Report: Subban seeks $8.5M in arbitration, Habs offer $5.25M
With both sides scheduled for their hearing on Friday, the Montreal Canadiens and restricted free agent P.K. Subban have set up their respective asking prices in salary arbitration. According to Ken Campbell of The Hockey News, the Canadiens submitted an offer of $5.25 million on a one-year contract, while Subban's camp is asking for $8.5 million. Full Story.(Photo: The Canadian Press)
Bringing Back Matt
The Winnipeg Jets are bringing back forward Matt Halischuk. The unrestricted free agent agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way deal with the Jets on Wednesday that is worth $725,000 at the NHL level. Full Story.
Building The Staff
The Montreal Canadiens have hired Dan Lacroix as assistant coach and Rob Ramage as player development coach. Lacroix, 45, worked as an assistant coach in the NHL for seven of the past eight seasons, including last season with the Eastern Conference champion New York Rangers. Full Story.
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NHL: Tracking and analyzing all the signings and trades in a busy offseason. More...
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-  Tuukka Rask, Boston
-  Ryan Getzlaf, Anaheim
-  Henrik Lundqvist, N.Y. Rangers
-  Patrice Bergeron, Boston
-  P.K. Subban, Montreal
Playoffs - Updated June 16
Gino Reda has the latest news and updates from the NHL from the start of the season all the way through the offseason.
When the games are over, Steve Kouleas hosts the ultimate highlight show for hockey fans.
- July 1:
Free agent signing period begins
- Oct. 8:
Opening Night of 2014-15 regular season
Gamenight Montreal host Eric Thomas speaks with Lars Eller just hours after the Canadiens' Centreman signed a 4 year, 14 million dollar with the Habs.
Jonas and James take a look at how the leafs have faired in the off season and discuss how the team can fill the remaining holes in it's roster.
Habs Director of Amateur Scouting, Trevor Timmins, meets the media in Philadelphia, post-draft.