The Oilers have signed Kyle Turris to a two-year deal worth $3.3 million ($1.65M AAV).
Turris had the final four years of his $6.0M AAV deal bought-out on Wednesday and signs a team-friendly deal to join the Oilers as their third line centre. Turris is an effective two-way centre that can provide some offence and is a nice complementary piece to Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl. A change of scenery will likely do Turris well and let's not forget that he averaged 23 goals and 33 assists (56 points) per 82 games from 2014-to-2018 while he was with the Senators.s
The Predators have placed Kyle Turris on unconditional waivers for the purpose of a buyout.
Turris had four years remaining at $6.0M AAV, so this is one of the largest buyouts in NHL history. The buyout will cost the Predators $2.0M against the cap for the next eight years, so it's actually saving them $4.0M AAV for the next four seasons. The Predators now have ≈$17.6M in cap space with newly acquired RFA Luke Kunin still to be signed.
Turris is expected to return to the Predators lineup on Tuesday.
Turris has been a healthy scratch for the last seven games but is expected to replace Daniel Carr in the lineup on Tuesday. Turris centred the second line in Monday's practice, so he'll go from healthy scratch to top-6 right away. Turris has played well in the top-6 but has obviously had a tough time in the bottom-6. Overall, he has nine points (4G / 5A) in 19 games this season.
Turris is expected to be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Turris has just one goal and one assist in his last 10 games and was a minus-2 in their blowout loss to Chicago on Saturday. Mathieu Olivier, who was called up on Monday, is expected to replace Turris on the Predators' fourth line.
Turris (lower-body) has been activated from IR and is expected to play on Thursday.
Turris has been out since December 27th but is set to play against the Stars on Thursday. Turris had six goals and 12 assists (18 points) before getting injured and is expected to centre the Predators second line with Kevin Fiala and Craig Smith on his wings.
Turris (lower-body) is not on the ice for warmups; will not return to the lineup on Tuesday.
Turris (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Turris took part in Monday’s practice and Tuesday’s optional morning skate and signs are pointing towards him playing on Tuesday. Turris, who has six goals and 12 assists (18 points) in 30 games, has been out since December 27th with a lower-body injury.
The Predators have placed Kyle Turris (lower-body) on IR.
Turris has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury and was moved to IR on Tuesday to open up a roster spot so the Predators could claim Phil Di Giuseppe off of waivers from the Hurricanes.
Turris (lower-body) will not be in the lineup on Saturday.
Turris (upper-body) will be back in the Predators lineup on Thursday.
Turris has missed the last eight games with an upper-body injury but will return tonight vs. the Canucks. Turris will draw back in on the Predators second line with Craig Smith and Calle Jarnkrok and has 16 points (5G / 11A) in 23 games this season.
The Predators have placed Kyle Turris (undisclosed) on IR.
Turris was forced to leave Frida’s game in St. Louis with an undisclosed injury, believed to have stemmed from a hit by Brayden Schenn. Turris was quickly moved to injured reserve, which usually isn’t a good sign. The Predators forward depth has taken a serious hit in November as Turris now joins fellow top-6 forward Viktor Arvidsson on IR.
Turris is expected to be back in the Predators lineup on Tuesday.
Turris was rested on Tuesday but is expected to replace Kevin Fiala (rest) in the lineup tonight. Turris has picked up nine goals and 19 assists (28 points) in 49 games since being traded to the Predators.
Turris (rest) will not be in the Predators lineup on Tuesday.
Source: Adam Vingan 03/6/18, 7:33 pm EST
Turris could be rested vs. the Stars on Tuesday.
Source: Adam Vingan 03/6/18, 6:31 pm EST
Turris (illness) will not play Thursday vs. the Flames.
Turris will not be available to play Tuesday in Columbus.
The Predators have acquired Kyle Turris via trade and signed him to a six-year extension worth $36M.
Turris was set to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, but the Predators immediately inked him to a six-year deal worth $6.0 million per season. Turris bolsters the Predators down the middle and will serve as their No.2 centre behind Ryan Johansen. He heads to Nashville with three goals and six assists (nine points) in 11 games so far this season.
Turris (illness) will return to the Senators lineup on Thursday.
Turris has missed the last three games with a viral infection, but gets back in tonight vs. the Red Wings. Turris has just three goals and five assists (eight points) in nine games so far this season.
Turris (illness) was back on the ice on Wednesday; expected to play on Thursday.
Turris has missed the last three games with viral infection, but returned to practice on Wednesday and thinks he will be able to play vs. Detroit tomorrow. Turris has recorded three goals and five assists (eight points) in nine games this season.
Source: Ian Mendes 11/1/17, 8:13 am EST
Turris (illness) will not play on Monday; Senators are hopeful he’ll return on Thursday.
Turris will miss his third straight game with a viral infection and forces the Senators to go with 11 forward and seven defensemen against the Canadiens. Despite not being available tonight, Turris is reportedly doing better and head coach Guy Boucher hopes he’s available for Thursday’s meeting with the Red Wings.