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I can confirm that the LA Kings have re-signed Connor McDavid and John Carlson to contracts tonight.

The Kings have committed $12,750,000 this season to these two players. McDavid has signed a two-year deal worth $6,750,000 a season and Carlson has signed a one-year deal worth $6,000,000. Carlson will be a UFA at the end of this season.

There were rumors early this afternoon that the two were seen walking into an LA hotel to hammer out the final details of their contracts and one would assume those talks went very well today.

No offer sheets incoming for Connor McDavid now. Teams will have to look elsewhere.

Other signings around the NEFHL tonight:

Brendan Lemieux accepts Ducks offer. He signs a 2-year deal worth $1,761,380 ($880,690 per year)
Macoy Erkamps accepts Ducks offer. He signs a 2-year deal worth $1,100,000 ($550,000 per year)
Maxim Mamin accepts Ducks offer. He signs a 4-year deal worth $3,700,000 ($925,000 per year)
Mirco Mueller accepts Kings offer. He signs a 2-year deal worth $1,800,000 ($900,000 per year)
Michael Kapla accepts Bruins offer. He signs a 1-year deal worth $650,000 ($650,000 per year)
Calle Rosen accepts Hurricanes offer. He signs a 2-year deal worth $1,140,000 ($570,000 per year)
Joseph Gambardella accepts Senators offer. He signs a 3-year deal worth $2,550,000 ($850,000 per year)
Antoine Waked accepts Bruins offer. He signs a 1-year deal worth $600,000 ($600,000 per year)
Sean Walker accepts Flames offer. He signs a 1-year deal worth $750,000 ($750,000 per year)

The NEFHL Twitter account will handle the rest of the signings. The Florida Panthers front office will be hitting the refresh button 10,000 times tonight most likely. To save them some sweat though I can confirm that their bad and or good news will come around 11:00 EST time tonight.