If Anderson clears waivers he’ll be assigned to their taxi squad.
He’ll get $700,000 in the NHL and $100,000 in the minors.
He’ll get $700,000 in the NHL and $150,000 in the minors. $200,000 is guaranteed.
- Cap Friendly: “At the moment the #Oilers don’t have the cap space to keep him on the roster, nor do they have an open Taxi Squad spot. They are also not in an emergency situation with a full 23-man roster. Therefore, Shore will be assigned to the AHL as soon as he clears.”
Hoffman still waiting for a work visa
Zibanejad real close
Bobrovsky back on the ice
Dan Rosen of NHL.com: Florida Panthers goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky took to the ice for the first time at training camp. He’s been unfit to practice since arriving. He’ll skate again and doesn’t think that it will take long to be ready.
The Panthers first game of the season isn’t until Sunday after their first two games were postponed as they were against the Dallas Stars.
“Good to see him back,” Quenneville said of Bobrovsky. “He felt fine out there. He did a lot of drills, almost took every shot at his end. So he had a good work day. We’ll see how he comes in tomorrow and presents, and we’ll talk with our goalie group. I think we’ve got an opportunity here. He’ll dictate to us over the next few days whether Sunday is an option or not.”