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While it may not be officially, official, word on the street is that Mark Streit has agreed to a 4 year contract worth $21 million. As his age dictates his contract will count against the cap no matter what. This was the contract that the NY Islanders didn't want to agree to with Streit's agent. But Streit's agent did the best job for his client and now he is set.
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NHLTags: Danny BriereIlya BryzgalovMark StreitDarren Dreger of TSN has reported that the Philadelphia Flyers and unrestricted free agent defenseman Mark Streit have agreed on terms for a new contract worth $21 million over four years.
That is not a typo.
The contract can not be made official because teams are not allowed to exceed the salary...
Defenseman Mark Streit is staying in Philadelphia
Less than a week after Streit was acquired by the Flyers in a trade with the New York Islanders, the 35-year-old defenseman agreed to a four-year $21 million contract, according to a person familiar with deal.
The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the Flyers had not announced the move on Tuesday, a day after Canada...
Mark Streit was the captain of the New York Islanders from 2011-2013 (US Presswire) On Monday evening, TSN’s Darren Dreger reported that the Philadelphia Flyers have agreed to terms with defenseman Mark Streit. His rights were acquired from the New York Islanders on June 12. Streit is a 35 and over contract, so even if [...]
Not even a week after acquiring his rights, the Philadelphia Flyers have reportedly signed veteran defenseman Mark Streit to a four-year contract, as per CBC.
Mark Streit is the latest addition to a Flyers blueline that has searched for answers since Chris Pronger left. Image Credit: Dan Nicholas
The Flyers have been desperate for blueline help after Chris Pronger’s (unofficially...
The news of Mark Streit's impending four-year, $21 million deal with the Flyers did not come as a surprise after the team acquired his rights last week from the Islanders in exchange for a 2014 fourth-round Draft choice and minor league forward Shane Harper.
Streit got his unrestricted free agent market value in terms of the $5.25 million cap hit. Like it or...
Hello Mark Streit. Au revoir Danny Briere.
One 35 year old player arrives in Philly while another 35 year old soon-to-be-will be departing soon.
Earlier Tuesday night, CSN Philly's Tim Panaccio confirmed ESPN's Pierre LeBrun's report that
the Philadelphia Flyers have indeed decided to buyout the centerman.
According to the report, Briere and Flyers GM Paul...
NHLTags: Bobby RyanIlya BryzgalovJonathan BernierPaul HolmgrenRich WinterDepending on who you believe, the Philadelphia Flyers will either be an exciting force to watch for the 2013-14 NHL season or a trainwreck waiting for the whistle to blow.
The rumors that typically circulate at this time of the year have begun gaining traction, as every...
Ilya Bryzgalov skating out for the 2012 Winter Classic, which he did not start (Getty Images) Four years, $21 million. That is the contract that Paul Holmgren and the Philadelphia Flyers signed veteran defenseman Mark Streit to. However, the deal can not be made official yet. Why? Teams currently are complying with the 2012-13 season’s [...]
Each team, under the new CBA that goes into effect next week, is allowed two amnesty buyouts of big salaries. Why not punish teams for past sins? Cap compliance, of course. The Flyers have two very large contracts that don't look very practical: those of goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov and forward Danny Briere. Briere has been informed that he will be the first of the two buyouts,...
This stuff is mostly rumor-based, so as we say in Michigan, please take this stuff with a full 50-pound bag of road salt:
If we are to believe the rumor mill, the Philadelphia Flyers may end up buying out Daniel Briere but not Ilya Bryzgalov...
Rich Winter, Ilya Bryzgalov's agent has been informed by Paul Holmgren that Bryzgalov will NOT be bought out after Cup Final...
With the increasing likelihood that the Flyers will buy out Ilya Bryzgalov this summer rather than giving the relationship a third season, there has been much recent speculation on candidates to either compete with Steve Mason for the starting job or serve a backup goalie capable of handling a significant chunk of playing time if Mason falters or gets hurt. There are no current international...
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By Charlie O’Connor (@THG_Charlie)
No NHL team quite does craziness like the Philadelphia Flyers.
After falling short of the postseason for the first time since 2006-07, most league observers expected Philadelphia to aggressively look to improve their roster in the offseason, both via free agency and the trade market.
But rarely do...
The pilot episode of TheHockeyGuys Weekly Podcast, co-hosted by myself (@HunterCrowther) and James Stephan (@J_Habs).
In today’s show, we cover:
Stanley Cup Finals
Changes in Edmonton
Coaching changes around the league
Flyers signing Mark Streit
2013 NHL Draft
Click here to listen to the first edition of the podcast.
Feel free to tweet James or myself suggestions,...
Unrestricted free agent Mark Streit was recently traded from the New York Islanders to the Philadelphia Flyers, allowing the Flyers to begin negotiating with him prior to the July 5th opening of NHL Free Agency. Philadelphia promptly signed the defenseman to a four-year deal. It’s a common occurrence; the Caps traded Dennis Wideman to Calgary last offseason so that Calgary could...
from Sam Carchidi of Broad Street Bull,
When Streit is officially signed, he will have a $5.25 million cap hit per season. That means the Flyers’ top six defensemen next year - Kimmo Timonen, Luke Schenn, Nick Grossmann, Braydon Coburn, Andrej Meszaros and Streit - will have a combined $26.85 million cap hit for 2013-14. That’s 41.8 percent of the team’s $64.3 million...