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Trade fit for Oilers?
Given permission to test market early
Expected to waive NMC
Could be available in trade
In line for Morrissey-like deal
Could re-sign with Boston
Uncertain regarding future
Krejci is still mulling his future but did indicate he would prefer to stay in Boston, telling reporters, "I just can't see myself playing for a different team. We'll see what happens, I guess. I don't even know," per Matt Porter of The Boston Globe.
Interested in returning to Beantown
Could fit with Philly
The Flyers would make sense as a destination for Jones, according to Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet.ca on SiriusXM NHL Radio.
Could get $8.5 million per year
Considering surgery as he hits FA
Rask -- who is an unrestricted free agent with the Bruins having been eliminated from the playoffs -- is considering getting offseason surgery to address a nagging injury that bothered him down the stretch, Greg Wyshynski of ESPN.com reports.
Available for first-rounder
Could be option for Seattle
Market heating up as draft nears
Ticketed for roster spot in 2021-22
Played hurt but now healthy
Coach Pete DeBoer revealed that Pacioretty wasn't fully healthy when he returned for Game 7 against the Wild, but the coach believes the winger has returned to full health as Game 5 of the second-round series against Colorado approaches, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. "I would say based on what I'm seeing (Pacioretty's) at 100 percent," DeBoer said Monday. "I can tell you he wasn't for Game 7 against Minnesota but gutted it out."
Could be benched for Game 5
Could be extended at $4 million per
Offseason trade a possibility
Wants to re-sign with Leafs
Could be on trade block
GM says he's staying put
GM Kyle Dubas said the team has no intention of trading Marner after Toronto's latest first-round playoff exit, Mike Zeisberger of NHL.com reports. "I understand the fans and they can feel any way they want, and media are entitled to feel any way that they want, but (Marner and Auston Matthews) are two awfully great players that showed it over the entire regular season," Dubas said, adding that trading Marner would "be foolish."
No contract talks yet
Leaving options open
Rinne has yet to decide if he will be back next season, or if he will call it a career telling reporters, "To be honest with you, I want to give it some time. I want to take a step after the season and think about things with my family. What do I want to do? It's a thing I'm thinking about a lot. I'm not ready to make a decision yet," per Robby Stanley of NHL.com. Additionally, the netminder hasn't ruled out signing outside of Nashville, stating "I don't want to close any doors."