Found July 01, 2012 on
Just got home and checked in. From a Canes standpoint I see...
Jordan Staal officially signed for 10 years at $60M. I don't think this is a discount (it's the same deal that the Pens offered him). I actually think it is a little high. But it is well within the range of reasonable and also an important thing to get done this summer.
Ray Whitney signs for 2 years for $9M with Dallas. I li...
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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- The Carolina Hurricanes have reunited another set of brothers -- and this time it's not the Staals.
College players Tommy and Eddie Olczyk, sons of former NHL player and coach Ed Olczyk, are getting their first on-ice taste of the NHL this week during the Hurricanes' rookie conditioning camp.
And in a remarkable coincidence, the Olczyks' reunion...
Jordan Staal signed a 10-year contract with Carolina on July 1
July 1 is viewed by many as the best day of the hockey year.
It’s the beginning of free agency. You know, that time when teams are awarded the Stanley Cup based on the money they’ve spent to bring in, and likely overpay, players. However, this year was much different. On a day dubbed “Free Agent Frenzy”, July...
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- The Carolina Hurricanes have signed new center Jordan Staal to a 10-year contract extension.
The Hurricanes marked the start of the free agency period Sunday by announcing a long-term deal for the star player they acquired from Pittsburgh in a draft-day trade just over a week ago.
Staal will make 6 million per year under the deal, which begins with the 2013...
The Carolina Hurricanes have signed new center Jordan Staal to a
10-year contract extension.
Ray Whitney won't be back with the Coyotes next season.
The Dallas Stars targeted the 40-year-old Whitney early in the NHL's free-agency period Sunday, signing the Coyotes' top point producer last season to a two-year, 9 million contract.
Whitney, who became a fan favorite via his "Where's Whitney" look-ins during TV teammates' television appearances...
Perhaps Ray Whitney can play forever. The Dallas Stars must think so after giving the eternal winger a two-year, $9 million free-gent deal.How many other members of the 1991 NHL Draft class are still in the league?Whitney got also got some no-movement and no-movement language in his generous deal. The Stars were willing to reach a bit to get a player with 21 or more goals in five...
The Dallas Stars have signed right wing Ray Whitney to a two-year $9 million contract, the team announced Sunday. Whitney, 40, was an unrestricted free-agent after the Phoenix Coyotes were unable to sign him in part because of their unstable future. Despite his age, Whitney was one of the most sought-after free agents as the signing period began at noon ET Sunday. He was 12th...
This is an exciting time of year for people who like to play pretend GM or GM predictor. The Canes possibilities are all over the board heading into the free agent frenzy.
History would say that the Canes already made their big move with Jordan Staal.
But the local beat writer has mentioned Ryan Suter since then.
And Rutherford has vaguely mentioned adding another forward...
The Stars signed Ray Whitney to a two year $9 million contract with a partial NMC today. It's a move that I personally love. He may be 40-years-old but he's still one of the most consistent scorers in the game (seven straight seasons of 55+ points, the last two with a offensively challenged Phoenix Coyotes team) and provides that great scoring depth to the Stars.
Ray Whitney’s always flown under the radar. Pat Falloon was the one garnering the attention during their junior days in Spokane, even though Whitney was putting up the same numbers. Falloon ended up going second overall in 1991 to the San Jose Sharks, while Whitney waited 21 more picks to be taken by the Sharks [...]
One of the big free agent forwards is now off the board as Ray Whitney has found a new home with the Dallas Stars signing a 2 year/$9 milion deal. This is a good deal for the Stars as they need offense but it’s also a big loss for the Coyotes. Now they’ll need to set [...]
via Aaron Ward tweet, Ray Whitney agreed to terms w/ Dallas Stars at $9 million over 2 years. It is $4 million salary and $500000 in bonuses each year
Approaching 2:00 in the east. Here is the latest:
The Red Wings have not sent a contingent to visit Parise in Toronto, that was reported earlier
Ray Whitney signs in Dallas
No one else notable.
Meant to tweet this out earlier. NHL.com is live streaming TSN for those not by a tv.