2007 Outlook, Part 3

Here’s a list of all the players who will be restricted free agents next July 1st if qualified. They all, according to www.hockeyanalysis.com have one year remaining on their contract and are under age 28 without 7 accrued seasons on June 30th, 2007. That means they are born on July 1st, 1979 or later.

(Name, Age 30/06/2007, Current Salary)

Anaheim:

Francois Beauchemin – 27 – 500,000

Bruno St. Jacques – 26 – 450,000

Atlanta:

Vitaly Vishnevski – 27 – 1,550,000

Steve McCarthy – 26 – 775,000

Garnet Exelby – 25 – 684,000

Boston:

Brad Stuart – 27 – 1,900,000

Andrew Alberts – 26 – 661,300

Hannu Toivonen – 23 – 532,000

Milan Jurcina – 24 – 500,000

Buffalo:

Thomas Vanek – 23 – 942,400

Derek Roy – 24 – 627,000

Nathan Paestch – 24 – 495,000

Andrew Peters – 27 – 460,000

Calgary:

Matthew Lombardi – 25 – 800,000

Jamie Lundmark – 26 – 600,000

Dion Phaneuf – 22 – 471,200

Mark Giordano – 24 – 450,000

Eric Godard – 27 – 450,000

Carolina:

Anton Babchuk – 23 – 900,600

Cam Ward – 23 – 684,000

Dave Tanabe – 26 – 900,000

Chicago:

Jim Vandermeer – 27 – 1,225,000

Sebastien Caron – 27 – 700,000

Brandon Bochenski – 25 – ???,???

Lasse Kukkonen – 25 – ???,???

Colorado:

Jordano Leopold – 26 – 1,150,000

Ossi Vaananen – 26 – 997,500

Kurt Sauer – 26 – 685,000

Cody McCormick – 24 – 495,000

Matt Murley – 27 – 450,000

Columbus:

Jaroslav Balastik – 27 – 525,000

Alexandr Svitov – 24 – 475,000

Aaron Johnson – 24 – ???,???

Dallas:

Patrik Stefan – 26 – 900,000

Steve Ott – 24 – 875,000

Jussi Jokinen – 24 – 700,000

Antti Miettinen – 26 – 450,000

Detroit:

Niklas Kronwall – 26 – 1,000,000

Edmonton:

Raffi Torres – 25 – 875,000

Matt Greene – 24 – 855,000

Brad Winchester – 26 – 500,000

Florida:

Bryan Allen – 26 – 1,550,000

Alex Auld – 26 – 1,475,000

Nathan Horton – 22 – 1,100,000

Juraj Kolnik – 26 – 950,000

Stephen Weiss – 24 – 900,000

Branislav Mezei – 26 – 800,000

Anthony Stewart – 22 – 684,000

Craig Anderson – 26 – 650,000

Steve Montador – 27 – 500,000

Los Angeles:

Mike Cammalleri – 25 – 1,700,000

Jason Labarbera – 27 – 775,000

George Parros – 27 – 450,000

Minnesota:

Pierre-Marc Bouchard – 23 – 1,850,000

Martin Skoula – 27 – 1,575,000

Nick Schultz – 24 – 1,187,500

Mikko Koivu – 24 – 902,500

Mattias Weinhandl – 27 – 800,000

Kurtis Foster – 25 – 775,000

Stephane Veilleux – 25 – 550,000

Derek Boogard – 24 – 525,000

Montreal:

Michael Ryder – 27 – 2,200,000

Mike Ribeiro – 27 – 1,900,000

Mike Komisarek – 25 – 946,900

Chris Higgins – 25 – 673,000

Alexander Perezhogin – 23 – 627,000

Tomas Plekanec – 24 – 450,000

Nashville:

Scott Hartnell – 25 – 1,750,000

Josef Vasicek – 26 – 1,150,000

Ryan Suter – 22 – 471,200

Darcy Hordichuk – 26 – 465,000

Alex Henry – 27 – 450,000

Vern Fiddler – 27 – 450,000

New Jersey:

Scott Gomez – 27 – 5,000,000

Zach Parise – 22 – 703,000

Cam Janssen – 24 – 450,000

Michael Rupp – 27 – 450,000

NY Islanders:

Petteri Nokelainen – 21 – 984,200

Chris Campoli – 22 – 450,000

Andy Hilbert – 26 – 450,000

NY Rangers:

Karel Rachunek – 27 – 1,800,000

Al Montoya – 22 – 984,200

Adam Hall – 26 – 975,000

Henrik Lundqvist – 24 – 817,000

Marcel Hossa – 25 – 600,000

Blair Betts – 27 – 550,000

Petr Prucha – 24 – 537,500

Colton Orr – 25 – 500,000

Ryan Hollweg – 24 – 456,000

Ottawa:

Anton Volchenkov – 25 – 1,300,000

Ray Emery – 24 – 925,000

Chris Kelly – 26 – 725,000

Christoph Schubert – 25 – 525,000

Philadelphia:

Joni Pitkanen – 23 – 2,000,000

Antero Niitymaki – 27 – 1,000,000

Ben Eager – 23 – 646,000

Randy Jones – 25 – 525,000

Phoenix:

Mike Comrie – 26 – 3,000,000

Oleg Saprykin – 26 – 1,064,000

Keith Ballard – 24 – 900,600

Phil Sauve – 27 – 550,000

Mike Morrison – 27 – 500,000

Josh Gratton – 24 – 500,000

Pittsburgh:

Ryan Whitney – 24 – 900,600

Colby Armstrong – 24 – 816,953

Maxime Talbot – 23 – 535,000

Michel Ouellet – 25 – 500,000

Erik Christensen – 23 – 488,000

Matt Carkner – 26 – 450,000

San Jose:

Marcel Goc – 23 – 775,000

Grant Stevenson – 25 – 543,000

Rob Davison – 27 – 495,000

Milan Michalek – 22 – 471,200

Josh Gorges – 23 – 450,000

Mathieu Biron – 27 – 450,000

St. Louis:

Barret Jacman – 26 – 1,254,000

Jason Bacashihua – 24 – 585,200

Matt Walker – 27 – 500,000

Curtis Sanford – 27 – 472,800

Dennis Wideman – 24 – 471,500

Jeff Woywitka – 23 – ???,???

Tampa Bay:

Dmitry Afanasenkov – 27 – 738,045

Ryan Craig – 25 – 495,000

Paul Ranger – 22 – 450,000

Norm Milley – 27 – 450,000

Toronto:

Nik Antropov – 27 – 1,007,000

Carlo Colaiacovo – 24 – 901,740

Alexei Ponikarovsky – 27 – 700,000

Ian White – 23 – 456,000

Mikael Tellqvist – 27 – 589,000

Andy Wozniewski – 27 – 475,000

Aleksandr Suglobov – 25 – ???,???

Brendan Bell – 24 – ???,???

Jay Harrison – 24 – ???,???

Vancouver:

Taylor Pyatt – 25 – 700,000

Tyler Bouck – 27 – 495,000

Washington:

Steve Eminger – 23 – 992,912

Brian Sutherby – 25 – 800,000

Brooks Laich – 24 – 673,000

Rico Fata – 27 – 650,000

Boyd Gordon – 23 – ???,???

Kris Beech – 26 – ???,???

Alexandre Giroux – 26 – ???,???

Chad Wiseman – 26 – ???,???


25 Responses to 2007 Outlook, Part 3

  1. PensFansRejoice says:

    oooookk…..

  2. dcz28 says:

    Most of the good players will be signed by their teams. No way would Calgary let Phaneuf go anywhere same with Kronvall for the Wings or Ballard with Pheonix.

    Most of the players from that list that could be available will be grinders, role players and underachievers.

  3. jody200411 says:

    oooooookk….. think you can write a better article??

    All “PensFansRejoice” because you are stocked up for the battle of the basement once again.

  4. avsrule24 says:

    beauchemin signed a contract extention with anaheim earlier this summer.

  5. CrosbyMalkin66 says:

    Dude i could have written a better article with my dick… if ur mom wasnt so busy with it all night!!! ***** THE THE LEAFS

  6. Peca94 says:

    Barret Jackman also signed a three-year extension with St. Louis this summer. Otherwise thanks for the effort put into this article.

  7. EmptyNetter says:

    Um. . . I must have been out when Parts 1 and 2 were discussed. Why is this list significant?

  8. HotDogAllDressed says:

    I made better jokes then that when I was in grade 3

  9. goleafsgo1991 says:

    I checked on the St. Louis website and it doesn’t mention anything about Jackman and contracts after September 2004

  10. Jrugges says:

    I’m gonna let everyone know, once and for all, Its KRONWALL, Not KRONVALL….

    KRONWALL with a W

  11. CrosbyMalkin66 says:

    yea but you probably like 16 in third grade so it doesnt count

  12. MapleLeafHater says:

    Looks like every leaf who their fans pump up as the future of the franchise could be someone else’s future.

  13. FrankTheTank3388 says:

    I better HotDogAllDressed made better jokes than that one in third grade too. Seriously, mom/immature sex jokes are really from the 3rd grade. If you can’t think of a better insult than that, you are obviously a little kid, ’nuff said.

  14. JJ-Dynomite says:

    so the article sucked because a leaf fan wrote it? wow how insightful

  15. JJ-Dynomite says:

    so the article sucked because a leaf fan wrote it? wow how insightful! i found it a good post too use if i want too know how teams will look next season without doing the work myself, which i believe might have been point of the article! and just too point out, im 17 and in grade 12

  16. CrosbyMalkin66 says:

    This article sucked… and so do all you leaf fans NUFF SAID..

  17. goleafsgo1991 says:

    Yup…hopefully Steen doesn’t turn out like this.

  18. dcz28 says:

    Well the NHLPA site has it as Kronvall and so does NHL.com…TSN and the Official Wings site has it as Kronwall so i can understand the confusion… i thought it was Kronvall but pronounced sounded like Kronwall kinda like Hudler pronounced sounds like “Hoodler” but i guess we should trust the Wings site about this.

  19. I_hate_LA says:

    Before you post, get your facts straight. I’m sorry for whining about it, but I’m sick and tired of these part 1, part 2, then these part 3 posts.

  20. tancred says:

    I’m not 100% sure, but, as you said, the confusion most likely arises due to the pronunciation of the name. Anyone here know Swedish? If I can remember, I’ll have to ask my friend from Sweden about it next time I talk to her.

  21. goleafsgo1991 says:

    Well I’m sick and tired of this bullsh*t…people assuming I’m an ignorant sh*thead just because I have the word “leafs” in my name. For the record I am an extremely avid Leafs fan but I live a two hour plane ride away so luckily I don’t live in a fantasy…my every word is not curbed by the fact I assume the Leafs will win the cup this year on the backs of experienced veterans such as Wendel Clark, Rick Vaive, Mats Sundin, and Mike Palmateer. I don’t…that’s completely ridiculous. For the record I’ve picked the Leafs to finish in the basement of their division and probably only in 11th or 12th place.

    I will point out for my 3 articles…of which I was doing everyone here a favor by getting minds rolling early…that I have had 2 errors over 3 articles. (1) That Antero Niitymaki is 27, not 30. (2) That Francois Beauchemin signed a 2 year contract extension this summer. Pretty decent when you consider I’m human and that over a few hundred names I’m bound to mess up once or twice. Also, remember I got my information from http://www.hockeyanalysis.com so they might have messed up too (as they did in the Beauchemin case, and possibly with Ryan Smyth). Say there’s 200 players I listed…198/200 is 99%…not bad…so shut the **** up with bullsh*ting my articles just because of my chosen prefered team.

  22. I_hate_LA says:

    This doesn’t pertain to ONLY YOU, it pertains to EVERYONE who makes these lame uninsightful posts.

  23. CaptainInsano says:

    To all you dissing this article and the article’s brothers (Part 1 and Part 2) … write a better article yourself, or kindly put a sock that restricts oxygen flow over your face.

    I found it to be an informative read and am glad someone went through the trouble of finding out these details so I wouldn’t have to.

  24. HabsFanForLife says:

    Looks like the habs are going to spending some money next year, hope the cap goes up lol.

  25. Pedro says:

    Scott Harntnell is a UFA next summer, he started playing at 18, this is his 7th season i believe. I have seen though that he will be a UFA this summer.

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