Good News: Just In Another Top Talented Star Re-signs To Stay At Colorado Avalanche

After the Colorado Avalanche’s Game 6 loss on Friday night, the team’s summer has officially begun. And Trent Miner, the goalie, will remain with the team for a another season thanks to that deal. Miner agreed to a two-way contract extension that is essentially minimal, with a minor league salary increase to $100,000.
Over the course of his three-year Entry Level Contract, Miner has split time between the AHL and ECHL, but he has excelled when given the chance, helping the Colorado Eagles to a 9-6-1 record, a.930 save percentage, and 2.10 goals against average in the 2023–24 campaign.

Miner should be ranked fourth on the team’s depth chart if he is expected to play in the AHL full-time the following season. Either Justus Annunen will return to the starting lineup for the Eagles, or they will bring in a seasoned goalie to fill that position.
In other news about the Eagles, assistant coach Steve Konowalchuk has left the team to pursue a head coaching job with the St. Louis Blues affiliate Springfield Thunderbirds.

While the playoffs are still going on, there was an unusual transaction in the NHL that saw Ryan McDonagh returned to Tampa Bay. Since the relocation is for the upcoming season and neither team is currently active, this is quite understandable. Does investing $6.75 million in a defenseman mean that Steven Stamkos won’t be coming back?

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