Today is the first day teams can sign players to new contracts (non-extensions) that begin in 2013-14, which means it's draftee/free agent signing season.
They have to decide on Lepkowski and Jacobs this year (by 6/1) and can move Austin and Nelson onto pro if they choose, as they are 93's.
NCAA free agents will be on the table after next weekend when the regular season ends, while CHL guys are already up for grabs.
Let's just hope they make some better evaluations and don't sign more guys that are barely ECHL level (Boychuk, Lagacé, Parker, Szydlowski)..
Do you have any thoughts regarding what you think they should do (and more importantly i suppose, will do) re: Lepkowski and Jacobs? Furthermore, if its not too much trouble, who are some appealing CHL and NCAA FAs out there? Thanks