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Golden Knights to let three key players hit free agency


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Marvin Azrak
May 30, 2024  (2:01 PM)
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Vegas Golden Knights GM Kelly McCrimmon
Photo credit: Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Vegas Golden Knights are shaking things up this offseason, with plans to part ways with three players, including one who lit the lamp 25 times last season.

With the afterglow of last year's Stanley Cup title over, GM Kelly McCrimmon is ready to trim the roster. With six unrestricted free agents to consider, he's looking to streamline the process.
The three players leaving are Michael Amadio, William Carrier, and Anthony Mantha. They've been given the heads-up and will be hitting the free-agent market come July 1st.
Mantha came onboard during the last trade deadline, and while he made some noise with 10 points in the regular season and three goals in the playoffs, it looks like his time in Vegas is up. Carrier's been with the Golden Knights from the get-go, but it seems like it's time for a change there too.
As for Amadio, he had a solid run this season, notching 27 points and making a mark in the Stanley Cup run of 2022-23.
Vegas still has Jonathan Marchessault, Chandler Stephenson, and Alec Martinez in the mix. Martinez might be reaching the end of the road at 37, but Marchessault and Stephenson could be hot commodities if they hit the open market. It's all up in the air, and Vegas is keeping us on our toes.

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