Post Tagged with: "Restricted Free Agency"

Brayden Schenn is widely considered a Flyers untouchable (theseoduke/Flickr)

Do The Flyers Consider Brayden Schenn Expendable?

Flyers GM Paul Holmgren has proven he’s not afraid to make unpopular decisions. Trading the cornerstones of the franchise in Mike Richards and Jeff Carter is all the proof you […]

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Insanity in Nashville, Predators Wasting Shea Weber

The insanity in Nashville has left Shea Weber a very wealthy man. But despite being the game’s highest paid player, Weber failed to get what former teammate Ryan Suter got […]

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How Much Money Is PK Subban Worth?

As soon as the new CBA is ratified by both the NHL owners and the players, teams will finally be allowed to start making roster moves such as signing free […]

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8 Major Unsigned Restricted Free Agents

It’s hard to think that nearly two months and a half after the free-agent market opened on July 1st, 2012 that there is still a plethora of quality unrestricted free […]

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Will the Real David Krejci Please Stand Up?

With just one year remaining on the three-year, $11.25 million contract he signed following his breakout 2008-09 season, Boston Bruins’ center David Krejci is at a crossroads in his career. […]

by · August 24, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Boston Bruins
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2011-12 NHL RFA Compensation and Rules

The start of NHL free agency on Friday was shaping up to be an interesting time, but best of luck to any GM looking to overhaul his roster on July […]

by · June 30, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Atlanta Thrashers, Free Agents, Los Angeles Kings, Tampa Bay Lightning
Michael Ryder needs to have a good game for the Bruins. (dan4th/flickr)

Bruins’ Free Agents: Who Will Re-Sign?

As the Boston Bruins franchise revels in its first Stanley Cup victory in nearly forty years, it’s time to look ahead to the offseason decisions the organization faces: First up, […]

by · June 18, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Boston Bruins, Free Agents
An Avalanche of Free Agency

An Avalanche of Free Agency

With the signing deadline rapidly approaching teams throughout the league have begun locking up their players for the upcoming year. Any team who does not sign their players by July […]

by · June 13, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Colorado Avalanche
For years Sabres fans have been cursed with owners who cared only for the bottom-line. This year, Sabres' fans will sit back and watch as the makings of a Stanley Cup Champion begins in Buffalo. (C. Miller)

2011 Buffalo Sabres Off-Season Guide for Intelligent Fans

The next four months will almost certainly be an eventful time in Western New York, and it’s not because Taylor Swift will be in town (although that might be a factor […]

by · June 4, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Buffalo Sabres
Drew Stafford put up big numbers for the Sabres in 2010/11 and received a big pay raise Friday. (BridgetDS/Flickr)

Sabres Re-Sign Top RFA Stafford

The Buffalo Sabres off-season is officially underway after the team announced Friday night they have re-signed RFA Drew Stafford to a new, 4-year $16M deal. The former first-round pick (13th overall) in […]

by · June 3, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Buffalo Sabres
The Clock Has Run Out for Some Sabres in Blue and Gold

The Clock Has Run Out for Some Sabres in Blue and Gold

With the Western Conference Semi-Finals now in the books, the NHL’s final four is set in stone. And while the remaining 26 franchises who weren’t as fortunate as their counterparts witness the conclusion of the postseason […]

by · May 13, 2011 · 2 comments · Buffalo Sabres
The Legend Of Thor Grows: 2010 Olympic Teams Set

The Legend Of Thor Grows: 2010 Olympic Teams Set

It’s a rare thing to see a young undrafted player with only 106 (130 counting playoffs) NHL games under his belt over the course of two seasons become a legend. In fact those looking at his stat line or his brief NHL stint would hardly call a kid like PatrickThoresen a legend. After all he only accounted for 3 goals. That’s not exactly important in the eyes of millions of fans watching some players score 40 a season without breaking a sweat. Still there are two areas of the world that believe in the Legend of Thor. One is the great city of Philadelphia and as of February 8th, 2009 the other is the entire country of Norway, the country Thoresen calls home.