Carey Terrance had a week in Nashville that he’ll never forget. From skating at a youth hockey clinic early in the week with other top prospects to hearing his name called at the NHL Draft later in the week, he realized his dream of being drafted.
On Wednesday, the Anaheim Ducks found out Troy Terry is among the 22 players filing for arbitration as an eligible restricted free agent. The two sides can continue to work out a deal prior to the arbitration, but this would suggest Terry’s camp believes he is worth more than the Ducks’ initial qualifying offer.
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Unfortunately, not everything that came from another busy free agency period in the NHL world produced positive fantasy results. Here are five players who may see a dip in their fantasy production with their new squads.
Conflicting reports have emerged regarding Anaheim Ducks goaltender John Gibson’s alleged trade request out of the organization. Frank Seravalli of Daily Faceoff initially reported that Gibson had requested a trade and expressed his unwillingness to play another game for the Ducks.
John Gibson’s future with the Anaheim Ducks was already in question following the 2022-23 season. And now, it’s all but assured he won’t be back with the team that picked him 39th overall in the 2011 draft after he demanded to be traded on Monday, according to multiple reports.
The 29-year-old goaltender posted a 5-6-0 record over 19 games with the Anaheim Ducks last year, his fourth season in the league. Stolarz missed the last 30 games of the regular season due to knee surgery, but is already back to training and will be ready to go for 2022-23.
Radko Gudas is set to join the Anaheim Ducks in free agency on a significant three-year contract worth $4 million annually. This signing brings veteran experience and a physical defensive presence to the Ducks’ blue line, addressing a key need for the team.
Leo Carlsson, hailing from Örebro HK in the SHL, is an exceptional prospect known for his size and versatility as a center and wing. Standing at 6-foot-3 and weighing 194 pounds, his physical attributes make him an attractive asset for any team.
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With the award ceremony all complete, the next task at hand is the NHL Draft. Wednesday night begins a new chapter in plenty of players’ lives. They will get to live out their dream of being a professional hockey player.