NHL News: Wild, Kings, Sens, Oilers, Blues, Blackhawks and Canucks

NHL News: Wild, Kings, Sens, Oilers, Blues, Blackhawks and Canucks

Henrik and Daniel Sedin
On the Minnesota Wild …

Minnesota Wild: The Wild will be bringing Daniel Winnik to training camp on a PTO.

Sean Shapiro: GM Chuck Fletcher said that prospect Mason Shaw (leg) could be out for four to six months.

On the Los Angeles Kings …

Curtis Zupke: GM Rob Blake said that Marian Gaborik will have more tests . He’s been skating but not taking contact.

On the Ottawa Senators …

Chris Stevenson: (the Oilers signed Chris Kelly to a PTO on Sunday) The Ottawa Senators were considering offering Kelly a PTO.

On the Edmonton Oilers …

Jim Matheson: Coach Todd McLellan said that Ryan Strome will start training camp on the right side of Connor McDavid. Some Pro scouts think he’s a center.

On the St. Louis Blues …

Tom Timmermann: The Blues signed defenseman Petteri Lindbohm to a one-year, two-way contract. He’ll be competing for the seventh defenseman slot.

On the Chicago Blackhawks …

Adam Gretz: The Blackhawks agree with Cody Franson on a training camp PTO last week. They will also be bringing in forwards John Mitchell and Drew Miller, as well as defenseman Mark Stuart on PTOs.

On Henrik and Daniel Sedin

Henrik and Daniel Sedin in the Players Tribune: In a letter to fans as they enter the final season of their contract. The 36-year old Sedin’s said that Vancouver is their home and that they don’t want to play anywhere else.

“When the time is right, we will sit down with management and discuss it. People say our window for winning a Cup has closed, but we have said it before, and we will say it again. We won’t play anywhere else. If we are going to win a Stanley Cup, if we are going to achieve our dream, we’d only want it to be in Vancouver. If we did it anywhere else, I don’t think it would feel the same.”