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Rental players are basically why the trade deadline has become such a big event to follow on a yearly basis. Contenders around the NHL spend the day acquiring players with expiring deals for their playoff runs while non-playoff teams attempt to acquire pieces to use as a foundation for their inevitable rebuild.
You might say that Joe Corvo is the perfect example of a rental. The mobile, puck moving defenseman has worn six different uniforms during his career – including three separate stints in Carolina – and has been twice traded at the deadline and once more in the summer. Corvo has the type of marketable traits that playoff teams often seek at the deadline. He can contribute offensively and can provide help to a team’s powerplay as well.
Other players often sought at the deadline include stay-at-home defensemen and anyone that might qualify as secondary scorers. The deadline has become all about finding that spare part that will get a team running at full steam and renta...
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The Anaheim Ducks have agreed to an eight-year contract extension with right wing Corey Perry, keeping the former NHL MVP with the club through the 2020-21 NHL season.
The Ducks announced the deal Monday night after the first period of their game against the San Jose Sharks.
Perry's deal is the same length as the extension signed by captain Ryan Getzlaf earlier this month....
Corey Perry is following Ryan Getzlaf's lead yet again, sticking the Anaheim Ducks for the long term.
Perry agreed to an eight-year, $69 million contract extension with the Ducks on Monday night, keeping the former NHL MVP with the club through the 2020-21 NHL season.
Perry's new deal is the same length as the extension signed by Getzlaf earlier this month - the longest...
Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal answers some email...
Q: If the Edmonton Oilers were to give up one of their young players, would it be realistic to think they could acquire Corey Perry from the Anaheim Ducks? He’s won a Stanley Cup, he’s a 50-goal scorer, he’s a tough, hard-nosed player. He would seem to be the player the Oilers need.
A: The only way the Oilers...
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- The Anaheim Ducks agreed to an eight-year contract extension with right wing Corey Perry on Monday, keeping the former NHL MVP with the club through the 2020-21 NHL season.
The Ducks announced the deal after the first period of their game against the San Jose Sharks.
Perry's new deal is the same length as the extension signed by captain Ryan Getzlaf...
Forget all the rumors. Forget all the question marks. Forget what conventional wisdom tells us about re-signing super star free-agents in professional sports. That was all been tossed haphazardly out the window by the Anaheim Ducks when they announced that soon-to-be unrestricted free-agent Corey Perry would indeed be re-upped for eight more years.
The news broke after the first...
During a segment on Hockey Night In Canada's "Hot Stove Tonight," Elliotte Friedman says that the Rangers might have discussed a potential trade for Marian Gaborik with the Vancouver Canucks, but it wasn't a good match.
Friedman adds that as part of his limited no trade clause Gaborik has given the Rangers 10 teams he cannot be traded to.
Anaheim locked up RW Corey Perry for the next eight years. Image Credit: Debora Robinson, Gerry Images
In the matter of weeks, the Anaheim Ducks have locked two core players for the next eight years. Captain Ryan Getzlaf signed an eight-year, $66 million extension 10 days ago, and now Getzlaf’s linemate, right wing Corey Perry, has signed an identical contract.
Perry, the 28th...
After the Anaheim Ducks recently re-signed their captain Ryan Getzlaf to an eight-year extension most fans figured right winger Corey Perry’s days were numbered with the NHL team. However, that didn’t turn out to be the case as the Ducks signed Perry to a similar eight-year deal on March 18 before he had the chance to test the free agent market at the end of the current...
Eight more years! Ten days after signing captain Ryan Getzlaf to a contract extension, Corey Perry signed one, too.
Perry signed a $69 million deal that also has a no movement clause, just like Getzlaf.
Perry, 27, already has a Stanley Cup, an Olympic gold medal, and a Memorial Cup. He has won the Hart Trophy for NHL MVP and the Rocket Richard Trophy as well...
Only a little more than a week removed from the extension of Ryan Getzlaf, the Anahiem Ducks announced on Monday evening that they’ve agreed to an eight-year extension with forward Corey Perry worth $69 million. Perry was set to become an unrestricted free agent after this season and the Ducks organization felt that they couldn’t risk letting him hit the open market.
The Anaheim Ducks have set the market for re-signing elite forwards.After re-upping Ryan Getzlaf to an eight-year, $66 million deal, the team retained Corey Perry with an eight-year, $69 million contract. Perry, like Getzlaf, got no-movement language in that contract.
His deal creates an annual cap hit of $8.625 million. That becomes the new goal for other high-end forwards who come...
On the same night Corey Perry spurned free agency and agreed to an eight-year contract extension, the Anaheim Ducks extended the longest home winning streak in franchise history by beating one of their biggest rivals.
What a day to be a Duck.
Emerson Etem had his first NHL goal and an assist, defenseman Francois Beauchemin scored two goals, and Anaheim beat the San Jose Sharks...
The day card companies exclusively produce cardboard which combines my favorite players, multi-colored minor league memorabilia, a sleek design, and a limited print-run is the day I officially go broke. I can't resist that amalgam of traits.Hence why I couldn't help but acquire the above beauty when it appeared on eBay recently. It's the Gold Version and is thus limited...
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