The Red Wings have signed Albert Johansson to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Ducks have signed Kodie Curran to a two-year contract worth $2 million ($1 million AAV).
The Kings have signed Arthur Kaliyev to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Kings have signed Jordan Spence to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Stars have signed Fredrik Karlstrom to a two-year, entry-level contract.
The Golden Knights have signed Connor Corcoran to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Jets have signed Declan Chisholm to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Penguins have placed Linus Olund on unconditional waivers for purpose of termination of final year on entry-level contract.
The Rangers have placed Sean Day on unconditional waivers for purpose of termination of final year of entry-level contract.
The Flyers have signed Linus Hogberg to a two-year, entry-level contract.
The Blackhawks have signed Matej Chalupa to a two-year, entry-level contract.
The Islanders have signed Blade Jenkins to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Maple Leafs have signed Adam Brooks to a two-year, two-way contract extension worth $1.45 million ($725K AAV).
Brooks provides the Maple Leafs with fourth-line centre depth for the next two seasons. The 24-year-old made his NHL debut this season, chipping in three assists in seven games. During his time with the Marlies, he tallied nine goals and 11 assists (20 points) in 29 games.
The Canadiens have signed Caneron Hillis to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Montreal selected Hillis in the third-round of the 2018 draft. The 19-year-old centre finished his third-year with the Guelph Storm first on the team in assists (59), second in points (83) and third in goals (24) in 62 games.
The Golden Knights have agreed to terms on a three-year, entry-level contract with Jack Dugan.
Dugan was selected in the fifth round of the 2017 draft and has agreed to turn pro after just two seasons at Providence College. Dugan was a Hobey Baker Finalist in 2020 after leading the nation with 52 points (10G / 42A) in just 34 games. The 22-year-old paced the league in assists, points-per-game (1.53), power-play points (22) and even-strength points (30). He'll likely start the 2021 season in the AHL but the Golden Knights have to be very pleased with Dugan's rapid progression since being drafted three years ago.
The Sharks have signed Timur Ibragimov to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Ibragimov was drafted in the sixth-round of the 2019 draft and spent 2020 in Russia's second and third tier. Ibragimov had a lot of success on the "junior" circuit, posting seven points (5G / 2A) in seven games but had just 13 points (5G / 8A) in 35 games after moving up to the VHL (Russia's second division).
The Ducks have signed Brendan Guhle to a two-year, $1.6 million contract extension ($800k AAV).
Guhle, who was acquired from Buffalo last February as a part of the Brandon Montour trade, split his time evenly between the AHL and NHL in 2019-20. During his time with Anaheim, he had four goals and four assists (eight points) in 30 games. With the San Diego Gulls, he was second among team defensemen with 14 points (4G / 10A) despite only appearing in 27 games. He should be a full-time NHLer in 2021 as the Ducks continue to rebuild their once promising blueline.
The Ducks have signed Sam Carrick to a one-year contract extension worth $700K.
After spending the first seven years of his career in the Maple Leafs organization, Carrick has been with the Ducks since 2016-17. In that time, he has appeared in just 15 NHL games, amassing one goal and two assists. However, he has been prolific at the AHL-level, leading the team in points (61) last year and was leading San Diego in goals (23) and points (43) in 46 games before this year was paused.
The Rangers have signed Tyler Wall to an entry-level contract.
Wall was selected in the sixth-round of the 2016 draft. The 22-year-old netminder finished his senior season at UMass-Lowell at 18-8-6 with a 2.10 GAA and .931 SV%. After a terrific collegiate career, Wall joins the Rangers, where he is likely headed to the AHL for the foreseeable future.
The Capitals have placed Brendan Leipsic on unconditional waivers for purpose of terminating his contract.
Leipsic had an Instagram conversation made public earlier in the week that revealed some inappropriate comments made by Leipsic about women and his teammates. The NHL called Leipsic's comments "misogynistic and reprehensible" and on Friday the Capitals took the first step in terminating the 25-year-old's contract. During his 61 games in Washington, Leipsic scored three goals and eight assists (11 points).