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Enough with the player rankings, who do think is the worst referee? Give a name and a reason.
2-in-1 Habs article from 2 members.
Guillaume Latendresse has been turning heads since he first put the Habs jersey on in the rookie camp, leading all players with 6 points in 4 games along with fast skating and bonecrunching hits. He may be a longshot to crack the lineup but so far, the kid looks VERY good….
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According to the Toronto Sun the Leafs practice got a little chippy between 4 different players after some hits that some of the teammates didn’t really appreciate.
Oh those were the days seeing Kurri bury passes from 99, or Bossy flying down the wing blowing shots pass goalies, or seeing Guy Lafleur flying hair and all gliding around the ice effortlessly. Those were some of the greatest Right Wingers in the game. But today there is some good ones in their own right. Here is the top 10.
As reported by TSN.ca
“The 29-year-old, who will earn $3.5 million a season, was already in camp with the Oilers because he had a basic agreement on a one-year deal while his agent Don Meehan and GM Kevin Lowe tried to hammer out something with more term.
The AP has Lemieux on record for saying the Pens will probably lose upwards to 7 million dollars this year for a chance to compete for the cup. He also added that he thinks they will lose even more money next year.
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According to spectorshockey.com, The Boston
Bruins GM Mike O’Connell continues to “touch base” with the agents for holdouts Andrew Raycroft and Nick Boynton. Meanwhile, O’Connell has invited former Bruins starter Byron Dafoe to training camp for a tryout. Dafoe has yet to announce his intentions.
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According to Sportsnet, Defenseman Jay Bouwmeester signed a one year deal worth 940K
Pittsburgh Post Gazette reports, that defensman Brooks Oprik has resigned with the team.
Terms are not known, but it is rumored that it is a one-year deal for about $600,000.
This will bolster the Pens blue line with a young, physical, stay-at-home type defenseman.
Finally Restricted free agent Mark Parrish re-signed with the New York Islanders late monday night and made it just in time for training camp tuesday morning. He accepted a 1 year, $1.9 million deal.
Sept. 12 (Bloomberg) — XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc., the biggest U.S. subscription-radio service, will pay $100 million to broadcast National Hockey League games for 10 years to expand its programming.