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The Vegas Golden Knights still have 3 RFAs to re-sign

Jesse Granger of The Athletic: The Vegas Golden Knights have 3 limited complimentary representatives delegated re-sign – Nicolas Roy, Nicolas Hague and Keegan Kolesar (August 10th arbitration date).

The Golden Knights have around $6.5 million in cap area to deal with.

Contract talks with Roy might be even more along than they are with Hague and Kolesar. Roy and the Golden Knights be taking a look at a long-lasting offer. They might be searching in the five-year variety and around $3 million per.

Hague talks might be the most complex and might face training school. The Golden Knights might be waiting to get Roy and Kolesar done prior to completing Hague.

P.K. Subban getting some interest however not from the Montreal Canadiens

Jimmy Murphy of Montreal Hockey Now: 33-year-old complimentary representative defenseman P.K. Subban is still getting interest from groups however lots of groups are at the cap ceiling. Many groups are aiming to vacate wage and not induce more.

Agent Don Meehan to the Montreal Gazette last Friday.

“P.K. simply returned from getaway and I spoke with him today about the free-agency market and I’ve shown to him that we’ve had expressions of interest.  I’ve informed him that there are groups moving cash — evaluating what type of cap area they have, evaluating their depth situations to figure out simply precisely what they can do.

Some of these problems remain in play as we speak, so I can’t get a conclusive action from some groups in regards to continuing, however I have actually had expressions of interest for him to date. But the groups that have actually revealed interest aren’t in a position to agreement now since they’ve got other things in play.”

Sources have actually informed MHN that the Montreal Canadiens are not one of the groups.

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