Dunham an Islander

Mike Dunham has signed a one-year deal with the New York Islanders

Here’s the link:

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/news_story/?ID=179300&hubname=nhl

Canucks Lines Taking Shape?

According to Canucks.com, the team has trimmed 10 more from their roster, leaving them with 25 players, going into Saturday nights game.

Assigned to Manitoba (AHL) are:

Quick Fix For Buggy Comments

This is a quick fix for people who are seeing the “Read the rest of the comment” link in the news articles. To solve this problem you must do the following steps (really easy).

1. In your account … Go to Comments

2. Set the number in Max Comment Length from 0 to a number like 1024

3. hit Save Changes

4. Wahoo your done … all fixed.

Blue Jackets Waive Conklin

The Score is reporting that the Columbus Blue Jackets have placed Goalie Ty Conklin on waivers

New York Islanders Season Preview

New York Islanders

General Manager: Garth Snow, was named GM on July 18, 2006 after Neil Smith was fired by Charles Wang.

Head Coach: Ted Nolan, was hired on June 8, 2006.

Site problems?

Is something wrong with the site? I have to click on “Read the rest of this comment” to read any posts, and half the time I don’t even get the actual post, just a blank page with “post a comment” at the top. A number of the links won’t work, including “HTR Staff”, so I have no idea how to get in touch with anyone that can do anything, other than submitting it as news. I’ve noticed there’s been a couple other changes on the site, so I don’t know if this is a new format that isn’t responding well to my computer, but if you could at least post something saying what’s going on, or send me a PM about it, it would be greatly appreciated.

Konowalchuck Retires, Colorado in a Pickle?

Today we found out the very under-rated Steve Konowalchuk retired due to an irregular heartbeat. First of all, best of wishes to Steve and his family, he made the right decision and deserves all the respect in the world for playing throughout his career will a ton of class.

Hurricanes and Kings make a trade

TSN.ca is reporting that the Hurricanes and Kings have made a trade. Going to Carolina is center Eric Belanger and Defenceman Tim Gleason. In exchange the Kings receive, Oleg Tverdovsky and the rights to prospect Jack Johnson

Final Roster for the Leafs

The Leafs are down to their last two preseason games and its slowly becoming clear who will make the cut.
The Leaf hopefuls have demonstrated scoring talent, quickness, tough fights and impressive goaltending but now its the moment of truth.

Latendresse to start the season with the habs

According to Cyberpresse.ca, Guillaume Latendresse who’s been the fan’s center of attention during the habs’s training camp will be starting the season for the CH. While Andrei Kostityn would be sent back to Hamilton for another season in the AHL, Latendresse would sign this morning his first contract in the nhl, according to the same source.

New York! We have a problem

The New York Rangers finished their season on one of the lowest notes possible. Needing only a couple of victories down the stretch, they ultimately came up one victory short, and saw the rival Devils take the division yet again. They would continue their losing streak for the first 4 games of the playoffs, and that was it for one of the cinderella stories of 05-06. As training camp arrives, fellow Ranger fans, we have a problem… The Rangers have too many solid kids ready and not enough roster space for them! …I never said the problem was a bad one.

Nikolai Zherdev re-signs

tsn reports that “The Columbus Blue Jackets have re-signed right wing Nikolai Zherdev to a three-year contract. Financial terms were not disclosed but The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that it’s worth in excess of $7 million. ”I am very happy to remain a Blue Jacket and want to thank the organization for their commitment and support,” said Zherdev. ”I am excited about our team and look forward to joining my teammates in Columbus as soon as possible.”

Canadiens claim Traverse off of waivers

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/news_story.asp?ID=179134&hubName=nhl

Montreal claimed him from San Jose on waivers. I wonder if the injury to Souray is more serious than originally thought.