With the July 4th holiday weekend coming to an end, teams will look to get back work on Monday as there are still free agents out on the board that need a new homes for next season. The clock is still ticking on the RFAs that are still on the board and you have to wonder if another team will try to tender one of those players with an offer sheet. Here is the news that made headlines for July 7th.
Now that Marcus Johansson has moved onto Buffalo, Alex Thomas of Boston Hockey Now looks how the Bruins goes about replacing him on the roster. (Boston Hockey Now)
With the Vegas Golden Knights shopping Nikita Gusev, the Pittsburgh Penguins could be a suitor for his services, however, they are running into difficulties, Dan Kingerski of Pittsburgh Hockey Now has more on that. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
Even after all the moves the New Jersey Devils have made up to and including free agency as talks between the team and its star winger Taylor Hall remain the same as both parties remain patience and are on the same page. (NorthJersey.com)
With four players filing for salary arbitration, Calgary Flames GM Brad Treliving has to crunch some numbers in order to get these players signed under the agreed salary cap number for next season. (Calgary Herald)
Months after closing its doors for business, the NHL, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Calgary Flames have stepped up and will contribute to settle the debt of the now defunct CWHL. (CBC)