The deadline for players to file for salary arbitration was July 6. As of this moment, 21 players will have their 2010-11 paychecks determined during hearings that will begin on July 20 and extend through August 4. Please keep in mind that these hearings aren’t guaranteed to happen, however, because the two sides can come to an agreement on any kind of contract term before then.
The biggest names include Tampa Bay Lightning breakout player Teddy Purcell (July 20), New York Rangers forwards Brandon Dubinsky (July 21) and Ryan Callahan (July 28), Nashville Predators star defenseman Shea Weber (August 2) and New Jersey Devils forward Zach Parise (August 3).
The PHT staff will provide arbitration hearings of our own on some of the biggest targets as their hearings approach, but until then, check out the full list. (Note: Sergei Kostitsyn was listed on the original release, but the Predators signed him to a one-year, $2.5 million deal to avoid that process today.)
July 20: Lauri Korpikoski (Phoenix), Teddy Purcell (Tampa Bay), Viktor Stalberg (Chicago)
July 21: Andrew Cogliano (Edmonton), Brad Richardson (Los Angeles), Brandon Dubinsky (New York Rangers)
July 22: Ryan Wilson (Colorado)
July 25: Andrej Sekera (Buffalo), Brian Boyle (New York Rangers)
July 26: Kevin Porter (Colorado)
July 27: Alec Martinez (Los Angeles)
July 28: Josh Gorges (Montreal), Ryan Callahan (New York Rangers)
July 29: Jannik Hansen (Vancouver)
Aug. 2: Shea Weber (Nashville)
Aug. 3: Chris Campoli (Chicago), Blake Wheeler (Winnipeg), Zach Parise (New Jersey)
Aug. 4: Mark Fraser (New Jersey), Dan Sexton (Anaheim), Blake Comeau (New York Islanders)