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  1. It didn't take until training camp this time around. That's...something. It's a one-year, two-way deal worth $700,000 in the NHL, $125,000 in the AHL, and has a total guarantee of $150,000. http://www.habsworld.net/2019/07/habs-re-sign-michael-mccarron-2/
  2. Lehkonen Signs 2.4m/Year

    Great signing.. 2.4 per year for 2 years.
  3. Not sure if good deal or expected amount, but I like what he brings?
  4. CHIAROT signed

    3 years at 3.5 per Guess that's the answer to the LD hole
  5. Phil Varone signed to a two-way contract ($700K at the NHL level), presumably to reinforce Laval. https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/forward-phil-varone-agrees-one-year-contract-canadiens/
  6. One year, two-way deal. From my UFA Preview last week: Riley Barber: Barber was a prolific scorer in college and has been pretty good at the AHL level too. Despite that, he never really got a look in Washington and was quick to declare after the season that he’s looking forward to getting a shot elsewhere. He plays with enough of an edge to his game to make him a sneaky fourth line option as well. Even better, he doesn’t count against the veteran limit in the AHL.
  7. $1.75 million, one-year deal. http://www.habsworld.net/2019/07/habs-sign-keith-kinkaid/
  8. Oh well, need some back up I suppose. Just hope we dont have to use him much.
  9. Left side D is getting crowded in Laval. Would be nice to have that in Montreal...
  10. Ouellet re-signs

    Xavier Ouellet will be back in Laval (probably) next year. He's signed a one-year, two-way deal with the team. $700K in the NHL, $300K in the AHL, and a $400K guarantee. http://www.habsworld.net/2019/05/habs-re-sign-xavier-ouellet/
  11. Alex Belzile re-signs

    Belzile will be back with the Rocket next season, although this is a two-way deal instead of an AHL-only deal.
  12. Two year entry level deal.
  13. Jordan Weal re-signs

    1.4 per year. That's slightly less money than most expected.
  14. Nate Thompson re-signs

    I am whelmed with him coming back, but I'm sure Julien was calling Bergevin 4 times a day asking him if Nate had signed yet.
  15. Great to hear, with be with Habs till end of year. https://www.nhl.com/canadiens/news/ryan-poehling---contract---march-31/c-306309256 https://www.habseyesontheprize.com/transactions-signings-trades/2019/3/31/18287687/ryan-poehling-signs-entry-level-contract-with-montreal-canadiens-starts-2018-19-joins-nhl
  16. Looks like Laval for the youngster which is good. Hes played four years in the WHL... time to take the next step. His contract is also a one year entry level slide.
  17. Given the Pacioretty news, this doesn't really matter much but Michael McCarron accepted his qualifying offer...more than seven weeks after the offer expired. It's safe to say the delay was him haggling over money. http://www.habsworld.net/2018/09/habs-re-sign-michael-mccarron/
  18. Three years, $3.083M AAV. That's cheaper than I thought he'd get. http://www.habsworld.net/2018/07/habs-re-sign-phillip-danault-to-a-three-year-deal/
  19. Joel Armia signs a one-year deal

    Armia avoids arbitration for a one year $1.85m deal.
  20. De La Rose re-signs

    2 years, $900 000 AAV.
  21. http://www.habsworld.net/2018/07/habs-sign-michael-chaput-and-kenny-agostino/
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