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NHL Information: Adin Hill, Victor Mete, Vladimir Tarasenko, and Ottawa Senators Information

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Coyotes Avoid Arbitration With Adin Hill

San Jose sharks: The San Jose Sharks have signed previously arbitrator goalkeeper Adin Hill on a two-year deal with an AAV of $ 2.175 million.

The Sharks now have $ 2.61 million in predicted cap space with 23 players under contract. Hill expects to be the starting goalkeeper in San Jose for the coming season.

Victor Mete signs again with the Ottawa Senators

Ottawa Senators: Victor Mete stays with the Ottawa Senators on a $ 1.2 million one-year deal.

Mete is a nice puck moving defender who doesn’t shoot for the point often. The argument is that maybe he should, considering his shot is slightly above average. The problem is accuracy.

Mete is a pretty good shot suppressor too, and Ottawa can use that.

Zach Sanford re-ups with St. Louis

Jeremy Rutherford: Zach Sanford stays with the St. Louis Blues as the striker signs a one-year deal for $ 2 million.

Sanford will continue to be a restricted free agent at the end of the 2021-22 season. The striker is a nice defensive striker who can be offensive on occasion. His Target quota is considered efficientt in most circles.

Logan Stanley and Winnipeg Jets agree on a two-year deal

Winnipeg Jets: Winnipeg and Logan Stanley have agreed on a two-year contract for the defense attorney.

The deal is valued at AAV 900,000, or $ 1.8 million for the term of the contract.

Stanley, only 23 years old, made a solid impression for the Jets in the playoffs with three points (two goals) in eight games. He played 26 games during the season and scored three assists and four points.

Vladimir Tarasenko’s situation is ugly for St. Louis, Tarasenko

Jim Thomas: Is Vladimir Tarasenko’s situation so bad now that he may not be traded before the start of the season? That is an option. The Russian considers the shoulder operations botched. St. Louis believes that at some point Tarasenko did no favors with his level of play.

Either way, there was barely any upcoming deal for the St. Louis forward. Rumors continue, but little else at this point. To be honest, little has developed, even if Tarasenko is apparently ready to forego his NTC.

Is Ottawa Looking For A Top Six Center?

Shawn Simpson: Colin White and his contract could be postponed to pave the way for such a deal. It would allow a player like Shane Pinto to get into the 3C at some point. The problem is that Ottawa Senators must acquire Cap Space. They are currently around $ 7.3 million below the cap.


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