NHL Rumors: Kris Letang, Patrice Bergeron and Dylan Strome
Pending UFAs Kris Letang and Patrice Bergeron

TSN: Darren Dreger on some pending UFAs for the Pittsburgh Penguins and Boston Bruins.

“You’ve got Evgeni Malkin from the Pittsburgh Penguins, certainly Kris LetangPatrice Bergeron from the Boston Bruins. What I can inform you is that there’s been continuous talk with Kris Letang and the Pittsburgh Penguins, less so with Patrice Bergeron and the Boston Bruins however that’s basically by style.

Bergeron wishes to concentrate on the season, so does Letang, however they’ve had more of a connection in Pittsburgh with the Letang camp. Slow development on Letang, however a determination to be more patient in between Boston and Patrice Bergeron.”

Will Dylan Strome belong of the Blackhawks future strategies?

Mark Lazerus of The Athletic: Chicago Blackhawks interim coach Derek King assisted forward Dylan Strome turn his season around. Since early January Strome has actually been tape-recording 0.95 points-per-game while having fun with Alex DeBrincat and Patrick Kane.

Strome is a pending complimentary representative and Kane has actually been stating to the media that Strome requires to be re-signed. Strome is arbitration-eligible this offseason and is owed a $3.6 million certifying deal.

For a year and a half, Strome had his name in the report mill. The Blackhawks remain in a restoring mode and one needs to question if the 25-year old Strome remains in their strategies. Strome on his unpredictability about his future as a Blackhawk.

“It’s always out there. The last two years, we’ve talked about it numerous times, that it’s always out there. It’s always around. It’s something that’s in the back of your mind. I’m sure (Hagel) was caught off guard when he got traded. I think we all were. Lots of guys have talked about that. We didn’t really expect that. But when you get a return like that (two first-round picks, Taylor Raddysh and Boris Katchouk), like a lot of people have said, you kind of have to make that trade. Obviously, we’re building for the future, and whether I’m part of that or not is yet to be seen. I guess we’ll find out pretty soon. And if I am, I’ll be happy to be here and help the team as best as I can. And hopefully, we can stick with this line and see what can happen.”




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