Binnington, Trouba among players filing for arbitration
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Stanley Cup-winning goaltender Jordan Binnington of the St. Louis Blues and New York Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba are among a group of players who filed for salary arbitration, the NHLPA announced Friday.

The vast majority of players ultimately sign new deals before their hearing takes place, but here's the full list of NHLers whose contract will be determined by a third-party arbitrator should they fail to agree on a deal with their respective teams beforehand:

Team Player
Avalanche J.T. Compher
Avalanche Sheldon Dries
Avalanche Ryan Graves
Blues Jordan Binnington
Blues Joel Edmundson
Blues Zach Sanford
Blues Oskar Sundqvist
Bruins Danton Heinen
Canadiens Joel Armia
Canadiens Charles Hudon
Canadiens Artturi Lehkonen
Capitals Christian Djoos
Capitals Chandler Stephenson
Devils Will Butcher
Devils Connor Carrick
Devils Mirco Mueller
Ducks Chase De Leo
Flames Sam Bennett
Flames Ryan Lomberg
Flames David Rittich
Flames Rinat Valiev
Flyers Scott Laughton
Golden Knights Malcolm Subban
Hurricanes Anton Forsberg
Hurricanes Brock McGinn
Jets Andrew Copp
Jets Neal Pionk
Kings Alex Iafallo
Panthers MacKenzie Weegar
Penguins Zach Aston-Reese
Predators Rocco Grimaldi
Predators Colton Sissons
Rangers Pavel Buchnevich
Rangers Jacob Trouba
Sabres Remi Elie
Sabres Jake McCabe
Sabres Evan Rodrigues
Sabres Linus Ullmark
Stars Jason Dickinson

Tampa Bay Lightning forward Cedric Paquette also filed but signed a two-year contract shortly thereafter.

The player-elected salary-arbitration deadline was Friday at 5 p.m. ET. The club-elected deadline is Saturday at the same time.

Arbitration hearings will be held in Toronto from July 20 through Aug. 4.

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