Predicting stats, trades, or standings is guessing, unless you can read the future. Here are the reviews of every team for the 2001-2002 season.
The Red Wings agreed to a two-year deal with RW Brett Hull. The deal could be worth $9 to $10 million dollars. A conference is taken place this afternoon to make the deal official.
The New York Rangers have been known to always sign or trade for marquee players. With GM Glen Sather, the Rangers seemed to go a totally different direction. What made Sather trade for Lindros? How are Sather’s moves different from Neil Smith’s past moves? How will Lindros change the Rangers? What did the Flyers get? Will the Rangers sign Hull? Take a look and see how the 2001-2002 New York Rangers will look like.
The deal has been approved by the NHL late Friday night. The Philadelphia Flyers send Eric Lindros to the New York Rangers for LW Jan Hlavac, D Kim Johnsson, proscpect Pavel Brendl, and a draft pick. Lindros signed a contract with the Rangers that is worth 37$ million dollars worth for over 4 years. The Rangers will hold a press conference on Monday.
The Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers have finalized the Lindros deal. The Flyers will aquire Jan Hlavac, Kim Johnsson, Pavel Brendl and a mid-round draft pick, and the Rangers get Lindros and a conditional first-round draft pick if he doesn’t play enough games. The Rangers also reached a deal with Lindros reportedly worth $37 million over four years.
Sources say the final sticking point of the deal was insurance, was solved Friday. TSN reports that if Lindros suffers a concussion during the 2001-02 season, he will not be insured for the first year.
“I expect it to be resolved on Monday,” Clarke said.
The Rangers have now sent Eric to a neurolagist in Montreal.It’s certainly starting to look like the Lindros to NY.may not happen.
ESPN reported that Eric Lindros has arrived at LaGuardia airport. Lindros’ lawyer, Gordon Kirke, has told sources that the deal has come through, but Lindros would have to pass a physical, and will have to agree terms on a contract with the Rangers. Expect the deal to happen Friday.
Titles of Articles:
1) “Trade Done, Lindros Camp to Negotiate”
2) “Trade Could Put Flyers Over The Top”
3) “Lindros vs. Jagr”
4) “Good Move???????”
5) “Is Sather Planning On Dealing Lindros to Toronto?”
Authors of Articles:
Nashville Predators goalie, Mike Dunham, is having a pretty good week. Just a couple of days after signing a brand new contract with his NHL team, his country has named him to its’ Olympic squad as well. Being the first goalie inked to the 2002 team should make Dunham the leading candidate to be the starter in Salt Lake City.
Many hockey sources have reported that the Rangers are close to trade for Eric Lindros. The Rangers players mentioned in the trade are Jan Hlavac, Pavel Brendl, and Kim Johnsson. The deal could happen tommorow, Wednesday, when GM Glen Sather should return from his vacation.
NOTE: I received many submitted articles on this topic, so I posted one with the main point. I’m very pleased with HTR members that are submitting immidiate news.
With many rich teams adding big name free agents this off-season, the Rangers ended up dumping a lot of salary and not signing and big name players.
Filip Kuba, 24 year old defenseman, re-signed a two year deal with the Wild worth 1.51$ million dollars.
Kenny Jonsson re-signed with the Isle’s, a two year contract.
Since the acquisition of Langkow from the Flyers, the Coyotes signed the 25 year old for a two year deal worth 4.2$ million dollars.
The 24 year old Alyn McCauley re-signed with the Leafs for a one year contract.
The Chicago Blackhawks never seem to improve. This off-season many felt Roenick would return, or Brett Hull would come, or even maybe some kind of major trade would happen.
Apparently, talks are heating up again between the Flyers, Rangers and Lindros Camp over the Boy Wonder than is Eric Lindros. As reported by an anonymous (what else is there?) source, Bobby Clarke and Glen Sather have been talking over what the price would be for the disgruntled center.
Penguins signed Center Jan Hrdina for 2.25 million dollars over the next two seasons. Contract solved by arbitrator. Will he remain a Penguin or is he still a player to trade?
What is happening around the league? Will Brind’Amour stay and keep licking the candy Canes? Where could Allison possibly go? Holik displeased with the Devils. Which team will have the disease called Kaspiritis? What ever happened to Kenny Jonsson?
Titles of Articles:
1) “San Jose 22 Year Old Prospect Killed in an Automobile Accident”
2) “The Way The WEST Will Look”
3) “How Is Dallas Now?”
4)”Leafs After Brind’Amour?”
Authors: CrazyStarsFan10, jovosmillie, chandler(2)
With the Wings getting Hasek, Dallas getting Turgeon. and St. Louis getting Weight, the Western Conference has experienced some big changes.
It has just been reported that Martin Straka of the Pittsburgh Penguins has been awarded a 2 yr./$7.2 million contract from the arbitrator handling his case. This is a pretty good baragin for the Pens considering Bill Guerin got $5.1 million. Robert Lang had his arbitration hearing yesterday, and Alexei Kovalev will have his within the next couple of days.
The Americans are holding their orientation camp in Colorado Springs September 4-7. Today, USA Hockey has publicly released their list of 37 invitees. There will be 5 goaltenders, 9 forwards and 9 defencemen competing for the remaining openings on the roster. Previously, 10 forwards and four d-men were guaranteed jerseys leaving just 3 openings in each position available.