NHL Rumors: Colorado Avalanche, Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames and the Boston Bruins
The Colorado Avalanche and Nathan MacKinnon may not be close on an extension, or are they?

Adrian Dater: Have been hearing that an agreement extension in between Nathan MacKinnon and the Colorado Avalanche might not be as “close” as some believe. Can’t see an extension not getting done at some time, however they might not be close to getting it completed.

Evan Rawal: On Altitude radio, Avalanche GM Joe Sakic stated today that they are getting “close” to finalizing Nathan MacKinnon to an agreement extension. Sakic is incredibly positive that an offer will be reached.

Could the Edmonton Oilers trade Jesse Puljujarvi if Jake Virtanen makes the group?

Mark Spector: If Jake Virtanen has the ability to make the Edmonton Oilers lineup this season, and if gets an agreement near the league minimum, would GM Ken Holland trade Jesse Puljujarvi?

Without Virtanen the Oilers don’t have a great deal of depth down the ideal side, and it wouldn’t enable them to trade Puljujarvi for a draft choice. The Oilers aren’t truly able to trade Puljujarvi for anything of worth.

Not truly sure that Holland would move him.

The Calgary Flames to sign Brett Ritchie

Eric Francis: Have heard that the Calgary Flames are getting near a one-year offer for Brett Ritchie.

PTO prospects for the Boston Bruins

Jimmy Murphy of Boston Hockey Now: So Boston Bruins GM Don Sweeney stated that they’ll have one gamer at camp on a PTO however wouldn’t state who that gamer is.

Some have actually recommended the Bruins ought to generate P.K. Subban or Keith Yandle (Subban and Yandle simply revealed their retirement today, and the very same for Zdeno Chara).

Potential PTO defenseman prospects consist of Anton Stralman and Kris Russell.

Up front, prospective prospects consist of Tyler Ennis, Brian Boyle and Blake Comeau.


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