Rissanen Carolina Carolina
JULY 1 F Brad Richardson Arizona Vancouver
JULY 1 G Michal Neuvirth Philadelphia NY Islanders
JULY 1 D Matt Bartkowski Vancouver Boston
JULY 1 D FrancoisBeauchemin Colorado Anaheim
JULY 1 F Blake Comeau Colorado Pittsburgh
JULY 1 D Nate Prosser Minnesota Minnesota
JULY 1 F Matt Halischuk Winnipeg Winnipeg
JULY 1 D Thomas Hickey NY Islanders NY Islanders
JULY 1 D Adam Pardy...
Bieksa shortly after general manager Bob Murray determined he couldn't re-sign defenceman FrancoisBeauchemin, who got a three-year deal worth $13.5 million from Colorado.
Bieksa will be the Ducks' highest-paid defenceman next season. His salary for the following two seasons will match defenceman Cam Fowler's annual $4 million deal.
DENVER -- The Colorado Avalanche believe they filled immediate needs Wednesday by signing defenseman FrancoisBeauchemin and left wing Blake Comeau to free agent contracts.
Beauchemin, 35, signed a three-year contract that TSN reported is worth $13.5 million. He will play the left side on the Avalanche's top defense pairing with Erik Johnson.
Comeau, 29, signed a three-year contract...
DENVER - The Colorado Avalanche fortified their blue line by signing defenceman FrancoisBeauchemin to a three-year deal.
The 35-year-old Beauchemin averaged a team-best 22 minutes, 44 seconds of ice time per game for Anaheim last season. He also ranked second among Ducks defencemen with a career-high 11 goals.
Colorado general manager Joe Sakic said the signing of Beauchemin on Wednesday...
Kevin Bieksa a conclu une prolongation de contrat de deux ans s'élevant à 8 millions$ avec les Ducks d'Anaheim.
Le défenseur âgé de 34 ans est passé aux Ducks dans un échange avec les Canucks de Vancouver, mardi soir.
Bieksa, qui avait passé les 10 dernières saisons chez les Canucks, va remplacer FrancoisBeauchemin du côté droit à la ligne bleue.
Il lui reste une saison à écouler à son...
Kevin Bieksa has agreed to terms on a US$8-million, two-year contract extension with the Anaheim Ducks.
The defenceman went to the Ducks in a trade from the Vancouver Canucks on the eve of free agency.
The 34-year-old who spent the past 10 seasons in Vancouver replaces FrancoisBeauchemin on the right side of Anaheim's blue line.
Bieksa had one year left on his current deal at a cap hit of $4...
but great memories in Vancouver."
With this trade, Ducks veteran defenseman FrancoisBeauchemin is expected to become a free agent Wednesday.
"He's a right-hand shot, and [Beauchemin] is a left who plays the right side," Ducks GM Bob Murray said. "I think Kevin skates better than [Beauchemin] does at this point in time, partly because [Beauchemin] has had both knees worked on. … They're both tough...
alphabetical order) expected to be available when the market opens Wednesday:
Note: All previous cap charges according to war-on-ice.com.
FRANCOISBEAUCHEMIN, ANAHEIM DUCKS
Previous cap charge: $3.5 million
The Ducks acquired Kevin Bieksa from the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday, an indication that Beauchemin won't be back. Beauchemin was the Ducks' No. 1 defenseman last season based on his ice...
and possibly defenceman FrancoisBeauchemin.
The Ducks traded Wisniewski to Carolina for Khudobin, who spent the last two seasons there after starting his NHL career with Minnesota and Boston. He won a career-best 19 games for the Hurricanes last season.
Khudobin's arrival leaves the Ducks with three NHL-quality goalies alongside Frederik Andersen and John Gibson, but Murray flatly declared he will keep...
the activity over the weekend, Murray suggested he might not be done tinkering with his roster, and he said it is still a possibility that unrestricted free agent defenseman FrancoisBeauchemin will be back next season.
The bulk of Murray's work was done here Saturday, and the Ducks are in a much better position to win next season as a result....
After being through it and seeing the other [outdoor] games on TV, just the atmosphere is spectacular. To stand here -- and we are essentially almost on the blue line -- and look up [into the stands] and knowing it is going to be packed and playing our biggest rival in this setting is going to be pretty special.
— Bruins president Cam Neely on the 2016 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic between Boston and Montreal at Gillette Stadium on
Jan. 1, 2016