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WOW! The Hockey News and many other people are pegging the Anaheim Ducks as this years Stanley Cup Champions, and I gotta say, that’s a load of bull. The Anaheim Ducks are seriously the most attrociously over rated team in the NHL.
Brenden Morrow got a new contract last week from the Dallas Stars. Now he has a new title: captain.
Team 1200 has just reported that the Habs have traded Mike Ribiero and a 6th round pick in 2007 to the Stars for Janne Niinimaa and a 5th round pick in 2008.
Mike Dunham has signed a one-year deal with the New York Islanders
Here’s the link:
According to Canucks.com, the team has trimmed 10 more from their roster, leaving them with 25 players, going into Saturday nights game.
Assigned to Manitoba (AHL) are:
This is a quick fix for people who are seeing the “Read the rest of the comment” link in the news articles. To solve this problem you must do the following steps (really easy).
1. In your account … Go to Comments
2. Set the number in Max Comment Length from 0 to a number like 1024
3. hit Save Changes
4. Wahoo your done … all fixed.
The Score is reporting that the Columbus Blue Jackets have placed Goalie Ty Conklin on waivers
New York Islanders
General Manager: Garth Snow, was named GM on July 18, 2006 after Neil Smith was fired by Charles Wang.
Head Coach: Ted Nolan, was hired on June 8, 2006.
Is something wrong with the site? I have to click on “Read the rest of this comment” to read any posts, and half the time I don’t even get the actual post, just a blank page with “post a comment” at the top. A number of the links won’t work, including “HTR Staff”, so I have no idea how to get in touch with anyone that can do anything, other than submitting it as news. I’ve noticed there’s been a couple other changes on the site, so I don’t know if this is a new format that isn’t responding well to my computer, but if you could at least post something saying what’s going on, or send me a PM about it, it would be greatly appreciated.
Today we found out the very under-rated Steve Konowalchuk retired due to an irregular heartbeat. First of all, best of wishes to Steve and his family, he made the right decision and deserves all the respect in the world for playing throughout his career will a ton of class.