Jack Campbell on his departure?

According to our colleague Chris Johnston TSNToronto Maple Leafs has not offered contracts to future unrestricted agents Jack Campbell and Ilya Mikheev.

Toronto will have tough decisions to make between now and July 13. According to the site Friendly Cap, The Leafs has $7.84 million available for the upcoming campaign. They also only have 17 players on contract.

The Leafs currently have two contract goalkeepers on their roster: Petr Mrazek and Erik Kallgren.

The 30-year-old Campbell finished last season with a 31-9-6 and 2.64 goal-for-average score. It also posted a savings rate of 0.914. Cerberus was currently serving the final season of a two-year, $3.3 million contract.

For his part, Mikheev had the best season of his career with 21 goals and 32 points. He was looking for a contract worth between four and five million dollars a year.

Florey is back with the wilderness?

According to Darren Dreger, Minnesota Wild will be interested in bringing back Marc-Andre Fleury next season. However, Wild would have to do gymnastics wages; General Manager Bill Guerin owns only $7.38 million of space.

The three-time Stanley Cup winner of the Chicago Blackhawks was taken into the trade deadline for the second-round draft pick.

Guerin will have a busy summer ahead. Because of Zach Barris and Ryan Sutter’s contract purchases, the organization will face fines of up to 12.74 million salaries next year.

After the Stanley Cup Final, Manson’s Return to Anaheim?

According to Pierre Lebrun, Josh Manson’s days with the Colorado Avalanche could be numbered. A major player in avalanche since the start of the playoffs, the unrestricted free agent should be free in the air on July 13th.

Joe Sakic will be discontinued once the playoffs are over. Darcy Comber, Nazim Kadri and Valery Neshushkin will enjoy full autonomy this summer.

Reportedly, the Anaheim Ducks, who replaced Manson with Denver in March, are among the teams interested in the 30-year-old defensive man.

Otters would like to keep Ken

Edmonton Oilers general manager Ken Holland said he hopes to re-contract Evander Kane this summer.

Kane will be an unrestricted free agent, having joined the Oilers in January on a one-year, $2.1 million contract after the team terminated his seven-year contract with the San Jose Sharks.

Holland said he wasn’t aware of the impact of Kane’s grievance process with the Sharks, which is expected to extend beyond July 13 – when the free agent market begins – on the Oilers’ ability to put the winger under contract. Kane was in the fourth year of a seven-year, $49 million contract when his contract was terminated due to an alleged breach of COVID-19 protocols. He would lose about $22.9 million.

The NHL announced in January that Kane would not be disciplined for the alleged breach of protocol that occurred while with the AHL’s San Jose Barracuda.

The 30-year-old has 22 goals and 39 points in 43 games for the Oilers this season. He added 13 goals and 17 points in 15 games to bring Edmonton to the Western Conference Finals.

The fourth overall pick by the Atlanta Thrashers in the 2009 draft, Kane played in the NHL with the Winnipeg Thrashers/Jets, Buffalo Sabers, San Jose Sharks and Oilers.



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