Potvin signs with the Bruins!!

Goalie Felix Potvin has signed with his fifth NHL team on Wednesday when he agreed on a one-year contract with the Boston Bruins. The Bruins had been in the market for a veteran goaltender after free agent stiff Jeff Hackett signed with the Philadelphia Flyers.

Rangers Re-Sign Free Agent Defenseman Boris Mironov

(Bloomberg) Rangers resigned free-agent Boris Mironov – Terms were not disclosed. Mironov made $3.3, though Rangers paid $1.2M million last season.

Stars looking for a 6th center?

According to the StarTelegram, the Dallas Stars have been seeking a sixth center. Reportedly in the mix is Joe Nieuwendyk.

What does 2003-2004 have in store…

Well it is that time of year. Hockey is in the air. There is only another week until training camps begin. Where do the Oilers fit in to the tightening western confrence? Here is how I see it…

Canucks RW options

With the addition of Hedberg as back-up and either Bryan Allen or Jiri Slegr stepping in to replace Murray Baron, theres really only one hole left in the Canucks, that just happens to be the hardest to fill.

Slegr Comes Back

www.nhl.cz reports that former NHL defenseman Jiri Slegr has signed a contract with the Vancouver Canucks.

Senators' Season Preview

The Ottawa Senators are one of the elite teams in the NHL. With all of their financial problems solved, this team is inching closer to hoisting Lord Stanley’s Mug. This year looks more promising than ever, and the city of Ottawa is already experiencing hockey fever.

What's Goin' On?

After Oleg Tverdovsky signing a contract to play in Russia, Marian Gaborik threatening to play in Slovakia another important player has decided to do the same…

Soon to be Signed?

Slam Sports reports that nealy hired Toronto Maple Leafs GM John Ferguson Jr. is on the verge to sign his first player, Ken Klee.

In other news, Sportnet.ca Nik Kypreos is reporting that the New York Rangers and old-timer Mark Messier have agreed to a contract, which now now ‘imminent’.

Where Are They Now?

Since we are in the doldrums of the off-season, I decided to take a look back at the 1995-96 Colorado Avalanche, the team that taught Denver what it felt like to win a championship, and gave a lot of ignorant people the impression that it was really simple to win the Cup every year.