the group’s long-lasting strategies. It’s not going to be a complete take apart and he anticipates them to be competitive this year. It doesn’t appear like he’s actively wanting to vacate gamers to assist protect a top-three choice in the draft next year.

They’ve included some veterans which obstructs some young gamers however it permits them to be client.

Defenseman Markus Nutivaara might enhance his worth this season and the Sharks might want to trade him prior to the due date.

The Sharks might get in next season with 3 goalies on their lineup – James Reimer, Kaapo Kahkonen and Adin Hill. They might want to move among them or Hill might be placed on waivers.



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