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Kings re-sign forward Cammalleri

Jamie Allison signs with Sens

Bradley re-signs with Capitals

Bruins Re-Sign Jurcina

Stars lock up GM until 2011By Mr-X

Kings re-sign forward Cammalleri

According to tsn.ca

The Los Angeles Kings have re-signed restricted free agent centre Mike Cammalleri to a one-year contact, avoiding his July 28 arbitration hearing. Terms of the agreement were not announced.

Cammalleri, 24, led the Kings this past season in goals with 26, was fourth in team scoring with 55 points and fifth in assists with 29 while playing in 80 games. Cammalleri also recorded a team high 15 power-play goals, four game-winning goals, which was tied for second on the club, and he led the team with 206 shots while playing in his first full NHL season.

Cammalleri was originally selected by the Kings in the second-round (49th overall) of the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.

By Bruins_fan33

Jamie Allison signs with Sens

According to RDS: Jamie Allison has signed with the Ottawa Senators.Terms of the contract were not released.

Bradley re-signs with Capitals

According to TSN: The Washington Capitals on Wednesday re-signed right wing Matt Bradley to a two-year contract, avoiding salary arbitration. Financial terms were not disclosed.

By Bruinsdude

Bruins Re-Sign Jurcina

Hockeyjournal.com has learned that Boston Bruins defenseman Milan Jurcina has agreed to terms on a one-year, one-way contract valued at $500,000

“We just finished the one-year deal and Milan (Jurcina) will be arbitration-eligible next year,” Jurcina’s agent, Allan Walsh, said Tuesday. “The impetus is now on him to go out this season and prove to the Bruins that he’s worth investing in for the long term.”

by habsfan73

Stars lock up GM until 2011

According to tsn.ca the Dallas Stars have signed their Generan Manager Doug Armstrong to a 3-year contract extension on Tuesday. This will keep Armstrong with the team through the 2010-11 season. Financial terms were not disclosed. Armstrong, 41, served nine years as an assistant general manager under Bob Gainey before being promoted to GM in January 2002. Over Armstrong’s tenure as GM, Dallas has earned the third-most points (320) and the third-most wins (140) in the NHL. Only Detroit and Ottawa have more points and wins. As a habs fan I think that Gainey left him with such a good team anyway that he didnt have to do too much lol. Dont get me wrong he has done a good job but i think Gainey had them headed in the right direction and took Armstrong under his wing while he was Assistant to Gainey.

16 Responses to NHL News

  1. Lazarus says:

    first off, as a kings fan, i’m glad to see cammaleri back, he is a great young player and fits well with the team, having said that, i think it was stupid to let him file for arbitration and even worse to only sign him for a one year deal, he has many great years ahead of him and i would like to see him in a kings uniform for those years

  2. passionch says:

    Good for the Kings keeping Cammalleri.

  3. PensinWpg says:

    Makes perfect sense, his talents take advantage of the NHL as it is now and still is yet to peak.

  4. John_Connor says:

    I agree… with Demitra gone, Cammalleri is going to have a hell of a year.

    Shoulda locked him up long term.

  5. buds8 says:


    Now there’s actually a player on the Sens that the Leafs can catch! I bet he has a good year though, just to throw it in JFJ’s face!

    p.s. I hope they use him in the shoot-out! LMAO!

  6. capouel says:

    I think you are talking about Jason Allison but it is Jamie Allison that the sens have signed. He’s a defencement that has played with the predators and the panthers last year.

  7. bpanther83 says:

    Yeah, but he is just as slow. He is a lot like Hal Gill, except I think Gill has better stats.

  8. capouel says:

    Sure, I think he will be playing in binghamton this year. Safe backup I can tell.

  9. buds8 says:


    I did think it was Jason Allison!

    WTF?? Who cares about Jamie Allison anyways!

  10. bpanther83 says:

    Well you’d think that, but he has been a starter most of his career, and isn’t thatyoung, so I doubt he would sign to play in binghamton.

  11. bpanther83 says:

    Yet to peak? he is 31! He is slow, he has only twice finished with a positive +/-, his career high points is 11, he hasnt scored in 6 seasons. He is another Wade Belak that can’t fight as well.

  12. bpanther83 says:

    Ok I was just checking his stats, maybe he wasn’t a career nhl starter. But I still dont see him at 31 signing to play in the minors. In a previous post i said he was like a belak, but sorry I was wrong. He is more an Aki Berg.

  13. bpanther83 says:

    wait i have no idea who you are refferring to, for some reason I assumed the Jamie Allison, but i think i must be wrong.

  14. Lazarus says:

    i believe we were all referring to cammalleri, who is only 24 years old and is, IMO, set to have a breakout year very soon

  15. zdeno_duchesne says:

    i very much doubt that jamie allison will start over redden, meszaros, corvo, preissing, phillips or volchenkov (plus novak, malec, brian lee)… just a thought.

  16. zdeno_duchesne says:

    plus schubert (dont know how i forgot him)

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