Category Archives: Free Agents

Five possibilities of where Martin Brodeur could play next year

Randy Miller of NJ.com writes … Where will Martin Brodeur play next season? Here are 5 possibilities

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Avs likely to go after free agent d men

Adrian Dater of the The Denver Post writes … Avalanche going into time when it could pick up free agents

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Will Richards go to the Devils?

Charles Curtis/NJ.com writes … NHL free agency: Brad Richards to Devils?

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Five Free Agents Who Will Be Overpaid

Matt Larkin of the Hockey News Writes … Five free agents who will be overpaid this summer.

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Could Richards head back to Tampa Bay?

Does Boyle want to go to Toronto?

Darren Dreger is reporting that The Toronto Maple Leafs are high on Dan Boyle’s list.

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Should the Leafs go after Dan Boyle?
Should the Leafs go after Dan Boyle as an UFA?

Could Iginla end up in Detroit?

Helene St. James, Detroit Free Press Sports Writer, writes that Free agent Jarome Iginla would make an excellent addition to the Red Wings.

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How spike in NHL salary cap will impact the Flyers

All told, the Flyers have $49.36 million committed for next season.

That leaves approximately $21.7 million to spend, though a few players need extensions first. Goaltender Steve Mason will be due a big raise once he is eligible to sign an extension on Jan. 1. Steve Downie is set to become an unrestricted free agent and already earns $2.65 million. Brayden Schenn, Michael Raffl and Erik Gustafsson are all restricted. The Flyers also will need to find a deal for Ray Emery or look for a new backup.

Wild likely to go after Vanek or Stephan

If the Wild can’t sign free agent and former Gopher Thomas Vanek of the New York Islanders after the season, look for them to pursue Hastings native Derek Stepan of the New York Rangers. Either player would provide the one additional scorer the Wild need to contend for a Stanley Cup.

NHL free agents: Will they stay or will they go?

USA TODAY Sports’ Kevin Allen predicts whether other potential unrestricted free agents will take extensions or explore the market: