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Crosby plans to talk extension with Penguins

20.4.24 Pittsburgh

With one season left on his 12-year, $104.4 million contract, Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby said he plans to approach the team in the offseason about a contract extension. Crosby, who turns 37 on Aug. 7, has played 19 seasons with the Penguins after they selected him No. 1 overall in the 2005 draft.

Wild extend Fleury for age-40 season

18.4.24 Minnesota

The Minnesota Wild signed goalie Marc-Andre Fleury to a one-year, $2.5 million contract extension Wednesday, bringing back the veteran for his age-40 season. Fleury, who turns 40 on Nov. 28, has had a prolific season in which he passed Patrick Roy for second place behind Martin Brodeur on the NHL 's all-time list in career goaltending wins.

Gauthier signs entry-level deal with Ducks

15.4.24 Anaheim

Cutter Gauthier, who scored the most goals in the NCAA in the past 25 years during Boston College's run to the Frozen Four, signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday. Gauthier is likely to make his NHL debut Thursday when the Ducks wrap up their season at Vegas.

Fedotov finally arrives to the Flyers

30.3.24 Philadel.

The Flyers announced Ivan Fedotov will join the team after CSKA Moscow terminated the goaltender's contract. When Fedotov tried to sign with Flyers as a free agent, he was arrested for alleged evasion of military service and sent to a military camp in Siberia. Fedotov completed his compulsory military service, but CSKA claimed he had to play two more seasons for the club. However, CSKA terminated his contract on March 28, allowing him to sign with the Flyers.

Avalanche sign Annunen to two-year extension

27.3.24 Colorado

The Colorado Avalanche signed goaltender Justus Annunen on Tuesday to a two-year contract extension through the 2025-26 season. Financial terms were not disclosed.

New York Rangers sign Swedish goalie Hugo Ollas

16.3.24 NY Ran.

The New York Rangers have agreed to terms with Swedish goaltender Hugo Ollas on a two-year, entry-level contract. General manager Chris Drury announced the deal on Friday with the 21-year-old who appeared in 21 games for Merrimack College this season, posting a 2.84 goals-against average and .908 save percentage.

Leafs signMcMann to 2-year extension

14.3.24 Toronto

The Toronto Maple Leafs announced a two-year, $2.7 million contract extension for forward Bobby McMann on Wednesday. McMann, 27, has recorded 18 points (10 goals, 8 assists) in 40 games this season.

Vegas acquires Tomas Hertl

9.3.24 Vegas

The Vegas Golden Knights got a blockbuster trade in under the wire Friday, acquiring forward Tomas Hertl, a 2025 third-round pick and 2027 third-round choice from the San Jose Sharks in exchange for a 2025 first-round pick and forward David Edstrom. The Sharks will also retain 17% of Hertl's salary.

Predators acquire Zucker from Coyotes

9.3.24 Nashville

The Nashville Predators acquired Arizona Coyotes winger Jason Zucker as they seek to clinch a Western Conference playoff spot. The Coyotes acquired a 2024 sixth-round draft pick from Nashville that was originally owned by the Dallas Stars.

Hurricanes land winger Guentzel

8.3.24 Carolina

The Pittsburgh Penguins traded winger Jake Guentzel and defenseman Ty Smith to Carolina for forwards Michael Bunting, Ville Koivunen, Cruz Lucius and Vasily Ponomarev, the Hurricanes' conditional first-round pick in 2024 and conditional fifth-round pick in 2024.

Golden Knights acquire Noah Hanifin

7.3.24 Vegas

The Vegas Golden Knights acquired Calgary Flames defenseman Noah Hanifin on Wednesday night. Hanafin was part of a three-team trade that saw the Flames and Philadelphia Flyers both retain salary to facilitate the deal.

The Flames received a conditional 2025 first-round pick, a conditional 2025 third-round pick and defenseman Daniil Miromanov for Hanifin, retaining 50% of his salary. The Flyers received a 2024 fifth-round pick from Vegas for retaining 50% of Hanifin's remaining salary.

Panthers acquire Vladimir Tarasenko

7.3.24 Florida

Already a Stanley Cup favorite, the Florida Panthers strengthened their chances Wednesday by trading for Ottawa Senators winger Vladimir Tarasenko. The Senators will receive a conditional 2024 fourth-round pick that would become a 2026 third-round pick if the Panthers win the Stanley Cup. They will also receive a 2025 third-round pick and are retaining 50% of Tarasenko's $5 million salary.

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