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  • Posted 12/17/2013 09:48:31 EST

    Bob McKenzie noted it first but one thing I think that Thornton may be bringing up in his appeal is the Scott Walker/Aaron Ward incident from a few years ago. Walker suckers Ward, knocks him out, he m more »

  • Posted 09/17/2013 11:21:12 EDT

    Geez....this kid is as bad of a fighter as Ulf was.

    He's getting ragdolled the same way Cam used to rag doll his dad...

     

    http://www.hockeyfights.com/fights/117758

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  • Posted 04/05/2013 07:00:32 EDT

    They lost in semi-final four games to one...so he's officially "free" to head over here as soon as a contract etc. can be worked out.

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  • Posted 03/28/2012 10:46:22 EDT

    Bob McKenzie and others have the B's as one of three finalists to sign J.T. Brown from UND. I like these moves. If they don't pan out, only costs you some $.  If they do pan out gives you valuable dep more »

  • Posted 02/13/2012 10:44:41 EST

    Various news sources are reporting that the league and players are discussing adding an "amnesty clause" to the new CBA which would allow teams to buy out a player on their team WITHOUT the correspond more »

  • Forum Post: Some OHL notes

    Posted 10/17/2011 05:33:58 EDT

    Just a couple of quick notes on our guys in the OHL.... 1) Camara and Spooner's teams suck.  They're like 3-19 combined so far.  As a result neither one is doing anything (yet).  Spooner's team is ave more »

  • Forum Post: Small move

    Posted 06/29/2011 10:59:24 EDT

    This coming from a man who's so "respected" half the people who read this board have you on ignore...and you wonder why... In Response to Re: Small move: [QUOTE]are you totally insane? he bites! Poste more »

  • Forum Post: Small move

    Posted 06/29/2011 10:48:18 EDT

    One name I'm not seeing anyone mention as a possible fit in Boston (to take Recchi's spot) is Kobasew. He's unrestricted, won't cost much, was well liked in the room while in Boston, gives CJ another more »

  • Forum Post: Trade prediction

    Posted 02/15/2011 11:18:42 EST

    Within 24 hours I predict a trade very similar to this will be made.. Kaberle and 3rd rounder Tor got from Phily for Wheeler, 2nd rounder from Bos (min pick) and probably Kampfer or prospect. Kelly fi more »

  • Forum Post: Cap hit on Kelly

    Posted 02/15/2011 11:07:22 EST

    Is roughly 2.1 million for next year...OR the same as Blake Wheeler....

    HMM...

    Doubt he can afford both next year to play on the 3rd/4th lines...
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  • Posted 02/15/2011 11:00:03 EST

    Deal might make more sense if Wheeler is about to be shipped to Toronto in a deal for Kaberle tomorrow. That way we have a forward to plug in for him. That's about the only way I see that working. Kel more »

  • Posted 02/15/2011 10:56:04 EST

    That's the "big trade" according to sportsnet.ca

    Give me a BREAK!
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  • Posted 02/07/2011 11:18:23 EST

    Neil signed a deal this year at 2m per season for Ott.  That's a lot of change in the salary cap era for a 4th line forward..Thornton makes about 1/3 of that for example and his #'s this year are bett more »

  • Posted 02/06/2011 11:46:18 EST

    While I agree with many posters thoughts on the appropriate "value" for Kaberle, I think you're missing one HUGE point. He is an UFA at the end of the year and he has a NO TRADE clause. HE's also said more »

  • Posted 01/25/2011 10:21:16 EST

    Leafs next ten games are KEY to how they finish IMO. They have roughly 30 games left...they have 43 points. If they play .500 hockey and win say 1/2 their remaining games they'll end up with roughly 7 more »

  • Forum Post: OHL Update

    Posted 11/08/2010 04:33:53 EST

    Update tonight... Spooner had 2 goals and an assist in the Petes 5-4 loss. He now has 9-9=18 totals on the year in only 11 games. Also Cunningham continues to lead the WHL in scoring (although he was more »

  • Posted 08/10/2010 11:40:19 EDT



    LOL...if Savard is ruled to be a FA...bury Ryder in the minors and with his 4 million/Savy's $4 million and a couple of tweaks we can sign Kovy ourselves!


    :0
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  • Posted 07/29/2010 09:07:14 EDT

    Per Fluto...2.2 milllion...which is lower than I thought he'd get...B's are probably slightly happy...

    Now at least they know what their costs are the rest of the way...with both him and Seguin.
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  • Posted 07/10/2010 07:39:16 EDT

    In Response to Re: Gagne on waiver's soon...Will Bruins attempt to get him?: In Response to Re: Gagne on waiver's soon...Will Bruins attempt to get him? : No, but if we try to recall him he will be ex more »

  • Posted 07/06/2010 10:21:21 EDT

    In Response to Re: Just a basic NHL question: I think to get your name on the cup you have to have played at least one game,about getting a ring not sure. Posted by john6345 You can petition the NHL t more »

  • Posted 06/26/2010 11:46:41 EDT

    One thing teams have to be careful about with Nabokov is that if he signs after he turns 35 then ALL the cap hit has to be honored. There are no "buyouts" etc. allowed for guys who retire, go the KHL, more »

  • Posted 06/22/2010 07:16:31 EDT

    One reason I can see that happening from the Bruins perspective is to "get out from under" the long term commitment to Savard.  Kaberle is only signed for this upcoming year.  So if he does well we ca more »

  • Posted 06/19/2010 09:30:11 EDT

    In Response to Re: Bruins close to acquiring Nathan Horton in a blockbuster deal: I think Horton would flourish in a more hockey friendly city like Boston. Dump wheeler and some late picks... Posted b more »

  • Posted 06/18/2010 10:09:35 EDT

    I wonder if it could be something like Wideman and say one of our 2nds for Horton. Don't forget that the Hawks were also built from the back line up with Keith, Campbell, Seabrook as puck movers.  The more »

  • Forum Post: #22's number

    Posted 06/18/2010 09:58:55 EDT

    In Response to Re: #22's number: In Response to Re: #22's number : TOM McCarthy was a very good offensive center the BRUINS TRADED FOR FROM THE NORTH STARS.  THE NORTH STARS HAD A LOT OF TALENT IN THE more »

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