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According to the Ottawa Sun:
Martin Havlat is taking another step closer to the door.
With most of the major UFAs signed, the landscape of the NHL has changed drastically from last season…well, at least for a couple teams. Which of these teams do you think came out on top?
According to TSN and Sportsnet, free agent goaltender, Manny Legace was expecting to get some offers from some teams. Manny Legace didn’t get that AT ALL, infact he has had no calls from other teams regarding him signing a contract. Legace’s agent has started calling teams, but by the looks of things, Legace is going to be left without a job, seeing there are very few teams without a starting goalie and several other goalies to choose from.
If you could have any one player on your team, who would it be?
During the appeal of the ongoing battle between Steve Belkin and the other owners of the Thrashers and the Hawks of the NBA, a Maryland judge ruled that the two teams cannot sign players to multi-year deals or trade for players who already have multi-year deals. Only one year contracts.
According to one of Pittsburgh’s most prestigious newspapers, The Pittsburgh Tribune review, Mark Recchi may be intrested in returning to the Penguins again.
Source : Mix 99.7 FM Radio Station
The Montreal submit a 5 years / 25 Millions dollars offer to Simon Gagne.
According to tsn.ca
The Washington Capitals continued to stockpile for the future Thursday, signing 20-year-old defenseman Sasha Pokulok to an entry-level contract.
Restricted free agent forward Nik Antropov has agreed to a one-year deal with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Terms have not been released.
According to Sportsnet Mika Noronen is not pleased in the Vancouver Canucks acquiring Roberto Luongo as full time goalie, pushing Noronen to back-up. Noronen also wants atleast a one way deal, rather than his current two way deal.
The Carolina Hurricanes announced that the team has agreed to terms with defenceman Glen Wesley to a one-year contract.
The deal will pay Wesley $1.2 million in 2006-07.
Oilers obtain free-agent Daniel Tjarnqvist
The Edmonton Oilers have agreed to terms with free agent defenceman Daniel Tjarnqvist on a one-year contract.
Howard Berger of the Fan 590 reported today that over the last 24 hours he has heard that the Leafs have been pursuing UFA Mike Peca.
According to tsn.ca
The Philadelphia Flyers announced that they have re-signed centre R.J. Umberger to a new two-year contract.
According to TSN.ca The Habs has re-signed Riberio and Cote to one year deals. Financial terms not disclosed.
According to tsn.ca
The Columbus Blue Jackets announced that the team has signed goaltender Ty Conklin and defenseman Tomas Kloucek to two-way contracts.
Andrew Raycroft and Ray Emery both share the same nickname – RAZOR – and it’s become obvious that who deserves this knickname will be earned on the ice.
They were both drafted in the mid-rounds, both played in the OHL for 3 seasons, AHL and had breakout rookie campaigns – Raycroft winning ROY, Emery winning player on the month honours and setting a Sens record for winning streak.
Raycroft has 3 years seniority on Emery, but Emery has won a playoff round – both went into the playoffs on division winning teams, so to settle the score before the season starts – let’s look at the stats from the OHL, AHL and NHL and see who deserves the ultimate nickname – RAZOR.
“The Team 1040″ last night talked to the Vancouver Canucks GM Dave Nonis, he said quote” I may be not done, there is still many things to do, I want to do one more deal , but im not mentioning any names. I even believe there might be players from the inside that we could use next season(Manitoba Moose) for example Jason King, Shultz, Brandon Reid”. Later on in the brodcast the radio announcer said he was looking at the Canucks roster and said there are 2 candidates he thinks are the only 2 remaining players Nonis could trade”Matt Cooke or Brendan Morrison”
This is a list of all players that have inclined to go the route of arbitration.
according to TSN, the Ottawa Senators signed goaltender Ray Emery to a one-year deal for $925,000.