Entry Draft 2017

#TEAMORIGINALPLAYERMUST SIGN BYTRADE/ADDITIONAL DETAILS
1New Jersey Devils-Nico Hischier-
Won the draft lottery to move from 5th to 1st overall
2Philadelphia Flyers-Nolan Patrick-
Won the second draft lottery to move from 13th to 2nd overall
3Dallas Stars-Miro Heiskanen-
Won the third draft lottery to move from 8th to 3rd overall
4Colorado Avalanche-Cale Makar-
5Vancouver Canucks-Elias Pettersson-
6Vegas Golden Knights-Cody Glass-
7New York RangersArizona CoyotesLias Andersson-
June 23, 2017:
8Buffalo Sabres-Casey Mittelstadt-
9Detroit Red Wings-Michael Rasmussen-
10Florida Panthers-Owen Tippett-
11Los Angeles Kings-Gabriel Vilardi-
12Carolina Hurricanes-Martin Necas-
13Vegas Golden KnightsWinnipeg JetsNick Suzuki-
June 21, 2017:
VGK
2017 1st round pick (#13-Nick Suzuki)
2019 3rd round pick
WPG
2017 1st round pick (#24-Kristian Vesalainen)
Expansion Draft Considerations
14Tampa Bay Lightning-Callan Foote-
15Vegas Golden KnightsNew York IslandersErik Brannstrom-
June 21, 2017:
VGK
2017 1st round pick (#15-Erik Brannstrom)
2019 2nd round pick
NYI
Expansion Draft Considerations
16Calgary Flames-Juuso Valimaki-
17Toronto Maple Leafs-Timothy Liljegren-
18Boston Bruins-Urho Vaakanainen-
19San Jose Sharks-Joshua Norris-
20St. Louis Blues-Robert Thomas-
21New York Rangers-Filip Chytil-
22Edmonton Oilers-Kailer Yamamoto-
23Arizona CoyotesMinnesota WildPierre-Olivier Joseph-
February 26, 2016:
ARI
2017 1st round pick (#23-Pierre-Olivier Joseph)
2018 2nd round pick
2019 conditional 4th round pick*

*Condition: If Wild win one playoff round in the 2016/17 playoffs, it becomes 3rd round pick. If Wild win two rounds, it becomes 2nd round draft pick.

Result: The Wild were eliminated in the first round. Arizona will receive Minnesota's 2019 4th round pick
MIN
2017 4th round pick (#97)
24Winnipeg JetsColumbus Blue JacketsKristian Vesalainen-
June 21, 2017:
WPG
2017 1st round pick (#24-Kristian Vesalainen)
Expansion Draft Considerations
VGK
2017 1st round pick (#13-Nick Suzuki)
2019 3rd round pick
June 21, 2017:
VGK
2017 1st round pick (#13-Nick Suzuki)
2019 2nd round pick
CBJ
Expansion Draft Considerations
25Montreal Canadiens-Ryan Poehling-
26Dallas StarsChicago BlackhawksJake Oettinger-
June 23, 2017:
DAL
2017 1st round pick (#26-Jake Oettinger)
CHI
2017 1st round pick (#29-Henri Jokiharju)
2017 3rd round pick (#70)
27Philadelphia FlyersWashington CapitalsMorgan Frost-
June 23, 2017:
PHI
2017 1st round pick (#27-Morgan Frost)
2018 conditional 1st round pick*

*Condition: If the 2018 draft pick becomes a top 10 pick, Blues have the option to keep the pick. The pick then becomes a 2019 1st round pick, and the Flyers also receive a 2019 3rd round pick
February 27, 2017:
STL
2017 1st round pick (#27-Morgan Frost)
2019 conditional 2nd round pick*

*Conditions: If Capitals re-sign Shattenkirk or advance to 2016/17 Eastern Conference Finals and if Shattenkirk plays in 50% of the first two rounds, Blues receive 2019 2nd round draft pick. If Capitals trade Shattenkirk on or before July 1, 2017; Blues receive a 7th round draft pick. However, should the return in a trade be a 4th round pick or earlier; instead of the 7th round pick, Blues receive next available pick two rounds later than the earliest pick received by the Capitals.
28Ottawa Senators-Shane Bowers-
29Chicago BlackhawksAnaheim DucksHenri Jokiharju-
June 23, 2017:
CHI
2017 1st round pick (#29-Henri Jokiharju)
2017 3rd round pick (#70)
DAL
2017 1st round pick (#26-Jake Oettinger)
February 24, 2017:
DAL
2017 conditional 1st round pick* (#29-Henri Jokiharju)

*Conditions- Based on final draft position, Dallas will acquire the middle pick of the 3 picks Toronto had acquired, one of which was sent to Anaheim in a previous trade. The selection will be one from the 2017 draft (Ottawa 2nd round pick, San Jose 2nd round pick and Toronto 2nd round pick).
If Eaves plays in 50% of the games in first two rounds and Anaheim advances to the third round, the selection becomes Anaheim's 2017 1st round pick.

Result: Anaheim advanced to the 3rd round and Eaves played in 50% of the games. Dallas acquires Ducks 2017 1st round pick. Anaheim retains the 2017 2nd round pick.
30Nashville Predators-Eeli Tolvanen-
31St. Louis BluesPittsburgh PenguinsKlim Kostin-
June 23, 2017:
STL
2017 1st round pick (#31-Klim Kostin)
PIT
2017 2nd round pick (#51)

SIGNINGS

PLAYERCAP HIT
Patrick Eaves $3,150,000
T.J. Oshie $5,750,000
Kris Russell $4,000,000
Alex Broadhurst $660,000
Frederik Tiffels $742,500
Chad Ruhwedel $650,000
Christian Djoos $650,000
Erik Haula $2,750,000
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UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS

PLAYERPREVIOUS CAP HIT
Joe Thornton$6,750,000
Patrick Marleau$6,666,667
Ryan Miller$6,000,000
Patrick Sharp$5,900,000
Andrei Markov$5,750,000
Alexander Radulov$5,750,000
Dan Girardi$5,500,000
Jarome Iginla$5,333,333
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2017-18 CAP SPACE

CAP CEILING: 75.0M| CAP FLOOR: 55.4M
TEAMROSTER SIZECONTRACTS PROJECTED CAP HIT PROJECTED CAP SPACE CURRENT CAP SPACE
Chicago Blackhawks
2136$76,445,628$0 (-$1,445,628 )$0
Vegas Golden Knights
2129$71,200,833$3,799,167$3,799,167
New York Islanders
2137$69,459,643$5,540,357$5,540,357
Anaheim Ducks
2235$68,584,167$6,415,833$6,415,833
Detroit Red Wings
1736$67,097,045$7,902,955$7,902,955
Columbus Blue Jackets
2140$64,712,975$10,287,025$10,287,025
Los Angeles Kings
1630$64,316,060$10,683,940$10,683,940
St. Louis Blues
1834$64,091,667$10,908,333$10,908,333
Philadelphia Flyers
1634$62,471,667$12,528,333$12,528,333
Minnesota Wild
1530$61,558,591$13,441,409$13,441,409
Boston Bruins
1736$61,531,668$13,468,332$13,468,332
Toronto Maple Leafs
1937$60,945,834$14,054,166$14,054,166
Ottawa Senators
1731$60,162,500$14,837,500$14,837,500
San Jose Sharks
1637$56,620,000$18,380,000$18,380,000
Pittsburgh Penguins
1728$56,075,833$18,924,167$18,924,167
Washington Capitals
1231$55,938,462$19,061,538$19,061,538
Vancouver Canucks
1734$55,524,999$19,475,001$19,475,001
Calgary Flames
1432$55,425,400$19,574,600$19,574,600
Winnipeg Jets
1932$55,078,333$19,921,667$19,921,667
Edmonton Oilers
2034$55,038,667$19,961,333$19,961,333
New York Rangers
1737$54,999,444$20,000,556$20,000,556
Florida Panthers
1426$54,873,333$20,126,667$20,126,667
Montreal Canadiens
1736$53,987,977$21,012,023$21,012,023
Colorado Avalanche
1325$53,409,762$21,590,238$21,590,238
Dallas Stars
1532$52,536,667$22,463,333$22,463,333
Nashville Predators
1934$52,259,166$22,740,834$22,740,834
Tampa Bay Lightning
1428$51,886,667$23,113,333$23,113,333
New Jersey Devils
1329$50,527,501$24,472,499$24,472,499
Arizona Coyotes
1734$49,761,942$25,238,058$25,238,058
Buffalo Sabres
1529$49,487,441$25,512,559$25,512,559
Carolina Hurricanes
1837$49,290,833$25,709,167$25,709,167

RECALLS & REASSIGNMENTS

PLAYERTRANSACTION
Nate SchmidtExpansion draft
Marc-Andre FleuryExpansion draft
Trevor Van RiemsdykExpansion draft
William KarlssonExpansion draft
Erik HaulaExpansion draft
Clayton StonerExpansion draft
Alexei EmelinExpansion draft
Griffin ReinhartExpansion draft
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RECENT TRADES

DATETRADE DETAILS
June 23, 2017

Ryan Reaves · $1,125,000$0$0
2017 2nd round pick (#51)
Sum: $1,125,000$0$0
Change:+$1,125,000$0$0

Oskar Sundqvist · $0$0$0
2017 1st round pick (#31)
Sum: 000
Change:-$1,125,000$0$0
June 23, 2017

Brayden Schenn · $5,125,000$0$0
2018 conditional 1st round pick
Sum: $5,125,000$0$0
Change:+$425,000$0$0

Jori Lehtera · $4,700,000$0$0
2017 1st round pick (#27)
Sum: 4,700,00000
Change:-$425,000$0$0
June 23, 2017

2017 1st round pick (#29)
2017 3rd round pick (#70)
Sum: $0$0$0
Change:$0$0$0

2017 1st round pick (#26)
Sum: 000
Change:$0$0$0
June 23, 2017

Anthony Deangelo · $863,333$0$0
2017 1st round pick
Sum: $863,333$0$0
Change:-$6,636,667$0$0

Derek Stepan · $6,500,000$0$0
Antti Raanta · $1,000,000$0$0
Sum: 7,500,00000
Change:+$6,636,667$0$0
June 23, 2017

Dante Salituro · $0$0$0 (AHL/JR)
Sum: $0$0$0
Change:$0$0$0

Sum: 000
Change:$0$0$0
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