NHL News – July 28, 2006 (AM Edition) Various Submitters

Las Vegas to get an NHL team?

Bolts lock up Sarich

Pavel Vorobiev wont be back with hawks this year!!

Fingold to sign letter of intent

Habs Prospect Latendresse goes down with head injury

Las Vegas to get an NHL team?



According to hockeybuzz.com, the owners of the NBA Sacrmento Kings want badly to bring an NHL team to Las Vegas. Rumors has it, the NHL is very intrigued and although they have no plans on expanding, the amount of young talent might force them to in years to come.

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Bolts lock up Sarich

According to Sportsnet, the Tampa Bay Lightning have signed Corey Sarich to a one year 1.9 million US deal.

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Pavel Vorobiev wont be back with hawks this year!!

According to Chicago Sun Times:Russian winger Pavel Vorobiev, meanwhile, won’t be back in the Hawks’ organization this season. He has signed to play for Khimik Mytischy of the Russian league. The Hawks will retain Vorobiev’s NHL rights for three more years.

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Fingold to sign letter of intent

The Post-Gazette is reporting that Samuel Fingold has either signed a letter of intent to buy the Penguins or will do so in the next few days, which would give him exclusive negotiation rights with the present owners to buy the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Fingold, who resides in and has a business in Hartford, has business ties to the Sprint Center in Kansas City and his original intent was to move the Penguins to that venue. Since then, and under pressure from politicians, he has said he is willing to work with the local politicians towards a new arena in Pittsburgh. Regardless, if the Isle Of Capri group wins the Pittsburgh slots license bid, Fingold and the Penguins would be obligated to honor the deal where Isle Of Capri as the winner would pay $290 Million towards a new arena.

Source: Post-Gazette

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Habs Prospect Latendresse goes down with head injury

RDS is reporting that Guillaume Latendresse has suffered his second concussion in his short career. It happened during a red vs white game during the training camp for Team Canada’s Junior squad. Latendresse has been the talk of Montrealers for the last year as he had an above average training camp with the Habs last year. (It also helps that he is French Canadian and that the French media have adopted him as the next French Canadian superstar). Is he worth all the adulation? Will he end up with the Habs this year? Will his hockey career end up like the Lindros brothers and their concussion troubles? What do you think?

http://www.rds.ca/lhjmq/chroniques/209395.html

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