The Coyotes recalled defenceman Joel Hanley from AHL Tuscon. They reassigned centre Dylan Strome and defencemen Trevor Murphy, Dakota Mermis, and Joel Hanley. They signed defenceman Jordan Gross to a two-year entry-level contract.
The Bruins signed right winger Karson Kuhlman to a two-year entry-level contract.
The Sabres reassigned right winger Nicholas Baptiste, left winger Alexander Nylander, centre Kevin Porter, defencemen Brendan Guhle, Casey Nelson, Matt Tennyson, and goaltenders Linus Ullmark and Adam Wilcox to AHL Rochester. They signed centre Andrew Oglevie to a two-year entry-level contract.
The Flames reassigned defenceman Rasmus Andersson, left winger Spencer Foo, and goaltender Jon Gillies to AHL Stockton.
The Blackhawks reassigned left winger Victor Ejdsell, centre David Kampf, right wingers Andreas Martinsen and John Hayden, and goaltenders JF Berube and Jeff Glass to AHL Rockford. They signed defenceman Dennis Gilbert to a three-year entry-level contract.
Left winger Patrick Sharp has retired from the NHL. Drafted in the third round, 95th overall, in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft by the Philadelphia Flyers, Sharp has 620 points (287G, 333A) in 939 games, as well as 87 points (47G, 40A) in 142 playoff games, for Philadelphia (2002/03-partway through 2005/06), Chicago (partway through 2005/06-2014/15, 2017/18), and Dallas (2015/16-2016/17). He won the Stanley Cup in 2010, 2013, and 2015 with the Blackhawks, and represented them in the 2011 All-Star Game. He also won a Gold Medal at the 2014 Olympics with Team Canada. Sharp made his retirement announcement ahead of the last game of the season for the Blackhawks, who will miss the playoffs. Sharp, 36, finished his final season with 21 points (10G, 11A) in 70 games and has career-highs of 78 points in 2014 with Chicago, 36 goals in 2008 with Chicago, and 44 points in 2014 with Chicago.
The Avalanche recalled goaltender Spencer Martin from AHL San Antonio.
The Blue Jackets made no moves this week.
The Stars signed right winger Tony Calderone to a one-year entry-level contract. They reassigned defenceman Dillon Heatherington and goaltender Mike McKenna to AHL Texas. They reassigned left winger Remi Elie.
The Red Wings reassigned goaltender Jared Coreau to AHL Grand Rapids.
The Oilers signed centre Cooper Marody to a three-year entry-level contract. They reassigned defenceman Ethan Bear to AHL Bakersfield and reassigned defenceman Keegan Lowe following an emergency recall. They signed right winger Ty Rattie to a one-year contract extension.
The Panthers made no moves this week. Defenceman Mike Matheson has been fined $5000 for diving against Ottawa.
The Kings made no moves this week. Defenceman Drew Doughty has been suspended one game for an illegal check to the head of Vegas’ William Carrier.
The Wild recalled defenceman Carson Soucy from AHL Iowa.
The Predators made no moves this week.
The Islanders reassigned centre Tanner Fritz to AHL Bridgeport.
The Rangers reassigned centres Lias Andersson, Filip Chytil, and Steven Fogarty to AHL Hartford.
The Flyers recalled goaltender Dustin Tokarski from AHL Lehigh Valley.
The Penguins made no moves this week.
The Sharks recalled goaltender Antoine Bibeau from AHL San Jose.
The Blues reassigned goaltender Ville Husso to AHL San Antonio and reassigned defenceman Chris Butler following an emergency recall.
The Lightning made no moves this week.
The Maple Leafs made no moves this week. Centre Nazem Kadri has been suspended three games for boarding Boston’s Tommy Wingels.
The Canucks reassigned left wingers Nikolay Goldobin and Tyler Motte and defenceman Ashton Sautner to AHL Utica.
Left winger Daniel Sedin has retired from the NHL. Drafted in the first round, second overall, in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft by the Vancouver Canucks, Sedin has 1041 points (393G, 648A) in 1306 games, as well as 71 points (25G, 46A) in 102 playoff games, for Vancouver (2000/01-2017/18). Sedin won the Ted Lindsay Award as the player-judged MVP and the Art Ross Trophy with 104 points in 2011. He represented the Canucks in the 2011, 2012, and 2016 All-Star Games. He also won a Gold Medal at the 2006 Olympics with Team Sweden and a Silver in 2014. Sedin, 37, finished his final season with 55 points (23G, 32A) in 81 games and has career-highs of 104 points in 2011 with Vancouver, 41 goals in 2011 with Vancouver, and 63 assists in 2011 with Vancouver.
Centre Henrik Sedin has retired from the NHL. Drafted in the first round, third overall, in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft by the Vancouver Canucks, Sedin has 1070 points (240G, 830A) in 1330 games, as well as 78 points (23G, 55A) in 105 playoff games for Vancouver (2000/01-2017/18). Sedin won the Hart Trophy as league MVP and the Art Ross Trophy in 2010 with 112 points. He also won the King Clancy Memorial Trophy in 2016 for his leadership and humanitarianism in 2016. He represented the Canucks in the 2008, 2011, and 2012 All-Star Games. Sedin won a Gold Medal at the 2006 Olympics with Team Sweden and a Silver in 2014. Sedin was the Canucks’ captain from 2010/11 until the end of his career. Sedin, 37, finished his final season with 50 points (3G, 47A) in 82 games and has career-highs of 112 points with Vancouver in 2010, 29 goals in 2010 with Vancouver, and 83 assists in 2010 with Vancouver.
Both brothers announced their retirement with three games left in the season for the Canucks, who will miss the playoffs this season.
Vegas Golden Knights
The Golden Knights made no moves this week.
The Capitals recalled goaltender Pheonix Copley from AHL Hershey.
The Jets recalled goaltender Jamie Phillips from AHL Manitoba.