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So far it has been a pretty quiet off-season in the hockey world. A few excitements here and there, like Zach Parise and Ryan Suter deciding to play together in Minnesota, and an interesting offer sheet to Shea Weber from the Philadelphia Flyers. But for the most part? It's keeping up with how the Stanley Cup is spending its summer and when you are a Ducks fan, there is not much exciting in that.In keeping with their "have to do something at least once a week" rule, the Ducks signed winger Daniel Winnik to a two year contract worth $3.6 million. Winnik, 27, played for the Colorado Avalanche last season until the trade deadline when he went to the San Jose Sharks. GM Bob Murray praised Winnik as "smart, reliable, with good size. Real good penalty killer."Winnik is 6'2" and 209 pounds and will add depth to either the third or fourth line for Anaheim. He is also happy to stay in the Western Conference.“You have some older guys,” said Winnik about...
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ANAHEIM, Calif. The Anaheim Ducks announced Friday thatthe National Hockey League (NHL) club has signed center Daniel Winnik toa two-year contract through the 2013-14 NHL season. Per club policy, nofinancial terms of the deal were disclosed.
Winnik, 27(3685), has appeared in 366 career NHLgames with the Coyotes, Avalanche and Sharks, posting 37-64=101 points with 187PIM. He appeared...
Center Daniel Winnik has agreed to a two-year, $3.6 million contract with the Anaheim Ducks.
Anaheim announced the deal Friday.
Winnik has played five NHL seasons with Phoenix, Colorado and San Jose, which acquired him last Feb. 27. He scored a career-high 26 points as a rookie with the Coyotes in 2007-08, matching that total with the Avalanche in 2010-11.
Winnik played an NHL...
Welcome to Julylights, a month long series taking the top plays of the '11-'12 season and giving them to you one a day, every day of the month of July.The Anaheim Ducks and Bobby Ryan are in an awkward position. Ryan is tired of being put on the trade block and has reportedly told the team to move him. The Ducks' front office has listened and has been receiving calls...
Things are a bit quiet for the Anaheim Ducks these days. A stark contrast to a couple of weeks ago when we collectively held our breaths while waiting for the much anticipated Bobby Ryan trade.
Ryan has not been trade and truthfully I don't think he will be this summer. Teem Selanne signed and now the Ducks are in a holding pattern. I guess we could say all is quiet on the...
Ducks sign Daniel Winnik to two-year deal worth $3.6 million. $1.8M for each.— Eric Stephens (@icemancometh) July 20, 2012