NHL Rumors: Colorado Avalanche, and the Boston Bruins

The Colorado Avalanche gain LTIR versatility with Gabriel Landeskog‘s agreement

Bennett Durando of the Denver Post: The Colorado Avalanche have actually lost Gabriel Landeskog for next season, and his $7 million wage cap hit will go on the LTIR, which will offer the Avs some alternatives. GM Chris MacFarland:

“It potentially opens up avenues that weren’t available to us this past season.”

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The Avs will have about $21 million to deal with for 11 gamers.

Pending RFAs requiring brand-new offers are Bowen Byram and Alex Newhook.

Valeri Nichushkin‘s status is unidentified at this time. J.T. Compher is a pending UFA and they might not have the cash for him as he might be someplace in the $5 million variety.

The Avs may now have space to re-sign Evan Rodrigues.

“If there’s a player that we can potentially add (via trade) that has term and he fits what we’re trying to do from an age standpoint and it makes sense, we’ll find a way to make it work,” MacFarland stated.

One possible choice might be Arizona Coyotes forward Nick Schmaltz.

Would the Avs think about moving Devon Toews or Sam Girard?

Bonton Bruins GM Don Sweeney on their pending UFAs

Shawn Hutcheon: Boston Bruins GM Don Sweeney on trade due date acquisitions and pending UFAs Dmitry Orlov, Tyler Bertuzzi and Garnet Hathaway: “I couldn’t just sign those players today. We have (salary cap) constraints. That might mean I might be able to sign one of those three players. Roster changes are coming. We won’t be the same team.”

Matt Porter: Bruins GM Sweeney stated that he hasn’t informed any of their pending UFAs that they won’t be restored.

Sweeney includes that he and Jim Montgomery are taking a look at any possible personnel modifications.

Matt Porter: Sweeney on their pending UFAs: “We have to address the RFAs, (Trent) Frederic and (Jeremy) Swayman, which we will do.”

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Matt Porter: Bruins CEO Charlie Jacobs when asked if Bruins chairman Jeremy Jacobs is desiring a modification after their preliminary exit: “I can’t say he’s called me and said I want somebody gone … that’s not how he operates. He puts faith in the management team we have here, and counts on us to execute. When we don’t, he’s disappointed.”

Jacobs includes that he is “far from asking for a management change.”

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