NHL News: Signings by the Canadiens, Kings, Bruins, Maple Leafs, Hurricanes and Wild
The Canadiens sign Joshua Roy
Montreal Canadiens: The Canadiens have signed their 2021 fifth-round pick, 150th overall, forward Joshua Roy to a three-year entry-level contract.
2022-23: $750,000 in the NHL, $92,500 signing bonus and $10,500 in Junior.
2023-24: $775,000 in the NHL, $92,500 signing bonus and $80,000 in the minors.
2024-25: $775,000 in the NHL,$85,000 signing bonus and $80,000 in the minors.
Roy is currently second in QMJHL scoring with 36 goals and 56 assists for 92 points in 50 games for the Sherbrooke Phoenix.
The Kings sign Kim Nousiainen
LA Kings PR: The Los Angeles Kings have signed thei 2019 fourth-round pick, defenseman Kim Nousiainen to a three-year entry-level deal with an AAV of $859,167. The contract will kick in next year.
He has signed an ATO with the Ontario Reign earlier this week.
The Bruins sign Brandon Bussi
Boston Bruins: The Bruins have signed Western Michigan University goaltender Brandon Bussi to a one-year, entry-level contract.
The contract kicks in next season and carries an $825,000 salary cap hit.
He will sign an ATO with the Providence Bruins to finish out the season.
The Maple Leafs sign Mikko Kokkonen
Toronto Maple Leafs: The Maple Leafs have signed their 2019 third-round, 84th overall, defenseman Mikko Kokkonen to a three-year entry-level deal.
The contract kicks in next season and carries an $846,666 AAV.
The Hurricanes sign Noel Gunler
Carolina Hurricanes: The Hurricanes have signed 2020 second-round pick, 41st overall, forward Noel Gunler to a three-year entry-level contract.
The Wild extend Alex Goligoski
Minnesota Wild PR: The Wild have extended defenseman Alex Goligoski for two years at a $2 million AAV.
— JFresh (@JFreshHockey) March 29, 2022
The Minnesota Wild have re-signed Alex Goligoski to two-year extension with $~2M per year per @RussoHockey. Goligoski has been pretty solid this year so far, especially offensively. But we don’t like this term for 36 years old defenseman. pic.twitter.com/CNwYV0vkRs
— Andy & Rono (@ARHockeyStats) March 30, 2022