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Kevin Connauton, Joseph Woll Activated From Injured Reserve

A pair of preseason injuries are no longer limiting two players that are looking to push for more NHL opportunity this season. PuckPedia reports that the Florida Panthers have activated veteran defenseman Kevin Connauton from the Season-Opening Injured Reserve and CapFriendly reports that the Toronto Maple Leafs have done the same with young goaltender Joseph Woll. Connauton, 33,…
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Blackhawks reportedly trying to trade Andrew Shaw’s contract

The Chicago Blackhawks are currently over the salary cap, using the relief pool created from placing Caleb Jones and Andrew Shaw on long-term injured reserve this week. That may not last for long though. Frank Seravalli of Daily Faceoff reports that the team is “actively” trying to trade Shaw’s contract. The veteran forward is not expected to play again.
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Oilers sign Colton Sceviour to a one-year, $750,000 contract

The Edmonton Oilers have inked forward Colton Sceviour to a one-year, two-way contract worth $750,000. Sceviour came to camp on a professional tryout contract, performed well in training camp, and earned himself a gig on the team. Over six preseason games, Sceviour recorded three assists and had an on-ice goal differential of four-to-three while playing at even-strength.
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Montreal Canadiens Extend Nick Suzuki

With their season starting tomorrow night, the Montreal Canadiens have locked up their future. Nick Suzuki has signed an eight-year extension that will carry an average annual salary of $7.875MM. The deal will start in the 2022-23 season and keeps Suzuki far away from restricted free agency and any potential offer sheet. Chris Johnston of the Toronto Star reports that the deal will include a 10-team no-trade list (which is only applicable for the final four seasons of the contract). PuckPedia tweets the full breakdown:
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Edmonton Oilers make final moves ahead of roster deadline

The Edmonton Oilers made a slew of moves Monday afternoon to set an opening day roster as required by the NHL. Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. was the deadline for teams to be cap compliant ahead of the season, and the following is what the Oilers did to get there.
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Thoughts on the Mika Zibanejad contract

The big news yesterday was the Rangers and Mika Zibanejad agreeing to terms on an eight year contract extension with an $8.5 million cap hit. The deal locks Zibanejad in through his age-35 season. Per PuckPedia, the contract is front loaded, but heavy with signing bonuses. As per usual, I...
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Raymond, Seider make Red Wings’ 23-man opening roster for 2021–22

The Detroit Red Wings have submitted their opening roster for the 2021–22 season, notably featuring rookies Lucas Raymond and Moritz Seider. The roster features 13 forwards, eight defensemen, and two goaltenders. Here’s the positional breakdown:. Forwards (13): Filip Zadina, Robby Fabbri, Mitchell Stephens, Lucas Raymond, Pius Suter, Michael Rasmussen, Carter...
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Making Sense of the New York Islanders 23-Man Roster

It shouldn’t have come as too much of a surprise that the 23-man roster that the New York Islanders submitted to the NHL would be a bit of a head-scratcher. It has been the Islanders’ MO for most of the offseason to play things pretty close to the vest and that didn’t change on Monday.
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Eklund, Dahlen, Hatakka, Weatherby Make Sharks Opening Night Roster

The San Jose Sharks have announced their opening night roster:. 2021 first-round pick William Eklund, 2019 sixth-round pick Santeri Hatakka, 2018 fourth-round pick Jasper Weatherby, and Jonathan Dahlen are in line to make their NHL debuts on Oct. 16 when the Jets visit SAP Center for opening night. Per the...
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MONTREAL CANADIENS ANNOUNCE 23-MAN ROSTER FOR OPENING NIGHT VS TORONTO

Just before the NHL's 5pm ET deadline, the Canadiens announced the 23 players that will make up their roster to start the 2021-22 season. Let's dive in and take a look. Josh Anderson, Joel Armia, Alex Belzile, Adam Brooks, Cole Caufield, Jonathan Drouin, Christian Dvorak, Jake Evans, Brendan Gallagher, Artturi Lehkonen, Cedric Paquette, Mathieu Perreault, Ryan Poehling, Nick Suzuki, Tyler Toffoli.
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Sabres' Mattias Samuelsson: Lands on IR-NR

Samuelsson (lower body) was designated as an injured non-roster player Tuesday, PuckPedia reports. Samuelsson is still considered week-to-week with the lower-body injury he suffered in a Prospects Challenge game versus New Jersey in late September. Once cleared to play, the 2018 second-round pick will likely be assigned to AHL Rochester.
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The Final 23

Last night, Adam Vingan of The Athletic reported what many of us had already been anticipating, though many also not necessarily wanting the end result to be. The Preds have finalized their final 23-man roster. Matthieu Olivier has been placed on IR and his $750k salary will not be put up against the cap, for whatever that's worth. This leaves roughly $9.57 million in cap space according to PuckPedia.
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Golden Knights' Brett Howden: Begins season on IR

Howden (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Monday, according to PuckPedia. Howden was already ruled out for Tuesday's season opener against the Kraken but there's no clear timetable for his return. Even once he's healthy, the 23-year-old could regularly watch games from the press box.
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Golden Knights' Nicolas Roy: Lands on IR

Roy (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Monday, per PuckPedia. Roy will be unavailable for Tuesday's tilt with Seattle and there's been little information on when he may be able to return. Once he's healthy, the 24-year-old should get back into his bottom-six role.
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Islanders' Matt Martin: Moved to IR

Martin (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Monday, per PuckPedia. It's unclear how long Martin is expected to be out, but he'll be eligible to return as soon as Thursday against Carolina. The 32-year-old provides a strong physical presence in the Islanders' bottom six, racking up 698 hits over the last three seasons.
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Islanders' Semyon Varlamov: Placed on IR

Varlamov (undisclosed) was transferred to injured reserve on Monday, per PuckPedia. Varlamov just started skating again Monday so it's unlikely that he'll start Thursday's game against Carolina after missing the entire preseason. He shouldn't miss an extended period of time but Ilya Sorokin will handle most of the goaltending duties while he's gone. The 33-year-old posted an outstanding 2.04 GAA and .929 save percentage in 36 games last season.
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Boston Bruins Waive Chris Wagner And John Moore

The Boston Bruins waived veteran winger and Walpole, MA native Chris Wagner and veteran defenseman John Moore on Saturday. If both players clear, the moves will create $1.85 million in salary-cap space for the Boston Bruins. Per our good friends at PuckPedia, the Bruins would have $3.8 million in cap space.
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