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Former King Jamie Storr clears waivers, could be going to AHL

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Former King Jamie Storr clears waivers, could be going to AHL

http://newsobserver.com/hurricanes/s...-2959647c.html


does anyone know how much Robitalle, Potvin and Storr signed for. The Kings could still be subject to compensation picks.

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does anyone know how much Robitalle, Potvin and Storr signed for. The Kings could still be subject to compensation picks.
Robitaille=1.15 M
Storr=450 K
Felix=1.3 M
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Doesn't Klatt also figure in?
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The Kings will not receive a compensatory pick for losing Jamie Storr because they decided not to tender him a qualifying offer.

I'm not sure if the same applies for losing Erik Rasmussen... the Kings had an option on him I believe and decided not to pick it up (thank god).

Craig Johnson was another King who was lost via free agency... man do the Kings sure miss him,

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I have to wonder if we won't be reading something close to the same about Fluery in a 5 or 6 years. Stuaber were rushed into the league well too early facing 40 shots or so a night and he went from the only goalie to win the Hobie Baker to unable to keep a job in Juniours. Ruined. Storr had a bit better shot but when you consider how he was coached and what he had in front of him for big parts of his early career, you have to wonder. I think that the Bullscat intent to injure hit to his head by that worthless Courtnal in the playoffs where Storr were looking so good was a turning point in his career. He never seemed able to recapture that consistant solid play after it.

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"Storr's save percentage is the worst of any goalie who has appeared in more than four games."

And thats on one of the best defensive teams too. Even Craig Anderson of Chicago finally picked up a win this year.

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Robitaille=1.15 M
Storr=450 K
Felix=1.3 M
NHLPA figures
Doesn't Klatt also figure in?
0-8-0-2 brutal! .878%

oops...forgot Klatt.


No comp. picks for the Kings this year

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