2010 - Page 50

Oilers Continue to Open Spots for Kids

Ethan Moreau, check. Steve Staios, check. Patrick O’Sullivan, check. Now Shawn Horcoff, errr Robert Nilsson has left the team with both another open spot after being bought out by the Oilers earlier this season.  ... Continue reading →

Fantasy Season in Review: Colorado Avalanche

Offensive Corps: The Avalanche surprised a lot of people by squeaking into the playoffs in a tough Western conference this past season.  While much of the credit went to goaltender Craig Anderson, the offence more ... Continue reading →

Ondrej Pavelec Agrees to Terms with Thrashers

Ondrej Pavelec Agrees to Terms with Thrashers

According to Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution, netminder Ondrej Pavelec has agreed to terms with the Atlanta Thrashers.  Vivlamore states the deal will be over two years and likely worth 2.3 million — giving him ... Continue reading →

Fantasy Season in Review: Nashville Predators

Fantasy Season in Review: Nashville Predators

Offensive Corps: The Predators tend to move around their offensive weapons and shuffle lines relatively often.  Due to this, only Steve Sullivan and Patric Hornqvist even eclipsed the 50 point plateau.  This lack of star-power should ... Continue reading →

David Perron Re-Signs for Two Years

David Perron and the St. Louis Blues came to an agreement today to a two-year contract. According to Cap Geek, Perron will make a cap hit of 2.15 million over that span until he re-enters restricted ... Continue reading →

UPDATE: NHL Rejects Ilya Kovalchuk Signing

UPDATE: NHL Rejects Ilya Kovalchuk Signing

No need to celebrate with fellow New Jersey Devils teammates just yet as the NHL rejected the Ilya Kovalchuk, 17 year /102 million dollar contract.  The contract has been deemed cap circumvention, which makes sense considering Kovalchuk ... Continue reading →

Blackhawks Cap Woes Far From Over

Blackhawks Cap Woes Far From Over

The Chicago Blackhawks still find themselves in a cap conundrum where they may need to choose whether to keep either Antti Niemi or sniping forward Patrick Sharp. According to Cap Geek, the team is already ... Continue reading →

Gagne Lands in Tampa, Sets Up A Scary Scoring Line

The Flyers cleared out some valuable cap room by dealing Simon Gagne to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday for defenseman Matt Walker and a 2011 4th round pick.  Gagne delivers a hefty $5.25-million cap hit – ... Continue reading →

Kovalchuk Re-Ups with Devils

Kovalchuk Re-Ups with Devils

New Jersey Devils fans can breathe a sigh of relief Monday as Ilya Kovalchuk has finally made up his mind and re-signed with the team.  No details have been released yet but the confirmation of ... Continue reading →

Mikko Koivu Avoids Free Agency and Re-Signs

As the rest of the hockey world awaits the (re)signing of Ilya Kovalchuk, the Minnesota Wild locked in their captain and franchise player Mikko Koivu for seven years and 47 million. Koivu established career highs ... Continue reading →