The roster chosen to play a triumphant 8 game sweep of the Russians has been selected.
According to an article in the Toronto Sun , Curtis Joseph would love to come back to Toronto to finish off his career. When asked if he would settle for being the backup heading into the new season, the King City residnet replied “To be back here again? Ya, absolutely I would, for sure,” . The 40 year old would probably also have to take a hometown discount.
The Tennessean is downplaying speculation that the Predators are set to become a poor team following the potential losses of key players Kariya, Forsberg and the recent trades of Hartnell and Timonen. They report that it is not likely that the Predators will move players such as Arnott, Vokoun or Sullivan to further reduce their payroll even further.
Larry Brooks of the New York Post is reporting that the Rangers are getting ready for contract talks with Gillis, Nylander’s agent. Brooks speculates that Nylander will be able to command a 4 year deal in the range of 18-20 million dollars on the open market and it is well known that Nylander has already fired his old agent for reportedly agreeing to a deal worth 3.75 per season.
The DelcoTimes.com is adding more speculation regarding the possibility that the Flyers will move young defenseman Pitkanen.
According to Bluejackets.com, its heard to me that on draft day coming up this friday, that the bluejackets will anounce their new team jerseys that will be worn on juring the 2007-2008 nhl season. This will be shown by a couple of jacket players just before the draft begins.
This is a good article for any1 who thinks Euros are soft….
Taken from StarTribune.com…
I am not optimistic that Bob can sign Souray…but if he did, I think he would make a better forward. If he could get 64 pts as a defender he may be able to put up even better numbers up front. He could still quarterback the PP and he wouldn’t be such a liability on D. (He would also and grit)
According to sportsnet.ca the Ottawa Senators might hire ex NHLer Dale Hunter as a coach. Hunter is a coach and a part owner of the London Knights of the OHL. The Ottawa Citizen writes ” Hunter is one of the best coaching prospects in the world and would make a great NHL coach.” Hunter coached the Knights to a Memorial Cup in 2004.
After numerous reports came out yesterday confirming that Claude Julien, the ex-Devils coach, was hired as the bench boss of the Bruins, the organization has remained silent. Could the silence mean that Chiarelli is still considering other candidates? Could Mike Milbury still find himself behind the Bruins’ bench for a second tour?
Here’s the story about the Bruins’ silence: http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/news/story?id=2908216
Here’s a story about Milbury’s potential hiring:
With the NHL entry draft coming this Friday, GM bob Gainey has some decisions to make….
This is not a rumor. It is merely speculation.
I expect to see Wade Redden shipped out of Ottawa on draft day in order to move Ottawa up in the selections to one of the top 6 picks.
According to TSN.ca the Ducks might be losing Scott Niedermayer and Teemu Selanne to retirement. It will sure be interesting to see what transpires over the next period of time. Both Selanne and Niedermayer are huge pieces of the puzzle for the Ducks.