Sources tell TSN that veteran goaltender Sean Burke has been placed on waivers by the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Today it was announced that Forwards John Mitchell, Robbie Earl, Jiri Tlusty, Kris Newbury and Jeremy Williams were sent to the Marlies.
Steve Yzerman joined the Detroit front office on Monday, becoming the vice president of the Red Wings.
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Okay, I have to admit, I’m kind of worried with the preseason record that the habs have going so far. I don’t know what Carb’s plans are for the team, but he better get it in gear soon, after watching “The Rocket” recently, I’ve been even more pumped to see the habs play…we need the team to have heart, It’s all about motivation and chemistry.
Nearly halfway through the 2006-07 preseason schedule, the Rangers remain unbeaten after beating Florida 3-2 on Saturday night in the first NHL game ever played in Puerto Rico.
From what i’ve seen so far, this is what my Leafs line up wwould be:
The Senators have lost Joe Corvo for 4-6 weeks with a broken foot after blocking a shot late in the Buffalo game. He’ll miss the start of the season, and fans and reporters have not been impressed with Corvo’s play in his own end. Corvo looks out of place, doesn’t seem to have good chemistry with his partner Wade Redden, and makes fans in Ottawa nervous the way he rushes the puck. It could be the start of a long 4 yearsv- is Corvo the new Sens whipping boy?
Like the past few seasons, Tuomo Ruutu is yet again injured. He suffered a sprained left nknee after taking what the Black Hawk coach Trent Yawney is calling a questionable hit by Rostislav Klesla in the Chicago 5-2 preseason win vs. the Bluejackets. Ruutu is expected to miss 4 weeks with the injury. This was reported on Yahoo as well as dobberhockey.com
The Day and Time have come when Hockey Minds should start to think outside the box….
There were alot of improvements last year in the game…
According to the Flyers website the Flyers sign defenseman Oskars Bartulis to an entry level contract.
Coutesy of the New York Post:
The Devils waived D Dan McGillis yesterday, and if unclaimed his $2.2 million salary likely goes to Lowell. No cap help, though, since he’s not been on the list that is already over the season-opening limit . . . Lou Lamoriello said Patrik Elias, who has missed the last three exhibitions, has a “cold.”