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#12511 Bombastik der Teutone

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 09:05 AM

TRADE: The St. Louis Blues have made a trade with the New York Rangers.

To STL:
Alexander Sulzer

To NYR:
Kevin Klein


the st.louis blues wants to welcome alexander sulzer to our organisation and wishes kevin klein all the best with the rangers.
we hope that alex will bring up his numbers like he had in the last 1/4 of the season. further i guess he will be happy to play with his countrymens marcel goc and ......uuups....upcoming...lol


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#12512 Bombastik der Teutone

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 09:08 AM

2 points would have been all you needed... :P


yes 2 points

well..this would have been my first points in the conference finals ....

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#12513 Bombastik der Teutone

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 09:25 AM

Waivers: The St.Louis Blues places Jamal Mayers on the Waivers

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 09:32 AM

From the desk of Primal O.

It is with great sadness, and even greater optimism that we have completed these three deals. Absolutely none of these players would be playing anywhere else but in a Rangers Jersey for a great many years if we had all our other puzzle pieces in order. In this era of capology and required depth in order to compete for the big prize, you have to give to get. The Rangers feel that any one of Tom, Christian, Nick or Alexander are great individual players, and we were honoured to have them in our organization, collectively they may comprise a very good group of roster players for any team in the league, and so it was with a lot of thought and effort that they were moved in order to address the core needs of the team going forward.

What we have acquired with John Moore, Brian Dumoulin, Mike Murphy and Kevin Klein is self evident, and yet very important to the club. We have shored up our back end, from the net to the blueline, by adding quality depth to an already highly talented core group. What you don't see in the press releases is that we got bigger, younger, faster with 6'1", 6'3" and 6'4" dmen coming in at an average age of 23. We project these three guys, 1st and 2nd rounders all, to add balance to our veteran experience on the Blue Line.

While Mike Murphy may not be your prototypical young NHL prospect netminder, just watching him play one game will turn your head, as he stands on his. Pure Athleticism makes this guy a standout, and worthy of having on the farm. 21-11-3 with the Checkers in 2010-11 posting a 2.53 GAA and .919 s%. This past season saw him take a couple NHL appearances where he won the dubious record of being the only goalie in NHL history to record a loss in a season where he allowed zero goals against. 36 minutes in net, no goals against, one loss with the NHL's Carolina Huricanes. We believe this young athlete may rewrite the rules on goaltender size, at a slight 5'11" and 172 pounds, we are excited to have him.

We regret having to give up such great talent in order to bring in great talent, but that is the stuff hockey trades are made from. All the best to our outgoing and incoming players for the coming year, and beyond.

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 09:36 AM

TRADE: The Vancouver Canucks have made a trade with the Florida Panthers.

To FLA:
Matt Hackett
Jonathan Blum
Jordan Schroeder
Samuel Pahlsson
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To VAN:
Milan Michalek
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Posted 22 May 2012 - 09:42 AM

TRADE: The New Jersey Devils have completed a trade with the Vancouver Canucks.

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VAN 2012 2nd Round Draft Selection

To VAN:
Sami Salo

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 09:43 AM

From the desk of Primal O.

It is with great sadness, and even greater optimism that we have completed these three deals. Absolutely none of these players would be playing anywhere else but in a Rangers Jersey for a great many years if we had all our other puzzle pieces in order. In this era of capology and required depth in order to compete for the big prize, you have to give to get. The Rangers feel that any one of Tom, Christian, Nick or Alexander are great individual players, and we were honoured to have them in our organization, collectively they may comprise a very good group of roster players for any team in the league, and so it was with a lot of thought and effort that they were moved in order to address the core needs of the team going forward.

What we have acquired with John Moore, Brian Dumoulin, Mike Murphy and Kevin Klein is self evident, and yet very important to the club. We have shored up our back end, from the net to the blueline, by adding quality depth to an already highly talented core group. What you don't see in the press releases is that we got bigger, younger, faster with 6'1", 6'3" and 6'4" dmen coming in at an average age of 23. We project these three guys, 1st and 2nd rounders all, to add balance to our veteran experience on the Blue Line.

While Mike Murphy may not be your prototypical young NHL prospect netminder, just watching him play one game will turn your head, as he stands on his. Pure Athleticism makes this guy a standout, and worthy of having on the farm. 21-11-3 with the Checkers in 2010-11 posting a 2.53 GAA and .919 s%. This past season saw him take a couple NHL appearances where he won the dubious record of being the only goalie in NHL history to record a loss in a season where he allowed zero goals against. 36 minutes in net, no goals against, one loss with the NHL's Carolina Huricanes. We believe this young athlete may rewrite the rules on goaltender size, at a slight 5'11" and 172 pounds, we are excited to have him.

We regret having to give up such great talent in order to bring in great talent, but that is the stuff hockey trades are made from. All the best to our outgoing and incoming players for the coming year, and beyond.


I hate to do this.

But Mike Murphy just announced on his twitter that he is going to the KHL.
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Posted 22 May 2012 - 09:53 AM

I hate to do this.

But Mike Murphy just announced on his twitter that he is going to the KHL.

No worries. He is young, wasn't intended to play on the big team this year, and as with many N.A. players, will likely be back this way shortly. But thanks for the heads up, I hadn't seen that.

WOW, literally an hour ago...meh..the deal was made in good faith, I am okay with that. He is still one to watch, gonna enjoy having him on the junior clubs roster.

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 10:12 AM

SIGNING: The Carolina Hurricanes have re-signed D Milan Jurcina to a 1 year, $1.8 million contract
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Posted 22 May 2012 - 10:13 AM

SIGNING: The Dallas Stars have re-signed D Nikita Nikitin to a 4 year, $8 million contract ($2.0 million per season)
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Posted 22 May 2012 - 10:30 AM

Blues News


While most of our Players are Golfing , Goalie Ben Scrivens is still pretty Active in the AHL and running for the Calder Cup Throphy.

He´s leading the the Goalie List ( i dont count Janus as 1st with just 4 Games Played) with 9 Wins and 2 Shutouts in 11 Games. A GAA of 1,81 and a SV% of 0,937 speaking for themself.

This makes us confident that Ben will see more NHL Icetime next Season.

We hope that he will reach the Finals and Win them :)



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Posted 22 May 2012 - 11:19 AM

The New York Rangers front office staff confirm that the team has committed a minimum of 8 million dollars of its 35 million fund for Medical/Training facilities for the 2012-2013 season. Previously the team has committed at least 14 million to its Minor league budget for the coming year.

This represents 22 million in spending announcements so far, involving the 2012-2013 season. More announcements are expected to be made closer to the deadline for setting the Front Office Budget for the year.

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 12:59 PM

Sorry Guys for being MIA for the last month or so. A whole lot of sh...stuff going on.

Did I miss anything important? Any deadlines looming?

If I recall we have to sign our 2010 draftees by June 1st, right?

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 01:00 PM

Sorry Guys for being MIA for the last month or so. A whole lot of sh...stuff going on.

Did I miss anything important? Any deadlines looming?

If I recall we have to sign our 2010 draftees by June 1st, right?


If you haven't already done so -- submit your depth chart to Curt (of signed players and minors)

2010 draft pick deadline is June 15.
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Posted 22 May 2012 - 01:16 PM

TRADE: The Vancouver Canucks have made a trade with the Florida Panthers.

To FLA:
Matt Hackett
Jonathan Blum
Jordan Schroeder
Samuel Pahlsson
Future Considerations

To VAN:
Milan Michalek
Philip McRae
Robert Bortuzzo


interesting one...poor milan is going from team to team now????

this gives florida a hugh goalie depth though..crawford,theodore,hackett is not that bad




nice to see ya back CON

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 01:23 PM

I am going to be out of town basically all summer. I'm leaving June 6th, and I'll be back in the middle of August. Any one that wants to negotiate any deals with me should do so sooner than later cause I have no clue if/when I will have any intenet access.

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 02:46 PM

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It's no secret that Vancouver GM, Cal and Gary has been extremely busy these past couple of weeks as another flurry of trades involving said Canucks was announced this morning by the league's head offices. "We had a lot of holes on our roster going into this particular offseason and it's my duty as the general manager to try and find a way to fill those holes. A lot of tough decisions were made over the past couple of weeks that may come back to bite us in the behind. We gave up a lot of high upside guys in some of these deals," said Cal and Gary.

The first trade involved dealing Max Pacioretty, who looks to be a player who has all the tools to be a consistent 30 goal scorer in this league, to the Oilers for defensive stalwart: Brent Seabrook. "Looking at the free agent class in terms of defensemen this summer, there wasn't anyone who really stood out to us as the perfect complementary guy on our second pairing with Voynov. When Seabrook was made available, it was a deal I had to make. It was a difficult deal because I think Max Pacioretty is going to be one hell of a scorer, but at the end of the day, we had no one on our present roster that could potentially step up and play in a top 4 role on our blueline this season." Along with Seabrook, came restricted free agent Trevor Lewis. "We like his speed, work ethic, and believe that he has the ability to score some goals for us as well. He's going to be a staple for us on our bottom 6 going forward."

Probably one of the more shocking trades that was made by the Canucks was dealing Jakub Voracek to the Sabres. "We had no intent on dealing Voracek going into the offseason; however, my policy as a GM is to listen on any player because sometimes their offer can surprise you as it did in this instance. Andy McDonald gives us a veteran presence and fills a massive hole at our second center position and we still feel that he can produce fairly consistently in this league. The two prospects we received in this deal as well are two players that we are very high on. Jared Knight has the upside of a 30-30 guy who's also a tenacious forechecker. Those types of players are rare within itself and rarely become available in trade. The only way to acquire those types of players is basically through drafting and developing them within your organization. Peter Holland is also a guy we've had our eye on for quite some time: love his size and strength and has one hell of a shot that will make him a great scorer in this league very soon."

When the Vancouver Canucks acquired Seabrook, it was obvious that they had one too many blueliners on the roster and one of them had to go, John Moore was the defenseman that was traded, along with prospect Brian Dumoulin for third line center Nick Spaling and prospect Christian Thomas. "We've been after Spaling for quite some time now and are glad that we were finally able to acquire him," said Cal and Gary. Nick Spaling plays a two-way game that Vancouver's scouts absolutely love and they truly believe that he'll grow into one of the best shutdown centers in due time. Along with Spaling, Vancouver was able to acquire Christian Thomas: a small forward who plays an aggressive type of game with great offensive instincts. Thomas will have to bulk up and prove that he won't be easy to knock off the puck before he's ready for the NHL; something that the Vancouver scouts believe he'll be able to accomplish soon.

"When Sami Salo became available, the fact that we didn't have to give up any of our prospects or a roster player became very attractive for us. We felt that Sami was the perfect finishing piece to our defensive core and the perfect defensive partner for young rookie Justin Schultz to mentor and help him develop into the consummate professional going forward," said Cal and Gary.

"When I traded away Pacioretty, a whole opened up on the left wing and we were extremely intrigued and aggressive when we found out that Milan Michalek was made available for the right price," said Cal and Gary. Going into the offseason, Vancouver knew that they had to trade one of their goaltending prospects, Hackett or Lack, believing that it was only fair for their development that they get as much playing time as possible while the other doesn't have to sit. "We were quite fortunate that Hackett was highly coveted by the Florida organization, which made this deal much smoother in terms of the negotiation process. Involving Blum and Schroeder was not easy, but through our previous deals of acquiring both veteran Sami Salo and prospect Peter Holland, while having Colborne as well, we believed that we could afford to give these players up in the deal," replied Cal and Gary.

After all these trades, are the Vancouver Canucks done? "No, we're not done yet. While we've successfully accomplished filling our biggest holes on our roster, we still would like to add another top 6 center so that Skinner can play the wing and we'd like to add a third line right winger to compliment Gustav and Nick," said Cal and Gary.

"Our goal is to consistently compete for the Stanley Cup. We feel that going into next year, we're in a much better position than we were going into last year. We're really close," said Cal and Gary. Upon looking at the depth chart Vancouver's fans and media can't agree that GM Cal and Gary's statement isn't a far stretch at all.

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 02:47 PM

interesting one...poor milan is going from team to team now????

this gives florida a hugh goalie depth though..crawford,theodore,hackett is not that bad





nice to see ya back CON


With our salary situation up front, and our commitment to them, we felt that gaining more depth elsewhere, notably in the minor league system and in net, Hackett will be a very good goaltender in this league, Blum will be given the opportunity to bounce back next season and become an impact defenseman, and Schroeder has a huge upside and may very well be given a shot as earlier as next year with the injury to Ryan Kesler.

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 02:57 PM

Vancouver Canucks Updated Depth Chart


James Van Riemsdyk - Jeff Skinner - Kyle Okposo

Milan Michalek - Andy McDonald - Alex Steen

Gustav Nyquist - Nick Spaling - Matt Martin

Andrew Brunette - Trevor Lewis - Eric Tangradi


Zdeno Chara - Alex Pietrangelo

Brent Seabrook - Slava Voynov

Sami Salo - Justin Schultz


Jonas Hiller

Eddie Lack


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David Ullstrom - Joe Colborne - Jared Knight

Curtis Hamilton - Peter Holland - Austin Watson

Matthew Calvert - Philip McRae - Christian Thomas

______________ - Oscar Lindberg - Corey Cowick


Colby Robak - Kevin Connauton

Brenden Dillon - Robert Bortuzzo


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Posted 22 May 2012 - 02:59 PM

I am going to be out of town basically all summer. I'm leaving June 6th, and I'll be back in the middle of August. Any one that wants to negotiate any deals with me should do so sooner than later cause I have no clue if/when I will have any intenet access.

sounds like an adventure!

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 03:01 PM

Rumour: Sources are confirming that Alex Steen has been made available by the Vancouver Canucks. Contact Vancouver GM Cal and Gary via PM or MSN if interested.

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 03:05 PM

QUESTION..

Looking back at all the trades I have made there are a couple picks that I don't have,that I should.
Like San Jose 3rd round pick.

I will double check to see If I then traded it.
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Posted 22 May 2012 - 03:05 PM

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 03:57 PM

SIGNING: The Carolina Hurricanes have re-signed D Milan Jurcina to a 1 year, $1.8 million contract


Very happy to have him aboard.
With that the Carolina hurricanes defense now looks
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Posted 22 May 2012 - 04:08 PM

Who are the player agents?
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Posted 22 May 2012 - 04:20 PM

Who are the player agents?

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 05:08 PM

Signing: The Calgary Flames have re-signed UFA D Roman Polak to a four-year contract.

Roman Polak - 4-year deal worth $10.8 million ($2.7m per season).

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 05:16 PM

Signing: The Calgary Flames have re-signed RFA F Mikael Backlund to a three-year contract.

Mikael Backlund - 3-year deal worth $5.7 million ($1.9m per season).

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 05:20 PM

Signing: The Calgary Flames have re-signed UFA D Roman Polak to a four-year contract.

Roman Polak - 4-year deal worth $10.8 million ($2.7m per season).

The Calgary Flames are very happy to have Roman returning to our club. He was a great addition to our blueline last season and we look forward to him being there for the next 4 years.

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 05:21 PM

Signing: The New York Rangers have re-signed UFA F David Moss to a two-year contract.

David Moss - 2-year deal worth $3.7 million ($1.85m per season).

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