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Devils Daily: Devils Salary Cap; Draft Grades; Offer Sheets



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Offer sheets are so rare in the NHL. The last time we saw that happen, it was between the Carolina Hurricanes and Montreal Canadiens. The Habs inked Sebastian Aho to an offer sheet only to match it and the Hurricanes retained their star player. However, when the Hurricanes retaliated by offer sheeting Jesper Kotkaniemi an offersheet in which he accepted and the Canes didn’t match. One has to wonder if there’s a team thinking to do something similar with New Jersey Devils forward Dawson Mercer.

Elsewhere, a major change in Pittsburgh’s front office. Brotherly love in Sunrise, Florida next season, and the first time you’ll be able to see Macklin Celebrini in a San Jose uniform.

Let’s do that hockey.

Devils News

New Jersey Hockey Now: The Devils spent nearly $20 million this offseason in both trades and signing players via free agency. So, where does the Devils salary cap stand now that they’ve made some serious improvements?

More NJHN: Now that we’ve had the chance to see most of the picks at Devils development camp firsthand, it’s a great time to analyze and grade all seven picks that General Manager Tom Fitzgerald and his staff made.

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NHL Trade Talk, News, & National Hockey Now

Sportsnet: Here are nine restricted free agents who are candidates to receive an offer sheet, including Devils forward Dawson Mercer.

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Wes Clark worked with current Pittsburgh Penguins president of hockey operations/GM Kyle Dubas for five seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Despite wide speculation last summer that Clark would follow Dubas to the Penguins, that did not happen until yesterday.

San Jose Hockey Now: When is the first time you will be able to see 2024 first overall selection Macklin Celebrini suit up in the teal and while and play a game in a San Jose Sharks uniform? That information revealed inside.

Florida Hockey Now: Former Devils forward Jesper Boqvist joined the Florida Panthers via free agency last week. This week, Jesper’s brother, Adam Boqvist, signed a one-year deal to join the reigning Stanley Cup Champions.

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