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Wild Plan

from the AP via Akron Beacon Journal,

With local fans growing more and more impatient with the team's unwillingness to spend money on the free agent market, the Wild leaped into action this weekend, spending nearly $37 million on three players. The Wild signed Minnesota native and gritty forward Mark Parrish to a five-year, $13.25 million deal, Philadelphia defenseman Kim Johnsson to a four-year, $19.4 million deal and Vancouver defenseman Keith Carney to a two-year, $4.2 million deal, all late Saturday night. And while the activity drew praise from fans and players, general manager Doug Risebrough said that was the plan all along. "It's consistent with what we've said we were going to do," Risebrough said Sunday. "We wanted to develop some young players, see what they can do, then find out how we can help make them better."
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Report- Hinote To The Blues

from Hadley on Sports,

P-D (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) hockey writer Jeremy Rutherford is reporting the Blues have signed Dan Hinote.
added 7:38am Monday, from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch,
Here it is July, and Weight is back, Drake is still here, and Pleau and Kitchen aren't going anywhere. On a hot summer day, the Blues got a double-scoop Sunday, re-signing head coach Mike Kitchen to a two-year contract while persuading Weight to return to the team with a two-year, $7 million deal. If not for a couple of other free-agent signings, including the addition of forward Dan Hinote Sunday, the 2006-07 Blues are starting look a lot like, well, the 2005-06 model. But new president John Davidson believes that's a good thing.

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A Little Slow Tonight

I will continue to update through the night, but the posts may not be as quick as they have been in the past day. A few friends have stopped over and time for a little relaxation. I wanted to thank everyone for visiting KK and hope to see you back throughout the summer and the upcoming season.

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Salei Goes To Florida

from TSN,

Florida Panthers General Manager Mike Keenan announced today that the club has agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent D Ruslan Salei on a four-year contract.

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Boston Welcomes Donovan

from TSN,

The Boston Bruins have signed winger Shean Donovan to a two year contract.

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Report- Weight To St. Louis

from Hadley on Sports,

The Blues have finalized a deal for Doug Weight. A deal with Mike Kitchen is soon to be finalized. The Blues remain hot on Brendan Shanahan (to play with Weight) and Anson Carter.
added 6:00pm, I have received about 14 emails in the last half hour telling me Shanahan is not going to St. Louis. Remember people, first of all the report says the Blues are hot on him, not that he signed. My personal feelings, Shanahan won't go back to St. Louis. update 6:17pm, via Sportsnet,
Sources told Sportsnet Doug Weight will return to the St Louis Blues. The recent Stanley Cup champion has agreed to a two-year deal with St Louis at $3.5 million per season

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Straka Stays With Rangers

from the New York Rangers,

New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has re-signed free agent forward Martin Straka.

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Sydor Traded Back To Dallas

via TSN,

The Tampa Bay Lightning have traded defenceman Darryl Sydor to the Dallas Stars for a fourth-round choice in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.
added 4:12pm, from the Star-Telegram,
"I’m very excited," Sydor said. "I’m in shock, really, to be traded — and to go back to a very familiar team and coaching staff and organization is a lot easier. It’s good to be back with a group of guys that I know."

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Kings Sign McCauley

via TSN,

The Los Angeles Kings have agreed to terms on a three-year contract with unrestricted free agent forward Alyn McCauley. Per club policy, terms of the agreement were not announced.
added 4:39pm. from Sports Ticker via ESPN,
Alyn is a solid, two-way player whose competitiveness and leadership abilities make him a good fit for our hockey club," Lombardi said. "I was impressed with how the Kings organization, Dean Lombardi and (coach) Marc Crawford in particular, pursued me," McCauley said. "The Kings have a real commitment to win and to win now. We will have a competitive club this year and I am looking forward to the start of the season."

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Curtis Brown Not Signed Yet

Spector will give you all the details, plus some Shanny and Pronger talk.

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Paul Kukla founded Kukla’s Korner in 2005 and the site has since become the must-read site on the ‘net for all the latest happenings around the NHL.

From breaking news to in-depth stories around the league, KK Hockey is updated with fresh stories all day long and will bring you the latest news as quickly as possible.

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