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08-26-2010, 04:04 PM
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When did Drury and Tanguay re-sign with Avs?

Read before you answer: I'm looking for date, not year. Year is ok to include, but totally secondary, I'm looking for the specific date.

So when did Chris Drury and Alex Tanguay re-sign with Avs?

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Tanguay: 9/09/2002 Re-signed by the Colorado Avalanche to a one-year contract.

http://www.forecaster.ca/thestar/hoc...showAllMoves=1

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08-26-2010, 04:22 PM
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Tanguay: 9/09/2002 Re-signed by the Colorado Avalanche to a one-year contract.

http://www.forecaster.ca/thestar/hoc...showAllMoves=1
That's a very good answer, not perfect (since there's more than a combined total of one), but exactly what I'm looking for anyway. Thanks!

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Chris Drury
September 2nd 1998
| Colorado Avalanche sign C Chris Drury (2 years)
September 16th 2000
| Colorado Avalanche re-sign C Chris Drury (3 years)

Alex Tanguay
April 7th 1999
| Colorado Avalanche sign LW Alex Tanguay (3 years)
September 9th 2002
| Colorado Avalanche re-sign LW Alex Tanguay (1 year)
September 6th 2003
| Colorado Avalanche re-sign LW Alex Tanguay (1 or 2 years?)
August 4th 2005
| Colorado Avalanche re-sign LW Alex Tanguay (1 year)

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so, are you trying to make a point about something, or are you just trying to find out?

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so, are you trying to make a point about something, or are you just trying to find out?
I'm not sure what he's looking for, but those September signing dates should quiet the people who are certain the Avs are not going to sign Mueller and MBP. Of course, those people won't be satisfied AFTER the signings either, but that the nature of the situation.

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08-26-2010, 06:21 PM
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I'm not sure what he's looking for, but those September signing dates should quiet the people who are certain the Avs are not going to sign Mueller and MBP. Of course, those people won't be satisfied AFTER the signings either, but that the nature of the situation.
thats actually what I was thinking as well. But didnt see the need for a new thread when the question/ facts could have just been posted in the Stewie/Muller thread.

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I'm not sure what he's looking for, but those September signing dates should quiet the people who are certain the Avs are not going to sign Mueller and MBP. Of course, those people won't be satisfied AFTER the signings either, but that the nature of the situation.
Yea, but it's no coincidence both those players were traded. You know what that means for Stew and Mueller.

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so, are you trying to make a point about something, or are you just trying to find out?
Just trying to see if Avs have done late off-season signings before and I thought Tanguay/Drury were signed late. Turns out I was right. Thanks JayzinSmith!

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Chris Drury
September 2nd 1998
| Colorado Avalanche sign C Chris Drury (2 years)
September 16th 2000
| Colorado Avalanche re-sign C Chris Drury (3 years)

Alex Tanguay
April 7th 1999
| Colorado Avalanche sign LW Alex Tanguay (3 years)
September 9th 2002
| Colorado Avalanche re-sign LW Alex Tanguay (1 year)
September 6th 2003
| Colorado Avalanche re-sign LW Alex Tanguay (1 or 2 years?)
August 4th 2005
| Colorado Avalanche re-sign LW Alex Tanguay (1 year)

2003 was a one year deal signed just a week before camp.
Almost all avs transactions are here.
http://www.avalanchedb.com/transactions/06.htm

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08-28-2010, 09:51 PM
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I'm too young to remember but why did we let guys like Kamensky and Tanguay and Drury and Reinprecht go back in the no-salary cap era unless they wanted huge contracts.

I remember hearing the day Tanguay got traded from a friend. We traded Tanguay for friggin Leopold and a couple picks.

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I'm too young to remember but why did we let guys like Kamensky and Tanguay and Drury and Reinprecht go back in the no-salary cap era unless they wanted huge contracts.

I remember hearing the day Tanguay got traded from a friend. We traded Tanguay for friggin Leopold and a couple picks.
I think Tanguay was traded after the lockout, so he was probably a salary cap casualty. I've heard that Drury was traded by Lacroix because of some conflict. Not sure about the others, though Kamensky's career was in pretty steep decline when he left.

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I'm too young to remember but why did we let guys like Kamensky and Tanguay and Drury and Reinprecht go back in the no-salary cap era unless they wanted huge contracts.

I remember hearing the day Tanguay got traded from a friend. We traded Tanguay for friggin Leopold and a couple picks.
Reinprecht was traded for Keith Ballard right after the Kariya/Selanne signings. It's just too bad that Ballard was traded for Chris Gratton and Ossi Vaananen.

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I'm too young to remember but why did we let guys like Kamensky and Tanguay and Drury and Reinprecht go back in the no-salary cap era unless they wanted huge contracts.

I remember hearing the day Tanguay got traded from a friend. We traded Tanguay for friggin Leopold and a couple picks.
Some argue that the Tanger and Drury trades were because they chose to hold out.
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Reinprecht was traded for Keith Ballard right after the Kariya/Selanne signings. It's just too bad that Ballard was traded for Chris Gratton and Ossi Vaananen.
Hey...that also netted us a second rounder. That second rounder netted a certain Paul Stastny.

I was more upset over losing Yeller in the Drury trade to be honest, I might be the only one.

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I remember hearing the day Tanguay got traded from a friend. We traded Tanguay for friggin Leopold and a couple picks.
Leopold was a promising young defenseman at the time of the trade, who had been an important piece of a Cup-run Flames team just two seasons in the past. Tanguay had had yet another disappointing playoffs plagued by his usual problems -- soft play, dangling the puck straight into an opponent's skates and losing it, and approaching the offensive zone blue-line like some sort of horizontal asymptote*.

Admittedly, I thought the value was bad at the time of the trade, but once I cooled down, I got excited. This was before we knew that Calgary was trading us injured goods, of course. I still think Leo's play here was pretty damned good. Sometimes inconsistent, but who knows how much of that we can attribute to his injury woes -- regardless, he was a solid player in all zones.

*math nerd humor way of saying he'd approach the blue line carrying the puck but never cross it, making his teammates go offsides far, far too often.

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Tanguay also was an extra piece at a position Colorado had excellent depth at. Management knew how well Bruno meshed with Sakic, plus Wolski, who at the time was tearing up the OHL, would make the jump the next season, while Konowalchuk (heart murmur yet undiagnosed) and Laaksonen made for very good bottom six LW options

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