The National Hockey League Players Association announced the dates for salary arbitration on Tuesday, beginning with Stanley Cup-winning goaltender Jordan Binnington scheduled for July 20.
Binnington is among 40 players who filed for salary arbitration last week. Teams have until the arbitrator's decision is announced to reach a contract agreement with a player on their own.
New York Rangers defenceman Jacob Trouba, who was acquired last month from the Winnipeg Jets, is scheduled for a hearing on July 25.
For Canadian teams, Montreal Canadiens forwards Charles Hudon, Artturi Lehkonen and Joel Armia all filed for salary arbitration. Armia will also have his hearing on July 20, followed by Hudon on August 2 and Lehkonen on August 3.
Of the four players on the Calgary Flames electing for salary arbitration, Sam Bennettis scheduled to be first up on July 27, followed by David Rittich (July 29), Ryan Lomberg (August 1) and Rinat Valiev (Aug. 4).
For the Jets, Andrew Copp has his hearing scheduled for July 21, while Neal Pionk, acquired as part of the return for Trouba, is scheduled for July 24.