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TSN.ca keeps you up to date as the Seattle Kraken unveil their expansion draft roster.
Expansion Draft Selections
Boston Bruins - D Jeremy Lauzon
Buffalo Sabres - D Will Borgen
Detroit Red Wings - D Dennis Cholowski
Florida Panthers - G Chris Driedger
Montreal Canadiens - D Cale Fleury
Ottawa Senators - G Joey Daccord
Tampa Bay Lightning - F Yanni Gourde
Toronto Maple Leafs - F Jared McCann
Carolina Hurricanes - F Morgan Geekie
Columbus Blue Jackets - D Gavin Bayreuther
New Jersey Devils - F Nathan Bastian
New York Islanders - F Jordan Eberle
New York Rangers - F Colin Blackwell
Philadelphia Flyers - F Carson Twarynski
Pittsburgh Penguins - F Brandon Tanev
Washington Capitals - G Vitek Vanecek
Arizona Coyotes - F Tyler Pitlick
Chicago Blackhawks - F John Quenneville
Colorado Avalanche - F Joonas Donskoi
Dallas Stars - D Jamie Oleksiak
Minnesota Wild - D Carson Soucy
Nashville Predators - F Calle Jarnkrok
St. Louis Blues - D Vince Dunn
Winnipeg Jets - F Mason Appleton
Anaheim Ducks - D Haydn Fleury
Calgary Flames - D Mark Giordano
Edmonton Oilers - D Adam Larsson
Los Angeles Kings - D Kurtis MacDermid
San Jose Sharks - F Alexander True
Vancouver Canucks - F Kole Lind
Postmedia's Bruce Garrioch reports the Ottawa Senators will focus on moving Evgenii Dadonov and Chris Tierney over the off-season.
Dadonov, signed last fall to a three-year, $15 million deal, had 13 goals and 20 points in 55 during his first season with the Senators.
Tierney, who is signed through next season a $3.5 million cap hit, posted six goals and 19 points in 55 games with Ottawa this past season.
Do Deal With Dougie
Seattle spoke with Dougie Hamilton's camp but ultimately did not reach a contract with the Carolina Hurricanes pending unrestricted free agent, TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun reports.
LeBrun adds, however, that the Kraken could circle back on Hamilton when the free agent market opens on July 28.
No Offer to Landeskog?
Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog was one of the bigger names left exposed in the expansion draft, but it appears the pending unrestricted free agent will not be joining the Kraken.
TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun reports the Kraken did speak with Landeskog shortly after their exclusive signing rights window with UFAs and available RFAs opened, but a contract offer appears unlikely.
"Gabriel Landeskog, the Colorado Avalanche captain who was left unprotected for the expansion draft process, his camp has had a conversation with the Seattle Kraken, but that was early in the window on Sunday," LeBrun said on Insider Trading. "I’m told there really hasn’t been much of a conversation since, so unless things change and they have to decide soon, I don’t think Landeskog gets a contract offer from Seattle. I think he remains a UFA going to market or re-signing eventually in Colorado."
Landeskog, 28, has spent his entire career with the Colorado Avalanche since being selected second overall in the 2011 NHL Draft.
He posted 20 goals and 52 points in 54 games this season, adding four goals and 13 points in 10 playoff games.
He carried a cap hit of $5.57 million over the past seven seasons with the Avalanche.
Landeskog has 218 goals and 512 points in 687 career NHL games.