Tag Archive | "Dan Hamhuis"

Fantasy Season in Review: Nashville Predators

Thursday, July 22, 2010

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Fantasy Season in Review: Nashville Predators

Top Five Reasons Why Dan Hamhuis Increased In Value

Sunday, July 4, 2010

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Over the past few weeks, Dan Hamhuis went from Nashville to Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and finally Vancouver. Was he worth a 7th round pick?  Was he worth a third round pick?  Was he worth Ryan Parent?  The Canucks believe him to be worth a massive 4.5 million cap hit, 250K more than shot-blocking machine Anton Volchenkov.…

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Montreal and Nashville Agree to Terms

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

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Montreal and Nashville Agree to Terms

Draft Review: Penguins Trade for Rights to Hamhuis

Monday, June 28, 2010

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The Pittsburgh Penguins traded a third-round pick to the Philadelphia Flyers for UFA defenseman Dan Hamhuis. We were bullish on his offensive side finding a new home but thought he would be stuck in a similar situation in Philly to his most recent with the Nashville Predators. With Sergei Gonchar likely to not re-sign with…

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Dan Hamhuis and Ryan Parent Swap Jerseys

Saturday, June 19, 2010

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Today, the Philadelphia Flyers traded for soon-to-be UFA defenseman Dan Hamhuis in an attempt to add him to their defensive corps.  He seems to want to sign with the team and play with the Eastern Conference champion Flyers.  At this point we do not know where he will play exactly but he performed well with…

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Dan Hamhuis Likely Done With Nashville

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

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According to Bryan Mullen of The Tennessean, the Nashville Predators do not expect to re-sign defenseman Dan Hamhuis.  Discussed in trade rumors throughout the regular season, Hamhuis stayed with the Predators even though most predicted he would leave after the season. With a cap hit of 2.5 million, GM David Poile will struggle to sign…

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Second Pairing Defensemen Equals Second Round Pick

Monday, March 1, 2010

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Not once, but twice today we have seen a solid second-pairing defensemen moved for a second round pick. The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired Jordan Leopold for their second round selection after reportedly refusing to part with the pick for Raffi Torres.  This move will push either Jay McKee or Alex Goligoski out of the Penguins top…

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Locking Up the Youth

Friday, February 26, 2010

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The last week marked an interesting trend with certain NHL front offices as general managers began locking up their promising young players.  Pekka Rinne, Andrew MacDonald, Cal Clutterbuck and Rene Bourque all inked new deals, ensuring they would wear their sweaters for at least another couple of seasons. The youngest of the four would be…

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