According to a team-issued release, the defenseman will resume working out in two weeks.

Fehr's departure from Washington comes as little surprise.

The 24-year-old forward's hearing is scheduled for Wednesday morning in Toronto.



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“I’m very relieved to have it over with and now we can just focus on the real thing, my job and accomplishing our goals as a team," Holtby said.

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The unrestricted free agent signs a one-year, two-way contract.

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Washington offers $5.1 million; Holtby counters with $8 million. The arbitration hearing will be Thursday, barring an early agreement.

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