NHL News: Senators, Flyers, Ex-Rangers, Campbell and Salary Arbitration Dates

NHL News: Senators, Flyers, Ex-Rangers, Campbell and Salary Arbitration Dates

The Ottawa Senators and Jean-Gabriel Pageau agree on a three-year deal
On the Ottawa Senators …

Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Citizen: The Ottawa Senators and forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau agreed to a three-year, $9.3 million contract today. The deal carries a $3.1 million salary cap hit.

The Senators and Pageau were schedule to go to salary arbitration.

Forward Ryan Dzingel has his arbitration date set for Friday.

Craig Morgan: Salary breakdown for Pageau: 2017-18 – $2.6 million, 2018-19 – $3.3 million, 2019-20 – $3.4 million

On the Philadelphia Flyers …

Philadelphia Flyers: The Flyers have signed Nolan Patrick to an entry-level deal.

On former New York Rangers …

TSN: Defenseman Kevin Klein has already signed with ZSC Lions in Switzlerland and forward Brandon Pirri could be joining him soon according to a report.

On Brian Campbell …

Chris Hine of the Chicago Tribune: 38-year old Brian Campbell retired from the NHL today after 17 season in the NHL.

“I’m excited to transition into the next step in both my professional career and life,” said Campbell in a statement.

“I’m grateful to the countless number of teammates, coaches, team staff and fans that I have crossed paths with throughout my playing career in Chicago, Buffalo, Florida and San Jose. The Blackhawks organization has allowed me to take on this challenge and I’m thankful for this new opportunity.”

On remaining salary arbitration hearing dates …

Luke Fox of Sportsnet: Players-teams that still have arbitration hearing dates.

Tomas Tatar – Detroit Red Wings – July 20th

Colton Parayko – St. Louis Blues – July 20th

Ryan Dzingel – Ottawa Senators – July 21st

Viktor Arvidsson – Nashville Predators – July 22nd

Austin Watson – Nashville Predators – July 24th

Brian Dumoulin – Pittsburgh Penguins – July 24th

Mika Zibanejad – New York Rangers – July 25th

Jordan Martinook – Arizona Coyotes – July 26th

Ryan Spooner – Boston Bruins – July 26th

Marek Mazanec – Nashville Predators – July 27th

Robin Lehner – Buffalo Sabres – July 27th

Matt Nieto – Colorado Avalanche – July 31st

Reid Boucher – Vancouver Canucks – August 1st

Connor Hellebuyck – Winnipeg Jets – August 1st

Calvin de Haan – New York Islanders -August 2nd

Nino Niederreiter – Minnesota Wild – August 3rd

Nate Schmidt – Vegas Golden Knights – August 3rd

Mikael Granlund – Minnesota Wild – August 4th

Nathan Beaulieu – Buffalo Sabres – August 4th

Conor Sheary – Pittsburgh Penguins – August 4th