Michael Russo and Eric Duhatschek of the Athletic: NHL trade board heading into the offseason.
1. Connor Hellebuyck – Winnipeg Jets
2. Mark Scheifele – Winnipeg Jets
3. William Nylander – Toronto Maple Leafs
4. Erik Karlsson – San Jose Sharks
5. Kevin Hayes – Philadelphia Flyers
6. John Gibson – Anaheim Ducks
7. Blake Wheeler – Winnipeg Jets
8. Pierre-Luc Dubois – Winnipeg Jets
9. Alex DeBrincat – Ottawa Senators
10. Brock Boeser – Vancouver Canucks
11. Jeff Petry – Pittsburgh Penguins
12. Ivan Provorov – Philadelphia Flyers
13. Nick Schmaltz – Arizona Coyotes
14. Colton Parayko – St. Louis Blues
15. Kevin Labanc – San Jose Sharks
16. Elias Lindholm – Calgary Flames
17. Samuel Girard – Colorado Avalanche
18. Conor Garland – Vancouver Canucks
19. Alex Goligoski – (*30*) Wild
20. Mikael Granlund – Pittsburgh Penguins
21. Filip Zadina – Detroit Red Wings
22. Calen Addison – (*30*) Wild
23. Ross Colton – Tampa Bay Lightning
24. Anthony Mantha – Washington Capitals
25. Taylor Hall – Boston Bruins
26. Dan Vladar – Calgary Flames
27. Adam Henrique – Anaheim Ducks
28. Mackenzie Blackwood – New Jersey Devils
29. Sean Walker – Los Angeles Kings
30. Sean Durzi – Los Angeles Kings
Blake Wheeler and his contract shall be exhausting to maneuver. The Buffalo Sabres and New Jersey Devils might have a look at Connor Hellebuyck.
The Maple Leafs prime precedence shall be a contract extension for Auston Matthews. He can signal an extension on July 1st, the day his no-movement clause kicks in. If he gained’t signal long-term, they will’t lose him for nothing after subsequent season. They might do a four-five 12 months deal. William Nylander is the simplest for the Maple Leafs to trade.
The Kings may very well be near signing defenseman Vladislav Gavrikov to an extension. Sean Walker and Sean Durzi may very well be on their out. The Kings could have some goaltending selections to make.
- Dennis Bernstein: Don’t imagine that the report that the Kings are near re-signing Gavrikov is correct. The final time checked in on the state of affairs, there have been no contract talks between the 2 sides. The Kings must filter some wage cap house.
Ducks goaltender John Gibson could choose to finish up in Pittsburgh, Vegas, or Los Angeles. Forwards Adam Henrique and Jakob Silfverberg may very well be deadline rental strikes given their contracts.
The Arizona Coyotes might look to maneuver ahead Nick Schmaltz, who has three years left at a $5.85 million, however wage of $7.5 million, $8.45 million, and $8.5 million.
Leave a Reply