[NHL] Official Buyout & Signings Thread


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NEVER85
Go Bruins!

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Yeah, go Bruins. Make some noise in the Eastern Conference and then get owned by Montreal in the playoffs again. :rofl:

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Matrix XII

ah, the canucks will do fine, dont worry.

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berdusco
Yeah, go Bruins. Make some noise in the Eastern Conference and then get owned by Montreal in the playoffs again.  :rofl:

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i drink to that :D

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berdusco

Friday, August 26

ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS-Signed D Jordan Smith.

DETROIT RED WINGS-Re-signed D Niklas Kronwall to a two-year contract.

FLORIDA PANTHERS-Signed D Dan Focht.

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING-Signed D Jay Rosehill and G Morgan Cey to multiyear contracts.

WASHINGTON CAPITALS-Signed D Mike Green to a three-year contract.

Thursday, August 25

ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS-Signed RW Craig Adams to a one-year contract.

DETROIT RED WINGS-Signed G Jimmy Howard to a three-year contract.

FLORIDA PANTHERS-Announced an arbitrator granted G Roberto Luongo a one-year contract.

MONTREAL CANADIENS-Signed D Andrei Markov to a two-year contract.

NEW YORK RANGERS-Agreed to terms with D Martin Grenier and F Alexandre Giroux.

OTTAWA SENATORS-Signed defenceman Andrej Meszaros.

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING-Re-signed LW Dave Andreychuk to a two-year contract.

WASHINGTON CAPITALS-Signed forward Dave Steckel.

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Steffan

August 29th:

Detroit Red Wings: Re-signed D Niklas Kronwall to a 2-year contract

Edmonton Oilers: Agreed to terms with D Danny Syvert on a 3-year contract

Penguins: Re-signed D Dick Tarnstorm to a 1-year contract

Nashville Predators: Agreed with terms with LW Martin Erat

Columbus Blue Jackets: Signed RW Alexandre Picard and G Tomas Popperle to 3-year contracts

August 30:

Boston Bruins: Traded Forward Yan Stastny to Edmonton Oilers for a 4th round pick in 2006 draft

New York Islanders: Signed Robert Nilsson to a 3-year contract

September 2:

Atlanta Thrashers: Signed G Mike Dunham (no terms mention)

Pittsburgh Penguins: Signed D Lyle Odelein (terms were not disclosded)

Montreal Canadiens: Re-signed G Jose Theodore to a 3-year $16 million contract

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bayrider

thanks for the update Steffan. I think Theodore is getting too much though

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NEVER85
thanks for the update Steffan. I think Theodore is getting too much though

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We're still a decent amount under the cap. I'm fine with this deal.

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Fred Derf

All the players might be getting an additional 10% pay cut as player salaries are now expected to be above 54% of projected league revenues.

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bayrider

Fred, i read about that too... seems like players salaries are going above the 54% mark, thankfully the players cant go on strike again :)

i thought this was kind of outrageous...

DiPietro offered 15-year deal

TheFourthPeriod.com

  On Friday, the Islanders offered goalie Rick DiPietro a wowing 15-year, $67.5 million contract, according to New York Newsday.

However, the newspaper claims the offer never got past the negotiation stage because of astronomical insurance premiums, most of which would have to be borne by DiPietro. The NHL insures only up to five years on a contract; the rest is up to the player.

"Oh, man, it was an exciting offer," DiPietro told Newsday. "And it would have put me where I want to be for 15 years.

   

"We were ready to (accept it)," DiPietro said. "It's kind of disappointing we couldn't, but it felt good to know they - Charles [Wang] and Mike [Milbury] - were ready to make that kind of commitment."

The paper suggests a more conventional deal would have a term of three to five years

15 years??? woud that have been the longest contract in sports??

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Ayepecks

Man, you beat me to it!

Islanders = stoooopid.

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Fred Derf
i thought this was kind of outrageous...

15 years??? woud that have been the longest contract in sports??

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And the experts thought the CBA would encourage short term contracts. The owners seem to be gambling that NHL revenues will increase significantly in the future. Sounds rosy, if true. I don't think they'll get there with the OLN but what do I know, eh?

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R-Flex

He could have had a bright future in the NHL, but he got as greedy as Pavel Bure. Oh well, the NHL doesn't need another diving Russian.

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Ayepecks

Agreed. I love Pavel as a player, but sorry pal, you aren't worth anything more than $3.5 million, TOPS.

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bayrider

Pavel is a GREAT player, he could be the best IMO if he wants too... too bad he's not about the game and prone to injury. The guy scored 50+ goals his first 2 full seasons in Florida. Actually, if u look at his stats, every season where he played 70+ games he scored 51 goals or more

Detroit signed Zetterberg for 4yr 10.2m and DiPietro re-signs with the Islanders for 1 year 2.5m... 14yrs and $60m short of his previous offer lol

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Ayepecks

You're thinking of a different Pavel :)

GO ZETS! Way to be a team player!

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bayrider

LOL i dunno how i thought of Bure instead of Datsyk

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R-Flex

With MacInnis and Stevens retired, it also looks like the end for Mark Messier's long, LONG career. I can't believe how well he did even at such an age.

Czerkawski also was signed by Toronto.

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bayrider

The signing i was waiting all 'off-season' for. Ryder re-signs 1yr $1m with Montreal. Hopefuly he continues his excellent play and Gainey signs him to a long term deal.

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