EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Center Blake Lizotte has re-signed with the Los Angeles Kings on a one-year, $800,000 contract extension. The Kings announced the signing Thursday of Lizotte, a restricted free agent. Lizotte had three goals and seven assists in 41 games for the Kings last season. His plus-2 rating...
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Center Blake Lizotte has re-signed with the Los Angeles Kings on a one-year, $800,000 contract extension. The Kings announced the signing Thursday of Lizotte, a restricted free agent. Lizotte had three goals and seven assists in 41 games for the Kings last season. His plus-2...
With the Seattle expansion draft one month away, theScore is predicting every team's protected list and putting one club from each division under the microscope. This edition offers potential lists for the Pacific Division. (We'll project a full 30-player roster for the Kraken closer to the July 21 draft.) Atlantic...
Pekka Rinne might have skated off the ice at Bridgestone Arena for the last time. That’s a hard sentence to type. However, in that last regular-season outing for Rinne, the big Finn posted a massive shutout against the Carolina Hurricanes. Neither GM David Poile nor the 2021 King Clancy Memorial Trophy winner Rinne have confirmed his retirement. It’s possible, though, that #35 no longer wants to play hockey.
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The LA Kings announced today that the organization has signed forward Blake Lizotte to a one-year contract extension, which carries an AAV of $800,000. Lizotte was one of 11 restricted free agents throughout the Kings organization entering this offseason, including one of eight to play an NHL game with the team this season. The Kings could have tendered Lizotte a qualifying offer, but Lizotte and the Kings got a deal done early, well before the qualifying offer deadline in late-July.
As per Frank Seravalli of Daily Faceoff, the Philadelphia Flyers have big changes coming this offseason. One of the easier ways to make improvements is to have money to spend and to get money, you often need to move money. With that in mind, the future for a player like Jakub Voracek could be in question. He makes Seravalli’s No. 18 spot on his Top 20 trade names to watch list.
It's becoming increasingly difficult to believe that Jack Eichel will open the 2021-22 season as a member of the Buffalo Sabres. Both sides appear ready to move on from the situation in which an unhappy Eichel is tired of losing and fighting the team regarding medical treatment. The only real remaining uncertainty is to what team he will head and what the Sabres will receive in return.
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The premier soap opera in the National Hockey League calls Buffalo home, though it may not much longer. The saga, feud, kerfuffle...whatever phrase suits you...between the Buffalo Sabres and Jack Eichel has dragged on into the summer months. As the rumor mill continues to swirl, no significant headway has been made toward a deal, at least, as of right now.
Carey Price made 26 saves and Nick Suzuki registered a goal and two assists as the Montreal Canadiens beat the Vegas Golden Knights 4-1 Tuesday night in Las Vegas to move within one win of reaching the Stanley Cup Final. The Canadiens hold a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven semifinal...
Going into this off-season, there was speculation about Carl Gunnarsson’s career. That his time with the Blues was done was a foregone conclusion - he spent most of this season on the LTIR and he is a pending UFA - but many were curious as to if Gunnarsson would try one more go with another team.
The New Jersey Devils still have quite a few needs to fill before they should expect to do anything besides compete in the NHL Draft Lottery. This team obviously needs defense, and especially a top-line defenseman to play next to Ty Smith, but it might be easier to get a top-six forward who can grow with Nico Hischier and Jack Hughes. The Devils have some really good young assets, and teams might be looking to unload some disgruntled assets.
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