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HomeSportsHockeyPlayer Signings: Josh Dunne, Julien Gauthier, Brock Boeser and Nick Paul

Player Signings: Josh Dunne, Julien Gauthier, Brock Boeser and Nick Paul

The Blue Jackets re-sign Josh Dunne

Aaron Portzline: The Columbus Blue Jackets have res-signed RFA ahead Josh Dune to a one-year, two-way contract.

Aaron Portzline: Dune can have an $874,125 wage cap hit.

The Rangers re-sign Julien Gauthier

Cap Friendly: The New York Rangers have signed ahead Julien Gauthier to a one-year cope with an $800,000 cap hit.

The Canucks re-sign Brock Boeser

Canucks Communications: The Vancouver Canucks have signed ahead Brock Boeser to a three-year contract with a wage cap hit of $6.65 million.

“We’re very happy to have worked out a new deal for Brock” stated Allvin. “He is a very talented player and has been an effective goal scorer throughout his entire career. We look forward to seeing his game progress in the years to come. Now that his contract is in place for three seasons, Brock can shift his entire focus to his on-ice performance.”

Puck Pedia: Boeser will get $6.65 million every season. The third 12 months of the deal he’ll have a modified no-trade clause.

Rick Dhaliwal: Jim Rutherford after the signing: “A good compromise was made by both sides. This negotiation was hard, you had the qualifying offer, it was hard to find a middle ground but we did and we are very happy. Émilie Castonguay did a really good job for us.”

The Lightning lengthen Nick Paul

Joe Smith: The Tampa Bay Lightning have re-signed ahead Nick Paul to a seven-year contract with an AAV of $3.15 million.

Puck Pedia: Contract breakdown for Paul.

2022-23: $750,000 wage and a $3.4 million signing bonus
2023-24: $2.15 million wage and a $2 million signing bonus
2024-25: $3.25 million wage
2025-26: $3 million wage
2026-27: $1.5 million wage and a $1 million signing bonus
2027-28: $1.5 million wage and a $1 million signing bonus
2028-29: $1.5 million wage and a $1 million signing bonus

Cap Friendly: The Tampa Bay Lightning now have a projected wage cap hit of $87,633,333, which is $5.13 above the cap ceiling.

Defenseman Brent Seabrook will ultimately be positioned on the LTIR, which can go away them with $1.74 million in area.

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