NHL Signings: Kings, Rangers, Canucks, Jets and Oilers
Kings sign their 2nd round choice

Puck Pedia: The Los Angeles Kings have actually signed 2021 second-round choice Samuel Helenius to a three-year entry-level agreement. He’ll have a cap hit of $851,000 and an AAV of $925,000.

Year 1/2: $750,000 income, $92,500 finalizing bonus offer, $82,500 GP Reward, $80,000 in the minors.
Year 3: $775,000 income, $92,500 finalizing bonus offer, $57,500 GP Reward, $80,000 in the minors.

The Rangers sign their 2021 first-round choice

Puck Pedia: The New York City Rangers have actually signed their first-round choice Brennan Othmann to a three-year entry-level offer. He’ll bring a $925,000 cap hit and a $1.375 million AAV.

$832,500 income, $92,500 finalizing bonus offer, $450,000 capacity “A” efficiency perks, $80,000 in the minors.

Canucks re-sign Brisebois

Patrick Johnston: The Vancouver Canucks have actually re-signed Guillaume Brisebois to a one-year, two-way offer.

He’ll get $750,000 in the NHL and $180,000 in the minors.

The Jets re-sign Copp and Kovacevic

Elliotte Friedman: The Winnipeg Jets have actually re-signed RFA forward Andrew Copp to a one-year, $3.65 million.

  • Frank Seravalli: “With Copp signed at $3.65m, #nhljets can be cap certified by trading or waiving Sami Niku and moving Bryan Little to LTIR. Copp’s cap figure works practically completely to get WPG a capture as near to Little’s $5.291m struck as possible. (With 13F/7D/2G)”

Puck Pedia: The Winnipeg Jets have actually re-signed defenseman Johnathan Kovacevic to a one-year offer.

He’ll get $750,000 in the NHL and $90,000 in the minors.

Oilers re-sign Koekkoek

Puck Pedia: The Edmonton Oilers have actually signed defenseman Slater Koekkoek to a two-year offer at a $925,000 cap hit.

2021-22: $750,000
2022-23: $1.1 million

Puck Pedia: The Oilers are $1.35 million over the income cap with 22 gamers under agreement. With defenseman Oscar Klefbom on the LTIR the Oilers discuss the cap by $4.167 million, so the Oilers can surpass the income cap by $2.82 million.

Daniel Nugent-Bowman: “There’s that depth defenceman for the Oilers. I’m amazed by the 2nd year. Most likely not the very best news for William Lagesson. There won’t be much cap space to deal with when Kailer Yamamoto probably re-signs.”

David Staples: “Delighted to see Slater Koekkoek signed. He did extremely well in softer minutes. Constant passer and OKAY protector. Smart gamer. Plus there is little expense to an agreement you can bury in AHL at no charge to your cap.”

 

 



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