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The Philadelphia Flyers have acquired Mark Streit from the New York Islanders in exchange for a fourth-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft. The Flyers now own the rights of the defenseman and will have the opportunity to sign him prior to July 5th when he'll be an unrestricted free agent.
We knew Streit wasn't going to be an Islander in 2013-14 after he turned down the team's best offer. With that knowledge in mind, it's surprising that the Islanders were able to get a return on their former captain when every NHL club was aware that Streit wanted to find a new team.
The Flyers still have to sign Streit, but it's safe to assume they'll try their hardest to get the job done prior to July 5th considering they paid a relatively steep price (fourth-round pick) to secure his rights. There's still an outside chance Streit will still test the open market and sign with a new team, but it's highly likely he'll be a Flyer. Philadelphia desperately ...
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The Philadelphia Flyers acquired defenseman Mark Streit from the New York Islanders Wednesday for minor-league forward Shane Harper and a fourth-round pick in 2014.
Streit, the Islanders' team captain, has 65 goals and 288 points in 491 regular-season NHL games, and is a sharp, left-handed shot from the blue line that is much-needed as Philadelphia reshapes its roster.
The Philadelphia Flyers have acquired defenseman Mark Streit from the New York Islanders for minor-league forward Shane Harper and a fourth-round pick in 2014.
Streit, the Islanders' team captain, had six goals and 21 assists in 48 games this season, and added three goals and two assists in six playoff games. The deal was announced Wednesday.
The 35-year-old Streit joined the...
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The Stanley Cup finals have not even started yet, but the Philadelphia Flyers have already made their first of what will be many offseason moves.
On Wednesday afternoon, the team announced they had traded for the rights to defenseman Mark Streit from the New York Islanders in exchange for a 4th round pick in 2014, and prospect Shane Harper.
(Al Bello/Getty Images) On Wednesday afternoon, the Philadelphia Flyers took to twitter to announce that the rights to New York Islanders defenseman Mark Streit had been acquired. The Flyers forfeited a 4th round pick in 2014 and Shane Harper to the Islanders. Streit, 35, had been serving as the captain of the Islanders since 2011. [...]
The Flyers announced that they have traded prospect Shane Harper and a 2014 fourth round pick. Streit, the 35 year old New York Islanders captain, registered 6 goals and 21 assists last season. Mark Streit is 5-11, 191 lb puck moving defenseman the Flyers have been looking for. The Flyers will now have to negotiate [...]
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The Flyers acquired the rights for veteran defenseman Mark Streit this afternoon. They gave up right-winger Shane Harper and a fourth round draft pick in the 2014 NHL Draft.
For the past two seasons, Streit has been the captain of the New York Islanders. He has spent the past four seasons with them. Over his NHL career, he has scored 65 goals with...
Another big name defenseman has had his rights traded in the past week, as the New York Islanders have traded Mark Streit to the Philadelphia Flyers for a fourth round pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft and Shane Harper. After a 12-goal, 36-point season with the ZSC Lions in 48 games in 2003–04, Streit was drafted [...]
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