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LITR Placement: The Blackhawks places Oscar Klefbom on the LITR 




Oilers' Oscar Klefbom: Could miss another season
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire


Klefbom (shoulder) has a "very slim chance" at playing during the 2021-22 season, Mark Spector of Sportsnet.ca reports.

Klefbom already missed the entire 2020-21 campaign with a shoulder injury that wasn't surgically repaired until late March. He tallied 34 points in 62 games during the 2019-20 season while averaging over 25 minutes of ice time. Edmonton's acquisition of Duncan Keith would lessen the blow of the 27-year-old being absent for another year.


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48 minutes ago, Nail said:



The Los Angeles Kings have signed Jordan Oesterle to a 1 year deal worth $2.000M.


@Down by the River

Jordan will round out our dmen after moving on from Trouba and others this offseason. 


Kane - Nelson - Bjorkstrand

Engvall - Blackwell -Brown

Jeannot - Pitlick - Fischer

________ - Bunnaman - Caggiula



Karlsson - Orlov

Toews - Soucy

Kulak - Oesterle





Looking to round out the lineup with some short-term deals. 


I think it is pretty clear the direction we are headed. Thanks to the GMs before me that made LA a competitive team. Looking to now put my own stamp on things.


LAK are looking for picks and prospects, especially dmen. 

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Chicago Blackhawks would like to terminate the Contract of Kasimir Kaskisuo 





Kasimir Kaskisuo

27-year-old Kasimir Kaskisuo originally comes from Vantaa just north of Helsinki where he began his hockey career at the capital club Jokerit, which he came to represent up to J20 level. After his junior years at home in Finland, his career continued with games in the Minnesota Wilderness in the NAHL and the University of Minnesota-Duluth in the NCAA between the years 2013-2016. In the spring of 2016, Kaskisuo was contracted by the NHL organization Toronto Maple Leafs and the following season, 2016/2017, games in the AHL were alternated with the Toronto Marlies with ECHL games in the Orlando Solar Bears. The following season, Kaskisuo was loaned out to the Chicaco Wolves where he seriously made his way into the AHL.

In the 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 seasons, Kaskisuo was back in the Toronto Marlies where he got more and more playing time with good results, which attracted interest from the Nashville Predators, who contracted the Finnish goalkeeper in October 2020. However, under the circumstances of the corona pandemic, last season, which meant that Kaskisuo only played one game during the winter, this with the Nashville Predators in the NHL.

The newly signed contract with Kasimir Kaskisuo is valid over the next two seasons, up to and including the 2022/2023 season.


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Late to the draft posting here, non the less


Sasha Pastujov - (Drafted 25th overall 2021 FL Draft - Tampa Bay Lightning - Drafted 66th Overall 2021 NHL Draft (-41))

Xavier Bourgault - (Drafted 28th overall 2021 FL Draft - Tampa Bay Lightning - Drafted 22nd Overall 2021 NHL Draft (+6))

Shai Buium - (Drafted 65th overall 2021 FL Draft - Tampa Bay Lightning - Drafted 36th Overall 2021 NHL Draft (+29))

Florian Elias - (Drafted 91st Overall in the 2021 FL draft - Tampa Bay Lighting - Undrafted (NIL))

Niko Huuhtanen - (Drafted 115th overall 2021 FL Draft - Tampa Bay Lightning - Drafted 224th Overall 2021 NHL Draft (-109))

Sasha Teleguine - (Drafted 154th Overall in the 2021 FL draft - Tampa Bay Lighting - Undrafted (NIL))

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The Vancouver Canucks are happy to report our prospects results at the World Junior Summer Showcase are even better than expected. The Finns outscored their US and Swedish counterparts 26 to 19 all together and about a third of those goals were put in my our dudes. Can't complain about that at all. Finland won 5 games with just one loss in OT vs USA WHITE (four teams competed: Sweden, Finland and USA WHITE along with USA BLUE and it would seem the US teams didn't play against each other at all)


18 year old Center, Aatu Raty: 6 goals 8 assists for 14 points in 6 games played and +8 over the tourney!


19 year old Defender, Topi Niemela: 2 goals 4 assists for 6 points in 6 games and +10 over the tourney!


18 year old Right Winger, Samu Tuomaala: 1 goal 1 assist for 2 points in 6 games and +2 over the tourney.


18 year old Defender, Ville Ottavainen: held off the scoresheet entirely with no penalties and no points but fulfilling his role beautifully going +2 over the event.


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Minnesota draft report;


Warning explicit content;



We drafted Logan Mailloux; 


What can we say, when u get drunk and draft?  You sometimes get F'd! 


17th overall  Carson Lambos            6'1'' 204lb LHD from Winnipeg who went 26th 

48th overall  Logan Mailloux             6'3'' 214lb RHD from Bell River who went 31st

49th overall  Alexander Kiisakov       5'10'' 141lb RW from Moscow who went 53rd

69th overall  Kiril Kirsanov                 6'1'' 198llb  LHD from Tver, part man part Ox went 69th 

111th overall Ryan Wiinter                 6'1'' 190lb LW from Markham who went 67th

113th overall  Jakub Brabenec             6'1'' 165lb C from Brno who went 102knd

138th overall  Nikita Novikov                 6'4'' 207lb LHD from Moskva who went 188th

145th overall  Viljami Juusola                5'10'' 165lb PMD from Kirkonummi undrafted 


We took two or three approaches;


Volume selections on D

Gambled on players with scouting reports speaking to skill & athleticism, underrepresented # games due to Covid

U18 performances in later rounds 


Some players with high floor (Kirsanov), some with a high ceiling (Kisakov) and some % bets. Pretty nervous about Mailloux!  



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^ it is fantasy hockey and you didn't take him in the first round: no worries on you mate. its the real life first round thing that is the issue for a lot of people.

I like that the guy won't be in camp and the Habs will make him accountable for the year he is missing is going to include character building, from what I have read. You maybe made a good pick for fantasy hockey.

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