NHL Rumors: Mark Scheifele, Andrei Kuzmenko, and Keys to the Kraken's Offseason
Mark Scheifele did not request for a trade

Sportsnet: Elliotte Friedman on the 32 Thoughts section on Winnipeg Jets forward Mark Scheifele.

“Yes, so in the consequences of Winnipeg’s frustrating season, Dave, Mark Scheifele’s remarks about his future with the Jets got a great deal of attention.

From what I comprehend, when Scheifele consulted with the company, he did not request for a trade.

Now we’ll see where whatever enters Winnipeg this offseason. The Jets have a great deal of options to make. But from what I comprehend, Scheifele did not request for a trade.

Five groups that have an interest in Andrei Kuzmenko

Sportsnet: Elliotte Friedman on the 32 Thoughts section on Russian complimentary representative Andrei Kuzmenko.

“There’s still a long time here, most likely about a month prior to KHL complimentary representative Andrei Kuzmenko makes his choice on where he’s going next year. There’s been a great deal of interest.

Among the groups, Vancouver and Edmonton on the Canadian side of the border. Vegas, Carolina and Nashville south of the 49th.

And one fascinating thing on Vancouver’s interview, Bruce Boudreau became part of it.

Keys to the offseason for the Seattle Kraken

Kristen Shilton and Greg Wyshynski of ESPN: Looking at the secrets to the offseason for the Seattle Kraken.

Projected 2022-23 cap area: $21,135,834

2022 draft choices: 1st, second, second (NSH), second (TOR), second (FLA), 3rd, fourth, fourth (WSH), fourth (CGY), 5th, sixth, 7th

2021 first-round choice Matty Beniers might be their No. 1 center next year, and they’ll fill up in the 2022 draft with 5 choices in the very first 2 rounds.

The Kraken have 3 pending UFAs and 7 RFAs with $21 million in income cap area.

Much of their future success is if they can get goaltender Philipp Grubauer to turn his video game around after a frustrating seas



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