The offseason is right around the corner, and players are already trying to sort out their 2023-24 season plans. Minor league names will be shuffling, with many taking jobs in Europe to secure their place next year.
As those moves happen, we’ll keep track of any notable transactions right here:
- Kristians Rubins has signed a one-year deal with MODO of the Swedish Hockey League, after being part of the recent history-making Latvian World Championship team. Rubins, 25, split last season between the Belleville Senators and Calgary Wranglers. After several years toiling in the minor leagues, he is scheduled for Group VI unrestricted free agency this summer.
- Minor league veteran Zach O’Brien has signed a one-year contract with HC Slovan Bratislava in Slovakia for next season. One of the ECHL’s best players, he had 100 total points this year for the Newfoundland Growlers. Despite a ton of minor league accolades, O’Brien never did make it to the NHL.
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