Mark your calendars, boys and girls. Oct 28 will yet again be a night for Patrick Roy to be larger than life on (inter)national TV.
According to numerous sources, nhl.com, yahoo sports, and The Boston Globe. David Legwand has finally signed with the Preds. Terms of the deal not disclosed. He was offered a qualifying offer of $1.2 million, which is a 10% raise over last year.
According to Espn, JS Giguere has reached an agreement with the Ducks on a 4 year deal. It wasn’t reported how much, but I would assume in the 6-7 Million dollar range since that’s what he was looking for.
To all hockey gamers out there, the NHL2004 demo is now available at the following link: ftp://ftp.ea.com/pub/easports/demos/
I’ve played it and it is an AMAZING upgrade from last year!!
As for my ULTIMATE POOL PREVIEW 03-04, Thanx to Trademan, Mikster & DG it is now officially available on the HTR frontpage.
I’d just like to let you know that it will be updated frequently so you’ll just have to update your version right before your pool for an even better accuracy. (an updated version is already available right now!)
First of all, Magnus Arvedson has signed a 1 year 1.5 million contract with the Vancouver Canucks.
Joe Nieuwendyk is a Toronto Maple Leaf, TSN has learned. The unrestricted free agent centre agreed to terms today on the deal with the Maple Leafs.
www.thefourthperiod.com reports that according to AM980 CKNW radio in Vancouver, the Avalanche may acquire Olaf Kolzig and deal Alex Tanguay to the Washington Capitals. The third team is reported unknown.
There it is, poolers, the ULTIMATE POOL PREVIEW!!!
www.thefourthperiod.com (yes, it’s back!) reports that the New Jersey Devils and 37 year old centre Joe Nieuwendyk have agreed terms to a contract. Details to follow.
Whats the team on HTR that gets the least amount of attention? The one team that doesn’t appear to have one fan out of 7,200 members? The one team who hasn’t hasd a single article writen about them in quite possibly years? The Predators? No. The Sabres? No. The Leafs? I wish! No that distinction would belong to the Chicago
BlackHawks! “The Chicago who?” you ask. Well here’s the story on the NHL’s saddest franchise.
As Ranger fans once again suffer through another off-season without making the playoffs, Rangers management tried a different approach to fix the team’s problems.
With the recent retirement of defencemen Robert Svehla, the Leafs were blessed with $4 million to spend on whoever they want.
According to TSN.ca, the Colorado Avalanche have signed youngster Alex Tanguay
RDS has learn that the Montréal Canadiens has just resign their captain Saku Koivu for a two years deal.
The AP reports….IRVING, Texas (AP) — Jere Lehtinen, the Selke Trophy winner last season as the NHL’s best defensive forward, signed a new four-year contract with the Dallas Stars on Thursday.
Everyday I turn on my computer and log on to many hockey sites to read anything about hockey. Whether it’s news, rumors, general articles, or even what the fan’s say, I make a living reading hockey.
Hockey journalists are the ones I admire the most. Why? Well…click more to read…