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Stars and Nill dealing with an extension

Matthew DeFranks: Dallas Stars GM Jim Nill, who has a year left on his agreement, is dealing with Stars owner Tom Gaglardi on staying with the group as a GM for a couple of more years.

Dubois currently expecting 2024 unlimited totally free company

Sportsnet: Elliotte Friedman throughout the very first intermission of Game 4 on Wednesday night.

“Pierre-Luc Dubois has informed the Winnipeg Jets that his current plan is to test unrestricted free agency when eligible in the summer of 2024. Now the Jets have control of the process until then, and what we’re also hearing though is that they wish to keep him and have him as a Jet for a long time to come.”

Dubois is a limited totally free representative now and is coming off a two-year, $10 million offer.

Scott Billeck: The Jets have control over Pierre-Luc Dubois for 2 more years and are intending to have the ability to sign him long-lasting.

Ken Wiebe: The Jets are hoping they can persuade Dubois to stay with them long-lasting.

  • Ken Wiebe: Maybe a one-year offer through arbitration or working out in the short-term with the hope that Dubois likes what he sees next year and after that wishes to re-sign long-lasting.

Scott Billeck: Wonder how Friedman’s report may impact Barry Trotz’s choice.

Could the Islanders swing an offer for Josh Anderson?

Stefen Rosner of NYI Hockey Now: Have currently blogged about the concept of the New York Islanders trading their 2022 first-round choice, 13th in general, to the Montreal Canadiens for forward Josh Anderson. Anderson has actually 5 years left on his agreement at $5.5 million.

Islanders forward Anthony Beauvillier brings a $4.15 million wage cap and might need a modification of landscapes after a frustrating season. Could the Canadiens be intrigued in the 25-year-old Quebec native? Canadiens GM Kent Hughes was his representative.

The Islanders would require to consist of another piece(s) – not their 2022 first-round choice. Would a 2023 second-round choice work?



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