The NHL free agent frenzy has slowed down considerably as we head toward the end of the month but there are still lots of spots to fill in the AHL. While we head into the summer, we’ll be keeping track of all the notable minor moves around the hockey world.
- The Utica Comets have signed Filip Bratt, Dylan Blujus, Xavier Parent, and Nolan Stevens to AHL contracts. Bratt, the younger brother of New Jersey Devils forward Jesper Bratt, joins the organization after going undrafted and will try to work his way up to his brother’s level. His deal is a two-way minor league contract, meaning he’ll earn even less if he ends up in the ECHL.
- The Providence Bruins have signed Fedor Gordeev to a one-year AHL deal, potentially giving the big defenseman a chance to play in the AHL after spending 2021-22 in the ECHL with the Iowa Heartlanders. Originally a fifth-round pick of the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2017, he was eventually traded to the Minnesota Wild, where he signed his entry-level deal. This summer he was not issued a qualifying offer, making him a free agent and able to sign wherever he wanted.
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