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Noel Gunler (CAR) unleashing the weapon pic.twitter.com/uniSLsM8U0— /Cam Robinson/ (@Hockey_Robinson) December 26, 2020
- There were a couple of transactions that happened this weekend over two different leagues and one involving the Canes.
OFFICIAL: We have acquired a second-round pick in the 2021 NHL Draft from the Ottawa Senators in exchange for Derek Stepan.— Arizona Coyotes (@ArizonaCoyotes) December 27, 2020
KHL trade with some #Flames implications: Pyotr Kochetkov, the Carolina goalie prospect, traded from Vityaz to Torpedo. Potentially opens up more of a role for Daniil Chechelev in Vityaz's system.— Ryan Pike (@RyanNPike) December 27, 2020
- Free agent, Mike Hoffman finally signed with a team. He signed a PTO with the St. Louis Blues. The PTO part is to get around cap implications. They will be able to have him on the roster on opening day. [St. Louis Blues]
- The Washington Capitals have signed goaltender Craig Anderson, to a PTO contract after the Henrik Lundqvist news. [Sportsnet]
Letestu appeared in 567 career games and scored 210 points (93 goals, 117 assists) with the Penguins, Columbus Blue Jackets, Edmonton Oilers and Winnipeg Jets.https://t.co/oMw6tNlwkL— Tribune-ReviewSports (@TribSports) December 28, 2020
- The Athletic has been running a series about how they would run teams. This edition focuses on the Hurricanes. [$The Athletic]
- The Ottawa Senators made another trade, this time with the Tampa Bay Lightning. The trade will allow the Lightning to get under the cap after they could not move Tyler Johnson.
The Ottawa Senators are adding Braydon Coburn, Cedric Paquette and a 2022 second round pick in a trade with the Tampa Bay Lightning.— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) December 28, 2020
- In case you missed it, here are the announced rule changes for the 2020-2021 season. [NHL]