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NHL Rumors: Maple Leafs, Rangers, Blackhawks, and the Golden Knights

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Maple Leafs RFA Rasmus Sandin

Chris Johnston: Maple Leafs GM Dubas on RFA defenseman Rasmus Sandin: “We wish he was here … and we hope he’s here as soon as possible.”

The Rangers have added belongings for the Patrick Kane Derby, and so they aren’t the one workforce

Larry Brooks of the NY Post: The New York Rangers now have two first-round picks after buying and selling defenseman Nils Lundkvist to the Dallas Stars that they will use to their benefit nearer to the NHL commerce deadline.

Will they be in “the Patrick Kane Derby” when it begins to take form?

@Account4hockey: Frank Seravalli mentioned on Bob Stauffer’s Oilers Now radio present that the Edmonton Oilers, Toronto Maple Leafs, and New York Rangers are among the many groups which have reached out to the Chicago Blackhawks about Patrick Kane.

Blackhawks don’t have any intentions of buying and selling Patrick Kane or Jonathan Toews

Mark Lazerus: Chicago Blackhawks GM Kyle Davidson mentioned that he doesn’t have any intention or had any discussions about buying and selling forwards Patrick Kane or Jonathan Toews.

Davidson added that neither Kane nor Toews have intentions of asking for a commerce.

They’ll cross that bridge when the time comes if one thing modifications.

Nicolas Hague received’t be in camp when the Golden Knights open up at present

Jesse Granger of The Athletic: Vegas Golden Knights RFA defenseman Nicolas Hague isn’t anticipated to be at coaching camp when it opens at present.

“We continue to have conversations (with the Golden Knights), but at this point it’s just not there yet,” Hague’s agent Murray Koontz of WD Sports & Entertainment informed The Athletic on Wednesday. “We’re hopeful that something will get done, but unfortunately it’s not at the point where we’re confident that he’s going to be there.”

Hague skilled this offseason in Vegas and is hopeful a deal can get completed quickly.

With Robin Lehner and Shea Weber on the LTIR, the Golden Knights may have about $2.62 million in cap house, and probably an extra $1.2 million in Nolan Patrick goes to overlook the season (a risk based on Elliotte Friedman).

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