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  2. Now trade JVR for him. Laine signs qualifying offer, 1 yr $7.5 million
  3. I had mentioned some time back that Pius Suter would make a very good middle six option for someone.....never thought it COULD be the Wild. I'd be very happy if it were! Small NHL sample size of course, but he has shown he can be streaky (I will live with that to be the beneficiary of his 'good streaks') and is quite the 'pick pocket' as well. May thrive better in Minnesota's more structured two way systems as opposed to Chicago's more wide open freestyle play.
  4. I'm seeing a lot of fawning from the Flyers over their 10 year player Voracek. What's your favorite Voracek memory as a Flyer? I honest to God don't know that I have one. By all accounts he's a good guy. I just don't immediately recall the defining thing that he did. Anyone?
  5. Today
  6. Fletcher does suck. The fact he moved Gostisbehere, a 1st, 2 2nd round picks for 'cap space' but acquired and infinitely worse defenseman says all what needs to be said. Fletcher is creating the same mess Holmgren created that Hextall had to come in and clean up. Look at the mess he left in Minnesota that Guerin is having to clean up. It's a pattern with Fletcher.
  7. Report: Fleury has no desire to play for Blackhawks after being blindsided by Golden Knights Justin Cuthbert Tue, July 27, 2021, 12:20 PM Marc-Andre Fleury has reportedly been traded to Chicago. (Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) Twist the dagger. The Vegas Golden Knights have traded face of the franchise and reigning Vezina Trophy winner, Marc-Andre Fleury, to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for prospect Mikael H
  8. Yesterday
  9. Plenty of questions for Laine, Blue Jackets, despite one-year deal By James O'BrienJul 27, 2021, 5:57 PM EDT Getty Images When Patrik Laine signed a two-year deal with the Jets in September 2019, it felt like a “prove it” contract. All it really proved is that Laine’s future wasn’t with Winnipeg. By reportedly accepting a qualifying offer with the Blue Jackets, Patrik Laine gets another chance to prove himself. The hockey world really only gets a small glimpse of an “answer” about his larger future, though.
  10. Bruins, D Reilly agree to three-year extension The Boston Bruins are signing defenceman Mike Reilly to a three-year, $9 million contract extension according to TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun. The Boston Bruins are signing defenceman Mike Reilly to a three-year, $9 million contract extension according to TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun. The deal carries an annual cap hit of $3 million. Reilly split the 2020-21 season between the Ottawa
  11. If you have a subscription to The Athletic, Scott Burnside’s article where he shadowed BG for the four days leading up to and including the draft is a great read. Some real insight into what goes on behind the scenes. I found the talk about Eichol interesting. I’m sure BG wants him, but I also feel very confident after reading that the plan is to build a successful franchise for the long haul with a good foundation.
  12. Forwards RW - Mitchell Chaffee RW - Nick Swaney C - Damien Giroux C - Joey Cramarossa RW - Ivan Lodnia C - Connor Dewar C - Kyle Rau Defense: D - Fedor Gordeev D - Riese Zmolek D - Dakota Mermis Goaltenders: Andrew Hammond Dereck Baribeau Hunter Jones
  13. Right, he got to LA and people knew who he was. No argument. Hockey fans and "real" sports fans knew (depending upon one's definition of "real" sports fans. Is that fans of sports with standings not put together by a winning-percentage deficient inebriated twit?) But the fact remains that a large swath of the US could have picked Michael Jordan out of a crowd. Magic Johnson. Pete Rose, etc. etc. etc. I bet in the middle of Iowa or Kansas or wherever, Gretzky could have chowed down on a hot dog in the middle of a Circle K and no one would have thought he was anyone but Un
  14. yzerman said with a straight face to that question to ask the Canes GM lol the only thing that I get is the money the Canes figure they can land mrazek for that and would rather have him for that money. mrazek drank himself out of Detroit and damn near out of the game but since straightening his life is the goalie that he looked like early in his career again. i love nedeljkovic and think he is an upgrade but a tandem of mrazek and bernier is not horrible. love it for the wingwwe have no goalie in the system who will ever see an nhl game big Ned is a great bridge at the least until Coss
  15. Flames’ first rounder Coronato looking to emulate Calgary native Point The Flames selected right-winger Matthew Coronato No. 13 overall in Friday’s NHL entry draft because of his strong work ethic, ability to play a 200-foot game and goal-scoring prowess. Salim Valji has more from Calgary. By Salim Valji The Jolly Rancher has himself a bison. With their first-round pick in the 2021 NHL entry draft on Friday evening, the Calgary Flames selected Harvard-bound, Chicago Steel (USHL) star Matthew Coronato, who was nicknamed
  16. Pavel Buchnevich signed a four-year, $23.2 million contract with the St. Louis Blues. Buchnevich would have become a restricted free agent on Wednesday. He scored 20 goals and 48 points in 54 contests last season with the Rangers. The Blues acquired his negotiating rights from New York back on Friday in exchange for Sammy Blais and a second-round pick in the 2022 NHL Draft.
  17. Alex Ovechkin signs 5-year, $47.5M extension with Capitals By Sean LeahyJul 27, 2021, 1:30 PM EDT Patrick McDermott/NHLI via Getty Images Alex Ovechkin will return to the Capitals after signing a five-year, $47.5 million extension on Tuesday The contract will expire following the 2025-26 season, two months shy of Ovechkin’s 40th birthday. Per Cap Friendly, the NHL Memo of Understanding states that because the deal is not flat or back-loaded and there
  18. WOOOO HOOOO!!!! The Cup is ours!!!!!! Flyers will sign veteran Taylor Fedun tomorrow to play for Lehigh Valley and serve as a depth option for NHL in-case of injuries. He spent most of last season on the Dallas Stars' taxi squad. He'd take over the Nate Prosser vet RH depth role.
  19. The Winnipeg Jets have acquired Brenden Dillon from the Washington Capitals in exchange for second-round picks in both the 2022 and 2023 drafts. Dillon had two goals and 19 points in 56 contests while averaging 18:57 minutes. While he's a solid physical defenseman, the Capitals needed the cap space and trading Dillon cleared up $3.9 million for each of the next three seasons
  20. Over-rated bum. Can't wait until management sees the light and realizes the guy is a minor leaguer at best. Joey Mormina 2.0.
  21. G needs to watch this for some motivation. Sure do miss the old days!!!! This was remarkable!!
  22. This guy's videos are pretty amusing, here's his overview of the Seattle draft
  23. Last week
  24. I want to see Francis come in with a bang so he should wake the NHL up and bust out an offer sheet for Elias Pettersson. C'mon man do it don't be scared give one of your closest rivials the finger!!! DO IT!!!!
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