Free agent forward Jack Roslovic signs deal with a new team
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Free agent forward Jack Roslovic signs deal with a new team

It's official.

Trevor Connors

It's official, free agent forward Jack Roslovic has signed a one year, $2.8 million contract with the Carolina Hurricanes.

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Read below for our previous report on this developing story, published by Hockey Feed staff writer Chris Gosselin.

Forward Jack Roslovic was the most interesting free agent forward left on the free agent market, however on Wednesday evening, it has been reported that he will take his talents to Carolina. According to insider Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet, the former New York Ranger will get a deal done with the Hurricanes.

Roslovic is a great option for the third line in Carolina and was looked at by many other rival clubs for a boost up front as soon as he hit the market on Monday. He had been linked to the Buffalo Sabres, Anaheim Ducks and Calgary Flames. 

He split the 2023-24 season between the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Rangers, posting nine goals and 31 points in 59 games. He then added ight points in 16 playoff games for New York before they were ousted by the eventual champions Florida Panthers.

The 27-year-old forward is also a great addition for the Canes’ power play and gets the club great moving forward as a top contender for the Stanley Cup in the Eastern Conference.

Some of the free agent forwards that still remain unsigned and available on the market are Daniel Sprong, Tyler Johnson, Filip Zadina and Alex Nylander.

Source: Carolina Hurricanes