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TORONTO (July 5, 2019) - The National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) announced that 40 players have elected Salary Arbitration:
 

Anaheim Ducks

Chase De Leo


Boston Bruins

Danton Heinen


Buffalo Sabres

Remi Elie

Jake McCabe

Evan Rodrigues

Linus Ullmark


Calgary Flames

Sam Bennett

Ryan Lomberg

David Rittich

Rinat Valiev
 

Carolina Hurricanes

Anton Forsberg

Brock McGinn


Colorado Avalanche

J.T. Compher

Sheldon Dries

Ryan Graves


Dallas Stars

Jason Dickinson


Florida Panthers

MacKenzie Weegar


Los Angeles Kings

Alex Iafallo


Montreal Canadiens

Joel Armia

Charles Hudon

Artturi Lehkonen


Nashville Predators

Rocco Grimaldi

Colton Sissons


New Jersey Devils

Will Butcher

Connor Carrick

Mirco Mueller


New York Rangers

Pavel Buchnevich

Jacob Trouba


Philadelphia Flyers

Scott Laughton


Pittsburgh Penguins

Zach Aston-Reese


St. Louis Blues

Jordan Binnington

Joel Edmundson

Zach Sanford

Oskar Sundqvist

 

Tampa Bay Lightning

Cedric Paquette (signed after filing)

 

Vegas Golden Knights

Malcolm Subban

Washington Capitals

Christian Djoos

Chandler Stephenson

 

Winnipeg Jets

Andrew Copp

Neal Pionk


The deadline for Club-Elected Salary Arbitration notification is July 6, 2019 at 5 p.m. ET. Salary Arbitration hearings will be held in Toronto from July 20 to Aug. 4, 2019.

https://www.nhlpa.com/news/1-17569/40-players-elect-salary-arbitration

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3 minutes ago, Fanuck said:

Lol...I alluded to the fact this guy seems like a complete 'me first' guy in another thread and got criticized heavily for it.  Seems like he won't be happy until he's completely ufa and gets overpaid. 

Seems to always be looking for trouba..................................

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5 minutes ago, apollo said:

Wow some big names here... does this mean these guys can't be offer sheeted at this point? 

How offer sheets work

For an RFA to be eligible to receive an offer sheet they either have to a) receive a qualifying offer, but not sign it or b) not be going to arbitration. Any player who does not receive a qualifying offer will become a UFA (like Robin Lehner last summer) and any player who elects for arbitration has to go through that process with their team in July or August. After that, if the team chooses to walk away from the arbiter’s decision, the player will become a UFA.

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The Flames are in cap trouble.  $9.4MM in cap space with Rittich, Bennett, Mangiapane and Tkachuk to sign. Tkachuk is gonna need to get paid - 77 points last year.

 

They have a couple of players they can demote or waive but that's gonna be tight.   Guess that's why Brodie is available.  Flames are not getting better - good news for the Canucks.

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1 minute ago, WalkWithElias40 said:

this means, BROCK HAS SIGNED A NEW CONTRACT WAITING TO BE ANNOUNCED !

I wish...Brock does not have arbitration rights this year. His options are to make a deal or sit out like Nylander last year. It will happen, 

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31 minutes ago, 73 Percent said:

The Las Vegas golden knights are taking the Washington capitals to arbitration?

 

 

BOLD MOVE

Exactly the type of bold, creative moves our management team never seems to be able to make.

 

tsk tsk

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