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Bruins fans, 8 games into the season, I would say are a little disappointed.
The free agent period offered many signs of optimism. Joe Thornton was signed to a three year deal and Sergie Samsonov will have a year to prove he should stay long term. The blue line was bolstered with a future hall of famer in Brian Leetch. They also signed former fan favorites in Travis Green and Shawn McEachern. Finally, an abundance of youth were ready to make their mark in the new NHL.
Now I know what you are thinking, not another rant.. but this time, everyone would like to hear your opinion!!
Janne Niinimaa is rumored to be on the trading block since he is unable to get a point with the Islanders yet.
Mr. Gretzky and his crew have compiled a list of 81 potential players for the upcoming games.
According the the Coyotes official site, Phoenix has traded center Jeff Taffe to the New York Rangers in exchange for center Jamie Lundmark.
nhl.com is reporting that the Atlanta Thrashers have signed veteran goaltender Steve Shields to a tryout contract with the Chicago Wolves of the AHL.
According to the Score, Martin Havlat is suspended 5 games for the kicking incident that occured Saturday night against the Bruins.
October 16, 2005
by Bardia Sinaee (HockeyNations.com – HockeyLeaks.com)
(TORONTO, ON) – There are two things in common between, Jason Allison, Eric Lindros, Jeff O’Neill, and the Toronto Maple Leafs: they all had some serious doubters, and, they have all proved them wrong in this past week.
With injuries to their top 3 goalies so early in the season, there are whispers in Atlanta about Potvin, or Biron coming to the Thrashers.
TSN.ca is reporting
Sources say the NHL is reviewing a kicking incident last night in the Ottawa-Boston game at the Corel Centre. Havlat, after being knocked into the back of the net, kicked Boston defenceman Hal Gill. A suspension is expected.
Everyone is making the early opinion on how the season is going to go. So I figured I would start the debate for who could be playing for team Canada in Turin, Italy. I am going to limit my selection to younger players, cause I feel that this is the Olympics where we leave behind the likes of Lemieux, Sakic, Yzerman, Blake. Take a younger team and show the world that we will continue to dominate our sport for years to come.
Brett Hull will announce his retirement from the Coyotes at a press conference in Phoenix this evening.
Who do you think is the most beat up person in the NHL?????