Found July 05, 2012 on
NorthWest Sports Beat:
Today we learned via the Vancouver Canucks
team website that they've signed Patrick Mullen.
The 26 year old Pittsburgh PA native was undrafted. He is a 6'0" 181lbs right handed shooting defenseman.
He collected 20 points (3-17-20) in 67 games in 2010/11 with the Manchester Monarchs of the AHL.
He also appeared in seven playoff games, recording one point and four penalty minutes.
In 2009 Mullen signed as a free agent by the Los Angeles Kings. He then went onto sign a one-year contract with the Kings on July 15, 2011.
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Just when it looked on Sunday, July 1st as though Vancouver would be celebrating Canada Day and NHL Free Agency in a very low key way, a big bottle of Crown Royal was broken out late on with the signing of defenceman Jason Garrison from the Florida Panthers.
(They are of course officially the exclusive supplier of Vancouver Canucks players for the past ten...
We've known for along time that Roberto Luongo loves his poker.
Now we've found out today via The Vancouver Sun that his 2012 World Series Of Poker Tourney fee which is played in Las Vegas will be picked up by the B.C. Lottery Corp.
Nice job. He's essentially getting a free ride into a $10,000 poker tournament. Not bad for a millionaire NHL hockey player who could buy...
It's time to move on...
And there it is. Confirmation. Robert Luongo's time is done in Vancouver.
(Not that we didn't already know it)
Here's the interview.
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Playing GMMG For A Day
While Vancouver Canucks fans patiently wait out a trade for goalie Roberto Luongo, I thought it would be fun to play the I’m Mike Gillis game again.
This time instead of eating as many lobster stuffed tacos as I can and drinking enough red wine to fill a bath tub, I’m going to focus on a trade. The focus of that trade is Bobby Ryan.
I’ll be honest, I’m...
Roberto Luongo has left Vancouver. OK, it's only for a brief trip to Las Vegas, where he will be participating in the World Series of Poker this week. But if there were any doubts that the trade rumors swirling around the Canucks netminder were going to come to fruition, Luongo did a pretty good job erasing them on Friday. Luongo spoke for the first time since the end of the...
from Brad Ziemer of the Vancouver Sun, The B.C. Lottery Corp. is paying Vancouver Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo’s $10,000 entry fee into next week’s World Series of Poker main event in Las Vegas….
As part of that contract, the lottery corporation confirmed Thursday that Luongo represents its Playnow.com poker and casino games website at a number of gaming events, including...
Per a tweet from Chip Alexander (Carolina Hurricanes reporter for the Raleigh News & Observer Derek Joslin formerly of the Hurricanes signed with the Vancouver Canucks.
Vancouver radio station WX1130 is also reporting the news now.
The #Canucks have signed defenseman Derek Joslin to a 1 year - 2 way contract. Played 44 games in Carolina last year.— News1130 Sports (@News1130Sports...
LOS ANGELES The 2012 Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings have signed defenseman Andrew Bodnarchuk to a one-year contract, Kings PresidentGeneral Manager Dean Lombardi announced today.
Bodnarchuk, 23 (turns 24 on July 11), tied a career high with five goals and set a new career high with 17 points (5-12=17) in 63 regular season games with the American Hockey Leagues Providence...
After a couple months of constant chatter, it is getting to the point where no one knows for certain if the Maple Leafs are interested in obtaining Roberto Luongo from the Vancouver Canucks or if the veteran goaltender is interested in coming to another pressure packed Canadian market.
Rumors of the 33-year-old goaltender be unwilling to waive his no trade clause to go to Toronto...
This is my final post making the Hall of Fame case for the 2012 Hall of Fame inductees. I have written posts about Pavel Bure, Adam Oates and Joe Sakic. Today it is Mats Sundin’s turn.
I make my cases using the Keltner List. This is a series of qualitative questions popularized by Bill James in baseball, but the same idea works well in hockey as well.
The Stanley Cup is on its European leg of the L.A. Kings victory tour so why not stop in Slovenia to spend the day with Anze Kopitar. The center also took the Cup to his home golf course, on a tour of the city & to church for a cleansing.
In MLB news, Bryce Harper is still waiting for someone to get injured to get a pass to the all-star game. WOULD SOMEONE GET THEIR HEAD OUT...