Zubrus to TO? Nolan to Calgary.

According to FAN590, Dainius Zubrus would now be a Leaf… more to come.

According to TSN, Owen Nolan is now a Calgary Flame for 1 year, 2M$ (including bonuses)

Bertuzzi a Duck!

According to TSN, Todd Bertuzzi has signed a 2-yeard deal with the Anaheim Ducks

Bryan Smolinski's a Hab, Kyle Calder a King

According to TSN, Bryan Smolinski is now a Hab. 1-year, 2M$ deal (including a No-Trade Clause)

Still according to TSN, Kyle Calder has signed a deal with the Kings

Handzus Nagy to Los Angeles

According to TSN’s Sportscenter, Michal Handzus & Ladislav Nagy would’ve signed with the Los Angeles Kings.

No other infos were provided.

Klee to Atlanta, Bonk deVries to Nashville

ajc.com is reporting that Ken Klee has signed with the Atlanta Thrashers. Terms not disclosed.


Bonk & deVries

Souray Rejects Canadiens Offer…

According to RDS Renaud Lavoie, Sheldon Souray officially rejected the Canadiens offer which is rumored to be a 4-yearl deal worth $22m.

Lang Chicago Bound

According to RDS, F Robert Lang would’ve signed a 2-year deal with the Chicago BlackHawks.

Could the leafs get more?

Ok well it seems the Washington Caps have just signed free agent Michael Nylander.  Who would have played great in Toronto and i thought the Leafs should have gotten a centericeman but its too late now. 

Stop… Hammer time!

According to RDS, D Roman Hamrlik has signed a 4-year deal with Montreal.

details to come

Sorry Oils fans, no Nylander for you.

Contrary to what has been reported by TSN last night (which was coming from an Edmonton radio station), Michael Nylander has apparently signed a 4-year deal with the WASHINGTON CAPITALS today.


Analysis: July 1

You hear that? The sound of cash registers….

leaf survery

Caps interested in Yashin?

According to many sources and the Washington Post, the Washington Capitals are interested in the services of Alexei Yashin, but only at a discount price.

They want to get him at around $2M per but Yashin’s agent has made it clear the bottom is $3M. If he can be convinced to take less money, the Caps think he will be re-ignited from his laziness alongside fellow russian superstar Alexander Ovechkin.