NHL News: Arbitration Rulings For Grimaldi, Forsberg and Edmundson
Arbitration now over

Cap Friendly: 41 players had filed for arbitration, all cases are done now.

– 33 players settled before their hearing
– 2 players settled post hearing but prior to the verdict
– 6 players were awarded their contracts through the arbitration verdict

Grimaldi’s ruling in

Nashville Predators: Predators forward Rocco Grimaldi was awarded a one-year deal worth $1 million from an arbitrator.

Adam Vingan: The Predators have about $1.3 million in salary cap space with all players signed now.

Puck Pedia: The 26-year-old Grimaldi will be a UFA after the season.

– 5G 13P in 53GP
– 48.3% 5v5 GF
– 55.4% Expected GF (+5.6% rel team)
– 57.4% Corsi (+6.6% rel team)
– Scored 1.5 P/60

Forsberg gets a one-way deal

Elliotte Friedman: Carolina Hurricanes Anton Forsberg gets a one-way, $775,000 contract through arbitration.

Cory Lavalette: “Not ideal for Carolina.”

Edmundson gets over $3 million

Elliotte Friedman: An arbitrator awards St. Louis Blues defenseman Joel Edmundson $3.1 million.

Puck Pedia: The 26-year-old Edmundson will be a UFA after the season.

– 2G 11P in 64 GP
– 52.4% 5v5 GF
– 52.4% Expected GF
– 50.6% Corsi
– Scored 0.57 P/60

With D Joel Edmundson being awarded a 1 year contract worth $3.1M, we now show the #Blues with $1,970,406 in projected cap space based on a roster size of 23 (13F/8D/2G)

Unsigned RFA:
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— CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) August 6, 2019