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SportDucks sign Michael Del Zotto to one-year, $750K deal

06:11  12 july  2019
06:11  12 july  2019 Source:   prohockeyrumors.com

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Philly signs D Del Zotto to one - year contract. Del Zotto , 24, had a goal and four assists in 25 games for Nashville last season. The Flyers announced earlier Tuesday that veteran defenseman Kimmo Timonen was hospitalized in Finland with blood clots in his lower right leg and in both lungs.

Michael Del Zotto was traded to the Anaheim Ducks by the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday after the Schenn, a 29- year -old defenseman, did not have a point in eight games in his first season with Video: Pontus Aberg sent to Wild, Ducks get Justin Kloos. Kloos has played one NHL game

Ducks sign Michael Del Zotto to one-year, $750K deal© Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports

Michael Del Zotto is on his way back to Anaheim.  TVA Sports’ Renaud Lavoie reports that the defenseman has signed a one-year, $750K contract with the Ducks.  The deal represents a significant pay cut, as he made $3M in each of the last two seasons.

Del Zotto saw action with three different teams last season.  He started with Vancouver, but after being in and out of the lineup, he was traded to Anaheim in January.  While he played more of a regular role with the Ducks, he was only with them for a little more than a month.  With Anaheim selling down the stretch, he was sent to St. Louis for a sixth-round pick at the trade deadline, where he was a healthy scratch for a considerable amount of time including the entire postseason.  Overall, he suited up in 42 games, recording a goal and nine assists while logging 17:02 per night of playing time.

Maple Leafs re-sign goaltender Michael Hutchinson to one-year deal

Maple Leafs re-sign goaltender Michael Hutchinson to one-year deal The Maple Leafs have kept some goaltending depth in the fold, as CapFriendly reports they have signed Michael Hutchinson to a one-year contract. The pact is a one-way deal worth the league-minimum $700K salary. Hutchinson was brought in from Florida in a midseason trade to give them some insurance between the pipes, especially with injuries to Frederik Andersen and Garret Sparks. He did fairly well in five appearances with Toronto before having to be returned to the AHL to avoid needing to run him through waivers. He was back with the big club in the playoffs though and served as Andersen’s backup with Sparks practicing away from the Maple Leafs at the time.

In Michael Del Zotto , his new team is acquiring a veteran defenseman who is also known to play a This season, he scored one goal and three assists in 23 games, adding eight minutes in penalties. Del Zotto comes to the team as a pending unrestricted free agent, on the last year of the two- year

Anaheim Ducks defenseman Michael Del Zotto , below passes the Last month, the Ducks acquired Del Zotto from the Vancouver Canucks in exchange for defenseman Luke Schenn, 29. He has two first -round selections, including one that could be high depending on where the Ducks finish in the

While that’s a significant step back offensively considering he has surpassed the 30-point mark three times in his career already, the 29-year-old is still a good enough puck mover to potentially be useful on a third pairing.  Clearly, Anaheim GM Bob Murray liked what he saw from Del Zotto in his brief stint with the Ducks, and now he’ll get an opportunity to lock down a regular role with them for 2019-20.  With only three full-time NHL players signed on their back end at the moment, he should have a good chance of suiting up when the puck drops in October.

Maple Leafs sign Spezza to 1-year deal.
The Toronto Maple Leafs added veteran pivot Jason Spezza on a one-year contract Monday, the team announced. Spezza will earn the league minimum of $700,000. The 36-year-old spent the last five years with the Dallas Stars, putting up 27 points and averaging 13 minutes across 76 games while winning 58.2 percent of his draws. He'll offer reliable center and power-play depth for a Leafs team searching for cost-effective players. Spezza, a Mississauga, Ontario, native, is quite familiar with the Leafs, having spent the first 11 seasons of his career with the Ottawa Senators. Copyright © 2019 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved.

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