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LTIR: The Carolina Hurricanes place F Colby Armstrong on the LTIR.

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LTIR: The Calgary Flames place F Kris Versteeg on the LTIR.

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LTIR: The Washington Capitals place F Rene Bourque on the LTIR.

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just noticed that Steve Mason still has a contract till 2014 @ CDCGML

hope he gets a new one in real...wherever..could solve my Goalie issues

and cuz Minny moved Hackett to Buffalo..Kuemper is the new No.2 there.....we´ll keep an eye on him.

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Hmm... two minors teams named the Rockets... only a 2 and a half hour drive from each other.... :huh: Alright, easy fix.

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Winnipeg Jets have changed their minor league affiliate's name to the Revelstoke Grizzlies. A formal announcement will be made shortly.

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Curt, how do I get access to all the spreadsheets on google drive? I know I used to have it but now I have to go through page 1 of the thread and it is a pain. Can you set up access for me at this email

whatthenuckgml@gmail.com

Thanks in advance.

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Curt, how do I get access to all the spreadsheets on google drive? I know I used to have it but now I have to go through page 1 of the thread and it is a pain. Can you set up access for me at this email

whatthenuckgml@gmail.com

Thanks in advance.

It should be the same as before. If you go to each page, they should show up under viewed documents on your My Drive.

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Anaheim Ducks post-deadline

Dustin Penner - Tyler Bozak - Joffrey Lupul

Gabriel Bourque - Sean Couturier - Patric Hornqvist

Zack Smith - JT Miller - Chris Thorburn

Ben Eager - Michael Haley - Tim Jackman

Ryan McDonagh - Brad Stuart

Douglas Murray - Zbynek Michalek

Chris Phillips - Mark

Matt Taormina - Mike Komisarek

Pekka Rinne

Al Montoya

California Golden Seals

Linus Omark - Tim Connolly - Tomas Kubalik

Mark Stone - Eric O'Dell - Zach Budish

Brad Winchester - Marek Viedensky - Anthony Stewart

Alexandre Bolduc - Cam Janssen

Nathan McIver - Brett Clark

Dylan Reese - Brent Regner

Chet Pickard

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Actually, maybe I am thinking of my minor team in my other league...... :)

I might be the Kootenay Ice in this league...and I am cool with that.

It's all good, the local hockey team here is called the Revelstoke Grizzlies so no worries. :P

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just noticed that Steve Mason still has a contract till 2014 @ CDCGML

hope he gets a new one in real...wherever..could solve my Goalie issues

and cuz Minny moved Hackett to Buffalo..Kuemper is the new No.2 there.....we´ll keep an eye on him.

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Rumour this morning is Philadelphia already is signing Mason to a 1 year extension

Sign Mason, buy out Bryzgalov.

Sign veteran backup for Mason in case he falters. If he does, then they can go get another goalie via trade or free agency. If not, re-sign Mason and goalie problem finally solved!

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Rumour this morning is Philadelphia already is signing Mason to a 1 year extension

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Sign Mason, buy out Bryzgalov.

Sign veteran backup for Mason in case he falters. If he does, then they can go get another goalie via trade or free agency. If not, re-sign Mason and goalie problem finally solved!

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What I heard on TSN yesterday when STeve was moved to Philly was they will use the buyout clause in the new CBA to buy out Bryz outside the cap and Then its Mason's job to lose. He has a lot of talent, but went sideways in CBJ. I couldnt justify his 3.33m cap hit for his 35 pool points. that is about a million per win. bleck.

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When The Washington Capitals traded for Sergei Gonchar about a week ago da.moose made it quite clear that his team was looking to compete for the cup this season. Fans in Washington had a very exciting deadline day with two trades announced by the league as well as one UFA signing.

Here is what the Capitals General Manager had to say about the deals he made.

To Washington:

Sergei Gonchar

Conditional 2nd round pick 2014

To New York Rangers:

Marcus Foligno

Chris Brown

Dallas 2nd round pick 2013

This trade got us a top offensive defenseman to play on the 2nd pairing. With both Enstrom and Yandle playing on the first pairing our team was lacking offensively when they weren’t on the ice. JakoAdding Gonchar to the lineup was the first piece we felt we needed to add in order to compete with the top teams in the league this season and next season.

The biggest piece we lost in this deal was obviously Marcus Foligno. He is a young man that is showing loads of potential. At this point we believe that Foligno is the furthest into his development of any of our 2009 drafted players outside of Evander Kane. Losing him will hurt long term but we feel we have the pieces in our organization that allowed us to make this move without losing out on too much production in the future. This trade really speaks of the confidence we have in Jakob Silfverberg, Zack Kassian, and Chris Kreider moving forward.

Signing: Tom Kostopoulos/2 years 1.2 million dollars (600k per season)

Come playoff time, teams can never have too much depth. Tom has been in the league for a long time now and has proven what he is capable of. We are very happy to have him as an option in the system and feel comfortable playing him in important playoff situations.

To Washington:

Rene Bourque

Calgary 3rd round pick 2014

To Calgary:

Matt Halischuk

Washington 2nd round pick 2013

This was a trade that I had been discussing with Zen for quite some time. Our organization knows what Bourque can bring to the table. He played for us during the 2010-11 season and scored 27 goals. Since then he has struggled and has been moved a couple of times. Injuries have really hurt him and it was tough watching this happen to a player that was recently part of the Washington Capitals family. We decided that he would still be a great fit and once he recovers will have the opportunity to settle back in with his former teammates in a system that he feels comfortable in. We know that Bourque is a big body that can score and possess the puck in the offensive zone. When we lost Foligno, we thought that an older and more experienced Rene Bourque would be an ideal replacement.

Losing Matt Halischuk stings. He has developed in our system and has always felt like a bit of an underdog. He works so hard and pushes lots of the bigger name players for jobs. He seems to perform best when it matters most. We were planning on bringing him back next season but the Calgary Flames seem to see what we see in Matt. We hope that he flourishes in the Flames system and would love to bring him back to Washington if the opportunity ever arises.

Signing: Jay Pandolfo/1 year 1.2 million dollars

Jay is another player that we have been in negotiations with for quite some time now. He has played with a few of the guys on this team and can log 10 minutes a night in a shutdown role. He has been there before and is the type that will make his biggest contributions the deeper we go into the playoffs.

To Washington:

Andrew Cogliano

To Philadelphia:

Montreal 2nd 2013

Washington 3rd 2013

Carolina 2nd 2014

Calgary 3rd 2014

This was another deal that we had been working on for a while. We knew that if we wanted to compete we needed to have more offensive production from our 3rd line. We wanted a young player that could continue to develop in Washington but someone that was ready to compete in the playoffs this season. It was also important to us that all the trades we made were for players that were under contract next season at a price that we could fit under the salary cap.

There were two players that we pushed very hard for; one of which was Andrew Cogliano. This deal went from what we thought was a strong possibility to a far out chance. The opposite happened with the other deal. There was a point yesterday when we thought we wouldn’t get Cogliano but we might get the other guy. Then it seemed we probably wouldn’t get either guy. Finally close to the end of the night This deal seemed very promising. I was out at a charity event at a casino and my phone died. I thought I was done. I was on the phone with my assistant GM who was on my account on CDC. It was nearing the final minutes on my dad’s phone with terrible wifi connection when I was pushing to get this deal finalized. Strombone was ready to go back on our deal at that time and I was put into a situation where I had to add another 2014 3rd round pick to get it done. With the terrible connection I couldn’t get on my messenger on CDC with the trade confirmation thread ready for my signature until about 9:58 pm when I confirmed the deal. There was less than 90 second to go until the trade deadline and I was ecstatic to get the deal done. Felt like a real NHL General Manager for the night.

All and all, this team is now geared up for the playoffs as well as for next season. We believe that we have improved our team and are much closer to winning a Stanley Cup than we were a week ago.

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Curt, how do I get access to all the spreadsheets on google drive? I know I used to have it but now I have to go through page 1 of the thread and it is a pain. Can you set up access for me at this email

whatthenuckgml@gmail.com

Thanks in advance.

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No deals for the Avs on deadline day tho not for lack of trying. But I feel the team has improved in the past 2 months and we will go into summer looking to continue the rebuild and push for a playoff spot in 2013-14!

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WARNING: Long read

TRADE: The Florida Panthers have completed a trade with the Tampa Bay Lightning.

To FLA:

Matt Niskanen

To TB:

Johan Larsson

FLA 2013 1st Round Draft Selection

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Pending LTIR claim, Minnesota recalls F Mikael Granlund.

EDIT: LTIR approval, not claim....:)

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ASSIGNMENT: The Winnipeg Jets assign Eric Tangradi to the Revelstoke Grizzlies.

RECALL: The Winnipeg Jets recall Tyson Barrie from Revelstoke.

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