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Looks like lots of deals are getting done...Hope we can also sign Hamonic..

This is  from ProhockeyRumors.com...So man signings  tonight before UFA opens..

Nick Ritchie 6'4, 230lbs free to sign, Boston never qualified him....

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1 minute ago, wildcam said:

Looks like lots of deals are getting done...Hope we can also sign Hamonic..

This is  from ProhockeyRumors.com...So man signings  tonight before UFA opens..

Nick Ritchie 6'4, 230lbs free to sign, Boston never qualified him....

I am okay will these signings...

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Like them except for Gusev.

 

Were trying to get bigger not smaller. A team with Hoglander, Garland, and Gusev is too small. Even if the first two play high energy.

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2 minutes ago, wildcam said:

Go to site check out signings... Unreal...Edler signed  glad its not with us..

Edler can't sign nor can any one else till ufa opens

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Like them except for Gusev.

 

Were trying to get bigger not smaller. A team with Hoglander, Garland, and Gusev is too small. Even if the first two play high energy.

Benning isn't done yet...Hope we can sign Ritchie, 6'4, 230..s

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5 minutes ago, wildcam said:

Go to site check out signings... Unreal...Edler signed  glad its not with us..

Doesn't matter man - you gotta post in this forum by the rules

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Someone's just taken their first puff of marujuwana.

 

Also, these are FREAKING predictions.

 

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28. Cody Ceci – Vancouver Canucks – 2 years, $4.4MM After getting through the media meat grinder in Toronto, Ceci quietly took a deal in Pittsburgh and did his job quite well. When the Penguins had nearly the entire defense corps on the shelf, he even had a stretch login upwards of 23 minutes a night. That’s not where Ceci should be sitting, but in a depth role he can be effective enough.

 

33. Jaroslav Halak – Vancouver Canucks – 1 year, $2.6MM Selected in the ninth round of the 2003 draft, Halak has done his best to dispel the idea that short goaltenders can’t compete. He has a 281-173-62 record over a 15 year career with a strong .916 save percentage. While his role in Boston decreased as younger options emerged, there’s an argument to be made that he’s the best backup goaltender in the league and should find his way to a contract once again.

 

41. Nikita Gusev – Vancouver Canucks – 1 year, $2MM Wanted by the entire NHL after his 82-point season in the KHL, Gusev burst onto the scene with the Devils in 2019-20 with 44 points in 66 games. That offensive production completely dried up last season with just ten points in 31 games, and Gusev failed to even crack the Panthers lineup in the postseason. Still, at just 29, if he wants to stay in North America there will certainly be teams willing to take a chance on the Russian forward.

 

I guess we will find out tomorrow if these are true...

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1 minute ago, Elias Pettersson said:

28. Cody Ceci – Vancouver Canucks – 2 years, $4.4MM After getting through the media meat grinder in Toronto, Ceci quietly took a deal in Pittsburgh and did his job quite well. When the Penguins had nearly the entire defense corps on the shelf, he even had a stretch login upwards of 23 minutes a night. That’s not where Ceci should be sitting, but in a depth role he can be effective enough.

 

33. Jaroslav Halak – Vancouver Canucks – 1 year, $2.6MM Selected in the ninth round of the 2003 draft, Halak has done his best to dispel the idea that short goaltenders can’t compete. He has a 281-173-62 record over a 15 year career with a strong .916 save percentage. While his role in Boston decreased as younger options emerged, there’s an argument to be made that he’s the best backup goaltender in the league and should find his way to a contract once again.

 

41. Nikita Gusev – Vancouver Canucks – 1 year, $2MM Wanted by the entire NHL after his 82-point season in the KHL, Gusev burst onto the scene with the Devils in 2019-20 with 44 points in 66 games. That offensive production completely dried up last season with just ten points in 31 games, and Gusev failed to even crack the Panthers lineup in the postseason. Still, at just 29, if he wants to stay in North America there will certainly be teams willing to take a chance on the Russian forward.

 

I guess we will find out tomorrow if these are true...

 They're not.

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