The Florida Panthers were quiet over the holiday weekend, but there were still some doings around the NHL worth noting.
A couple first rounders from the 2019 NHL Entry Draft have signed entry-level contracts.
The Boston Bruins signed winger Peter Cehlarik to a one-tear, two-way extension. Cehlarik appeared in 20 games with the parent Bruins last season, scoring four goals and two assists. (Stanley Cup of Chowder)
Speaking of the Senators, they re-signed defenseman Christian Wolanin to a two-year extension. The deal is two-way the first year and one-way in the second year. (Silver Seven)