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Happy Free Agent Frenzy Day, 2012 Edition

Do we land a big fish in Suter??

Or does Tambo go Lowe circa 2005 and pull off a deal for a Top 4?

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Goalies

Cristobal Huet, Chicago Blackhawks, $5,625,000
Martin Brodeur, New Jersey Devils, $5,200,000 - Re-signed, $4,500,000, 2 years
Dwayne Roloson, Tampa Bay Lightning, $3,000,000
Antero Niittymaki, San Jose Sharks, $2,000,000
Chris Mason, Winnipeg Jets, $1,850,000 - Signed, Nashville Predators, $1,250,000, 1 year
Michael Leighton, Philadelphia Flyers, $1,550,000 - Re-signed, $900,000, 1 year
Dan Ellis, Anaheim Ducks, $1,500,000
Jonas Gustavsson, Winnipeg Jets, $1,350,000 - Signed, Detroit Red Wings, $1,500,000 for 2 years
Johan Hedberg, New Jersey Devils, $1,250,000 - Re-signed, $1,400,000, 2 years,
Scott Clemmensen, Florida Panthers, $1,200,000 - Re-signed, $1,200,000 for 2 years
Alex Auld, Ottawa Senators, $1,000,000
Johan Backlund, Philadelphia Flyers, $800,000
Ty Conklin, Detroit Red Wings, $750,000
Yann Danis, Edmonton Oilers, $650,000 - Re-signed, 1 year, $775,000, 1 year
Andrew Raycroft, Dallas Stars, $650,000
Curtis McElhinney, Phoenix Coyotes, $625,000 - Signed, Columbus Blue Jackets, $750,000, 1 year
Al Montoya, New York Islanders, $601,000
Brent Johnson, Pittsburgh Penguins, $600,000
Curtis Sanford, Columbus Blue Jackets, $600,000
Nathan Lawson, Montreal Canadiens, $550,000
Mike McKenna, Ottawa Senators, $550,000 - Signed, St. Louis Blues, $525,000, 1 year
Jason Bacashihua, Philadelphia Flyers, $525,000
Matt Climie, Vancouver Canucks, $525,000
David Leggio, Buffalo Sabres, $525,000
Drew Macintyre, Buffalo Sabres, $525,000
Peter Mannino, Winnipeg Jets, $525,000
Scott Munroe, Pittsburgh Penguins, $525,000
Dany Sabourin, Washington Capitals, $525,000


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Defensemen

$4 million and over
Michal Rozsival Phoenix Coyotes $5,000,000

Under $4 million
Pavel Kubina, Philadelphia Flyers, $3,850,000
Jaroslav Spacek, Carolina Hurricanes, $3,833,000
Filip Kuba, Ottawa Senators, $3,700,000 Signed, Florida Panthers, $4,000,000, 2 years
Jeff Finger, Toronto Maple Leafs, $3,500,000
Ryan Suter, Nashville Predators, $3,500,000
Matt Carle, Philadelphia Flyers, $3,438,000

Under $3 million
Bryan Allen, Carolina Hurricanes, $2,900,000 - Signed, Anaheim Ducks, $3,500,000, 3 years
Bryce Salvador, New Jersey Devils, $2,900,000 - Re-signed, $3,166,667, 3 years
Mark Eaton, New York Islanders, $2,500,000
Joe Corvo, Boston Bruins, $2,250,000 - Signed, Carolina Hurricanes, $2,000,000, 1 year
Cam Barker, Edmonton Oilers, $2,250,000
Radek Martinek, Columbus Blue Jackets, $2,200,000
Carlo Colaiacovo, St. Louis Blues, $2,125,000
Shaone Morrisonn, Buffalo Sabres, $2,075,000
Adrian Aucoin, Phoenix Coyotes, $2,000,000 - Signed, Columbus Blue Jackets, $2,00,000, 1 year
Sami Salo, Vancouver Canucks, $2,000,000 - Signed, Tampa Bay Lightning $3,750,000, 2 years

Under $2 million
Greg Zanon, Minnesota Wild, $1,933,333 - Signed, Colorado Avalanche, $2,250,000, 2 years
Kurtis Foster, Anaheim Ducks, $1,800,000
Chris Campoli, Montreal Canadiens, $1,750,000
Kurt Sauer, Phoenix Coyotes, $1,750,000
Sheldon Souray, Dallas Stars, $1,650,000 - Signed, Anaheim Ducks, $3,666,667, 3 years
Milan Jurcina, New York Islanders, $1,600,000
Steve Staios, New York Islanders, $1,600,000
Matt Hunwick, Colorado Avalanche, $1,550,000
Brett Clark, Tampa Bay Lightning, $1,500,000
Francis Bouillon, Nashville Predators, $1,350,000 - Signed, Montreal Canadiens, $1,500,000, 1 year
Randy Jones, Winnipeg Jets, $1,150,000
Shane O’Brien, Colorado Avalanche, $1,100,000
Matt Gilroy, Tampa Bay Lightning, $1,000,000
Scott Hannan, Calgary Flames, $1,000,000
Kent Huskins, St. Louis Blues, $1,000,000
Brad Lukowich, Dallas Stars, $1,000,000
Mike Lundin, Minnesota Wild, $1,000,000 - Signed, Ottawa Senators, $1,150,000, 1 year
Jim Vandermeer, San Jose Sharks, $1,000,000
Colin White, San Jose Sharks, $1,000,000


Under $1 million
Mike Weaver, Florida Panthers, $900,000
Sean O’Donnell, Chicago Blackhawks, $850,000
Steve Eminger, New York Rangers, $800,000
Mike Mottau, New York Islanders, $800,000
Sheldon Brookbank, Anaheim Ducks, $750,000 - Signed, Chicago Blackhawks, $1,250,000, 2 years
Sami Lepisto, Chicago Blackhawks, $750,000
Aaron Rome, Vancouver Canucks, $750,000 - Signed, Dallas Stars, $1,500,000, 3 years
Tyson Strachan, Florida Panthers, $750,000
Dean Arsene, Phoenix Coyotes, $725,000
Matt Carkner, Ottawa Senators, $700,000 - Signed, New York Islanders, $1,500,000, 3 years
Derek Meech, Winnipeg Jets, $700,000 - Re-signed, $700,000 for 1 year
Derek Smith, Calgary Flames, $700,000
Alexander Sulzer, Vancouver Canucks, $700,000
Jason Garrison, Florida Panthers, $675,000 - [B]Signed, Vancouver Canucks, $4,600,000, 6 yearsB]
Tyler Sloan, Nashville Predators, $650,000
Jeff Woywitka, New York Rangers, $650,000 - Signed, St. Louis Blues
Dylan Reese, New York Islanders, $635,500 - Signed, Pittsburgh Penguins
Garnet Exelby, Detroit Red Wings, $600,000
Zach McKelvie, Boston Bruins, $600,000
Nathan Oystrick, Phoenix Coyotes, $600,000
Mathieu Roy, Carolina Hurricanes, $600,000
Matt Smaby, Anaheim Ducks, $600,000 - Re-signed, $650,000, 1 year
Garrett Stafford, Montreal Canadiens, $600,000 - Signed, Washington Capitals


Under $600,000
Maxime Fortunus, Dallas Stars, $587,500
Marc-Andre Gragnani, Vancouver Canucks, $550,000
Joe Callahan, Montreal Canadiens, $550,000
Bruno Gervais, Tampa Bay Lightning, $550,000
Aaron Johnson, Columbus Blue Jackets, $550,000
Clayton Stoner, Minnesota Wild, $550,000
Nolan Baumgarner, Vancouver Canucks, $525,000
Brendan Bell, New York Rangers, $525,000
Sean Collins, Washington Capitals, $525,000
Mark Flood, Winnipeg Jets, $525,000
Dan Jancevski, Philadelphia Flyers, $525,000
Jay Leach, New Jersey Devils, $525,000
David Liffiton, Colorado Avalanche, $525,000
Zach Miskovic, Washington Capitals, $525,000
Richard Petiot, Tampa Bay Lightning, $525,000
Danny Richmond, Washington Capitals, $525,000
Bryan Rodney, Edmonton Oilers, $525,000
Dan Spang, Dallas Stars, $525,000
Sean Sullivan, San Jose Sharks, $525,000
Danny Syvret, St. Louis Blues, $525,000 - Signed, Philadelphia Flyers
Brennan Evans, St. Louis Blues, $512,500
Alex Henry, Montreal Canadiens, $512,500
Doug Janik, Detroit Red Wings, $512,500
Nathan McIver, Boston Bruins, $512,000
Mike Moore, San Jose Sharks, $512,500
John Scott, Chicago Blackhawks, $512,000 - Signed, Buffalo Sabres, $600,000, 1 year


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$4 million and over
Alexander Semin, Washington Capitals, $6,700,000
Ryan Smyth, Edmonton Oilers, $6,250,000 - Re-signed, $2,250,000 for 2 years
Zach Parise, New Jersey Devils, $6,000,000
Brian Rolston, Boston Bruins, $5,062,000
Kristian Huselius, Columbus Blue Jackets, $4,750,000
Shane Doan, Phoenix Coyotes, $4,550,000
Daymond Langkow, Phoenix Coyotes, $4,500,000
Dustin Penner, Los Angeles Kings, $4,250,000 - Re-signed, $3,250,000, 1 year
Jason Blake, Anaheim Ducks, $4,000,000
Brad Boyes, Buffalo Sabres, $4,000,000 - Signed, New York Islanders, $1,000,000, 1 year
Teemu Selanne, Anaheim Ducks, $4,000,000

Under $4 million
Wojtek Wolski, Florida Panthers, $3,800,000
Jochen Hecht, Buffalo Sabres, $3,525,000
Jaromir Jagr, Philadelphia Flyers, $3,300,000 - Signed, Dallas Stars, $4,500,000, 1 year
Andrei Kostitsyn, Nashville Predators, $3,250,000
Niklas Hagman, Anaheim Ducks, $3,000,000
Olli Jokinen, Calgary Flames, $3,000,000 - Signed, $4,500,000, 2 years
Ales Kotalik, Buffalo Sabres, $3,000,000
Colby Armstrong, Toronto Maple Leafs, $3,000,000 - Signed, Montreal Canadiens, $1,000,000 1 year
Ray Whitney, Phoenix Coyotes, $3,000,000 - Signed, Dallas Stars, $4,500,000, 2 years
Jiri Hudler, Detroit Red Wings, $2,875,000 - Signed, Calgary Flames, $4,000,000, 4 years
Jason Arnott, St. Louis Blues, $2,800,000
Jamie Langenbrunner, St. Louis Blues, $2,800,000
Guillaume Latendresse, Minnesota Wild, $2,500,000 - Signed, Ottawa Senators, $1,200,000, 1 year
Saku Koivu, Anaheim Ducks, $2,500,000
Mikael Samuelsson, Florida Panthers, $2,500,000 - Signed, Detroit Red Wings, $3,000,000, 2 years
Marco Sturm, Florida Panthers, $2,250,000
Eric Fehr, Winnipeg Jets, $2,200,000
Chris Kelly, Boston Bruins, $2,125,000 - Re-signed, $3,000,000, 4 years
Steven Reinprecht, Vancouver Canucks, $2,050,000
Andrew Brunette, Chicago Blackhawks, $2,000,000
Mike Knuble, Washington Capitals, $2,000,000
Peter Mueller, Colorado Avalanche, $2,000,000

Under $2 million
Sean Avery, New York Rangers, $1,938,000
Tomas Holmstrom, Detroit Red Wings, $1,875,000
Radek Dvorak, Dallas Stars, $1,500,000
Alexei Ponikarovsky, New Jersey Devils, $1,500,000 - Signed, Winnipeg Jets, $1,800,000, 1 year
Steve Sullivan, Pittsburgh Penguins, $1,500,000
Jay McClement, Colorado Avalanche, $1,450,000 - Signed, Toronto Maple Leafs, $1,500,000, 2 years
Jay Pandolfo, New York Islanders, $1,400,000
Ruslan Fedotenko, New York Rangers, $1,400,000
Torrey Mitchell, San Jose Sharks, $1,366,667 - - Signed, Minnesota Wild, $1,900,000, 3 years
David Moss, Calgary Flames, $1,300,000 - Signed, Phoenix Coyotes, 2 years
Brendan Morrison, Chicago Blackhawks , $1,250,000
P.A. Parenteau, New York Islanders, $1,250,000 - Signed, Colorado Avalanche, $4,000,000, 4 years
Jordin Tootoo, Nashville Predators, $1,250,000 - Signed, Detroit Red Wings, $1,900,000, 3 years
Kyle Brodziak, Minnesota Wild, $1,150,000
Adam Burish, Dallas Stars, $1,150,000 - Signed, San Jose Sharks, $1,800,000, 4 years
Gregory Campbell, Boston Bruins, $1,100,000
Daniel Paille, Boston Bruins, $1,075,000
Cody McLeod, Colorado Avalanche, $1,033,000
Dominic Moore, San Jose Sharks, $1,100,000
Benoit Pouliot, Tampa Bay Lightning, $1,100,000 - Re-signed, $1,800,000 for 1 year
Taylor Pyatt, Phoenix Coyotes, $1,000,000
Jim Slater, Winnipeg Jets, $1,000,000

Under $1 million
Daniel Winnik, San Jose Sharks, $950,000
Erik Christensen, Minesota Wild, $925,000
Tom Kostopoulos, Calgary Flames, $917,000
Scott Parse, Los Angeles Kings, $900,000
George Parros, Anaheim Ducks, $875,000 - Signed, Florida Panthers, $925,000, 2 years
Krystopher Barch, Dallas Stars, $838,000
Alexandre Giroux, Columbus Blue Jackets, $825,000
Jeff Halpern, Washington Capitals, $825,000
Darcy Hordichuk, Edmonton Oilers, $825,000 - Re-signed, $850,000, 1 year
Jake Dowell, Dallas Stars, $800,000
Brandon Prust, New York Rangers, $800,000 - Signed, Montreal Canadiens, $2,500,000, 4 years
Arron Asham, Pittsburgh Penguins, $775,000 - Signed, New York Rangers, $1,000,000, 2 years
Toby Petersen, Dallas Stars, $775,000 - Re-signed
Joey Crabb, Toronto Maple Leafs, $750,000 - Signed, Washington Capitals
Tanner Glass, Winnipeg Jets, $750,000 - Signed, Pittsburgh Penguins, $1,100,000, 2 years
Jesse Winchester, Ottawa Senators, $750,000
Brandon Yip, Nashville Predators, $725,000
Brad Wincester, San Jose Sharks, $725,000
Blair Betts, Philadelphia Flyers, $700,000
Byron Bitz, Vancouver Canucks, $700,000
Darryl Boyce, Columbus Blue Jackets, $700,000
Mathieu Darche, Montreal Canadiens, $700,000
Bracken Kearns, Florida Panthers, $700,000 - Signed, San Jose Sharks, $550,000, 1 year
Zenon Konopka, Ottawa Senators, $700,000 - Signed, Minnesota Wild, $925,000, 2 years
Tim Wallace, New York Islanders, $700,000
Kyle Wellwood, Winnipeg Jets, $700,000
Jason Jaffray, Winnipeg Jets, $675,000
Phillippe Dupuis, Toronto Maple Leafs, $650,000
Jean-Francois Jacques, Anaheim Ducks, $650,000
John Mitchell, New York Rangers, $650,000 - Signed, Colorado Avalanche, $1,100,000, 2 years
Mark Parrish, Ottawa Senators, $650,000
Petr Sykora, New Jersey Devils, $650,000
Mike Zigomanis, Toronto Maple Leafs, $650,000
D.J. King, Washington Capitals, $637,000
Trevor Gillies, New York Islanders, $625,000
Ryan Keller, Edmonton Oilers, $625,000
Patrick O'Sullivan, Phoenix Coyotes, $625,000
Ryan Shannon, Tampa Bay Lightning, $625,000
Trevor Frischmon, New York Islanders, $615,000
Aaron Volpotti, Vancouver Canucks, $612,500
Marc-Antoine Pouliot, Phoenix Coyotes, $605,000
Fabian Brunnstrom, Detroit Red Wings, $600,000
Jonathan Cheechoo, St. Louis Blues, $600,000
Jeremy Colliton, New York Islanders, $600,000
Tim Conboy, Ottawa Senators, $600,000
Mark Cullen, Florida Panthers, $600,000
Raitis Ivanans, Calgary Flames, $600,000
Adam Hall, Tampa Bay Lightning, $600,000
Josh Hennessy, Boston Bruins, $600,000
Trent Hunter, Los Angeles Kings, $600,000
Joakim Lindstrom, Colorado Avalanche, $600,000
Steve MacIntyre, Pittsburgh Penguins, $600,000 - Re-Signed, $625,000, 2 years
Derek MacKenzie, Columbus Blue Jackets, $600,000
Brian McGrattan, Nashville Predators, $600,000 - Re-signed, $600,000, 1 year
Ethan Moreau, Los Angeles Kings, $600,000
Steve Pinizzotto, Vancouver Canucks, $600,000 - Re-signed, $600,000, 1 year
Chris Porter, St. Louis Blues, $600,000
Martin St. Pierre, Columbus Blue Jackets, $600,000
Raymond Sawada, Dallas Stars, $600,000
Brett Sterling, St. Louis Blues, $600,000
Jeff Taffe, Minnesota Wild, $600,000
Brian Willsie, Montreal Canadiens, $600,000
Jason Williams, Pittsburgh Penguins, $600,000

Under $600,000
Jed Ortmeyer, Minnesota Wild, $585,000
Brad Staubitz, Minnesota Wild, $575,000 - Signed, Anaheim Ducks, $637,500, 2 years
Josh Green, Edmonton Oilers, $575,000
Alexandre Bolduc, Phoenix Coyotes, $575,000 - Re-signed, $650,000, 1 year
Andrew Murray, San Jose Sharks, $575,000
Mark Bell, Anaheim Ducks, $575,000
Francis Wathier, Dallas Stars, $575,000
Troy Bodie, Anaheim Ducks, $550,000
Chris Conner, Detroit Red Wings, $550,000 - Signed, Phoenix Coyotes, $650,000, 1 year
Tim Jackman, Calgary Flames, $550,000
Francis Lessard, Ottawa Senators, $550,000
Corey Locke, Ottawa Senators, $550,000
Jamal Mayers, Chicago Blackhawks, $550,000
Richard Park, Pittsburgh Penguins, $550,000
Rod Pelley, New Jersey Devils, $550,000
Greg Rallo, Florida Panthers, $550,000
Jon Disalvatore, Minnesota Wild, $537,500
Warren Petters, Minnesota Wild, $537,500 - Signed, Pittsburgh Penguins
Mike Angelidis, Tampa Bay Lightning, $525,000
Matt Beaudoin, Phoenix Coyotes, $525,000
Chris Bourque, Washington Capitals, $525,000
Ryan Craig, Pittsburgh Penguins, $525,000
Guillame Desbiens, Calgary Flames, $525,000
Andre Deveaux, New York Rangers, $525,000
Chris Durno, Carolina Hurricanes, $525,000
Andrew Ebbett, Vancouver Canucks, $525,000 - Re-signed, $600,000, 1 year
Matt Ford, Washington Capitals, $525,000
Ben Guite, San Jose Sharks, $525,000
Ryan Hamilton, Toronto Maple Leafs, $525,000
Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond, Calgary Flames, $525,000
Mark Mancari, Vancouver Canucks, $525,000
Greg Mauldin, Colorado Avalanche, $525,000
Brett McLean, Chicago Blackhawks, $525,000
Colin McDonald, Pittsburgh Penguins, $525,000
Jacob Micflikier, Washington Capitals, $525,000
Brad Mills, New Jersey Devils, $525,000
Chris Minard, Detroit Red Wings, $525,000
Michel Ouellet, Tampa Bay Lightning, $525,000
Cam Paddock, Los Angeles Kings, $525,000
Patrick Rissmiller, Colorado Avalanche, $525,000
Michael Ryan, Buffalo Sabres, $525,000
Brandon Segal, Chicago Blackhawks, $525,000
Tim Sestito, New Jersey Devils, $525,000
Trevor Smith, Tampa Bay Lightning, $525,000 - Signed, Pittsburgh Penguins, $575,000, 1 year
Tim Stapleton, Winnipeg Jets, $525,000
Colin Stuart, Buffalo Sabres, $525,000
David Van Der Gulik, Colorado Avalanche, $525,000
Stephane Veilleux, New Jersey Devils, $525,000
Derek Whitmore, Buffalo Sabres, $525,000
Keith Aucoin, Washington Capitals, $512,500
Kyle Greentree, Washington Capitals, $512,500
Jamie Johnson, Detroit Red Wings, $512,500
Kris Newbury, New York Rangers, $512,500 - Re-signed, 2 years


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You know, Ray Whitney is the last type of guy we need and the we're probably not the type of team he should go to at 40, but I gotta say, it would really button up his career nicely to end where he was a stickboy and having him would be awesome for creating a second line.

Hall - RNH - Eberle
Whitney - Gagner - Yakupov

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Parise is asking for 12M up-front on July 1 2012 and July 1 2013. That's 24 million in wire transfers in 365 days to play hockey.

I like Zach a lot, because he's not that good. Not even close.

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Didnt Vancouver re-sign Salo?

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Didnt Vancouver re-sign Salo?
He's still showing as a UFA on Cap Geek and they are usually pretty up to date. They had Schultz's deal up right away yesterday.

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gimme tootoo, konopka, and one of suter or carle.

I think a konopka, eager, tootoo line would be awesome

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You know, Ray Whitney is the last type of guy we need and the we're probably not the type of team he should go to at 40, but I gotta say, it would really button up his career nicely to end where he was a stickboy and having him would be awesome for creating a second line.

Hall - RNH - Eberle
Whitney - Gagner - Yakupov
Even though Boston was much more experienced and ready for a run at the cup, signing him would remind me of Reechi in Boston.

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These guys are guys that can improve our team.
Plus we can expect 3 or 4 AHL Josh Green type additions.


$4 million and over
Michal Rozsival Phoenix Coyotes $5,000,000

Under $4 million
Pavel Kubina, Philadelphia Flyers, $3,850,000
Jaroslav Spacek, Carolina Hurricanes, $3,833,000
Filip Kuba, Ottawa Senators, $3,700,000
Ryan Suter, Nashville Predators, $3,500,000
Matt Carle, Philadelphia Flyers, $3,438,000

Under $3 million
Bryan Allen, Carolina Hurricanes, $2,900,000
Bryce Salvador, New Jersey Devils, $2,900,000
Joe Corvo, Boston Bruins, $2,250,000
Sami Salo, Vancouver Canucks, $2,000,000

Under $1 million
Jason Garrison, Florida Panthers, $675,000

$4 million and over
Alexander Semin, Washington Capitals, $6,700,000
Ryan Smyth, Edmonton Oilers, $6,250,000
Zach Parise, New Jersey Devils, $6,000,000
Huselius, Columbus Blue Jackets, $4,750,000
Shane Doan, Phoenix Coyotes, $4,550,000
Dustin Penner, Los Angeles Kings, $4,250,000

Under $4 million
Jochen Hecht, Buffalo Sabres, $3,525,000
Jaromir Jagr, Philadelphia Flyers, $3,300,000
Olli Jokinen, Calgary Flames, $3,000,000
Colby Armstrong, Toronto Maple Leafs, $3,000,000
Jason Arnott, St. Louis Blues, $2,800,000
Jamie Langenbrunner, St. Louis Blues, $2,800,000
Guillaume Latendresse, Minnesota Wild, $2,500,000
Chris Kelly, Boston Bruins, $2,125,000
Mike Knuble, Washington Capitals, $2,000,000
Peter Mueller, Colorado Avalanche, $2,000,000

P.A. Parenteau, New York Islanders, $1,250,000
Jordin Tootoo, Nashville Predators, $1,250,000
Kyle Brodziak, Minnesota Wild, $1,150,000


Under $1 million
Jeff Halpern, Washington Capitals, $825,000
Brandon Prust, New York Rangers, $800,000
Arron Asham, Pittsburgh Penguins, $775,000

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I like the Tootoo-Konopka-Eager idea. I would also like to see a couple big forwards like Jagr or Penner. Im not getting my hopes up for Suter but hopefully someone like NYR gets him and frees up someone like Staal.

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Hossy, thanks for the lists. The name that interested me after perusing them was John Scott. In Chicago games I've watched, he hasn't seemed horrible, and I'd like him as an option for tough opponents.

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TFP is saying that Vlassic is available in a trade.

Which, IMO, would make him the most attractive d-men for the Oilers right now. A smart, two-way guy who can move the puck a little and can skate.

Smid - Petry
Vlassic - N. Schultz
Whitney - J. Schultz

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Gonna be a very exciting day me think!

I have to work but will have the radio blasting.

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1. B. Prust 20,
2. Z. Konopka 18,
3. B. Staubitz 15,
4. K. Barch 12,
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when does coverage start on the team or 630?

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Rozsival would be nice for us, if it was a reasonable deal. I wouldn't mind seeing that happen at all.

I've also been hoping to sign Tootoo or Prust for awhile. McClement and Konopka would also be good. In fact, some combo of the two of those would be pretty sweet.

Re-sign Smyth as well and have something like this:

Hall-RNH-Eberle
Hemsky-Gagner-Yakupov
Smyth-Horcoff-Jones
Eager-Konopka-Prust

Smid-Petry
Whitney-Rozsival
Schultz-Schultz


I'd like to see Lander and PRV stay in the minors for a year, and really dominate there. Trade Belander to whoever will take him, for whatever they'll give us.

I'm probably forgetting someone else, though. I'm terrible at mock rosters.

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TFP is saying that Vlassic is available in a trade.

Which, IMO, would make him the most attractive d-men for the Oilers right now. A smart, two-way guy who can move the puck a little and can skate.

Smid - Petry
Vlassic - N. Schultz
Whitney - J. Schultz
Vlassic would be a perfect fit here. What would SJ be wanting for him? I wouldn't be willing to deal Gagner or PRV for him.

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Top fighters among UFAs:

1. B. Prust 20,
2. Z. Konopka 18,
3. B. Staubitz 15,
4. K. Barch 12,
5. S. Bickel 12.
Shouldnt that be most active fighters?

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Didnt Vancouver re-sign Salo?
Not as far as any news on it, he's a guy I'd love to see them get on a short term deal.

Clemmesen resigns in FLA

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I know the Schultz euphoria probably has some of you thinking we should go after Parise or Suter, but keep in mind, the entire sales pitch for Schultz was for a young player hoping to develop along other players like him. Stars like Suter or players near the end like Doan don't want any part of a rebuilding team.

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Just to manage the speculation. Doan is in Edmonton today. Reason: His son is playing in the annual Brick Tournament.

It begins

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He's had a bad injury history, and I wouldn't sign him for the Oilers, but Peter Mueller is one of the most talented guys available. I won't be shocked if the Leafs take a flier on him for 2 years at 2M or something.

He may even be elligible for a bonus-filled contract because he's played so little in the past 3seasons.

I would target a guy like Jay McClement as a solid 4th line Centre to replace Belanger (who can be waived or PB'd if he has a bad camp). Adam Burish is also an option there.

On defense, I wouldn't mind seeing Scott Hannan, Bryan Allen, Kent Huskins or Aaron Rome brought in to be a no.5-6 guy paired with Nick Schultz.

I think the most interesting thing is going to be if the Oilers land someone like Doan. Although I have a feeling Doan will end up with the Penguins along with Parise and Suter, probably meaning they will deal away Paul Martin (he has a NMC however, and I doubt Edmonton would be his top choice, think Detroit or Philly).

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