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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by Meds » Mon Aug 27, 2012 10:27 pm

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You spelled retarded wrong...
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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by Per » Wed Sep 05, 2012 1:22 am

apparently the Avalanche just gave Landeskog the C, which makes him the youngest player ever to captain an NHL team (beat Crosby by 11 days... :lol: ).
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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by Lancer » Wed Sep 05, 2012 8:05 am

Hey Per, any idea how the young Dane is doing with AIK? He should have played a couple of exhibition games by now. Any word in the local press about Jensen?
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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by Per » Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:48 pm

Lancer wrote:Hey Per, any idea how the young Dane is doing with AIK? He should have played a couple of exhibition games by now. Any word in the local press about Jensen?
Well, I don't live in Stockholm, so the local press here doesn't say much about the pre-season games AIK have played. His transfer wasn't cleared till Aug 28th, but he has played in three games since but not gotten on the score board yet. Really don't have anything to report thus far. Probably will hear more once the season starts.
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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by Fred » Thu Sep 06, 2012 7:14 am

Panthers Prospects from Hockey Future

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/articles/7 ... me-of-age/

including Bjugstad
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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by Lancer » Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:45 am

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Lancer wrote:Hey Per, any idea how the young Dane is doing with AIK? He should have played a couple of exhibition games by now. Any word in the local press about Jensen?
Well, I don't live in Stockholm, so the local press here doesn't say much about the pre-season games AIK have played. His transfer wasn't cleared till Aug 28th, but he has played in three games since but not gotten on the score board yet. Really don't have anything to report thus far. Probably will hear more once the season starts.
Appreciated Per. Guess I shoulda said "Swedish" vice "local". I take it the pre-season doesn't garner as much attention there as the NHL pre-season does here?
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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by Per » Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:53 am

Lancer wrote:
Per wrote:
Lancer wrote:Hey Per, any idea how the young Dane is doing with AIK? He should have played a couple of exhibition games by now. Any word in the local press about Jensen?
Well, I don't live in Stockholm, so the local press here doesn't say much about the pre-season games AIK have played. His transfer wasn't cleared till Aug 28th, but he has played in three games since but not gotten on the score board yet. Really don't have anything to report thus far. Probably will hear more once the season starts.
Appreciated Per. Guess I shoulda said "Swedish" vice "local". I take it the pre-season doesn't garner as much attention there as the NHL pre-season does here?
It does locally. The paper here in Gävle writes about as much about Brynäs's pre-season games as it does about the regular season, paying extra attention to new additions to the team, of course. But whereas during he season they will also briefly mention out of town scores, during the pre-season they more or less ignore all other teams. As for the national media, they're still mainly preoccupied with football (aka soccer) and will only start turning their attention to hockey when the season starts.
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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by SKYO » Tue Sep 11, 2012 2:47 pm

"The Bruins continued their pre-lockout signing strategy Tuesday, agreeing with forward Tyler Seguin on a six-year, $34-million contract extension."

"Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today, September 11, that the club has signed forward Tyler Seguin to a six-year contract extension through the 2018-19 season. Seguin’s contract is worth an average of $5.75 million annually over the six years of his deal."

"On Friday, the Bruins locked up forward Brad Marchand to a new, four-year deal. The feisty Marchand, 24, a key cog in the Bruins’ run to the 2011 Cup, will make $4.5-million per season, starting in 2013-14."


OK MG/Gilman your turn to sign Burrows and Edler prior to lockout or new CBA restricted rules.
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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by Jovocop » Wed Sep 12, 2012 10:32 am

Seriously, is Booth's price tag really high?? :roll:

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=405093
CAPITALS SIGN BROUWER TO THREE-YEAR, $11M EXTENSION

The Washington Capitals signed forward Troy Brouwer to a three-year, $11 million contract extension on Wednesday. Brouwer will earn $3.6 million in 2013-14, $3.65 million in 2014-15 and $3.75 million in 2015-16.

"We are pleased to sign Troy Brouwer to a contract extension," said said Capitals general manager George McPhee. "Troy is a physical and versatile power forward who can play both wings and who has averaged close to 20 goals in the past three seasons. He is a Stanley Cup winner and a great leader. We are thrilled that he will continue his career in Washington for many years to come."

Brouwer scored 18 goals and added 15 assists for 33 points and 61 penalty minutes in 82 games with the Capitals last season. He finished the season ranked ninth in the NHL in hits (247) and fourth on the team in goals. His 60 blocked shots ranked second among Capitals forwards and he was one of six Capitals players to appear in all 82 games.

The 27-year-old forward helped the Chicago Blackhawks win the 2010 Stanley Cup while tallying a career-high eight points in 19 playoff contests.

Brouwer was originally drafted by Chicago in the seventh round (214th overall) of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.

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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by SKYO » Wed Sep 12, 2012 12:23 pm

wow that much for Troy fuckin Brouwer!?? lol

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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by SKYO » Thu Sep 13, 2012 10:19 am

MG warming up!

Vancouver Canucks sign defenceman Evan McEneny
http://canucks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=641290

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Evan McEneny (D, 6'2", 205)

-lefthand shot, had high hopes of being drafted in 2012 but tore his ACL to start the season, expects to go back in the draft next year, was still ranked #211 by Central Scouting (mid-term) even after his injury,

McEneny already has good size and bulk on his frame. He’s a naturally gifted offensive defenseman. He can make a very good first pass or skate out of danger and very adept at joining the rush. He has a good hockey IQ and plays both sides of the puck. He effectively uses his size in the physical department.

Evan has great natural offensive instincts. He is a strong young man that we feel will have an impact on our defensive corps for years to come.
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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by Island Nucklehead » Thu Sep 13, 2012 10:51 am

SKYO wrote:MG warming up!

Vancouver Canucks sign defenceman Evan McEneny
http://canucks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=641290

from hf:
Evan McEneny (D, 6'2", 205)

-lefthand shot, had high hopes of being drafted in 2012 but tore his ACL to start the season, expects to go back in the draft next year, was still ranked #211 by Central Scouting (mid-term) even after his injury,

McEneny already has good size and bulk on his frame. He’s a naturally gifted offensive defenseman. He can make a very good first pass or skate out of danger and very adept at joining the rush. He has a good hockey IQ and plays both sides of the puck. He effectively uses his size in the physical department.

Evan has great natural offensive instincts. He is a strong young man that we feel will have an impact on our defensive corps for years to come.
6 assists in 46 career OHL games. Talk about taking a flyer or wasting a contract (depending on how you look at it).

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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by Jovocop » Thu Sep 13, 2012 11:18 am

Island Nucklehead wrote:
SKYO wrote:MG warming up!

Vancouver Canucks sign defenceman Evan McEneny
http://canucks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=641290

from hf:
Evan McEneny (D, 6'2", 205)

-lefthand shot, had high hopes of being drafted in 2012 but tore his ACL to start the season, expects to go back in the draft next year, was still ranked #211 by Central Scouting (mid-term) even after his injury,

McEneny already has good size and bulk on his frame. He’s a naturally gifted offensive defenseman. He can make a very good first pass or skate out of danger and very adept at joining the rush. He has a good hockey IQ and plays both sides of the puck. He effectively uses his size in the physical department.

Evan has great natural offensive instincts. He is a strong young man that we feel will have an impact on our defensive corps for years to come.
6 assists in 46 career OHL games. Talk about taking a flyer or wasting a contract (depending on how you look at it).
McEneny did not do well in the first OHL season. However, he managed 2 assists +3 in 2 games played in 2011/12 season before his injury. I would not say it is a waste at this point.

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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by Fred » Sun Sep 16, 2012 7:17 am

Evander Kane sign with Winnipeg 6 years $31.5
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Re: Offseason Wheelings and Dealings

Post by RoyalDude » Sun Sep 16, 2012 7:37 am

Fred wrote:Evander Kane sign with Winnipeg 6 years $31.5
Bummer. HW's inside scoop got me all hopeful for us making a move on Kane.
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