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The Bruins are saying goodbye to a handful of veterans this offseason but they could be saying hello to an old friend in forward Michael Ryder.
The free agent winger is “considering offers from New Jersey and Boston,” according to TSN’s Darren Dreger.
Ryder was on the Dallas Stars for the first 19 games of the shortened 2013 season before being dealt to the Canadiens. He ended the year with 19 goals and 16 assists and a plus-2 rating. Two seasons ago he scored a career-high 35 goals with Dallas, his first year in the Big D after leaving the B’s following the 2011 Stanley Cup title run.
From 2008-11 with the Bruins, Ryder tallied 63 goals and 127 points.
Michael Ryder is considering offers from New Jersey and Boston. #TSN— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) July 05, 2013
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While the good people of Boston were celebrating the Fourth of July, their beloved Bruins were pulling off a blockbuster trade with the Dallas Stars, which in part came down to this — Boston decided it was time to move on from Tyler Seguin after a 2013 postseason to forget.
When the Bruins drafted Seguin with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2010 NHL draft, he was projected to be...
from Louis-Andre Lariviere of TVA Sports (translated),
The old dream of Jaromir Jagr endorse the Habs and form a formidable duo with his Czech compatriot Tomas Plekanec could finally be realized.
Jagr's agent, Petr Svoboda, confirmed that the eighth leading scorer in the history of the National Hockey League is in talks with the Montreal Canadiens in the hope to spend...
Nathan Horton is heading to Columbus.
The former Bruins forward signed with the Blue Jackets Friday, according to the team’s Twitter account. Horton’s deal is for seven years, $37.1 million and he will get $30 million in first five years, according to Bob McKenzie. Horton will also be out until December following offseason shoulder surgery.
BREAKING: #CBJ have agreed to terms...
The Boston Bruins and the Dallas Stars set off a few of their own fireworks on the Fourth of July, pulling the trigger on a blockbuster deal involving seven players.
Forwards Tyler Seguin and Loui Eriksson highlight the trade, as Seguin will depart to Dallas and Eriksson will become a Bruin.
The Bruins will also send forward Rich Peverley and Providence defenseman Ryan Button to...
The Edmonton Oilers have signed former Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference to a four-year deal.
Ference's deal is reportedly worth $13 million, and he would count $3.25 million against the salary cap.
The 34-year-old Edmonton native was a key part of the Bruins' run to the Stanley Cup final, though there was no room for him to return to Boston because of salary-cap issues...
Could the Jagr find his way back in Boston?Happy 4th everyone. Nathan Horton has decided to pack his bags and head off into the sunset after a great playoff run where he totaled 7 goals and 12 assists for 19 total points.Now the question is, who does Boston take to replace his spot?Two names that quickly come up are Jaromir Jagr and Daniel Alfredsson.As we all saw during the second...
You may remember at the trade deadline, Jarome Iginla had a decision to make. He was so close to signing with the Boston Bruins that fans on Twitter were throwing a party. Then he talked with Sidney Crosby and all of a sudden he was a Pittsburgh Penguin. Bruins fans enjoyed watching their team sweep the Penguins out of the playoffs, and apparently that swayed Iginla as a free agent...
On July 4th, 2013, America’s 237th birthday, the NHL had a major blockbuster trade go through. After many rumors about the Boston Bruins shopping Tyler Seguin, it finally happened. Dallas Stars new General Manager Jim Nill made a major splash acquiring C Tyler Seguin, C Rich Peverley and defenseman prospect Ryan Button. The Bruins in return acquired LW Loui Eriksson, RW Reilly...
Veteran scorer Daniel Briere didn’t want to leave Philadelphia. But he found a happy ending after his compliance buyout from the Flyers on the last two years of his eight-year, $52 million contract.He agreed to a two-year, $8 million deal with the Montreal Canadiens. That is a nice payout for a 35-year-old forward who will also draw checks from Philadelphia for not playing there...
On Thursday morning, the Montreal Canadiens named Stéphane Waite their new goaltending coach. Waite had spent the last 10 seasons with the Blackhawks organization, and Corey Crawford gave him a great deal of credit for his strong season.The post Blackhawks Lose Stéphane Waite To Montreal appeared first on Committed Indians.
According to a story courtesy Jeff Simmons of Sportsnet, the Boston Bruins have sent talented center Tyler Seguin, to the Dallas Stars, in a blockbuster, 7-player trade.
The Boston Bruins have traded forward Tyler Seguin, Rich Peverley and Ryan Button to the Stars in exchange for Loui Eriksson, Reilly Smith, Joe Morrow and Matt Fraser.
Seguin, 21, is set to earn a salary cap hit...
The Boston Bruins and Dallas Stars are reportedly working on a deal that would send Tyler Seguin to Dallas and Loui Eriksson to the Bruins, according to a report by TSN’s Darren Dreger. Trade is bigger than Seguin for Eriksson. Draft picks to Boston? Prospects? Working on details. — Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) July 4, 2013 Hearing DAL-BOS is a 5-player [...]
On Thursday, the Boston Bruins and Dallas Stars pulled off the first blockbuster trade of the summer in the NHL. Boston agreed to sent centers Tyler Seguin and Rich Peverley and defenesman Ryan Button to Dallas for forwards Loui Eriksson, Reilly Smith … Continue reading →The post Blockbuster Trade: Dallas, Boston Swap Stars appeared first on Committed Indians.
Nathan Horton signed a $37M deal with Columbus. Photo: John Tlumacki, Boston Globe
A rundown of all the major deals that have gone down in free agency:
RW Nathan Horton signs with Columbus [Full story]
RW David Clarkson signs with Toronto [Full story]
C Valtteri Filppula signs with Tampa Bay [Full story]
C Stephen Weiss signs with Detroit [Full story]
D Andrew Ference signs with...
Seguin Is Kind of a Big Deal
It’s kind of strange seeing the Dallas Stars on the winning side of a trade recently but somehow they managed to do so today. The Stars were looking for a playmaking center to compliment Jamie Benn and they ended up with two after trading Loui Eriksson, Joe Morrow, Reilly Smith and Matt Fraser to the Bruins for Tyler Seguin, Rich Peverly and prospect...