• Jamie Tardif has agreed to a one-year, two-way contract with the Buffalo Sabres, according to their official site. He registered 30 goals and 45 points in 62 games with Boston’s AHL affiliate in Providence last year. He also suited up in the first two NHL games of his pro career, but he didn’t get a point.
  • Steve Pinizzotto has signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Florida Panthers, according to their official site. He split time between the AHL’s Chicago Wolves and the Vancouver Canucks last season. In 12 games with the Canucks, he generated 29 penalty minutes and no points.
  • Jarome Iginla is open to re-signing with Boston Bruins after the 2013-14 campaign, according to BostonBruins.com. “I know that’s getting ahead, but it’s something [where] you want to find a home, too,” said Iginla, who hasn’t even made his Bruins debut yet. “I’m excited. [You can] call it a cap friendly [deal], but hopefully it’s one that works out and the team’s happy and my family and I love playing there and, hopefully, it can go longer.”
  • The Toronto Maple Leafs are rumored to be looking to deal defenseman John-Michael Liles. The Leafs chose not to buy out the remainder of Liles’ contract this past weekend despite having a window to do so after settling an arbitration case with Mark Fraser. It would be hard to move Liles, who has a $3,875,000 cap hit for the next three years, but it wouldn’t be impossible. Toronto would likely have to eat some salary in the deal though. The Leafs could use the cap space to sign key restricted free agents Nazem Kadri and Cody Franson.

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