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NHL Information: Avalanche, Kraken, Wage Arbitration, and the Blackhawks



Avs signs defender Murray

DNVR avalanche: The Colorado Avalanche have signed defense attorney Ryan Murray to a $ 2 million one-year deal.

Grubauer’s contract is fixed

Sports network: The Seattle Kraken has fixed the contract problems with goalkeeper Philipp Grubauer after he was rejected for violating the CBA. The Kraken moved $ 250,000 from 2023-24 to 2022-23.

Puck Pedia: “This contract is considered to be frontloaded, as the remuneration in the first half (3 years) exceeds the second half. The CBA has different rules for year-to-year variability when a contract is frontloaded or backloaded. “

Puck Pedia: Revised salary breakdown.

2021-22: $ 5 million
2022-23: $ 6.25 million (up from $ 6 million)
2023-24: $ 7.25 million (down from $ 7.5 million)
2024-25: $ 6.8 million
2025-26: $ 5.6 million
2026-27: $ 4.5 million

Players who have filed a pay arbitration

TSN: List of players who have filed for pay arbitration, starting August 11th and ending August 26th if necessary. Dates for each TBA game.

Nikita Zadorov – Calgary Flames
Dennis Gilbert – Colorado Avalanche
Adam Erne – Detroit Red Wings
Jakub Vrana – Detroit Red Wings
Michael McNiven – Montreal Canadiens
Dante Fabbro – Nashville Predators
Juuse Saros – Nashville Predators
Adam Pelech – New York Islanders
Victor Mete – Senators from Ottawa
Zach Aston-Reese – Pittsburgh Penguins
Adin Hill – San Jose Sharks
Vince Dunn – Seattle Kraken
Zach Sanford – St. Louis Blues
Ross Colton – Tampa Bay Lightning
Jason Dickinson – Vancouver Canucks
Andrew Copp – Winnipeg Jets
Neal Pionk – Winnipeg Jets

Blackhawks will publish their results

Sports network: Chicago Blackhawks CEO Danny Wirtz said they will release their findings from their independent 2010 investigation by their former assistant coach into alleged sexual assault on two players. Wirtz sent a memo to the team members yesterday.

“We will share the results with you, our partners and our fans and immediately make changes to fix the results and shortcomings of our organization,” Wirtz wrote in the memo. “I can assure you that we are using this process to provide the necessary self-reflection to improve our organization and ensure that our workplace is safe and inclusive.”





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