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06-22-2011, 11:48 AM
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Kypreos reported on HS Bryzgalov signed to Philly

7 years 50 Million Doll Hairs


Please comment. Does this mean anything to the leafs?

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06-22-2011, 11:49 AM
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It means Leafs fans, and others, will get to laugh at Philadelphia again.

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it also means the leafs can't sign him

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7 years 50 Million Doll Hairs


Please comment. Does this mean anything to the leafs?
They will be giving out bald barbie dolls at Childrens Hospital this year?

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I think that Burke sends his old goalie a congratulatory e-mail.

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hahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaah!

Holgrem really must have lost it this time.

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It means Leafs fans, and others, will get to laugh at Philadelphia again.
I'm more laughing at the hockey media. Last year they were saying you don't need great goaltending to be a Stanley Cup champion. Now they are saying "following Boston's success..."

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Just an absurd contract. It really is. I know Philly needed a goalie but that is a rediculous over payment. They can say good-bye to Carter or Richards. That's a 7.1 million dollar cap hit...Wow...

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I'm more laughing at the hockey media. Last year they were saying you don't need great goaltending to be a Stanley Cup champion. Now they are saying "following Boston's success..."
They do it every year.

Anaheim wins: Grit the key to Cups!
Detroit wins: Skill and leadership wins the Cup!
Pittsburgh wins: Tanking wins the Cup
Chicago: Skill>goaltending wins the Cup!
Boston: Elite goaltending wins the Cup!


Almost as if there's more than one way to build a winner.

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Just an absurd contract. It really is. I know Philly needed a goalie but that is a rediculous over payment. They can say good-bye to Carter or Richards.
Seriously.

7.14 million for 7 years, so until he is 38 years old. And for a guy who absolutely crumbled in the playoffs against the Wings this year.

They are going to severely regret this.

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Posted this earlier via Philly reporter via Ed Snider

It doesn't take a calculus course to know that if the Flyers do sign Bryzgalov to a number anywhere close to his reported asking price, they will need to move a high-priced player or two to remain cap compliant.

While Snider wouldn't comment on specifics - including rumors that have surfaced about trade talks including Jeff Carter - he did echo one of Holmgren's sentiments about soon-to-be unrestricted free agent and possible cap casualty Ville Leino.

Someone will have to go.


Is the Dreger tweet far fetched now? Even though Dregs doesn't believe it is Richards. Someone is leaving that team, a significant contract most likely.

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No tweets, and Hockey Central ended on Monday.

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7 years 50 Million Doll Hairs


Please comment. Does this mean anything to the leafs?
Please comment??

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I think Carter and Leino are going to be on their way out. What an awful signing this is for the Flyers.

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Big contract, but he is one of the best in the game at his position and fills a major hole for Philly. It's a gamble--as all long-term UFA deals are--but I don't necessarily think it's a bad move for the Flyers, especially if they cap flip a high-priced forward for a good return.

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7 years 50 Million Doll Hairs


Please comment. Does this mean anything to the leafs?
Kipper didn't report anything you idiot.

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Wow, that is a gross overpayment for someone with zero playoff success. But they were desperate for a number 1 and they showed it.

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I think Carter and Leino are going to be on their way out. What an awful signing this is for the Flyers.
Or Richards. But I am getting tired of beating this drum, the fact is any of the high priced guys on that team are vulnerable, it doesn't take Einstein to see who doesn't have a NTC to figure this out. Or atleast it shouldn't.

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Please, don't flame me! Just throwing it out there...

Do you think there is any way possible, that Burkie trades a 'soft' deal for Pronger? He has in fact traded for him twice before...

Just thinking outside of the box. Of course, Philly would have to sweeten the deal with a pick or something absurd to compensate for that huge contract.

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Doing the math based on a $64million cap, add him at $7M per year and drop Versteeg at $3M for a draft pick and Philly's under the cap.

The only implication for the Leafs could be the availability of Ville Leino on the free agent market.

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lol philly

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Just pray its true....we can benefit from their addition of a $7.1mil cap hit...we just don't want Versteeg back

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Please, don't flame me! Just throwing it out there...

Do you think there is any way possible, that Burkie trades a 'soft' deal for Pronger? He has in fact traded for him twice before...

Just thinking outside of the box. Of course, Philly would have to sweeten the deal with a pick or something absurd to compensate for that huge contract.
for Lupul? But anyway...no.

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Doing the math based on a $64million cap, add him a $7M per year and drop Versteeg $3M for a draft pick and Philly's under the cap.
Does that include resigning Leino, Nodl, Powe and another Dman?

Philly's got some holes to fill if thats not the case.

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