Andreas Athanasiou Re-Signs with Detroit Red Wings


Forward Andreas Athanasiou signed a one year, $1.387 million contract with the Detroit Red Wings. The deal comes after a protracted stalemate between the player and the club. Athanasiou has been practising in Switzerland during the dispute. He will be a restricted free agent again next summer. Athanasiou has spent the first 101 games of […] READ MORE

Leon Draisaitl Re-Signs With Edmonton Oilers


Center/Left Winger Leon Draisaitl re-signs with the Edmonton Oilers after a terrific year on the wing of Connor McDavid. Draisaitl signed an eight-year year, $68 million contract with the Oilers. His contract will see him stay with the team until 2025. Draisaitl has spent the first three seasons of his career in Edmonton. Leon Draisaitl […] READ MORE

Nolan Patrick Signs Entry-Level Contract with Philadelphia Flyers


A couple days after number one overall pick Nico Hischier signed his entry-level contract with the New Jersey Devils, the Philadelphia Flyers got their prize in Nolan Patrick under contract today. Nolan Patrick’s ELC is exactly like Nico Hischier’s. $925K base salary with schedule A and B bonuses. #Flyers — Dave Isaac (@davegisaac) July 17, […] READ MORE

Brian Campbell Retires After 17 Seasons


Defenseman Brian Campbell has decided to hang up the skates after nearly two decades of NHL experience. Brian Campbell has announced his retirement. — Stephen Whyno (@SWhyno) July 17, 2017 Brian Campbell Retires After 17 Seasons It has been reported that the former Blackhawk will join Chicago’s front office for the next chapter in his […] READ MORE

Curtis Lazar Re-Signs With Calgary Flames

Curtis Lazar signed a two-year, $1.9 million contract with the Calgary Flames. His contract carries an $950,000 AAV. Lazar spent the first three years of his career with the Ottawa Senators before getting traded to Calgary at the 2017 Trade Deadline. .@CortexBusiness Transaction Alert: The #Flames have inked @CurtisLazar95 to a two-year deal ~ […] READ MORE

The Carolina Hurricanes Will Make the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs


It’s been a long time since the Carolina Hurricanes were relevant. In fact, they have never been consistently so since 2001, making the playoffs just three times in that span. They have only made the playoffs twice after the 2004-05 lockout. Each time they’ve broken through however, they’ve left a lasting impression. The Carolina Hurricanes […] READ MORE