Hockey Headlines: Tavares to Toronto?

New Contracts For Everybody

It’s signing season in the NHL. Let’s start with the Nashville Predators, who have inked Calle Jarnkrok to a six-year deal. [On the Forecheck]

The Red Wings tied up more money into their goaltending, re-signing Petr Mrazek. [The Score]

Carolina Hurricanes’ coach Bill Peters has a new contract as well. [Yahoo Sports]

The Senators finally came to terms with Mike Hoffman. [Sportsnet]

Tampa Bay re-signed one of their Russians in Vladislav Namestnikov. [Lightning]

Brayden Schenn came to terms with the Flyers on a new deal. [TSN]

(Will the Avalanche be able to bridge the divide?)

Is Brad Marchand worth seven million a season? [Causeway Crowd], [CBS Boston]

In Other News…

Sorry Leaf fans, don’t even bother getting your hopes up. John Tavares wants to retire an Islander. [Lighthouse Hockey] [CBS Local]

Have we already seen the best of Henrik Lundqvist? [Today’s Slapshot]

What’s going to happen with Evander Kane? [Tip of the Tower], [The Province]

Adam Larsson just wants to play, and hopes the fans (and his teammates) give him a chance. [Edmonton Journal], [Canoe]

What has Sidney Crosby been up to this summer, besides celebrating with Stanley? [The Hockey News]

And finally, the Preds want P.K Subban’s personality to shine. [The Tennessean]