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Gaborik Signs with Rangers, 5 Years

From Darren Dreger via Twitter:

TSN is reporting Gaborik to the Rangers. 5 years x $5.75 [million]

Update 5:23pm ET: From TSN

Former Minnesota Wild winger Marian Gaborik has agreed to a five-year contract with the New York Rangers.

The Slovakian forward will earn $5.75 million per year.


Update 5.29pm ET: UPDATED SALARY—TSN corrected their story, now saying the salary amount is 5 years at $7.5 million.

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Columbus Signs Mathieu Garon

From Aaron Portzline at Puck-rakers:

The Blue Jackets have signed free agent goaltender Mathieu Garon to a two-year contract worth $1.2 million per season, The Dispatch has learned.

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Oilers Re-Sign Jason Strudwick, 1 Year

via Sportsnet’s tracker, Jason Strudwick has signed a 1 year, $700K deal with the Edmonton Oilers.

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NHL Does Well In The Ultimate Standings

NEW YORK (July 1, 2009) – Five NHL teams are among the Top 10 professional sports franchises when it comes to paying fans back for their investment of time, money and passion, according to ESPN the Magazine’s Ultimate Standings report. The Carolina Hurricanes are the top ranked NHL franchise and second overall among all professional sports teams, followed by the Detroit Red Wings (#4), Washington Capitals (#6), Pittsburgh Penguins (#8) and St. Louis Blues (#10).  This marks the most NHL teams ever represented among the Top 10 in the report’s seven-year history. The full report is available in the current issue of ESPN the Magazine on newsstands Friday.

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Gaborik Asking Price

via Michael Russo’s Twitter,

Source: Agent Ron Salcer asking today for 10-year, $75 million deal for Gaborik

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Scuderi May Be Too Expensive For Pens

via Pierre LeBrun of ESPN,

Here’s what I’m hearing on Rob Scuderi. I’m told “4-5 teams” are in the hunt for the solid free-agent blueliner. I’m told the Pittsburgh Penguins will hear again from their camp as a courtesy, but it’s unlikely the team will have enough cap space to match.

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Columbus Signs Sami Pahlsson, 3 Years

From Aaron Portzline at Puck-rakers:

The Blue Jackets have signed center Sami Pahlsson to a three-year contract worth $7.95 million, The Dispatch has learned. That’s an annual average salary of $2.65 million.

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Update 7:06pm ET:  From the Blue Jackets—

“Sami Pahlsson is a very good two-way center who can play against the top players in the league and strengthens our hockey club at the center ice position,” said Howson.  “He won a Stanley Cup with Anaheim two years ago, played in the Finals in 2003 and won a gold medal with Sweden at the last Olympics, so he brings valuable experience at the highest level of competition to our dressing room.”

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Steve Sullivan Signs 2 Year Extension with Predators

From Darren Dreger, via Twitter:

Sullivan agrees to 2 year extension with Nashvile. $3.75 [million] per year says TSN.

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Boston Signs Steve Begin, 1 Year

via TSN’s tracker, Steve Begin signs with the Boston Bruins for 1 year for 850K

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Komisarek Signed by the Leafs

Bob McKenzie on TSN is reporting that Mike Komisarek has been signed by the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Details are being worked out. 

More soon.

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

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