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In his first year of eligibility, Martin Brodeur is headed to the Hockey Hall of Fame:
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“The Moore camp has fielded interest from more than a dozen NHL teams and has already conducted interviews with eight different clubs.” OK, well, best of luck, John. [TSN]
RFA qualifying offers were due on Monday. Here’s who the Devils did and did not extend an offer to:
The following eight players received Qualifying Offers:— New Jersey Devils (@NJDevils) June 25, 2018
The following two players did not receive QO’s today and will become UFAs:
Along with our Marty, Martin St. Louis, Willie O’Ree, Gary Bettman, Alexander Yakushev and Jayna Hefford were elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in the 2018 class. [NHL]
Unqualified RFAs became UFAs on Monday. Here are some notable names now on the open market. Any you want the Devils to kick the tires on? [Sportsnet]
If Adam Henrique re-signs with the Ducks, the Devils will receive a third-round pick from Anaheim.
Will get more into it but Bob Murray said he's started contract talks with John Gibson, Adam Henrique and Jakob Silfverberg. Their deals are up in 2019. Has also exchanged offers with agents for Brandon Montour, Nick Ritchie and Ondrej Kase, who are RFAs on July 1. #NHLDucks— Eric Stephens (@icemancometh) June 23, 2018
Another free agent who’s attracting a fair amount of attention: James van Riemsdyk. Where will he end up?
As expected, significant interest with 10-plus teams engaged with the James van Riemsdyk camp. JvR is a deliberate and thorough guy, my sense is he will use the entire time available to work through the process.— Frank Seravalli (@frank_seravalli) June 25, 2018
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