Future dealings: Contract status

The annual quote-o-rama tomorrow, I think, but in the meantime, here’s the wrap package, and in a little more detail, this.

(Numbers in parentheses for signed players are years remaining on the contract; those without numbers are signed only through next season. All signed players are NHL deals unless noted. Lots of help, as you can surely expect, from the lamented CapGeek (RIP, Matthew Wuest), CapFriendly.com and other sources. Corrections welcomed.)

As of 3/29 (Fritz), 36 NHL contracts for 2017-18 (3 G, 11 D, 22 F).

Thomas Greiss (3), Jaroslav Halak, Johnny Boychuk (5), Travis Hamonic (3), Thomas Hickey, Nick Leddy (5), Scott Mayfield, Mitchell Vande Sompel (3), Josh Bailey, Mathew Barzal (2/3), Anthony Beauvillier (2), Jason Chimera, Casey Cizikas (4), Cal Clutterbuck (5), Mikhail Grabovski, Nikolai Kulemin, Andrew Ladd (6), Anders Lee (2), Brock Nelson, Shane Prince, Alan Quine, Ryan Strome, John Tavares
GROUP 2: Calvin de Haan
GROUP 3: Dennis Seidenberg, Stephen Gionta
GROUP 6: J.F. Berube

Eamon McAdam (2), Jake Bischoff (2), Kyle Burroughs, Ryan Pulock, Devon Toews, Parker Wotherspoon (3), Michael Dal Colle (2), Tanner Fritz (2), Josh Ho-Sang (2), Ross Johnston, Jeff Kubiak (AHL), Kyle Schempp, John Stevens (2), Carter Verhaeghe
GROUP 2: Christopher Gibson, Stephon Williams, Matt Finn, Jesse Graham, Loic Leduc, Adam Pelech, Connor Jones
GROUP 3: Steve Bernier (V), Eric Boulton (V), Ben Holmstrom (V), Bracken Kearns (V)
AHL: Patrick Cullity, Luke Juha, Kane Lafranchise, Jon Landry (V), Ryan Obuchowski, Matt Gaudreau, Josh Holmstrom, Kellen Jones, Colin Markison, Darren Nowick, Andrew Rowe, Travis St. Denis, Tim Wallace (V), Josh Winquist

Group 2 players are restricted free agents if given a qualifying offer by 5 p.m. on the later of June 25 or the Monday after the entry draft (that’s June 26 this year). The other free agents are all unrestricted. (V) indicates he’ll be a veteran next year by AHL rule. (V-320) means he’ll be a veteran but will qualify as that one exempt player a night with 320 or fewer pro games.

Michael Fornabaio