He signed a one-year entry-level contract with the Golden Knights earlier this year, but didn’t get into a game with the team down the stretch. In what has rapidly become an offseason saga, there is still no concrete news on whether or not Nikita Gusev will return to the Vegas Golden Knights for 2019-20. Igor Eronko of Sport-Express explains on Twitter that Gusev is looking for a two-year, $8MM deal while the Golden Knights want to sign him for half of that total. The team is already a Stanley Cup contender without Gusev on the roster, making this a little draft bonus to what they had built. Regardless, he’ll have to hold off a number of players who will be looking for playing time, including John Quenneville, Dylan Sikura, Dominik Kubalik, Anton Wedin. The team just added forward Andrew Shaw, who will likely center that line. (Photo by RvS.Media/Monika Majer/Getty Images). Subban| Taylor Hall| Wayne Simmonds, July 30, 2019 at 5:16 pm CDT | by Gavin Lee 2 Comments, The New York Rangers have had quite the offseason, scoring Artemi Panarin in free agency, acquiring Adam Fox and Jacob Trouba through trade and drafting Kaapo Kakko second overall. They could even opt to buyout Holden’s contract which has one-year left on it with a cap hit of $2,200,00. Arbitration| Cody Eakin| Colin Miller| Columbus Blue Jackets| David Clarkson| Deryk Engelland| Kelly McCrimmon| Malcolm Subban| Newsstand| Nikita Gusev| Vegas Golden Knights| William Karlsson, Pro Hockey Rumors is not affiliated with National Hockey League, NHL or NHL.com, Montreal Canadiens Sign Brendan Gallagher To Six-Year Extension, PHR’s 2020 Top 50 NHL Unrestricted Free Agents, Morning Notes: Three Stars, Sabourin, Gusev, Pressure Mounting On Devils To Make A Call On Taylor Hall, Larry Brooks of the New York Post tweeted today, Scott Wheeler of The Athletic (subscription required), Latest On Nikita Gusev And The Golden Knights, Vegas Golden Knights Considering Nikita Gusev Trade, Ryan Carpenter Signs With Chicago Blackhawks, Vegas’ William Karlsson Signs Eight-Year Extension, Islanders, Matt Martin Working Towards A Contract, Canadiens To Loan Jesperi Kotkaniemi To Finland, New York Rangers Agree To Terms With Alexandar Georgiev, Carolina Hurricanes Re-Sign Steven Lorentz, Though it was the New Jersey Devils who eventually landed. Known as one of the Golden Misfits after Columbus left him exposed to the expansion draft after he tallied just 15 goals in two full seasons with the Blue Jackets, Vegas picked him up and he rewarded them by posting a 43-goal, 78-point season in the Golden Knights inaugural season that led them to the Stanley Cup Finals. Instead, it’s about a brand new player being added to a team that won the Western Conference Championship a year ago and are on the path to potentially doing so again. Your privacy is safe with us. The Devils would like Hall to think that they have the makings of being that true contender that can surround him with elite talent for years to come. We grade both GMs: Golden Knights get: 2020 third-round pick, 2021 second-round pick, Subscribe to ESPN+ to get access to all premium articles, Fantasy tools, plus thousands of your favorite sporting events and ESPN+ originals for just $5.99/mo. That obviously isn’t what the 34-year old was hoping for at this point in his career, and he made it clear to Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports that he believes he can still play: I don’t think I need rest.

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