NHL Prospect Signings: Weekly Update


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Frozen Futures is going to be doing weekly updates for the rest of the summer as NHL teams continue to sign and re-sign prospects. The next post will be up on next Tuesday, July 28th.

The summer is a busy time for general managers in the NHL. They have their focus on the draft, potentially signing free agents long or short term and also ensuring their team’s future is bright by re-signing and signing prospects in their system. Frozen Futures has provided you with NHL Prospect Signings to keep you up to date with who your favorite team has re-signed thus far this summer.

The table below features the fourty prospects who have signed this past week, from July 15 to July 21st, 2015.

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Jun 26, 2015; Sunrise, FL, USA; Jakub Zboril poses for a photo with team executives after being selected as the number thirteen overall pick to the Boston Bruins in the first round of the 2015 NHL Draft at BB&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Notable Signings

The Calgary Flames signing Oliver Kylington was pretty huge. After falling deep into the second-round of the draft, Kylington inking a deal this summer comes as a surprise.

The Boston Bruins signed defenseman Jakub Zboril to an entry-level contract. Zboril went in the first half of the draft. I don’t expect Zboril to fight for an NHL job yet, however it will be interesting to see if the Bruins can get him to play for the Providence Bruins of the AHL, similar to what Julius Honka did.

Another first rounder from the 2015 NHL Draft, Travis Konecny, was signed by the Philadelphia Flyers to an entry-level contract. Konecny slid a little in the draft, but impressed the heck out of Flyers fans at their prospect camp.

The NHL off-season is almost half over. How do you think your favorite team has done so far this summer? Let us know by commenting below or voting in the poll!

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