Salary arbitration hearings scheduled between NHL players and teams

Calgary Flames left wing Matthew Tkachuk takes a shot at the net in the second period of an NHL hockey game against the Dallas Stars in Dallas, Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022. (Tony Gutierrez/AP)

The hearing dates have been set for the NHL players who are scheduled to have salary arbitration hearings, the NHLPA announced.

Hearings will begin on July 27 with teams still having the option to agree to a deal beforehand.

The list includes seven players from Canadian teams. Three members of the Calgary Flames were among those who filed: Andrew Mangiapane, Matthew Phillips, and Oliver Kylington while Matthew Tkachuk's was elected by the club. The two Edmonton Oilers were Jesse Puljujarvi and Kailer Yamamoto. Ottawa's Mathieu Joseph and the Jets' Mason Appleton were the other two players from Canadian clubs.

Here is the full list of scheduled hearings:

July 27
Isac Lundestrom (Anaheim Ducks)

July 29
Jesse Puljujarvi (Edmonton Oilers)

July 30
Matthew Phillips (Calgary Flames)

August 1
Mathieu Joseph (Ottawa Senators)
Steven Lorentz (San Jose Sharks)

August 2
Yakov Trenin (Nashville Predators)

August 3
Jesper Bratt (New Jersey Devils)

August 5
Andrew Mangiapane (Calgary Flames)

August 6
Miles Wood (New Jersey Devils)

August 7
Kailer Yamamoto (Edmonton Oilers)

August 8
Ethan Bear (Carolina Hurricanes)
Lawson Crouse (Arizona Coyotes)
Zack MacEwen (Philadelphia Flyers)

August 9
Maxime Lajoie (Carolia Hurricanes)

August 10
Keegan Kolesar (Vegas Golden Knights)
Oliver Kylington (Calgary Flames)

August 11
Mason Appleton (Winnipeg Jets)
Morgan Geekie (Seattle Kraken)
Tyce Thompson (New Jersey Devils)
Matthew Tkachuk (Calgary Flames)
Jake Walman (Detroit Red Wings)
Pavel Zacha (Boston Bruins)

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