The Penguins have signed Stefan Noesen to a one-year, two-way contract.
Noesen opened the season without an NHL contract but was playing in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL) and is leading the team in goals (14) and is tied for the team-lead in points (22). With injuries continuing to mount in Pittsburgh, Noesen could get another NHL shot soon.
Source: @penguins 12/2/19, 2:02 pm EST
The Bruins signed Chris Wagner to a three-year contract worth $4.05M ($1.35M AAV).
The Bruins signed Charlie Coyle to a six-year contract worth $31.5M ($5.25M AAV).
The Blues signed Troy Brouwer to a one-year, two-way deal.
Brouwer was in St. Louis on a PTO but with Sammy Blais going down for at least 10 weeks, they elected to sign the veteran winger to a one-year deal. Brouwer was last with the Florida Panthers, where he had 12 goals and nine assists (21 points) in 75 games in 2018-19.
The Golden Knights have signed Peyton Krebs to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Krebs was selected with the No.17 overall pick in this summer's draft. He tore his Achilles in June and recently started skating with the Golden Knights and inked his entry-level contract on Saturday afternoon. The 18-year-old had 68 points (19G / 49A) in 64 games with the Kootenay Ice (WHL), who he'll likely end up with when he's 100 percent healthy.
The Blackhawks have signed Alec Regula to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Regula, who was acquired from the Red Wings for Brendan Perlini, has enjoyed a great start to the 2019-20 season. He has been paired with Ryan Merkley on the London Knights (OHL) first pair is currently fifth on the team with 15 points (7G / 8A) in 14 games.
Source: Ben Pope 11/11/19, 12:43 pm EST
The Predators have signed Roman Josi to an eight-year contract worth $72.472 million ($9.059M AAV).
Josi was in the final year of his seven-year deal that carried a $4.0M AAV cap-hit. Josi will go from being one of the biggest bargains to the third-highest paid defenseman when his new contract kicks in. Josi is currently tied for second among defensemen in points with 13 (5G / 8A) in 11 games.
The Sharks have signed Dillon Hamaliuk to an entry-level contract.
Hamaliuk was a second-round pick (No.55 overall) in this summer’s NHL Entry Draft. The 6-foot-4, 193 lbs. winger had 26 points (11G / 15A) in 31 WHL games last year but has opened this season with 10 points (5G / 5A) in 12 games with the Kelowna Rockets.
The Predators have signed Philip Tomasino to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Tomasino was selected in the first-round (No.24 overall) in this summer's draft. The 18-year-old centre has had a tremendous start to the 2019-20 season, leading the Niagara IceDogs with 23 points (9G / 14A) in 12 games.
The Panthers signed Brian Boyle to a one-year, one-way contract.
Boyle has bounced around the NHL in recent years, playing for the Lightning, Maple Leafs, Devils and Rangers in the last three seasons. Boyle split last year between New Jersey and Nashville and finished the season with 18 goals and six assists (24 points) in 73 games. With Henrik Borgstrom going back to the AHL, Boyle figures to play a bottom-6 role with his new squad.
The Devils signed Nico Hischier to a seven-year deal worth $50.75M ($7.25M AAV) on Friday.
The Flyers have signed Chris Stewart to a one-year, one-way contract worth $750K.
Stewart last played in the NHL in 2017-18, where he had three points (1G / 2A) in seven games with the Flames. He spent last year playing with the Nottingham Panthers in England, scoring six goals with seven assists (13 points) in 23 games.
The Sharks have signed Patrick Marleau to a one-year deal worth $700K.
In his 21st NHL season, Marleau had 16 goals and 21 assists (37 points) in 82 games with the Maple Leafs. He ended up being traded to the Hurricanes and subsequently bought out this summer. He returns to San Jose, where he spent the first 19 years of his career and joins a team that is in need of wing depth.
The Devils have signed Joe Morrow to a one-year, two-way contract.
Morrow spent the 2018-19 season with the Jets, where he had one goal and six assists (seven points) in 41 games. It was a career-high in games played for the former first-round pick, who is expected to head to Binghamton (AHL) should he clear waivers.
The Blues have signed Brayden Schenn to an eight-year extension worth $52.0 million ($6.5M AAV).
Schenn was set to become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season but the Blues have locked him up through the 2027-28 season. Schenn failed to record a point in the season opener but is coming off of a 54-point season (17G / 37A) in 2018-19.
The Blackhawks have signed Alex DeBrincat to a three-year extension worth $19.2 million ($6.4M AAV).
DeBrincat was set to become a restricted free agent at the end of the 2019-20 season but gets his bridge deal before playing a game. DeBrincat scored 41 goals with 35 assists while shooting 18.6 percent with an 11.4 on-ice SH%.
The Coyotes have signed Darcy Kuemper to a two-year extension worth $9.0 million ($4.5M AAV).
2018-19 was Kuemper's first full season in Arizona and it went very well. Kuemper went 27-20-8 with a 2.33 GAA and .925 SV% in 55 games while filling in for an injured Antti Raanta. Entering 2019-20, Kuemper will be the Coyotes No.2 but showed he’s capable of handling the starting gig should the oft-injured Raanta miss time again. Kuemper is signed through the 2021-22 campaign.
The Rangers have signed Michael Haley to a one-year, two-way deal.
Haley spent 2019 with the Panthers and the Sharks, totalling two goals, four assists (six points) and 75 PIMS in 43 NHL games. Haley will likely be a rotation player on the Rangers fourth-line to begin 2019-20.
The Flames have signed Zac Rinaldo to a one-year contract.
Rinaldo spent the 2019 season with the Predators but only appeared in 23 games, posting three points (1G / 2A) and 20 PIMS. He also had one assist in three AHL contests. He is expected to start the season in Stockton (AHL) if he clears waivers.
The Flames have signed Tobias Rieder to a one-year, two-way contract.
Rieder did not score a goal while compiling 11 assists in 67 games with the Oilers last season. He was able to earn a contract while on a PTO with the Flames and could be part of their fourth line in 2019-20.