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NHL Rumors: News from Jack Campbell, Marc-Andre Fleury and Josh Manson

NHL Rumors: News from Jack Campbell, Marc-Andre Fleury and Josh Manson

According to our colleague Chris Johnston TSNToronto Maple Leafs has not yet offered contracts to future unrestricted free agents Jack Campbell And the 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 goalkeeper list: Peter Marazek And the Eric Calgren.

The 30-year-old Campbell finished last season with a 31-9-6 and 2.64 goals-to-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 will be looking for a contract worth between four and five million dollars annually.

Florey is back with the wilderness?

Darren Dreger says Minnesota Wild is interested in his resettlement Marc-Andre Fleury next season. However, Wild would have to do gymnastics wages; General Manager Bill Guerin owns only $7.38 million of the space.

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

Jeeran will have a busy summer ahead. Because of the buybacks Zach Barris Based on Ryan SutterThe organization will impose penalties of $12.74 million on the salary cap next year.

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

According to Pierre Lebrun, the days were Josh Manson With the collapse of Colorado can be counted. A major player in avalanche since the start of the playoffs, the unrestricted free agent should be free in the air on July 13th.

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Joe Sakic will be discontinued once the playoffs are over. Darcy ComberAnd the Nazim Qadri And the Valery Neshushkin They will all gain full autonomy this summer.

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