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  • Report: Jets suspend Byfuglien
    By Field Level Media / Saturday, September 21, 2019

    The Winnipeg Jets suspended defenseman Dustin Byfuglien for refusing to report to training camp, TSN reported Saturday.

    • The 34-year-old Byfuglien reportedly was considering retirement.

      Byfuglien has been absent since camp opened on Sept. 13. He met with Jets coach Paul Maurice on Thursday.

      General manager Kevin Cheveldayoff was hopeful Friday that the club could work something out with Byfuglien.

      "Dustin is a big part of our family here," Cheveldayoff told reporters. "There's always an open policy for discussions. We always care about people of our family. One thing I will say, healthwise, everything is good for him and his family. But again, from our standpoint, we support Dustin and look forward to the resolution."

      Byfuglien is scheduled to earn $8 million this season in the fourth year of a five-year deal.

      Byfuglien scored 31 points (four goals, 27 assists) in 42 games last season, his eighth in Winnipeg. He was twice sidelined due to different lower-body injuries.

      Overall, Byfuglien has recorded 525 career points (177 goals, 348 assists) in 869 games. He played his first five seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks and one with the Atlanta Thrashers before that franchise moved to Winnipeg before the 2011-12 season.

      --Field Level Media

  • Rangers, D DeAngelo agree to one-year deal
    By Field Level Media / Friday, September 20, 2019

    The New York Rangers and restricted free agent defenseman Tony DeAngelo agreed to contract terms, the team announced Friday.

    • The one-year deal is worth $925,000, TSN reported.

      DeAngelo, 23, appeared in 61 games for the Rangers, scoring 30 points (four goals, 26 assists). His plus-six rating led the Rangers.

      The Rangers acquired DeAngelo, a New Jersey native, in a 2017 trade with Arizona. The Coyotes selected him 19th overall in the 2014 NHL Draft.

      In 132 games with the Coyotes and Rangers, DeAngelo has nine goals and 43 assists.

      --Field Level Media

  • Veteran D Girardi retires
    By Field Level Media / Friday, September 20, 2019

    Veteran NHL defenseman Dan Girardi announced his retirement on Friday.

    • Girardi, 35, appeared in 927 career games with the New York Rangers and Tampa Bay Lightning, tallying 264 points (56 goals, 208 assists) with a plus-78 rating.

      Signed by the Rangers as an undrafted free agent from Welland, Ontario, Girardi played for the team from 2006-17. He spent the past two years with the Tampa Bay Lightning, appearing in 62 games last season with 16 points (four goals, 12 assists).

      He also played in 143 career Stanley Cup Playoff games, recording eight goals and 28 assists.

      "I gave my all every single night and left it all out on the ice," Girardi said in a statement. "Now it's time for the next chapter of my life to begin and I couldn't be happier ... and so is my body."

      --Field Level Media

  • Senators sign D Chabot to 8-year, $64M extension
    By Field Level Media / Thursday, September 19, 2019

    The Ottawa Senators signed 22-year-old defenseman Thomas Chabot to an eight-year, $64 million extension Thursday.

    • The Senators' 2015 first-round draft pick (18th overall) was an All-Star in 2018-19 with 14 goals and 41 assists in 70 games. His 55 points ranked 10th among NHL defensemen.

      "Thomas is an exceptional talent and an outstanding teammate, who is impactful both on and off the ice. He is the type of player that can develop into a core member of a championship-level team in the National Hockey League," Senators general manager Pierre Dorion said in a release.

      Chabot has tallied 23 goals and 80 points in 134 career games.

      The extension begins after his entry-level contract expires at the end of the 2019-20 season and runs through the 2027-28 campaign.

      --Field Level Media

  • Bruins sign D Carlo to two-year, $5.7M deal
    By Field Level Media / Tuesday, September 17, 2019

    The Boston Bruins locked up another young defenseman Tuesday, signing Brandon Carlo to a two-year contract worth $5.7 million.

    • Just two days earlier, the Bruins signed Charlie McAvoy, who also was a restricted free agent, to a three-year, $14.7 million deal.

      Carlo, 22, appeared in 72 regular-season games with Boston in 2018-19, tallying 10 points (two goals, eight assists) with a plus-22 rating. He added two goals and two assists in 24 playoff games.

      The Bruins selected Carlo in the second round (37th overall) in the 2015 NHL Draft.

      --Field Level Media

  • Canucks F Boeser signs 3-year, $17.6M deal
    By Field Level Media / Tuesday, September 17, 2019

    The Vancouver Canucks and restricted free agent forward Brock Boeser agreed to a three-year, $17,625,000 contract, the team announced Monday night.

    • The new deal carries an average annual value of $5,875,000 for the 22-year-old right winger.

      "We're very pleased to have Brock re-sign," Canucks general manager Jim Benning said in a statement. "He's a talented player, a key contributor to our offense and an important part of our team's future. We look forward to having Brock join the team in preparation for the upcoming season."

      Boeser finished third on the Canucks last season with 56 points (26 goals, 30 assists) in 69 appearances. The Burnsville, Minn., native also was chosen the NHL All-Star Game MVP in 2018. Drafted No. 23 overall in 2015 by Vancouver, Boeser has 59 goals and 57 assists in 140 career games.

      That production has come despite some injury troubles. Boeser missed the final 16 games of Vancouver's 2017-18 season with a back ailment, and he sat out 11 games with a groin injury last season.

      --Field Level Media

  • Flyers, Konecny agree to 6-year, $33M deal
    By Field Level Media / Monday, September 16, 2019

    Restricted free agent forward Travis Konecny and the Philadelphia Flyers agreed to terms on a six-year, $33 million deal, the club announced Monday.

    • "I'm really excited about signing with the Flyers and being able to call Philadelphia home for the next six years," the 22-year-old Konecny said. "I can't wait to get back with my teammates and to start a new relationship with the coaching staff. It's on me now to work hard and make up for the couple days I wasn't able to be here."

      The contract will run through the 2024-25 season with an average annual value of $5.5 million.

      "We are happy to have Travis under contract for the next six seasons," general manager Chuck Fletcher said in a statement. "Travis has shown progression in each of his three seasons and is an integral part of our group of young forwards. His speed, skill and tenacity sets him apart in today's NHL."

      Last season, Konecny collected 24 goals and 25 assists for 49 points, the latter two categories being career highs. The first-round pick (24th overall) by the Flyers in 2015 has 124 points (59 goals, 65 assists) over 233 games in his three-year NHL career, all with the Flyers.

      --Field Level Media

  • NHLPA declines to reopen CBA
    By Field Level Media / Monday, September 16, 2019

    The NHLPA announced Monday that it declined to exercise its option to reopen the collective bargaining agreement following the 2019-20 season.

    • The decision means that the NHL will play without interruption through the 2021-22 season.

      If the union elected to reopen the collective bargaining agreement, the current deal would have expired on Sept. 15, 2020.

      "While players have concerns with the current CBA, we agree with the league that working together to address those concerns is the preferred course of action instead of terminating the agreement following this season," NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr said in a statement. "We have been having discussions with the league about an extension of the CBA and expect that those talks will continue."

      The NHL, which faced a Sept. 1 deadline to make its decision, announced Aug. 30 that it would not reopen the agreement. For its part, the NHLPA had until Monday to make its decision.

      The league's current collective bargaining agreement was ratified after the most recent lockout in 2013.

      In that span, the NHL has seen a steady growth in revenue, the birth of the Vegas Golden Knights in the 2017-18 season as well as a 32nd club in Seattle set for the 2021-22 campaign.

      -- Field Level Media

  • McAvoy inks three-year, $14.7M deal with Bruins
    By Field Level Media / Sunday, September 15, 2019

    Defenseman Charlie McAvoy signed a three-year, $14.7 million contract with the Boston Bruins on Sunday.

    • The 21-year-old was a restricted free agent. Boston selected him in the first round (14th overall) of the 2016 NHL Draft.

      McAvoy appeared in 54 regular-season games in 2018-19, tallying 28 points (seven goals, 21 assists) and leading the team with 22:10 ice time per game. He also appeared in 23 playoff games, scoring eight points (two goals, six assists) in 24:30 minutes on the ice per game.

      --Field Level Media

  • Wild D Spurgeon signs seven-year extension
    By Field Level Media / Saturday, September 14, 2019

    Minnesota Wild defenseman Jared Spurgeon signed a seven-year, $53,025,000 contract extension, the team announced Saturday.

    • Spurgeon's contract has a $7,575,000 average annual value and runs through the 2026-27 season.

      The 29-year-old Spurgeon posted career highs in goals (14), assists (29), points (43), games played (82) and penalty minutes (20) last season.

      Spurgeon led the team in blocked shots (145) and ranked second in average ice time per game (24:09).

      Spurgeon has collected 70 goals and 178 assists in 591 career games with the Wild, who signed him as a free agent on Sept. 23, 2010. He was selected by the New York Islanders in the sixth round of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.

      -- Field Level Media

  • Capitals' Kuznetsov gets three-game NHL suspension
    By Field Level Media / Saturday, September 14, 2019

    The NHL suspended Washington Capitals center Evgeny Kuznetsov for three games without pay for what it termed inappropriate conduct.

    • The suspension stems from a positive test for cocaine at the 2019 IIHF World Championships on May 26. The International Ice Hockey Federation already banned him from international competition for four years. The ban took effect on June 13, 2019.

      Kuznetsov and NHLPA representatives met with commissioner Gary Bettman on Monday.

      In a statement issued through the Capitals on Saturday, Kuznetsov said he will not appeal the league's ruling.

      "I have decided to accept the NHL's suspension today. I am once again sorry that I have disappointed my family, my teammates, and the Capitals organization and fans. I promise to do everything in my power to win you back with my actions both on and off the ice," he said. "I also understand that I am fortunate to have an opportunity to make things right.

      "Thanks to the Capitals, NHL, and NHLPA, I have taken many steps in the right direction and I'm confident that I will continue on that path. I am grateful for everyone's support and I'm looking to move forward from this point. While I can appreciate that people may have additional questions, I will not be commenting further on this matter."

      Kuznetsov, 27, will be eligible to return to international play on June 12, 2023, meaning he cannot participate for his homeland, Russia, in the 2022 Winter Olympics.

      The ban didn't apply to his status with the Capitals. Under the NHL and NHLPA's joint Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health Program, players are not suspended for positive tests for marijuana or cocaine.

      The Capitals' first-round pick in the 2010 NHL Draft, Kuznetsov played in 76 games last season and tallied 72 points (21 goals, 51 assists). In his career, he's played in 416 games, scoring 337 points (101 goals, 236 assists).

      --Field Level Media

  • Leafs, Marner agree to six-year deal
    By Field Level Media / Friday, September 13, 2019

    Restricted free agent right winger Mitch Marner finally ended a rough negotiation battle and agreed to a six-year contract extension with the Toronto Maple Leafs on Friday night.

    • The Leafs announced that the average annual value of the contract is $10,893,000 against the salary cap. Marner, 22, ranks now third among the club's highest-paid players behind centers Auston Matthews ($11,634,000) and John Tavares ($11 million).

      Among the league's wingers, the cap hit ranks second behind New York Rangers free agent acquisition Artemi Panarin ($11,642,857).

      Negotiations between the Leafs and Marner during the offseason were contentious, holding up the signings of a number of restricted free agent forwards around the league that included the Tampa Bay Lightning's Brayden Point and the Calgary Flames' Matthew Tkachuk.

      Marner's negotiating team reportedly discounted the deals of other forwards around the league while focusing on the contract numbers Matthews, with a five-year deal, received earlier this year.

      At one point in the negotiations, with Toronto and the player not close to reaching an agreement, Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas indicated that the club might not match an offer sheet if Marner signed with another team.

      Marner played in 82 games for the Maple Leafs last season, totaling a career-high and team-leading 94 points (26 goals, 68 assists).

      In 241 NHL regular-season games during his three-year career, he has collected 224 points (67 goals, 157 assists), along with 17 points (five goals, 12 assists) in 20 career Stanley Cup playoff games.

      Marner was drafted by the Maple Leafs, his hometown team, in the first round (fourth overall) of the 2015 NHL Draft.

      --Field Level Media

  • Ducks' Kesler, Eaves to miss 2019-20 season
    By Field Level Media / Friday, September 13, 2019

    Anaheim Ducks forwards Ryan Kesler and Patrick Eaves will miss the 2019-20 season, the team announced Friday at the opening of training camp.

    • Kesler, 35, underwent right hip resurfacing surgery on May 9 in New York, which is a bone-preserving hip replacement aimed at easing pain. He could resume his career after a long recovery period but whether he will is uncertain. He played 60 games in Anaheim last season, tallying eight points (five goals, three assists).

      "At this point in my career, this surgery was the best option for my quality of life," Kesler said following the surgery. "The pain I was suffering has been greatly reduced since the procedure, and I'm grateful for that. While my playing future is unknown, I'm in a good place. I'm extremely appreciative of everyone that has helped me through the process. I look forward to spending more time with my family and doing everyday activities without pain."

      Eaves, also 35, has played nine games over the past two seasons, largely because of what was believed to be Guillain-Barré syndrome, which affects the nervous and immune systems. He last played for the Ducks on Feb. 4.

      "I won't say he's retiring, but he's out for the year," general manager Bob Murray said. "Whatever you want to call what he had keeps resurfacing. He's tried a couple times to come back, but he and his wife have decided that's enough for now, and I totally agree with that at this point in time."

      Eaves' $3.15 million cap hit will come off the books after this season, but Kesler's contract has $6.875 million remaining through the 2021-22 season.

      --Field Level Media

  • Flyers D Provorov signs six-year, $40.5M contract
    By Field Level Media / Friday, September 13, 2019

    Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Ivan Provorov signed a six-year, $40.5 million contract, the team announced Friday.

    • The contract has an average annual value of $6.75 million and runs through the 2024-25 season.

      Provorov, who was a restricted free agent, recorded 26 points (seven goals, 19 assists) in 82 games with the Flyers last season. The 22-year-old Russian led Philadelphia in ice time in each of his three NHL seasons.

      "We're pleased to have Ivan locked up for the next six years," Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher said. "Over the course of his young career, he has developed into one of the top young defensemen in the NHL. His commitment to the game and his teammates is second to none. He will be an important part of our success for years to come."

      Provorov has collected 97 points (30 goals, 67 assists) in 246 regular-season games since being selected by Philadelphia with the seventh overall pick of the 2015 NHL Draft.

      -- Field Level Media

  • Knights' D Theodore reveals testicular cancer treatment
    By Field Level Media / Thursday, September 12, 2019

    Vegas Golden Knights defender Shea Theodore revealed Thursday that he was treated for testicular cancer this summer.

    • In a first-person article posted by the Players Tribune, Theodore said that cancer was detected after an irregular drug test at the world hockey championships, at which he won a silver medal with Team Canada.

      He said the failed test detected an elevated level of the hormone hCG, which was not from a foreign substance, but instead the initial clue in an eventual diagnosis of Stage I testicular cancer. He had surgery and has "made a full recovery," he said.

      "If I had not taken that test, and then if the cancer had gone undetected for a few more years ... I don't even want to think about how differently my life could've turned out," Theodore, 24, wrote. "Whether or not you believe everything happens for a reason, what happened to me really feels like a miracle.

      "Currently, I've made a full recovery and of course I'll be followed closely for any signs of recurrent disease by my surgeon.

      Theodore was selected by the Knights before the 2017-18 season from the Anaheim Ducks roster. He played in 79 games and tallied 37 points (12 goals, 25 assists).

      --Field Level Media

  • Jets D Morrissey signs 8-year, $50M extension
    By Field Level Media / Thursday, September 12, 2019

    Defenseman Josh Morrissey signed an eight-year, $50 million contract extension with the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday.

    • Including the year remaining on his current deal, the 24-year-old is committed to the Jets through the 2027-28 season.

      Winnipeg's first-round draft pick (13th overall) in 2013, Morrissey has posted 77 points and 99 penalty minutes in 223 career games with the Jets.

      He tallied six goals and a career-high 25 assists and averaged a career-best 22:24 in ice time in 59 games last season. He missed the final 20 regular-season games with an upper-body injury but returned for the playoffs.

      The Calgary native will earn $8 million in the first, second and fourth years of the deal, $5.2 million in the third season, $6.4 million in the fifth and $4.8 million in each of the last three years.

      --Field Level Media

  • Wild F Fiala signs two-year, $6 million deal
    By Field Level Media / Wednesday, September 11, 2019

    The Minnesota Wild re-signed forward Kevin Fiala to a two-year, $6 million deal, the team announced Wednesday.

    • Fiala will make $2.5 million this season and $3.5 million in 2020-21, according to the club.

      The 23-year-old Fiala recorded 39 points (13 goals, 26 assists) in 83 games last season while splitting time with the Nashville Predators and Wild. He joined Minnesota on Feb. 25 in exchange for Mikael Granlund and had had seven points (three goals, four assists) in 19 games with the Wild.

      Fiala has 45 goals and 52 assists (97 points) in 204 NHL games with the Predators and Wild. He was the 11th overall pick of the 2014 draft by Nashville.

      The Switzerland native's best season was 2017-18, when he set career highs for points (48) and goals (23).

      --Field Level Media

  • Bruins hand Cassidy multi-year extension
    By Field Level Media / Wednesday, September 11, 2019

    Boston Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy signed a multi-year contract extension on Wednesday.

    • Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed for the 54-year-old Cassidy, who guided the Bruins to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final last season. The St. Louis Blues posted a 4-1 win in that contest to capture their first Stanley Cup title in franchise history.

      General manager Don Sweeney announced the extension one day before the start of training camp.

      Cassidy has posted a 117-52-22 record in 191 games behind the bench in Boston. The .670 winning percentage ranks fourth among coaches of the Original Six franchise.

      The Bruins skated to a 49-24-9 mark last season to finish in second place in the Atlantic Division behind only Presidents' Trophy-winning Tampa Bay.

      Cassidy was a finalist for the Jack Adams Award as the top coach in the NHL following the 2017-18 season, his first in Boston.

      -- Field Level Media

  • Devils re-sign C Zacha to 3-year, $6.75M deal
    By Field Level Media / Tuesday, September 10, 2019

    The New Jersey Devils re-signed center Pavel Zacha to a three-year, $6.75 million contract on Tuesday, ending speculation that the restricted free agent might bolt for the KHL.

    • Zacha, 22, scored a career-high 13 goals and added 12 assists in 61 games with the Devils in 2018-19.

      New Jersey's first-round draft pick (sixth overall) in 2015, Zacha has 76 points (29 goals, 47 assists) in 201 career NHL games.

      "We are happy to have finalized this three-year agreement as Pavel is an important part of our team," Devils general manager Ray Shero said in a statement. "He has established himself as someone who can play in any situation and we are looking forward to his continued growth as a player."

      The signing came one day after reports surfaced that Zacha had agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Avangard of the Russia-based KHL.

      The Devils, coming off an eighth-place division finish last season, open training camp on Friday.

      --Field Level Media

  • Canadiens will not re-sign D Markov
    By Field Level Media / Monday, September 9, 2019

    Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin said Monday that defenseman Andrei Markov will not return to the Montreal this season after a two-season sojourn in the Kontinental Hockey League.

    • Markov, 40, left the Canadiens after the 2016-17 campaign and signed with Ak Bars Kazan. He had spent his previous 16 NHL seasons with Montreal (he spent the 2004-05 lockout playing in Russia with Dynamo Moscow of the Russian Superleague), and the Canadiens are the only NHL team with which he has ever played.

      "We have some young kids pushing and as far as where Andrei was two years ago, where our team was two years ago, things have changed," Bergevin said at the Canadiens annual golf tournament. "And now we're going, you know I call it a reset, refresh, and we did that, and now we're going to keep in that direction."

      In August, Markov said he wanted to return to the franchise for what would likely be his final professional season. He has been practicing in Florida.

      In 990 NHL games, Markov had 119 goals and 453 assists. With Kazan last season, he had two goals and 12 assists in 49 games.

      --Field Level Media

  • Ovechkin returns to ice after injury scare
    By Field Level Media / Monday, September 9, 2019

    Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin was able to laugh off what initially appeared to be a serious injury during a scrimmage on Monday.

    • Ovechkin went down awkwardly and reportedly screamed in pain before leaving the ice without putting any weight on his left leg. The three-time Hart Trophy recipient was helped off the ice by teammates John Carlson, Tom Wilson and Nicklas Backstrom.

      Ovechkin, however, returned to the ice approximately 20 minutes later to resume skating.

      Ovechkin, who turns 34 on Sept. 17, dismissed Monday's events as a continuation of a bad start to his week.

      "It's OK," he said, per NHL.com. "Last night I fell off my bike."

      Ovechkin will be heading into his 15th NHL season after collecting a league-leading 51 goals to go along with 38 assists in 81 games in 2018-19.

      -- Field Level Media

  • Blue Jackets D Werenski agrees to 3-year deal
    By Field Level Media / Monday, September 9, 2019

    Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Zach Werenski agreed to terms on a three-year, $15 million contract on Monday.

    • Werenski recorded 11 goals and 33 assists in 82 games last season while averaging 22:54 of ice time per contest.

      Werenski added one goal and five assists in 10 playoff games in the spring as Columbus advanced to the second round for the first time in franchise history.

      The 22-year-old Werenski is set to become Columbus' second-highest paid defenseman behind Seth Jones, who carries a $5.4 million cap hit for the next three seasons.

      "Zach Werenski is one of the best young defensemen in the National Hockey League and we couldn't be happier that he will continue to be a foundational player for the Columbus Blue Jackets," general manager Jarmo Kekalainen said. "He is a gifted offensive player that has continued to improve in all facets of the game and will be an elite player for many years."

      Werenski has collected 38 goals and 90 assists in 237 career NHL games since being selected by the Blue Jackets with the eighth overall pick of the 2015 NHL Draft.

      -- Field Level Media

  • Kings sign G Campbell to two-year extension
    By Field Level Media / Saturday, September 7, 2019

    The Los Angeles Kings signed goaltender Jack Campbell to a two-year contract extension worth $3.3 million, the team announced Saturday.

    • Campbell's contract will go into effect at the start of the 2020-21 season. It carries an average annual value of $1.65 million.

      The 27-year-old Campbell posted a 10-14-1 record with two shutouts, a 2.30 goals-against average and .928 save percentage in 33 games (career-high 25 starts) last season. His save percentage was third-best among goaltenders who appeared in at least 25 games in 2018-19.

      Campbell has a 12-15-3 mark with two shutouts, a 2.41 goals-against average and .925 save percentage in 38 career games with the Dallas Stars (2013-14) and Kings (2016-19).

      The Kings acquired Campbell from the Stars on June 25, 2016, in exchange for defenseman Nick Ebert.

      The Stars drafted Campbell with the 11th overall pick of the 2010 NHL Draft.

      -- Field Level Media

  • Bruins D Chara says he might miss season opener
    By Field Level Media / Saturday, September 7, 2019

    Veteran defenseman Zdeno Chara said he might not be ready for the start of the NHL season as he continues to recover from a broken jaw and elbow surgery.

    • The Boston Bruins captain was injured in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final when he was hit in the face by a deflected puck. He played in Game 5 despite the injury.

      "I'm not sure," Charo told The Boston Globe on Friday when asked if he'd be on the ice when the Bruins start the season on Oct. 3 in Dallas.

      "I think I should be, but it's a process of making sure there are no setbacks or any discomfort."

      After the season, he underwent surgery to remove loose bodies in his elbow. Plates and screws were inserted in his jaw.

      Chara, 42, is returning for his 22nd NHL season.

      Chara started his career with four seasons with the New York Islanders and another four with the Ottawa Senators, joining the Bruins before the 2006-07 season. He has 642 points (200 goals, 442 assists) in 1,485 career games.

      --Field Level Media

  • Blackhawks sign F Perlini to one-year contract
    By Field Level Media / Friday, September 6, 2019

    The Chicago Blackhawks signed restricted free agent forward Brendan Perlini to a one-year, $874,125 contract, the team announced on Friday.

    • Perlini recorded 21 points (14 goals, seven assists) in 68 games with the Arizona Coyotes and Blackhawks last season.

      The Blackhawks acquired the 23-year-old Perlini and Dylan Strome from the Coyotes for fellow forward Nick Schmaltz on Nov. 25.

      Perlini has collected 72 points (45 goals, 27 assists) in 199 career games with the Coyotes and Blackhawks since being selected by Arizona with the 12th overall pick in the 2014 NHL Draft.

      -- Field Level Media