I PM'd the organizer last night to let him know I was gonna be away for the next few days and I'd have to forfit my team (the sens). I guess if anyone is interested in taking over just let him know.
Patrick Marleau (6.3 mil) - Joe Thornton (7.2 mil) - Devin Setoguchi (1.25 mil)
Milan Michelak (4.3 mil) - Joe Pavelski (1.6 mil) - Ryane Clowe (1.6 mil)
Mike Grier (1.775 mil) - Tomas Plihal (.5 mil) - Jonathan Cheechoo (3 mil)
Jody Shelley (.725 mil) - Jeremy Roenick (1.1 mil) - Claude Lemeiux (.5 mil)
Dan Boyle (6.6 mil) - Brad Lukowich (1.5 mil)
Doug Murray (.550 mil) - Christian Ehrhoff (3.1 mil)
Rob Blake (5 mil) - Marc-Edouard Vlasic (1.1 mil)
Evgeni Nabokov (5.375 mil)
Brian Boucher (.650 mil)
Cap Space 24,166 Top prospects
Logan Couture, C
Nick Petrecki, D
Jamie McGinn, LW
Tyson Sexsmith, G
Thomas Greiss, G
Steven Zalewski, C
Derek Joslin, D
Lukas Kaspar, LW
Taylor Dakers, G
Alex Stalock, G
Bolded players are not available.
Taking offers for anyone but Nabokov, Thornton, Marleau and Boyle.
Looking for experienced forwards, reserve defensemen.
Sharks has already been taken by glascow or something similar to that. Check previous pages. Once the organizer gets back things will be cleared up.
OC Register - Saturday, February 28th 2oo9 Ducks close to trading Pronger?
Anaheim - Sources are telling the Orange County Register the Ducks are close to moving all-star defenseman Chris Pronger in a deal that would send him to an Eastern Conference team, believed to be a strong contender for the Cup. General Manager Vipers31 would not go into detail, but admitted the Ducks had "received numerous offers", with some of them including what they considered to be "fair value" for the 6-6 blueliner.
Sources also indicate the Ducks wouldn't necessarily drag this out until the deadline once they feel they have the right offer in front of them. The Ducks play the Dallas Stars this evening. Chris Pronger was not available for the media after the morning skate before the game with the Ducks' divisional rivals.
The Ducks are also close to extending defensemen Kent Huskins and Steve Montador. Huskins, 29, has missed big parts of the season due to injury. He made $625,000 this season and will reportedly sign a two-year deal that will pay him $700,000 per season. Montador, a free-agent signing in last summer, has received an offer that would keep him with the Ducks for three more years and pay him an annual salary of $920,000, a raise from the $800,000 he earned this year.