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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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Salaries Through The Roof

Anyone wonder why the NHL went to OLN? Thanks to a KK reader and fellow blogger for the pointer.

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Phoenix Signs Morrison

from TSN, T

he Phoenix Coyotes have signed goaltender Mike Morrison to a one-year contract. As per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. Last season, his first in the NHL, Morrison posted a record of 11-4-3 with a 2.95 goals against average and a .882 save percentage in 25 combined games with Edmonton and Ottawa.

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Arnott A Pred

via TSN,

The Nashville Predators have signed unrestricted free agent centre Jason Arnott to a five-year, $22.5-million contract.

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Sillinger To Long Island

from the New York Islanders,

Mike Sillinger, one of the game's top defensive centers and a 32-goal scorer last season, is now a member of the New York Islanders. The Islanders signed the 35-year old Sillinger to a three-year contract late last night.

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That Darn Fax Machine

from Sports Bladet (rough translation follows),

John Oduya is a lot of near a NHL-kontrakt with N J Devils. The parties are verbal agreed and the transition to be presented shortly. John new Oduya chose before the past season to change klubb from Djurgården to Frölunda. In Gothenburg might Oduya sensible that he can last more than lasting a tough player and became a regular member in three sek on kuppen. Now, he has negotiated with N J Devils and this night agreed the parties about an one oar contract. The only problem each that Johnny Oduya did not have access to a fax and could thereby not to sign the contract.

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Just Like That He Was Gone

from Canada.com,

With the type of speed he normally uses to slice his way up the ice, Ed Jovanovski was plucked off the free-agent market and away from the Vancouver Canucks by Wayne Gretzky's Phoenix Coyotes. Just hours after the NHL's free-agency period began Saturday at 9 a.m., Jovanovski signed a five-year, $32.5-million US deal with the Coyotes. He chose it over a second deal Phoenix tabled, a four-year, $28-million offer. Both contracts easily trumped an offer from Florida. There was no way the Canucks, with their salary commitments, could offer anywhere near that kind of money. They never made an offer.

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