The move allows the Ducks to negotiate with the players through the summer for either a one-season renewal or a multiyear contract extension.
Silfverberg signed a one-year deal worth $850,000 before last season, and stands to make far more in this deal after producing a 13-goal, 39-point regular season and 18 playoff points while playing mostly alongside second-line center
Hagelin, acquired Saturday from the
Wagner received playoff experience when
The Ducks also announced Monday that they’ve bought out the final two seasons of the three-year, $3.8-million contract that defenseman
Fistric suffered through back pain last season and played just nine games with the Ducks in that campaign.