Trades aplenty took place across the NHL Tuesday with Pierre-Luc Dubois, Tyler Toffoli and more all finding new homes.
That and more from around the league in today’s daily.
The Capitals will host the Penguins to open the 2023-24 season. [WHN]
Calder Cup Playoff MVP Hunter Shepard is open to a return to the Capitals organization in free agency. [WHN]
Oliver Moore’s blazing speed makes him a strong candidate for a high draft pick — potentially even No. 8. [WHN]
From The National Hockey Now Network
Pierre-Luc Dubois is headed to Los Angeles in exchange for Gabe Vilard, Alex Iafallo, Rasmus Kupari and a second-round pick next year. [LA Hockey Now]
The Devils have acquired Tyler Toffoli in exchange for Yegor Sharangovich and a third-round pick. [New Jersey Hockey Now]
At long last, the Flyers sent center Kevin Hayes to the St. Louis Blues — retaining 50% of his salary in the process. [Philly Hockey Now]
The Avalanche have sent Alex Newhook to Montreal for draft capital, including the No. 31 pick in Wednesday’s draft. [Colorado Hockey Now]
Devils goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood is headed to the Sharks in exchange for the No. 164 pick in this year’s draft. [San Jose Hockey Now]
The Sharks have met with “all the Russian players that we wanted to meet with,” according to GM Mike Grier. [San Jose Hockey Now]
The Bruins are expecting franchise icons Patrice Bergeron and Dravid Krejci to retire this offseason. [Boston Hockey Now]
Recently acquired by the Blackhawks, center Nick Foligno has agreed to a contract extension to stay in Chicago this season. [Chicago Hockey Now]
Could the Panthers move on from Anthony Duclair? [Florida Hockey Now]