One Player on Every NHL Team in Danger of Being Replaced After 2015-16

October 30th, 2015 by Steve Macfarlane Leave a reply »
It might be a little early for a look at who is set to lose their job this season, but in the spirit of the slideshow, we're going to do it anyway.

Turnover happens every season—in spades. Teams move players out because they're going in a different direction, or to bring in new assets, or simply to part ways because of salary-cap concerns. Many of the obvious choices to be moved are pending free agents with value on the trade market or players that teams are simply happy to walk away from and not have to pay any longer.

Others, and there are fewer of these, have term left on their current deals but have been passed by prospects or younger bodies at their position.

The salary cap always adds wrinkles in the modern-day era as well.

Click ahead to see one player on every team in danger of being replaced this season.


Stats via unless otherwise indicated. Salary information courtesy of Spotrac.

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