Sports Senators grant teams permission to negotiate extension with Karlsson: report

15:07  03 july  2018
15:07  03 july  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

Report: 'Action picking up' on Karlsson trade talks

  Report: 'Action picking up' on Karlsson trade talks Forget about free agency - July 1 may be the day Ottawa Senators captain Erik Karlsson is traded from the Canadian capital. TSN's Bob McKenzie has the details: Action picking up on Erik Karlsson trade talks in OTT. Some with teams prepared to take Bobby Ryan but some with teams not taking Ryan. — Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) July 1, 2018 Karlsson, 28, is heading into the final season of his contract, which will pay him $6.5 million. He can officially sign an extension with his club on July 1, but it appears more and more unlikely it will be with the Sens.McKenzie tossed out the Tampa Bay Lightning and Vegas Golden Knights as potential destinations for the all-world defenseman.

The Ottawa Senators have given interested teams permission to negotiate a contract extension with superstar defenceman Erik Karlsson , according to Larry Brooks of the New York Post. Karlsson , who is a free agent at the end of the 2018-19 season

Erik Karlsson has permission from the Ottawa Senators to talk to teams about a contract extension , Sportsnet confirmed Monday. The Senators traded forward Mike Hoffman last month a week after the Ottawa Citizen reported that Karlsson 's wife, Melinda, filed an application for a peace bond

a person wearing a football uniform: Ottawa Senators defenceman Erik Karlsson has been the subject of trade rumours dating back to last season, and the Senators have reportedly granted other teams permission to seek a contract extension with the defenceman as the first step in making a deal.© Ross D. Franklin/The Associated Press Ottawa Senators defenceman Erik Karlsson has been the subject of trade rumours dating back to last season, and the Senators have reportedly granted other teams permission to seek a contract extension with the defenceman as the first step in making a deal.

The Ottawa Senators have given interested teams permission to negotiate a contract extension with superstar defenceman Erik Karlsson, according to Larry Brooks of the New York Post.

Karlsson, who is a free agent at the end of the 2018-19 season, has been the target of trade speculation dating back to last year and this moves the team one step closer to dealing the former Norris Trophy winner.

Senators make contract offer to captain Karlsson — now what?

  Senators make contract offer to captain Karlsson — now what? As promised months ago, Ottawa Senators general manager Pierre Dorion made a contract offer to Erik Karlsson on Sunday. Whether it does anything to clear up the star defenceman's future remains to be seen. Whether it does anything to clear up the star defenceman's future remains to be seen.

Teams . Ottawa Senators General Manager Pierre Dorion spoke with the media about free agency and mentions that he won’t talk about his negotiations with his star players.

Much of the chatter leading up to Monday’s 3 p.m. ET trade deadline has been centered around the fate of Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson . Ottawa has been actively negotiating with teams to move Karlsson , and it appears Golden Knights extend qualifying offer to William Carrier, per report .

Reports Sunday stated the Senators had offered Karlsson an extension, something that was promised months ago. No details were released on what that offer was, but many believe Karlsson is seeking something close to what the Los Angeles Kings just gave Drew Doughty (eight years, $88 million US).

"We don't really want to talk about roster players, contract negotiations, trades, all these things, but I think we owe it to our fans and we made a promise at the town hall that we would make a contract offer to Erik Karlsson and we've done so," Senators general manager Pierre Dorion said Sunday. "We're not going to talk any more about it, but we talked about it previously and that's about all we're going to say on the subject."

The relationship between Karlsson and the Senators has been waning for months, coming to a head in June when reports came out about former teammate Mike Hoffman's fiancee harassing Karlsson's wife Melinda. Hoffman was traded shortly after.

NHL Rumor Roundup: Let the Erik Karlsson trade watch begin ... again

  NHL Rumor Roundup: Let the Erik Karlsson trade watch begin ... again John Tavares is off the market. Drew Doughty signed a long-term extension to reference. It feels like the atmosphere is ripe for the Senators to trade Erik Karlsson — finally.Can't get enough NHL rumors? Lyle Richardson's Rumor Roundup column serves as a one-stop guide to the latest rumblings around the league.

‘Don’t be surprised’ if Ottawa Senators move Erik Karlsson , per report . Kypreos does not mention that any specific teams are in on Karlsson , only that the Senators ’ reluctance to pay the defenseman his full due may result in them moving him should they reconsider their stance.

The Ottawa Senators are one of those teams . No surprise but we're told the # Sens have officially received permission to speak with former Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau. It’s quite fun to think what Boudreau could do with a perennial Norris Trophy candidate in Erik Karlsson .

Karlsson, who this past season produced 62 points in 71 games, is set to count $6.5 million against the cap in the final year of his deal.

The 28-year-old has won the Norris trophy as the league's best defenceman twice (2011-12, 2014-15).

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