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TORONTO (Oct. 10, 2020) - The National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) announced that 26 players have elected Salary Arbitration:


Boston Bruins

Matt Grzelcyk


Buffalo Sabres

Victor Olofsson

Sam Reinhart

Linus Ullmark


Calgary Flames

Andrew Mangiapane


Carolina Hurricanes

Clark Bishop

Haydn Fleury

Warren Foegele

Gustav Forsling


Colorado Avalanche

Ryan Graves


Detroit Red Wings

Tyler Bertuzzi


Florida Panthers

MacKenzie Weegar


Minnesota Wild

Kaapo Kahkonen


New York Islanders

Joshua Ho-Sang

Ryan Pulock

Devon Toews


New York Rangers

Tony DeAngelo

Alexandar Georgiev

Brendan Lemieux

Ryan Strome


Ottawa Senators

Connor Brown

Christian Jaros

Nick Paul

Chris Tierney


Toronto Maple Leafs

Ilya Mikheyev


Vancouver Canucks

Jake Virtanen


The deadline for Club-Elected Salary Arbitration notification is Oct. 11 at 5 p.m. ET. Salary Arbitration hearings will be held from Oct. 20 to Nov. 8.


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Just now, CanuckGAME said:

Jake was on pace for an almost 50 point season while constantly getting punished and put on the 3rd and 4th lines.  Very limited time in the top 6.


He deserves a pay bump.    As you can see from all the players leaving,  looks like this team is not willing to pay their guys anymore.  

You forgot to mention we've sat through a 7 year rebuild in this post :frantic:

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2 minutes ago, Coconuts said:

He's due for a raise, but I don't think that last part is particularly fair


Marky was never going to get what he got from Calgary from us, not with Demko in the stable and the expansion draft looming


Tanev will be 31 in December, I don't blame Benning for not being willing to give him what he got, he played a full season for the first time at age 29-30 


Stecher didn't get an offer as far as I know, but clearly they weren't willing to qualify him and are likely looking to improve that spot 


You don't overhaul your defense by bringing everyone back, it doesn't work 


Moving on from players and not be prepared to pay them aren't always the same thing 

This is all fair.


I guess we have to be patient to see what Jim has up his sleeves.  But so far we went from 1 win from the WCF,  to a team that will not make the playoffs unless our back end is improved dramatically.

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