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Files from TSN.ca and The Toronto Star make up this report.
The Toronto Star reports that a group of NHL veterans are calling for the resignation of NHL Players Association executive director Ted Saskin, union president Trevor Linden and other players association officials amid allegations that Saskin was hired improperly.
Eklund claims that according to “an Atlanta Based source” Bondra signed a deal late sunday night to play with the Thrashers. There currently is no mention of either the term or value of the contract.
Center Yanic Perreault has accepted a tryout invitation extended by the Nashville Predators and will attend the team’s training camp, which opens Monday.
Today is the fourth year anniversary of the tragic day that changed our lives, 9/11.
This day should never be forgotten, nor should we ever forgive the evil that has been done.
Can I ever take Mike Brophy seriously again? As a writer, ‘expert’ or man. The Hockey News’ Top 50 Players of 2005-2006 had the most bizarre and insanely ludicrous rankings I have read in a long time.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Flyers will have four alternate captains this season, rotating two players at home and two on the road. Look for Derien Hatcher, Peter Forsberg and probably forward Simon Gagne, who has been moved to Hitch¢ock’s leadership group, to wear A’s.
The Oilers expect to see Ryan Smyth at training camp, but whether he comes in with a one-year deal or a multi-year pact remains to be seen.
Here’s a look at possible lines and depth charts of each team for this upcoming season…
Steve Thomas has accepted the Toronto Maple Leafs’ invitation to attend camp on a tryout basis.
sources = tsn.ca:
It looks like the 2005-06 NHL season will begin without the league’s second-leading scorer of all time.
According to the New York Post, Mark Messier is done playing after 25 seasons in the NHL.
Other newspaper reports say that the future Hall of Famer will not be reporting for a training camp physical with the New York Rangers on Monday, and may take the opportunity to announce his retirement from hockey.
John Ferguson, general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced Saturday that the club has signed free agent defenceman Brad Brown to a one year contract. In keeping with club policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed.
There are more remaining free agents then people think, but I guess it’s time we once again go over the list of players still on the market.
This is my first post so here it is. Well I know that people are gonna say “I told you so. Forsberg and Hatcher are out before they begin. ”