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06-30-2008, 05:54 AM
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Even though Malone is a bit overpriced, I think Tampa did the right thing: the first 2 years will see him get about $7 to $8 million per year (when he is younger), and the latter years will see him get less -- so if Tampa needed to trade him later, they could still do so. Smart move. How come JFJ didn't do that?
It was real smart. I think the reasoning was because after his 3rd year, Stamkos will make alot more, if he's doing as good as people think he will, so Malone will be cheaper and they can keep him.

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Niskala Off To Tampa

The Lightning announced it traded for Flyers minor league defenseman Janne Niskala, and sent the Flyers a sixth-round 2009 draft pick.

Niskala, 26, was acquired by Philadelphia on June 25 from Nashville for forward Triston Grant and a seventh-round pick in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft.
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06-30-2008, 02:49 PM
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Panthers Sign Olesz to 6-Year Deal

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The Florida Panthers have signed forward Rostilav Olesz to a multi-year contract.

Sources says it’s a six-year, $18.75 million deal with an annual salary cap hit of $3.125 million.
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06-30-2008, 03:24 PM
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$3 million for that softie. That deserves one of these: Has JFJ joined Florida as their GM? First that highly questionable Jokinen trade then this signing.

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06-30-2008, 03:25 PM
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$3 million for that softie. That deserves one of these: Has JFJ joined Florida as their GM? First that highly questionable Jokinen trade then this signing.
It seems that every NHL team has hired JFJ.

Maybe he was a good GM afterall.

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06-30-2008, 03:44 PM
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$3 million for that softie. That deserves one of these: Has JFJ joined Florida as their GM? First that highly questionable Jokinen trade then this signing.
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It seems that every NHL team has hired JFJ.

Maybe he was a good GM afterall.
Martin isn't even a good coach. let alone a capable GM.

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Jody Shelley: (Re-signing)
Length of contract: 2 years
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SABRES RE-SIGN GAUSTAD TO FOUR-YEAR DEAL

The Buffalo Sabres have re-signed forward Paul Gaustad to a four-year, $9.2 million contract.

Gaustad will earn $1.7 million in the first year of the deal, and $2.5 million per year for the remaining three years.
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Sharks Re-Sign Left Wing Jody Shelley

SAN JOSE San Jose Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has re-signed Group III unrestricted free agent left wing Jody Shelley to a two-year contract. In keeping with club policy, financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Shelley was acquired by San Jose on Jan. 29, 2008 from Columbus in exchange for a sixth round selection in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. With the Sharks, Shelley posted seven points (1-6=7) and 91 penalty minutes in 31 games. He set a Sharks single-game franchise record by posting 41 penalty minutes at Dallas on April 6. In total, Shelley appeared in 62 games during 2007-08 with Columbus and San Jose and recorded seven points (1-6=7) and 135 penalty minutes.
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06-30-2008, 07:26 PM
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That seems high for Gaustad, especially considering the Sabres are on a budget.

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That seems high for Gaustad, especially considering the Sabres are on a budget.
Yeah, Gaustad's main use seems to be as a versatile, cheap player. Now that he's making good coin, what good is he?

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That seems high for Gaustad, especially considering the Sabres are on a budget.
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Yeah, Gaustad's main use seems to be as a versatile, cheap player. Now that he's making good coin, what good is he?
Even coming off a 10 goal performance.

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06-30-2008, 07:34 PM
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does ufa period start at midnight or at noon on july 1st? iv heard both

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does ufa period start at midnight or at noon on july 1st? iv heard both
Noon, so I don't want to see any dumb posts here at 12:30am saying the Leafs signed Hossa.

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Andreas Lilja - (Re-signing)
Avg. yearly value: - $1.25 million
Length of contract: - 2 years

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Mike Green

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8:45AM Washington re-signs defenceman Mike Green to a four-year deal worth $5.25-million a season.
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Andreas Lilja - (Re-signing)
Avg. yearly value: - $1.25 million
Length of contract: - 2 years
Detroit manages again to get players to take money below market worth. Apart from winning, what are they doing right? Not treating them too well?

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Detroit manages again to get players to take money below market worth. Apart from winning, what are they doing right? Not treating them too well?
Lilja isn't all that good. He's a #6 or #7 guy. They're probably looking to Erickson or Kindl to take spots soon.

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07-01-2008, 08:28 AM
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I know he had a great year, but talk about cashing in based on one season. That could be a dangerous overpayment.

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Detroit manages again to get players to take money below market worth. Apart from winning, what are they doing right? Not treating them too well?
It's much easier when your coming off a Stanley Cup and have a rep like they do.

The leafs IMO will always have to overpay a little because of the media circus here in Toronto. Same goes for Montreal.

Detroit is a hockey town but nothing like this one.

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I know he had a great year, but talk about cashing in based on one season. That could be a dangerous overpayment.
The over payments begin.

The higher the better. It should make Kubina and McCabe's (if he ever decides) returns much greater.

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That seems high for Gaustad, especially considering the Sabres are on a budget.
I, for one, wouldn't have had a problem with giving him $2.6 million per year on a RFA offer and giving up a 2nd round pick for him. Buffalo knew of this pressure. He's a big, tough, hard hitting center who you can match against the opposition's big no. 1 center. He gave Sundin fits.

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Fan 590 is suggesting the Boston Bruins will offer Marian Hossa a 12 year / $100 pitch at noon today.

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Fan 590 is suggesting the Boston Bruins will offer Marian Hossa a 12 year / $100 pitch at noon today.
That would be hilarious.

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Fan 590 is suggesting the Boston Bruins will offer Marian Hossa a 12 year / $100 pitch at noon today.
Its a Brooks rumour...

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While the Rangers will check in on Marian Hossa, The Post has been told that the Bruins are preparing to present the 29-year-old winger with an offer in the neighborhood of $100M over 12 years. Hossa has previously rejected a six-year offer of $7.5M per from the Penguins.

The Bruins would be able to accommodate the contract by waiving Glen Murray and Manny Fernandez. While the 2008-09 cap is $56.7M, the summer cap is $63.37M. The Rangers, who will also check in on Brian Rolston, have approximately $24M to spend under next season's cap, and $5.67M more if necessary prior to training camp cutbacks.
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12 yrs/100 mil? Wow. Not so much the 8.3 mil that that is a year, that's not surprising, but 12 years? He'll be over 40.. the front loading on that will be off the chart.

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