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via TSN’s tracker, Steve Begin signs with the Boston Bruins for 1 year for 850K
Bob McKenzie on TSN is reporting that Mike Komisarek has been signed by the Toronto Maple Leafs. Details are being worked out.
Update 2:59pm ET: TSN—
Defenceman Mike Komisarek is now a Toronto Maple Leaf.
Update 6:06pm ET: From Kevin Allen of USA Today, via Twitter—
Toronto has signed MIke Komisarek for five years at $4.5 million per year.
Update 8:18pm ET: From Darren Dreger’s Twitter—
Komisarek’s deal includes limted no-trade. He submits a list of 12 teams per year he would accept a trade to
According to TSN’s tracker Vernon Fiddler has been signed for 2 years, $2.2 million.
Bob McKenzie on TSN reports that the Minnesota Wild have signed Greg Zanon for 3 year, $5.2 million total.
According to Sportsnet’s trade tracker, Mike Cammalleri has been signed by the Montreal Canadiens for 5 years, $6 million per year.
Update 8:07 pm ET: From the Canadiens—
The Habs weren’t the only NHL team trying to woo the shifty winger, who is coming off a career year with the Flames that saw him notch a career-high 39 goals and 82 points this past season.
“There were about four or five teams interested, but Bob Gainey showed interest right away,” admitted Cammalleri. “I’ve got a ton of respect for Bob Gainey and Jacques Martin. The Canadiens wanted me and showed me the commitment I was looking for.”
According to the TSN tracker, David Koci has now signed with the Colorado Avalanche for 1 year, 575K.
According to TSN, Kent Huskins has re-signed with San Jose Sharks, 2 years, $1.7 million per year.
Link not yet available.
“This deal did not affect our core moving forward, that was appealing to us.”
-Dale Tallon on the Hossa signing. via Craig Custance’s Twitter.
TSN reports Mike Rupp signs with the Pittsburgh Penguins, 2 years, $1.65 million.
No link available as yet.
*spelling error corrected. whoops!
per Sportsnet Tracker Hall Gill has signed with the Canadiens. No terms yet.
added 4:47pm, TSN reporting 2yr, $4.5M.
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