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Sebastian Aho and the Carolina Hurricanes have begun talking about a potential contract extension.

The 21-year-old has just one year remaining on his entry-level deal, so both sides will have to get something done before the 2019-20 season. "We've been talking about something," Aho said. "But I've got nothing to say yet." Aho finished his second year with 29 goals and 65 points in 78 games last season. He's one of Carolina's brightest young stars, which means the team should do everything in their power to keep him around.
Source: NHL.com
Aug 16 - 3:47 PM

Patrik Laine says he's not in a hurry to sign a contract extension with the Winnipeg Jets.

Laine has one year remaining on his entry-level contract, so the Jets are going to have to take care of business at some point in the near future. "It's not something we need to hurry because I still have a contract," Laine said. "But obviously that's something I want to do at some point and they want to do. But there's no rush. I really don't care. There's no rush, really. I can do it next summer or this summer. I don't mind." The 20-year-old had 44 goals and 26 assists in 82 games last season. Whenever he signs his new deal, it'll be for a significant amount of money.
Source: NHL.com
Aug 16 - 2:21 PM

Lance Bouma has signed a one-year deal plus an option with Swiss club Geneve-Servette.

The 28-year-old had just three goals and six assists in 53 games with the 'Hawks last season. He also added seven goals and seven assists in 20 games in the AHL. Bouma's former teammate, Tommy Wingels, also signed with the same team this off-season.
Source: GSHC.ch
Aug 16 - 1:30 PM

Tommy Wingels has signed a one-year contract plus an option with Swiss team Geneve-Servette.

Wingels split last season between the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks. He accumulated nine goals and 17 points in 75 games during the regular season. He also participated in four playoff games with the Bruins. The 30-year-old's days of playing in the NHL might just be over.
Source: GSHC.ch
Aug 16 - 1:26 PM

Carey Price might become the winningest goaltender in Montreal Canadiens history during the 2018-19 season.

Price is currently third on the list with 286 victories, but Patrick Roy (289) and Jacques Plante (314) are within reach. Of course, Price would have to stay healthy to have a shot at setting the franchise mark this year. The 31-year-old had a disappointing season in 2017-18, as he had a 16-26-7 record, a 3.11 goals-against-average and a .900 save percentage. The Canadiens need him to bounce back in a big way if they're going to have any shot at making the postseason.
Aug 16 - 11:45 AM

Canucks director of player development Ryan Johnson wants to see Nikolay Goldobin become more explosive on his skates.

"He needs to get more explosive, he needs to have neutral zone separation speed to use the gifts that he has," Johnson told Sportsnet's Rick Dhaliwal. There's no denying that Goldobin is a gifted offensive player, but he hasn't put it all together yet at the NHL level. The 22-year-old had eight goals and 14 points in 38 games with the Canucks last season. Assuming he has a great training camp, he should be able to get himself onto the Canucks' rebuilding roster. As gifted as he is, he isn't worth owning in standard fantasy leagues for now.
Aug 16 - 10:36 AM

Red Wings head coach Jeff Blashill is worried about Henrik Zetterberg's back injury.

"He’s had a hard summer and I don’t think his back is reacting great," Blashill said. "Certainly we’ll know more in a month (at training camp), but as of today, there’s a lot of doubt as to whether his back will be healthy enough to play." Zetterberg isn't the player he once was, but he's still the most important leader on the roster. The 37-year-old had 11 goals and 56 points in 82 games last season. Even if he's eventually able to suit up again, fantasy general managers will probably want to stay away from him in all formats.
Aug 16 - 9:39 AM

Former Carolina Hurricanes forward Zach Boychuk believes Jeff Skinner will be a great fit in Buffalo.

Skinner and Boychuk played together for a few years with the 'Canes, so they're familiar with each other. "I think him and Eichel will be an exciting pair," Boychuk said. "I don’t think Jeff has played with a superstar right-handed center before so he might get a lot more passes. Jeff is one of the purest goal scorers in close around the net. He’s had some up and down seasons but consistently puts up over 20 goals. He has a high ceiling and can create scoring chances by himself." Not only is Skinner going to start the season on a new team, he's also entering his contract year, which means he'll have plenty of motivation to have a great year. The 26-year-old had 24 goals and 49 points in 82 games with Carolina in 2017-18.
Aug 16 - 8:46 AM
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