Ryan O’Reilly is okay with Vladimir Tarasenko
Tracey Myers of NHL.com: St. Louis Blues captain Ryan O’Reilly stated there are not any onerous emotions with Vladimir Tarasenko’s commerce request.
“We’ve had a short discuss, ‘Vladi’ and I. He’s right here and I believe he needs to be right here. Yeah, that occurred, the commerce request occurred, and it’s what it’s. I believe we’re a greater crew with him right here and now we have such good depth. However there’s no onerous emotions.”
Blues coach Craig Berube stated earlier this month that he expects Tarasenko to play for the Blues this 12 months.
Brock Boeser on Quinn Hughes, Elias Pettersson and his personal contract scenario
Josh Beneteau of Sportsnet: Vancouver Canucks Brock Boeser on Sportsnet 650 yesterday on RFAs Quinn Hughes and Elias Pettersson.
“Simply going via it I wouldn’t say I might be involved. I simply suppose as everybody is aware of it’s nearly discovering a good deal for either side. I believe that’s what everybody strives to do, is discover a honest deal. So whether or not it’s in a day or two or in per week I believe they’re going to discover a deal that’s honest for either side … and I’m fairly assured that they’ll be right here earlier than the primary sport of the season so I don’t suppose we have to fear about that.”
Again in 2019 Boeser missed the beginning of coaching camp earlier than signing a three-year, $17.625 million deal, and might be an RFA on the finish of this season. He’s specializing in the crew and never his personal contract scenario.
“Truthfully, I haven’t considered it a lot in any respect, I truthfully sort of overlook it was the final 12 months of my deal,” Boeser stated. “However you already know I’m not likely targeted on that. I’m simply targeted on selecting up the place I left off final season. I really feel that I had a fairly good 12 months final 12 months and I acquired to maintain enjoying that means to assist this crew make the playoffs. If I play like I did final 12 months I believe issues will handle themselves.”