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Heading back to school
Has third straight 20-goal season
Gallagher has 22 goals, 21 assists and a team-high 226 shots while averaging 16:55 of ice time per game over 59 contests in 2019-20.
Sets new standard
Armia has 16 goals, 14 assists and 146 hits while averaging a career-high 17:14 of ice time per game over 58 games in 2020-21.
No lock for long-term deal
Mantha acknowledged that missing 28 games this season -- between a knee injury and punctured lung -- has the potential to complicate contract negotiations as he seeks a long-term extension with the Red Wings this summer, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Inks entry-level deal
Failing to impress
On track with recovery
Signs with Minnesota
Notches 25 goals again
Dadonov has 25 goals and 47 points in 69 games this season.
Leads Penguins in goals
Rust has 56 points with a team-leading 27 goals and a plus-14 rating in 55 games this season.
Signs with Rangers
Inks pro deal
Struggling to score
DeBrincat only has 18 goals and 45 points through 70 games this season.
Nearing 90-point mark
Kane has racked up 33 goals and 84 points in 70 games this campaign.
Stellar sophomore season
Svechnikov has 24 goals, 61 points and a plus-9 rating in 68 games this season.
Continues consistent goal scoring
Palmieri has 25 goals, 45 points and a minus-4 rating in 65 games this season.
Reaches 25-goal mark
Perron has 25 goals and 60 points in 71 games this season.
Sets career high in goals
Lindholm has 29 goals, 54 points and a minus-8 rating in 70 games this season.
Feeling healthy again
Could benefit from shutdown
Returning to college
Caufield won't join the Canadiens to begin the 2020-21 season after he informed his coach at the University of Wisconsin, Tony Granato, that he plans to return for his sophomore campaign, Todd Milewski of the Wisconsin State Journal reports.
Seeking first Rocket Richard
Demoted to AHL
Playing days likely over
Pominville admitted in an interview earlier this month with Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News that his playing career is likely over. "I viewed the odds of [playing a 16th NHL season] happening as very, very, very slim," Pominville said. "I was prepared for it. I wasn't by any means disappointed. Obviously, it would have been nice to get a call from some contender looking for a veteran...I can't see myself playing anywhere next year, especially after not playing for over a year. I'm past it and over it. It's definitely been a fun ride."
Exits with apparent head injury