Trade Targets: Sizing up the NHL's goaltending market this summer - Daily Faceoff

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TRADE TARGETS 🎯: @frank_seravalli sizes up the busy goaltending market, one week out from the #NHLDraft.

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TRADE TARGETS 🎯: frank_seravalli sizes up the busy goaltending market, one week out from the NHLDraft.

Rangers backup Alexandar Georgiev is the latest netminder to join the Trade Targets board as the music begins to play on the NHL's annual game of goaltending musical chairs.

Contract: Pending RFA, Arbitration EligibleScoop: It sounds like the first preference of the Canucks is to re-sign Boeser. However, if that is their true intention, negotiations to this point have been rather cold. Boeser is due a $7.5 million qualifying offer by July 11 at 5:00 p.m. ET. We know the Canucks will at least issue that, which if accepted on July 13, would bring him back on a one-year deal. Vancouver doesn’t seem willing to go long-term. Can they work out a two or three-year deal before then? If not, will he be traded? After a tough year off the ice, which culminated in his father passing away last month, the bet is on Boeser bouncing back next year.

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However, if that is their true intention, negotiations to this point have been rather cold. Boeser is due a $7./AP).5 million qualifying offer by July 11 at 5:00 p. In that wake, Minnesota was left with hefty cap penalties, which will cost them $12.m. ET. More from Sportsnet.

We know the Canucks will at least issue that, which if accepted on July 13, would bring him back on a one-year deal. After the trade was made, Fiala immediately signed a seven-year deal with the Kings that comes with a $7. Vancouver doesn’t seem willing to go long-term. Can they work out a two or three-year deal before then? If not, will he be traded? After a tough year off the ice, which culminated in his father passing away last month, the bet is on Boeser bouncing back next year. 18. “He had a great year and we just were not going to be able to do it,” Guerin said. Anthony Beauvillier Left Wing, New York Islanders Age: 25 Stats: 75 GP, 12 G, 22 A, 34 Pts Contract: 2 more seasons, $4.

15 million AAV Scoop: Beauvillier’s name popped up on a few teams’ radars in the last week or so, someone that the Islanders may be willing to part with this summer if Lou Lamoriello has any designs on shaking things up. Beauvillier’s progression seems to have flatlined a bit. We knew we were going to have to move him. After scoring 21 goals in 2017-18 as a 21-year-old, he has not been able to get back to that mark, netting just 12 in 75 games – which was a drop-off from the previous season. He is no doubt a talented player, which is why teams may have interest, even if he isn’t exactly producing commensurate with his cap hit. 19. Faber, meantime, is a homegrown player currently playing at the University of Minnesota, where he’ll return next season.

Anaheim Ducks’ Cap Space Must Spend $18 million to Get to Salary Floor Scoop: For new GM Pat Verbeek, spending to the salary floor certainly won’t be a challenge. The gap will grow a little wider if John Gibson (No. 5) and his $6. “LA they came in right away and were serious.4 million hit is moving on. To that end, the Ducks have let other teams know that they’re interested in taking on problematic contracts in exchange for draft capital and flippable assets.

Verbeek already tried to do that with Evgenii Dadonov (voided) and took on John Moore’s deal from Boston to increase the return for Hampus Lindholm. There is lots of promise blossoming around this team, which also has to be mindful of the effective windows for Anze Kopitar (34) and Drew Doughty (32). Anaheim can be a major player in that space this summer. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 20. One of Jesse Puljujarvi or Kailer Yamamoto Forwards, Edmonton Oilers Ages: 24, 23 Stats: 65 GP, 14 G, 22 A, 36 Pts  / 81 GP, 20 G, 21 A, 41 Pts Contract: Both Pending RFAs, both Arbitration Eligible Scoop: It’s a safe bet that one of these two players will not be returning to the Oilers next season. A fantastic player in transition, Fiala was second to Kirill Kaprizov in every major offensive stat category this past season. Both are fan favorites.

But both require new deals, likely both raises, and GM Ken Holland acknowledged that Edmonton will have to watch every dollar. “Am I willing to trade some assets in a deal that will make us better? Yes I am,” Holland said Wednesday. 1 through to the COVID pause on the season, he was third in league scoring with 26 points in 19 games. Edmonton’s preference would likely be to keep Yamamoto, but he would bring the bigger return. 21. Lawson Crouse . If there is one thing to be mindful of it’s that Fiala hasn’t come through with a playoff performance as explosive yet.