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Wed. July 30, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Price (knee) won't begin skating until mid-August, the Tri-City Herald reports.
Impact: Price injured his knee in the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals and was knocked out of the playoffs, but he did not need surgery. The knee has healed enough for him to play in a charity golf event, but it won't be clear if the knee is in hockey shape until August.
Sat. July 26, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Subban, who is scheduled to go to salary arbitration Friday, is keeping quiet about salary negotiations with the Canadiens, reports TSN.ca. "I'll answer one question about the negotiation: It's been kept pretty quiet the whole time and it's going to remain that way until a deal's done," he told reporters on Saturday.
Impact: It's so quiet that no one seems to know if he wants a short- or long-term deal. But it could be one of the biggest in the league once it's inked -- the salary cap is going to rise next year and the next, and he's a recent Norris trophy winner.
Thu. July 24, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Eller signed a four-year, $14 million deal with the Canadiens on Thursday, Stephen Whyno of the Canadian Press reports.
Impact: The deal will pay Eller $3.5 million each of the next four seasons. Coming off of a relatively average 2013-14 season in which he scored 26 points (12 goals) and recorded a career-worst minus-15 rating, Eller will look to prove he's worthy of the new deal.
Thu. July 24, 2014 | STATS
News: The Montreal Canadiens avoided arbitration with center Lars Eller, agreeing to a four-year contract on Thursday.
Impact: Eller was scheduled to have an arbitration hearing on Friday. "We are very pleased to have agreed upon a long term agreement with Lars Eller," general manager Marc Bergevin said in a statement. "He is an important part of our group of young veterans."
Thu. July 24, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Eller and the Canadiens exchanged figures Wednesday ahead of Friday's arbitration hearing, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Impact: The Canadiens offered $1.65 million, a modest increase over the $1.5 million Eller earned last season. The player and his representatives countered with a request of $3.1 million.