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Toronto Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock sees Andreas Johnsson as an NHLer for the 2018-19 season.

"[Andreas] is a player who has shown that he is ready for the next level," Babcock said. "It's so important to score at the level you're at if you want to be a scorer before you move on and [he has] done that. ... What it shows you is that the time is right for him. It didn't hurt him to play for us at all, to help him with his confidence." Johnsson appeared in nine regular-season games and six playoff contests with the Maple Leafs last season. He amassed 26 goals and 54 points in 54 matches with the Marlies in 2017-18. Johnsson also had 10 goals and 24 points in 16 postseason outings en route to being named the MVP of Toronto's Calder Cup-winning squad. He will look to cement his spot on the roster at training camp in the fall.
Source: NHL.com
Jun 17 - 5:10 PM

Jared Staal has finished his playing career and has taken a job with OHA Edmonton as an assistant coach.

"We are pleased to have Jared join our coaching staff for the 2018-19 season," said OHA Edmonton GM Randall Weber. "Coming from such a big hockey family, combined with his own playing career that saw him get to the NHL level, he brings a smart and innovative hockey mind to our program and we look forward to him working with our student athletes next season." Staal only played in two NHL games during his career. He spent most of his time in the AHL, but also had stints in the ECHL and in the United Kingdom with EIHL's Edinburgh Capitals.
Jun 17 - 4:03 PM

Alex Grant will play for Jokerit of the KHL in 2018-19.

Grant spent the 2017-18 season with the Iowa Wild of the AHL. He registered 13 goals, 36 points and 79 penalty minutes in 73 games for Minnesota's minor-league affiliate. Grant has two goals in seven career NHL appearances.
Jun 17 - 3:47 PM

Scottie Upshall is expected to look around as an unrestricted free agent.

The door isn't completely closed on Upshall being back with the St. Louis Blues, but the team told him to look around at other possibilities. The Blues have some younger players who could challenge for spots, so there might be room for someone like Upshall on the roster next season. His 2017-18 campaign ended in late March because of lacerated kidney all indications are that his recovery is going well.
Jun 17 - 3:10 PM

St. Louis GM Doug Armstrong has held talks with pending UFA Kyle Brodziak.

"At that age, it's as much term as it is dollars," Armstrong said. "But his agent and I have spoken and there's a mutual respect for what he does and we're hoping to see if we can talk probably at the draft, or just after." The 34-year-old center notched 10 goals and 33 points in 81 games last season. The Blues may offer him a short-term deal.
Jun 17 - 3:03 PM

Ryane Clowe will reportedly become the first coach of the ECHL's Newfoundland Growlers, according to sources.

Clowe was recently inducted into the Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador Hall of Fame. He had been serving as an assistant on John Hynes’s coaching staff in New Jersey for the last two seasons.
Jun 17 - 1:56 PM
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