Flames still need to create some cap space, could look to move Michael Frolik
Kent Wilson of The Athletic: The Calgary Flames still need to re-sign restricted free agents Matthew Tkachuk and Andrew Mangiapane. They’ll likely need to clear out $5 million in salary-cap space to do so.
Frolik has one year left on his deal with a cap hit of $4.3 million but a salary of $3 million. The free agent market is a little thin, so Frolik could be an option for a team looking for a top-six/nine forward. The Flames also wouldn’t be looking for a big return.
Teams that might be interested in Frolik include the Ottawa Senators, New Jersey Devils, Philadelphia Flyers, and Columbus Blue Jackets.
Frolik does have a 10-team no-trade list.
Lightning looking to move goaltender Loui Domingue
The Lightning are now looking to trade goaltender Loui Domingue as they currently have four goaltenders on one-way contracts. Domingue carries a $1.15 million cap hit this season.
“(The goalie) market is fickle,” BriseBois said. “It can change in a hurry. You can go from no one looking for a goaltender to three teams looking for a goaltender. I’ve had ongoing talks with a couple of organizations, and hopefully something pans out over the next coming weeks here.
“I’m fairly confident he’ll find a new home prior to the start of the season.”
Domingue has a career 55-49-8 record with a .907 save percentage and a 2.97 GAA.