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Capitals’ Barry Trotz Open To Staying With Team

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Washington Capitals head coach Barry Trotz has his job waiting for him should he decide to carry on in the role next season, Capitals’ general manager Brian MacLellan said after they won the Stanley Cup.

“He’s under contract until July 1,” MacLellan said. “If he wants to be back, he’ll be back.”

As far Trotz is concerned, he ‘absolutely’ is open to a return.

“I said to Brian, ‘There’s no reason that I don’t want to be there,'” Trotz said.

“These are my kids,” Trotz said of the team. “I mean, this is a pretty special group. We’ll talk, and I’m not worried one way or another. I’ve been doing this for a long time. I don’t lose any sleep over it.”

Boston Bruins

Bruins Place Jesse Gabrielle On Unconditional Waivers

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The Boston Bruins have placed forward Jesse Gabrielle on unconditional waivers in another step towards contract termination, according to CapFriendly.

Gabrielle, 21, played his entire season in the ECHL, but his season was cut short after suffering another concussion back in March, his third head injury since training camp.

Gabrielle will now become an unrestricted free agent.

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Carolina Hurricanes

Hurricanes’ Andrei Svechnikov In Concussion Protocol

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The Carolina Hurricanes may be without one of their top young stars for the next game or so in their series against the Washington Capitals.

Andrei Svenchnikov is currently in the concussion protocol following his fight with Capitals’ star Alex Ovechkin during last night’s game, which saw Svenchnikov knocked out during the fight.

Hurricanes’ head coach Rod Brind’Amour doesn’t expect Svechnikov to play in game four on Thursday night, according to the Washington Post’s Isabelle Khurshudyan.

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Eastern Conference

Rangers Agree to Terms With Vitali Kravtsov, Igor Shestyorkin

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The New York Rangers have come to an agreement on entry-level contracts with top prospects Vitali Kravtsov and Igor Shestyorkin, according to The Athletic’s Rick Carpinello.

The prospects’ deals won’t be officially registered until their current KHL contracts officially expire at the end of the month.

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