glad you asked - I have a piece tomorrow that helps explain (short answer: yes)
It's unfortunately not a typo. Elvis was signed to a 1-year entry level deal in March based on his advanced age. He immediately hits RFA status, and I believe he'll retain that status until his age 27-season (UFA). I'm hoping he signs another 1-year RFA deal (similar to Murray) at a cheaper AAV in a 'prove it' deal. Time will tell.
That is correct: https://www.capfriendly.com/qualifying-offer-calculator
If it's an injury, it's not obvious. After his turnover in the middle of the 3rd period, he didn't play another shift. High Stakes. I think it's just a matter of the Bruins being a bad matchup for Texier. In a weird way, the Lightning are a favorable matchup for a skill forward, who doesn't have to go against the same grind on every shift. Against Boston, he's looked more timid since he's had so much less space. To your point, he's 19, so it's definitely not worth worrying about. I get the sense Dzingel takes his spot on Tuesday.
Agreed on the walking wounded comment. Not sure I loved Jones' game, but there's a lot of pressure on him to play close to flawlessly with the minutes he's eating and the injuries in the lineup. He (correctly) admitted it was entirely his fault on the game-tying goal. When 3 and 8 are the reasons for a late 3rd period and early OT goal, that's a problem
Happy to help! We'll continue doing breakdowns like this