The Stars have signed Tyler Seguin to an eight-year contract extension worth $78.8 million ($9.85M AAV).
The Stars re-signed Gemel Smith to a one-year extension worth $720K.
Source: 08/14/18, 12:15 pm EST
The Stars re-signed Mattias Janmark to a one-year, $2.3M extension.
The Stars signed Dillon Heatherington to a one-year, two-way extension.
The Stars have signed Devin Shore to a two-year extension worth $4.6M ($2.3M AAV).
The Stars re-signed Jason Dickinson to a one-year extension worth $875K.
The Stars have re-signed Remi Elie to a one-year, $735K extension.
After two years in the AHL, Elie was a nearly full-time NHLer in 2018. The 23-year-old scored six goals with eight assists (14 points) in 72 games with the Stars last season. Elie figures to be a bottom-6 winger again in 2019.
The Stars have signed Anton Khudobin to a two-year, $5.0M deal ($2.5M AAV).
Source: Dan Rosen 07/1/18, 2:12 pm EST
The Stars have signed Roman Polak to a one-year deal worth $1.3M.
Polak is a big bruising defenseman, who chips in offensively on occasion. He had just 12 points (2G / 10A) in 54 games with the Maple Leafs last season and signs with the Stars where he projects to be their No.6/No.7 defenseman.
The Stars have signed Valeri Nichushkin to a two-year deal worth $5.9M ($2.95M AAV).
Nichushkin was drafted No.10 overall in 2013 and recorded 64 points (23G / 41A) in 166 career NHL games before leaving for the KHL. The 23-year-old had 27 goals and 24 assists (51 points) in 86 games with CSKA Moscow during his two years in Russia. Nichushkin returns to the NHL, where he projects to be a middle-6 winger.
The Stars have signed Blake Comeau to a three-year deal worth $7.2M ($2.4M AAV).
Comeau is a big winger (6-foot-1, 202 lbs.) who is a strong penalty-killer that can chip in offensively. Comeau spent the last three seasons with the Avalanche, where he averaged 11 goals and 19 assists (30 points) per season.
The Stars signed Stephen Johns to a three-year extension worth $7.05M ($2.35M AAV).
Johns, 26, has improved in each of his two and a half NHL seasons since being drafted No.60 overall pick in 2010. Johns is a big, bruising defenseman, who led the Stars in hits (2.7 hits per game) last season while scored eight goals with seven assists (15 points).
The Stars select Ty Dellandrea with the No.13 overall pick.
In his second season with the Flint Firebirds, assistant captain Ty Dellandrea scored 27 goals with 32 assists (59 points) in 67 games. Dellandrea is the type of player you want on your team. He possesses decent size (6-foot, 183 lbs.) and works his tail off on every shift. What sets him apart from other two-way centres, is his offensive game. Despite playing on the worst team in the OHL’s Western Conference, Dellandrea was able to raise his draft stock by leading the team in goals and finishing second in points.
Khudobin will start Saturday vs. the Senators.
Source: @NHLBruins 04/7/18, 11:43 am EST
Khudobin will start Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia.
Khudobin allowed four goals on 32 shots in the Bruins shootout loss in Winnipeg on Tuesday. It has been a good year for the Bruins backup, but he comes into Sunday having lost four in a row (0-2-2) while allowing a combined 12 goals on 119 shots (.899 SV%). The matchup isn’t great but Khudobin has been good on the road—9-4-4 with a 2.39 GAA and .920 SV%.
Polak will be back on the Maple Leafs blueline on Saturday.
Polak was a healthy scratch in Brooklyn last night, but will draw back in tonight vs. the Jets. Polak has just 11 points (2G / 9A) in 50 games this season.
Khudobin will start Tuesday in Winnipeg.
Source: Eric Russo 03/27/18, 5:00 pm EST