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07-11-2006, 06:35 AM
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Alexandre Giroux and Chad Wiseman have not signed anywhere.They must be holding out for NHL contracts.Don't know how much longer they will go unsigned because the European teams will not wait until September to fill out their rosters.Brad Smyth has accepted a deal to play in Hamburg,Germany but had an out clause if he found a NHL deal by July 15.Giroux has an offer to play in Europe-it was disclosed after Hartford's season ended but he wanted to remain in the AHL preferably on a NHL contract

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Wolf Pack players under contract with team or Rangers:

Forwards: Zdenek Bahensky, Dane Byers, Ryan Callahan, Nigel Dawes, Hugh Jessiman, Lauri Korpikoski, Rick Kozak, Lee Falardeau, Jarkko Immonen, Brandon Dubinsky, Bruce Graham, Dwight Helminen, Greg Moore, Craig Weller

Defensemen: Ivan Baranka, Marvin Degon, Daniel Girardi, Bryce Lampman, Dave Liffiton, Hannu Pikkarainen, Martin Richter, Thomas Pock, Jake Taylor

Goalies: Chris Holt, Al Montoya, Steve Valiquette, Miika Wiikman
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Wolf Pack players under contract with team or Rangers:

Forwards: Zdenek Bahensky, Dane Byers, Ryan Callahan, Nigel Dawes, Hugh Jessiman, Lauri Korpikoski, Rick Kozak, Lee Falardeau, Jarkko Immonen, Brandon Dubinsky, Bruce Graham, Dwight Helminen, Greg Moore, Craig Weller

Defensemen: Ivan Baranka, Marvin Degon, Daniel Girardi, Bryce Lampman, Dave Liffiton, Hannu Pikkarainen, Martin Richter, Thomas Pock, Jake Taylor

Goalies: Chris Holt, Al Montoya, Steve Valiquette, Miika Wiikman


http://www.courant.com/sports/hockey...adlines-hockey
It's funny just looking at that roster and seeing how many quality prospects we have in the organization and playing in Hartford than say 4-5 years ago. We used to have a handful of prospects in Hartford and then the rest of the team was comprised of AHL veterans and all-stars. Sather made it his goal when he came aboard to replenish the organization and build a farm team that can feed the big club, and it seems like he's done just that. We've come a long way.

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It's funny just looking at that roster and seeing how many quality prospects we have in the organization and playing in Hartford than say 4-5 years ago. We used to have a handful of prospects in Hartford and then the rest of the team was comprised of AHL veterans and all-stars. Sather made it his goal when he came aboard to replenish the organization and build a farm team that can feed the big club, and it seems like he's done just that. We've come a long way.
Eric Hunter.Then you have the college seniors with the deadline approaching on August 15.Joey Crabb.Corey Potter.Nate Guenin.

Next summer,the 2005 draft picks need to be signed.Michael Sauer.MA Cliche.Tom Pyatt.Brodie Dupont.Dayln Flatt.Trevor Konerko.Ryan Russell.

The 2003 European draft picks need to be signed or they become UFA's-Phillipe Furrer,Jan Marek and Ivan Dornic

College seniors-August 2007-Dylan Reese,Darin Olver and Kenny Roche

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07-15-2006, 06:07 AM
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Jed Ortmeyer signed his one year QO of $551,760

http://www.nhlpa.com/WebStats/Player...p?OIDTeam=9495

Today at 5pm is the deadline for accepting the one year QO or it automatically expires with the team retaining the rights to the play but they can offer a lower salary like the $450,000 NHL minimum

2005-06 salary-$501,600+10%=$551,760

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Players earning $660,000 or less will be entitled to qualifying offers (QO) at 110% of their prior year's salary


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07-18-2006, 01:02 PM
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Found this in the CBA under the reserve list-page 8

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Not more than 50 players signed to a SPC and not less than 24 players and 3 goalkeepers under a SPC.Age 18 and 19 players who were returned to Juniors and who have not played 11 NHL games in one season,shall be exempt from inclusion in the 50 player limit
Marc Staal did not count against the 50 player limit and won't count in 06-07 if he is returned to Sudbury and doesn't play 11 NHL games

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07-18-2006, 02:07 PM
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Alexandre Giroux and Chad Wiseman have not signed anywhere.They must be holding out for NHL contracts.Don't know how much longer they will go unsigned because the European teams will not wait until September to fill out their rosters.Brad Smyth has accepted a deal to play in Hamburg,Germany but had an out clause if he found a NHL deal by July 15.Giroux has an offer to play in Europe-it was disclosed after Hartford's season ended but he wanted to remain in the AHL preferably on a NHL contract
Giroux signed with the Caps.
Wiseman signed an AHL deal with the Hershey Bears.

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07-18-2006, 03:16 PM
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Giroux signed with the Caps.
Wiseman signed an AHL deal with the Hershey Bears.
Please check the date and time of that date.At the time,there was no news on them

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Martin Sonnenberg signed to play in Finland

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Posted 18/7/2006: Martin Sonnenberg (F)
From Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL) to KalPa Kuopio
Added By: Davide Tuniz, Status: Confirmed
http://www.eurohockey.net/transfers/...stname=&days=2

He played on an AHL contract last season

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Adam Hall's salary arbitration hearing was scheduled for August 2.The Rangers and Hall agreed to terms on 7/21 but the Rangers haven't announced it yet


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Rangers contracts-47 contracts including Marc Staal

Goaltenders(5)
Henrik Lundqvist
Kevin Weekes
Al Montoya
Chris Holt
Steve Valiquette

Defensemen(16 w/Staal)
Darius Kasparaitis
Fedor Tyutin(group II)
Sandis Ozolinsh
Marek Malik
Karel Rachunek
Michal Rozsival(group II)
Aaron Ward
Martin Richter
Bryce Lampman
Thomas Pock(group II)
Ivan Baranka
Jake Taylor
David Liffiton
Daniel Girardi
Hannu Pikkarainen
Marc Staal(Age 18 and 19 players who were returned to juniors,and who have not played 11 NHL games in one season,shall be exempt from inclusion in the 50 player limit)

Marvin Degon(AHL)

Forwards(26)
Jaromir Jagr
Michael Nylander
Martin Straka
Jed Ortmeyer
Blair Betts
Adam Hall
Marcel Hossa(group II)
Petr Prucha
Jason Ward
Ryan Hollweg
Colton Orr
Hugh Jessiman
Nigel Dawes
Rick Kozak
Dwight Helminen
Lee Falardeau
Jarkko Immonen
Bruce Graham
Craig Weller
Lauri Korpikoski
Greg Moore
Brandon Dubinsky
Dane Byers
Ryan Callahan
Brendan Shanahan
Matt Cullen

Zdenek Bahensky(AHL)


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07-29-2006, 06:41 AM
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It's funny just looking at that roster and seeing how many quality prospects we have in the organization and playing in Hartford than say 4-5 years ago. We used to have a handful of prospects in Hartford and then the rest of the team was comprised of AHL veterans and all-stars. Sather made it his goal when he came aboard to replenish the organization and build a farm team that can feed the big club, and it seems like he's done just that. We've come a long way.
What's even more funny is that they are all not 3rd & 4th liners as some had said that was all we had. Like I've said, you have to have them first to develop them. Slats & company get a big round of for doing an excellent job when many fans didn't have a clue as to what was going on away from the bright lights of broadway. With Maloney, Renney, Clark & Murray and our 2 european scouts I think our future is very bright. Once again our draft was rated high this year. That is 3 straight years we've had a bang up draft.

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I think most fans...

have been pretty keen on following what's gone on away from Broadway. It is nice to see more potential NHLers in the mix than career AHLers, which seemed to fill the lineups in the late 1990s early 2000s. Let's hope some of these guys develop into NHLers.

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The future looks brighter than it has in the last few years, and hopefully management can keep some good prospects coming up through the farm.

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One thing I've noticed a lot about Rangers fans is that they're generally pretty optimistic about the future, and generally have pretty high expectations for the prospects in the system. While I recognize that the Rangers have more prospect depth than they've had for some time, I do think that we're still yet to see whether they have been able to turn the corner.

What is particularly still at question is whether the Rangers have much in the way of top end talent, particularly on the forward front, but also perhaps on defense. The Rangers have a couple of players that have been promising, but only really Montoya and Staal could be called studs.

Most of the pool projects to either miss out/brief encounters with the NHL, or to be in the role-playing type slots on the team.

Prucha and Lundqvist were of course great successes and they certainly should be praised for that, but they developed entirely in Europe.

Also of concern is the terrible lack of success the Rangers have had with #1 picks, statistically the best position of all to select at...and typically the round where you get your top end players from.

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One thing I've noticed a lot about Rangers fans is that they're generally pretty optimistic about the future, and generally have pretty high expectations for the prospects in the system. While I recognize that the Rangers have more prospect depth than they've had for some time, I do think that we're still yet to see whether they have been able to turn the corner.

What is particularly still at question is whether the Rangers have much in the way of top end talent, particularly on the forward front, but also perhaps on defense. The Rangers have a couple of players that have been promising, but only really Montoya and Staal could be called studs.

Most of the pool projects to either miss out/brief encounters with the NHL, or to be in the role-playing type slots on the team.

Prucha and Lundqvist were of course great successes and they certainly should be praised for that, but they developed entirely in Europe.

Also of concern is the terrible lack of success the Rangers have had with #1 picks, statistically the best position of all to select at...and typically the round where you get your top end players from.
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That better not be true! Or you could try and kick Fletch's dog--if I remember correctly he has a Rottie. I just got a pointer/pitbull mix to replace my last one--she's sweet, but would probably take a chunk out of you if you tried.

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All of the cap #'s have been updated

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The New York Rangers have agreed to terms with forward Marcel Hossa on Monday on a $600,000 US, one-year deal
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Alexandre Giroux and Chad Wiseman have not signed anywhere.They must be holding out for NHL contracts.Don't know how much longer they will go unsigned because the European teams will not wait until September to fill out their rosters.Brad Smyth has accepted a deal to play in Hamburg,Germany but had an out clause if he found a NHL deal by July 15.Giroux has an offer to play in Europe-it was disclosed after Hartford's season ended but he wanted to remain in the AHL preferably on a NHL contract
Just a note, ın some European countrys -- lıke Sweden -- you don't have to pay anythıng more then strıct ıncome tax ıf you don't stay ın the country for more then 6 month per year. Its called artıst tax, ıf Madonna performs ın Sweden she wıll pay about 30% ın taxes sınce he don't stay here for more then 6 month. For the rest of us the tax when all ıs saıd and done ıs about 60%. Thıs ıs used by allot of hockey clubs when sıgnıng players from other countrys, teams sıgn them ın November and save 30%.

Gıroux have been rumored to be gooıng to Sweden, ıf he does ıts very lıkely that he sıgns around novemberÁ

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Just a note, ın some European countrys -- lıke Sweden -- you don't have to pay anythıng more then strıct ıncome tax ıf you don't stay ın the country for more then 6 month per year. Its called artıst tax, ıf Madonna performs ın Sweden she wıll pay about 30% ın taxes sınce he don't stay here for more then 6 month. For the rest of us the tax when all ıs saıd and done ıs about 60%. Thıs ıs used by allot of hockey clubs when sıgnıng players from other countrys, teams sıgn them ın November and save 30%.

Gıroux have been rumored to be gooıng to Sweden, ıf he does ıts very lıkely that he sıgns around novemberÁ
Giroux hooked up with the Washington Capitals so he is not going to Europe for 2006-07

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Doesn't look like Crabb or Potter will be signed unless they get them in right at the deadline, only 4 days left.

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The Rangers yesterday removed the profiles of Corey Potter,Joey Crabb and Mike Walsh from their site.The Rangers could still sign these players.Nathan Guenin's profile was removed on Thursday after he joined the Flyers.You hope Potter and Crabb didn't overplay their hands thinking the pot of gold was waiting for them after August 15 only to find the Rangers offers weren't so bad after all

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Steve MacIntyre signed with the Quad City Mallards in the United Hockey League

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The Quad City Mallards today announced that the team has agreed to terms with defenseman Steve MacIntyre. The 6-foot-6, 265-pound rearguard has played 279 pro games over parts of five seasons.

MacIntyre played last season with the ECHLís Charlotte Checkers. In 61 games, he recorded five points (three goals and two assists) and 238 penalty minutes. MacIntyre lead the Checkers in penalty minutes for the third consecutive season and established a new franchise record for career penalty minutes (669).
http://www.qcmallards.com/news/fullstory.php?id=2299

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