Quick Hits: Boeser and Carlo Get New Deals … Injury Updates
Canucks lock up Boeser for three years

Dan Murphy: Salary breakdown for Brock Boeser‘s three-year bridge deal with the Vancouver Canucks. A $5.75 million salary cap hit.

2019-20: $4.0 ($700,000 salary / $3.3M SB)
2020-21: $6.125 ($3.125 salary / $3M SB)
2021-22: $7.5 salary

Bruins get Carlo signed to a two-year deal

Elliotte Friedman: The Boston Bruins have re-signed RFA defenseman Brandon Carlo to a two-year deal with a $2.85 million AAV.

Pierre LeBrun: Carlo will have a salary of $2.2 million this year, $3.5 million next season.

Cap Friendly: Carlo will be an RFA with arbitration rights with the deal expires.

Some injury updates

Mark Spector: Edmonton Oilers forward Connor McDavid hopes to be able to play in “a couple” of preseason games.

Chris Wescott: New Jersey Devils forward Wayne Simmonds is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.

Dave Isaac: Philadelphia Flyers forward Morgan Frost is day-to-day with a lower-body injury,

Kristen Shilton of TSN: Goaltender Michal Neuvirth is trying to earn a spot (PTO) on the Toronto Maple Leafs. He suffered an undisclosed injury on the weekend and was held off the ice for their past two practice sessions. He did skate on own yesterday.

Tom Gulitti: Washington Capitals defenseman Michal Kempny (hamstring) practiced yesterday in a no-contact jersey for the first time since camp opened.

Mike McIntyre: Winnipeg Jets forward Nikolaj Ehlers wasn’t on the ice yesterday due a very minor upper-body issue.

Jimmy Greenfield: Chicago Blackhawks coach Jeremy Colliton on Kirby Dach (concussion): “I haven’t’ heard of any setback or anything. But you’ve heard me talk about these types of issues before, we have to be patient, let it play out, no pressure to return.”