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Ducks sign Daniel Winnik to two-year deal worth $3.6 million. $1.8M for each.— Eric Stephens (@icemancometh) July 20, 2012
TSN, Sportsnet and Pierre LeBrun all reporting bits of the trade.
Will finalize when all details are in.
added 2:05pm, via Adrian Dater tweet,
Avs get SJ’s McGinn and Mike Connelly and Michael Sgarbossa
This morning’s salute to the top three stars from last night’s NHL contests:
***Cheers to Jaroslav Halak of the St. Louis Blues, who stopped 24 shots in Nashville to top the Predators, handing the home club their first regulation loss of the season. This was Halak’s second consecutive shutout, after blanking Pittsburgh on Saturday and the former Montreal Canadien now boasts a scoreless streak of 151:15 dating back to a second period goal by Chicago’s Brent Seabrook last Friday. So far this year, Halak is certainly proving that last season’s playoff success was no fluke, with a 1.55 goals-against average and a .939 save percentage.
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DENVER – The Colorado Avalanche Hockey Club announced today that the team has agreed to terms with defenseman Kyle Quincey and forward Daniel Winnik each to a two-year contract. Both players were restricted free agents.
“We are pleased to have Kyle and Daniel under contract,” said Avalanche General Manager / Executive Vice President Greg Sherman. “Kyle was a big part of our defense last season and we expect him to continue in that role. As I stated earlier this week, we are counting on Daniel to be an important part of our team.”