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According to TSN.ca and NhlNetwork.ca the Vancouver Canucks have signed former Atlanta Thrasher D-man Yannnick Tremblay.
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That’s right the NY Rangers will play against the Florida Panthers in San Juan, Puerto Rico at the Jose Miguel Agrelot Coliseum on Saturday, September 23.
According to the boston herald:Stephen Harris reports a source claiming there’s a good chance Brian Leetch could re-sign with the Bruins, noting the veteran blueline also received interest from the NY Rangers and the Red Wings.
The Habs roster, assuming that noone does better or worse this season, is upgraded 37 points. Now, assuming that people are going to improve over last season, due to chemistry and maturity, Montreal will be a major contender for the cup this year. Just imagine how many games those 37 points could have swayed in the Habs favour last season.
According to the Score ticker, Detroit has come to terms with UFA Defenseman Dani Markov. Terms of the deal not disclosed.
According to hockeybuzz.com:Doctors at the Mayo clinic have cleared Tomas Vokoun to return to the Predators. Pred Nation has breathed a sigh of refief as their all-star goaltender will be back in time for training camp.
Islanders sign Asham, avoid arbitration
Klee joins Avs, Recchi back to the Pens
Sharks re-sign Mark Smith
Danny Markov soon to be an Oiler?
Blackhawks name Dudley assistant GM
According to various sites the Vancouver Canucks have signed unrestricted free agent Jan Bulis to a 1 year/$1.3M contract. Bulis played last year with the Montreal Canadiens and had a career high in goals with 20 and tied a career high in points with 40 last season. He also had a career high 4 goals in one game vs Philadelphia at one point in the season. He also played on the Czech Republic at 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy this past year. He will really bolster the Canucks offensive production as I beleive he will develop into a great goal-scorer.
VANCOUVER/CKNW(AM980) – The Vancouver Canucks are expecting Trevor Linden to return to the lineup.
GM Dave Nonis says a roster spot awaits the unrestricted free agent, and they’ll sit down next week to discuss a new deal.
The Canucks didn’t exercise a 1.5-million-dollar option after Linden slumped to 16 points last season.
Meanwhile, Anson Carter’s agent says the free agent won’t accept the Canucks’ current offer, believed to be 1.8-million dollars a year.