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Panthers re-sign Campbell, close to re-signing Olesz

From Steve Gorten of the South Florida Sun Sentinel:

The Panthers re-signed forward Gregory Campbell to a two-year contract Thursday and expect to secure forward Rostislav Olesz with a long-term extension in the next few days.

General Manager Jacques Martin said he’s “very confident” a deal with Olesz would be done by Tuesday.

Terms of Campbell’s deal weren’t disclosed, but the center/winger said it’s more than the $525,000 he earned last season. Campbell, 24, played on the Panthers’ third and fourth lines last season — his third in the NHL — and was a pesky penalty killer.

Read the entire article here.

Both of these young players should play a key role in the Panthers’ future, so it is good to get them under contract and have their focus shift to next season.

Jets topics covered in the weekly chat on Global with John Shannon included:

Jets finish in Central and what happens with Pierre-Luc Dubois.

https://illegalcurve.com/global-news-update-with-john-shannon-on-the-winnipeg-jets-8/

ICYMI: Former Winnipeg Jets forward Kristian Vesalainen has signed a one-year extension with HIFK.

https://illegalcurve.com/winnipeg-jets-1st-rounder-kristian-vesalainen-signs-one-year-extension-with-hifk/

Which Canadian team do you think is most likely to end the drought?

@KevinWeekes went with the Jets.

https://illegalcurve.com/who-is-canadas-best-chance-at-a-stanley-cup-tsn/

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