There have been extremely successful teams impacting the offseason so far. The teams that have had a very successful offseason so far is the Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche.
The Montreal Canadiens additions:
Jake AllenJosh Anderson Joel Edmundson Alexander RomanovTyler Toffoli
The Montreal Canadiens subtractions
Max DomiKarl Alzner Dale WeiseChristian
With the first two weeks of the off-season over and done with, the Detroit Red Wings look like an entirely different team. With eight different players signed to short-term deals and several players not being brought back, they no longer resemble the worst team the NHL has seen since 2000.
The Boston Bruins participated in last week's 2020 draft. With only four picks the Bruins drafted for the future rather than now. With offseason surgeries to David Pastrnak and Brad Marchand, we will see if this draft either hurts the organization or helps the team. In this post, we will
Jumbo Joe Thornton is finally a Toronto Maple Leaf. Fans of the Maple Leafs have wanted Thornton to come home for a long time. For many, that dream has finally come true and is now a reality. He signed a one-year deal worth $700,000.
Thornton Had A Long Road Home
His journey started
On Monday, October 12th the Montreal Canadiens make a huge move Signing forward Tyler Toffoli to a 4-year contract. Toffoli was the best player for the Canadiens on the market, and they made their biggest step of free agency so far by signing him.
Long term this is a low
On Monday, the Canucks struck a deal with Las Vegas to acquiring defenceman Nate Schmidt. Earlier in the day, the Golden Knights signed free agencies big fish, Alex Pietrangelo meaning cap space had to be cleared and Nate Schmidt was the odd man out.
Now when a