Arbitration hearings still possible for two players
Defensemen Tyson Barrie, Martin Marincin unsigned restricted free agents who remain on scheduleNHL.com @NHLdotcom
Two players remain on the schedule for an arbitration hearing in Toronto.
Colorado Avalanche defenseman Tyson Barrie is scheduled for a hearing on Friday. Barrie, 25, tied his career-high with 13 goals and five game-winning goals, and had 49 points in 78 games last season. Barrie also had three power-play goals and 21 power-play points.
Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Martin Marincin, 24, is scheduled for a hearing on Aug. 2. He had one goal, six assists and 34 penalty minutes in 65 games last season.
Initially, 25 players filed for arbitration, but 23 signed new contracts. Defenseman Michael Stone avoided a hearing scheduled for Aug. 4 when he signed a one-year contract with the Arizona Coyotes on Thursday.
Four others avoided arbitration Wednesday. Forward Mike Hoffman agreed to a four-year, $20.75 million contract with an average annual value of $5.1875 million with the Ottawa Senators, goalie Petr Mrazek agreed to terms on a two-year, reported $8 million contract with an AAV of $4 million with the Detroit Red Wings, forward Vladislav Namestnikov signed a two-year, $3.875 million contract with an AAV of $1,937,500 with the Tampa Bay Lightning and forward Calle Jarnkrok signed a six-year, $12 million contract with an AAV of $2 million with the Nashville Predators.