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Michalek To Pittsburgh

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

via Darren Dreger tweet,

Z. Michalek to Pitt. Done.

5 year 20 million per Bob McKenzie on TSN.

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  Tags: zybenek+michalek

Lightning Extend St. Louis

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

via Tampa Bay Lightning tweet,

Word is the Lightning have signed Martin St. Louis to a 4-year contract extension. Keeping him in a Bolts jersey for the next 5 seasons.

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  Tags: martin+st.+louis

Report- Tanguay To Calgary

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

via Bob McKenzie tweet,

RDS reporting Alex Tanguay to CGY.

Bob corrected his tweet,

Sorry, not RDS reporting, La Presse is reporting that.


added 12:35pm
, Tanguay is official.  $1.7M for one year.

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  Tags: alex+tanguay

Gonchar A Senator

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

TSN reports Sergei Gonchar has signed with Ottawa.

added 12:22pm, via TSN,

Veteran defenceman Sergei Gonchar has signed a three-year contract with the Ottawa Senators worth $5.5 million per year.

The contract also includes a no-trade clause.

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  Tags: sergei+gonchar

Your Free Agent List

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

NEW YORK (July 1, 2010)—The National Hockey League today released the names of the players, who, effective today, became free agents.

      Some players whose names appear on this list may recently have signed with their respective Clubs; however, their contracts had not yet been filed with the League.

FREE AGENTS SUBJECT TO COMPENSATION AND RIGHT TO MATCH - GROUP 2

The players listed below have been tendered a qualifying offer by their respective Clubs and are subject to draft-choice compensation and right to match. The draft choice compensation scale is based on compensation offered by the new Club:

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UFA Open Post

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

Anything on your mind while we wait for some signings?

Get it off your chest in the comments below.

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Marty Biron To The Rangers

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

TSN UFA Tracker has him with the Rangers and I understand they will soon announce the deal.

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  Tags: marty+biron

Tampa/Philadelphia Trade

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

via Darren Dreger tweet,

Meszaros to Flyers sounds like a done deal.

Bob McKenzie tweets in,

Sounds like Meszaros is going from Tampa to Philly for a second round pick.

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All UFA Team 2010

Blog: The Puck Stops Here By PuckStopsHere

I like to make an all star team of the best unrestricted free agents available each year so that I can do some analysis later and try to determine how good the team would have been if they had all been acquired by the same squad.  Usually that all UFA team winds up well above the salary cap but does not look too competitive as an NHL team. 

Here is last year’s team and i am yet to do any serious analysis (I will in a couple days).  I screwed up on this team in that I announced it a few hours before free agency began in earnest and its two best players, Henrik and Daniel Sedin, re-signed in Vancouver before the start of free agency.  Thus, those two players will have to be removed from any analysis, as they were never actually available as free agents.  Had the eventual NHL MVP and the second team All Star left winger been on the team it would have been much better than it actually was.

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No Big Name UFA List For Oilers

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from JoAnne Ireland of the Edmonton Journal,

The days of big name hunting are over. When the NHL’s free agent market opens today, the Edmonton Oilers will venture in with a much different tactic than summers past.

They will be on the lookout for more role players, fewer marquee men. More Colin Fraser-type players, fewer Marian Hossas.

The Oilers have pursued the likes of Hossa and Michael Nylander and Dany Heatley, only to come up emptyhanded. Now, in the midst of a massive rebuild, the focus is on development. Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle and Magnus Paajarvi-Svensson will have every chance to make the lineup at camp and will play alongside the likes of veteran Shawn Horcoff, defenceman Ryan Whitney and Fraser, who was acquired from the Chicago Blackhawks in a draft-day deal.

“I have my own little list that I’ll keep to myself until I’m asked,” head coach Tom Renney said recently.

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