Ho-Sang is headed to the KHL

Kevin Weeks: It looks like Josh Ho-Sang is signing a one-year contract with the UFA KHL.

The New York Islanders are re-signing seven players

Puck Pedia: The Islanders re-signed 27-year-old goaltender Ken Appleby to a two-year, $762,500 max contract.

2022-23: $750,000 in the NHL, $100,000 in the minors and $125,000 guaranteed.
2023-24: $775,000 NHL, $100,000 in minors and $130,000 guaranteed.

Cap Friendly: The Islanders signed a defenseman Sebastian Aho to a two-year, $825,000 cap hit contract.

2022-23: $800,000
2023-24: $850,000

Cap Friendly: The Islanders re-signed the defenseman Grant Hutton to a three-year, $775,000 cap contract.

2022-23: $750,000 in the NHL, $275,000 in the minors with $325,000 guaranteed.
2023-2024: $775,000 (one way)
2024-2025: $800,000 (one way)

Puck Pedia: The Islanders re-signed forward Otto Kivula to a two-year, $800,000 max contract.

2022-23: $750,000 NHL, $275,000 in minors with $325,000 guaranteed
2023-2024: $850,000 one way

Puck Pedia: The Islanders have re-signed a forward Andy Andreoff to a two-year, $762,500 cap contract.

2022-23: $750,000 NHL, $300,000 in minors with $375,000 guaranteed
2023-24: $775,000 NHL, $325,000 in the minors, with $375,000 guaranteed

Puck Pedia: The Islanders re-signed the defenseman Robin Salo to a two-year, $800,000 cap contract.

2022-2023: $750,000
2023-24: $850,000

Puck Pedia: The Islanders re-signed forward Jeff Kubiak to a one-year, $750,000 cap contract.



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