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NHLPA.com and the Official Thrashers website both reports that goalie Mike Dunham has signed a 1 year $750,000 contract with Atlanta.
According to http://leafscooper.tripod.com/columnists/ , it claims that a Polish NHL News source (http://www.nhl.com.pl/plotki.php?pid=770), is reporting that the Toronto Maple Leafs are apparantly close to a contract agreement with former New York Islander, free agent forward Mariusz Czerkawski.
Here are the results for the 2005 HTR Free Agents Pool.
Go inside to see your score.
Pat Hickey Reports in todays Montreal Gazette:
Canadiens fans can take a deep breath – Jose Theodore isn’t going anywhere.
TSN.ca is reporting that 25 year old, 6’4″, 216 lbs., sophomore forward Ryan Malone has re-signed with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Malone lead the Pens in scoring in 03-04 with 43 points in 81 games, notching 22 goals and 21 assists.
TSN has just reported on their website that the Washington Capitals have officially signed left wing Alexander Ovechkin, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft, to a three-year contract. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
On Daily News Live in Philly Monday, Bob Clarke discussed how he learned how to deal with cap. Though he said he was still confused about aspects of it (“as are most GM’s”). Clarke and the Flyers got a hand from one the best cap teams in NFL, Joe Banner and the Eagles.
According to Mr. Jean Pagé from the Quebec TV show ”110%”, the Théodore clan has given Bob Gainey until 18h00 (HTR note: We presume it is tomorrow) to accept the request of 22.5 million for a 4-year contract. Big news from Montréal, soon?
I’ve struggled to find alot of good free hockey pools on the internet. So far nothing beats yahoo’s pool and I was wondering if anyone had any good websites for good hockey pools. Personally I would love to see one come to HTR. So let’s post good sites and help everyone who is looking for a good pool out.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have agreed to the arbitration rewarded to Dick Tarnstrom (Pens leading scorer from 2003/04 season). Will he be traded soon, though??
The Devils are usually a team to contend with, but with all the changes in the economics of the game, and the off-ice problems they have encountered the past year or so, are they the same team that was a perenial playoff team?
It seems like on every hockey site they have polls to see who has done the best in this wild and crazy free agent summer. On every one of those sites, the same old teams are up… Pittsburgh, Chicago, Philadelphia, Anaheim, etc.
As a Devils fan, It’s my fret that the Devils will have the first chance to be humiliated by Sidney Crosby. Will Brodeur leave him in the dark, or will he shine in the spotlight?