Who’s Signed, Who’s Free

Now that the NHL and AHL postseasons have come to a close, and full off-season mode has taken over, here is a peek at the contract statuses of this past year’s Wolf Pack roster, with NHL contract info courtesy of capgeek.com.

Conor Allen – signed

Arron Asham – unrestricted free agent

Justin Baker – unrestricted free agent

2013-14 Second-leading point-scorer Oscar Lindberg is under contract for next season.

2013-14 Second-leading point-scorer Oscar Lindberg is under contract for next season.

Kyle Beach – restricted free agent

Stu Bickel – unrestricted free agent

Ryan Bourque – restricted free agent

Jesper Fast – signed

Dov Grumet-Morris – unrestricted free agent

Micheal Haley – unrestricted free agent

T.J. Hensick – unrestricted free agent

Marek Hrivik – signed

Tommy Hughes – signed

Kyle Jean – restricted free agent

Aaron Johnson – unrestricted free agent

Michael Kantor – signed

Danny Kristo – restricted free agent

Nick Latta – unrestricted free agent

David LeNeveu – unrestricted free agent

Oscar Lindberg – signed

Jeff Malcolm – unrestricted free agent

Mike Marcou – unrestricted free agent

Chris McCarthy – signed

Dylan McIlrath – signed

J.T. Miller – signed

Jason Missiaen – restricted free agent

Veteran goaltending stalwarts Dov Grumet-Morris (above) and David LeNeveu are both unrestricted free agents.

Veteran goaltending stalwarts Dov Grumet-Morris (above) and David LeNeveu are both unrestricted free agents.

Brendon Nash – unrestricted free agent

Josh Nicholls – signed

Sam Noreau – signed

Shawn O’Donnell – unrestricted free agent

Darroll Powe – unrestricted free agent

Andrew Rowe – unrestricted free agent

Michael St. Croix – signed

Scott Stajcer – restricted free agent

Bretton Stamler – unrestricted free agent

Danny Syvret- unrestricted free agent

Justin Vaive – unrestricted free agent

Andrew Yogan – signed

 

Also, the following college and Junior players are under Ranger contract, and potentially could be with the Wolf Pack next season:

Calle Andersson (Swedish defenseman, fourth-round Ranger draftee in 2012)

Mat Bodie (defenseman, won an NCAA championship with Union College, top-scoring blueliner in the nation with 8-31-39 in 40 games)

Troy Donnay (defenseman, 6-7, played four seasons with Erie of the OHL)

Ryan Haggerty (Stamford, CT-born forward from RPI, led ECAC in goals with 28)

Mackenzie Skapski (goaltender, workhorse for former Wolf Pack head coach Ryan McGill’s Kootenay Ice of the WHL)

Petr Zamorsky (defenseman, was this past year’s Czech Extraliga defenseman of the year)

 

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