Found July 05, 2013 on Around The Rink:
After buying out the bloated nine-year, $51M contract of underperforming goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov, the Philadelphia Flyers were once again in the market for a netminder. Steve Mason was the only viable option they had as a starter, but now they’ve brought in some competition for him. Philadelphia inked Ray Emery to a one-year contract today. The 30-year-old goalie is coming off a season with Chicago where he backed up Corey Crawford en route to a Jennings Trophy and the Stanley Cup. Emery was the starting goalie for Ottawa when they reached the Cup Final in ’07, only to lose to Anaheim in six games, and played for Philadelphia back in 2009-10, starting 30 games before being shut down with a hip injury. Emery played in 21 regular-season games with Chicago last year, posting a 17-1-0 record with a .922 save percentage and a 1.94 goals-against average. He had a one-year stint with the Ducks (2009-10), in addition to his time with Ottawa (2002-08), Philadelphia and Chicago (2011-13). For his career, he’s played in 228 games, notching a 128-63-19-14 record with a .908 save percentage and a 2.28 goals-against average. He was a fourth-round draft pick of the Senators back in 2001.

Flyers Sign Goalie Ray Emery to One-Year Contract

The Flyers picked up a Stanley Cup-winning goaltender on the first day of free agency, but his name is not Tim Thomas. Ray Emery, who reached the Cup Final with Ottawa in 2007 and won it all with Chicago this year, signed a one-year deal with Philadelphia on Friday, the franchise with whom he spent the 2009-10 season. Emery put up astounding numbers as Corey Crawford‘s backup this...

Flyers Come To Terms With Free Agent Goalie Ray Emery

Ray Emery while with the Flyers in ’09. (Via Getty Images) Four years after leaving the team with what many believed would be a career ending ailment, “Razor” Ray Emery is returning to the city of brotherly love. As free agency was just to get underway, Ren Lavoie of RDS reported the goaltender will be joining the Philadelphia Flyers. Terms of the deal are unknown, but...

Former Flyers Goalie Ray Emery Returns On One-Year Deal

Wikipedia Commons The Flyers welcomed back a familiar face  today, signing goaltender Ray Emery to a one-year contract.   Having rid themselves of the contract Ilya Bryzgalov by exercising the amnesty clause, Emery will fill the roster spot vacated by the move.   Emery will compete for the starting job with goaltender Steve Mason, acquired in April from the Columbus Blue Jackets...

Emery To The Flyers

Done deal: Flyers agree to one year, $1.75 M deal with Ray Emery — Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) July 5, 2013   Correction on the money: it's $1.65 M for Emery in Philly — Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) July 5, 2013

Flyers Sign G Ray Emery

(Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) Free agency kicked off today at noon, and Paul Holmgren made signing a goaltender his first order of business. Today, the Philadelphia Flyers signed goaltender Ray Emery to a 1-year deal worth $1.65M. Emery, 30, was the back-up goaltender of the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks. It appeared that he would [...]

Unfinished Business: Emery Returns to Flyers

By David Strehle (@David_Strehle) The NHL draft is in the rearview mirror, the free agency period is upon us, and that means one thing in Philadelphia. Among a littany of trade rumors and speculation as to which free agents they will attempt to sign, the Flyers were once again in the market for a starting goaltender. Other than last year when Ilya Bryzgalov was entering his second...

Blackhawks lose Emery, retain Rozsival, Handzus

The Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks lost backup goalie Ray Emery and re-signed defenseman Michal Rozsival and forward Michal Handzus. Emery accepted a $1.65 million, one-year offer with the Philadelphia Flyers on Friday. Rozsival got a two-deal with Chicago while Handzus agreed to a one-year contract. Emery's making the move after teaming with Corey Crawford to win...

2013 NHL Free Agency: Live Blog

11:51am It looks like Ray Emery will join the Flyers and their goaltending carousel. The Fourth Period is reporting he’ll likely sign a 1 year deal.  Emery was 17-1 with Chicago last year with a 1.94 GAA and .922 Save %.  He could work very well in a split situation with Steve Mason.  Has Philly figured something out? Finally? 11:45am 15 minutes to go until free agency gets...

Minutes Before The UFA Period Starts

In case you have not been following the twitter world... Ray Emery will be joining the Flyers. Daniel Alfredsson will be signing with the Wings shortly. Scuderi may be deciding between the Kings and Penguins. Dan Cleary has a decision to make, Dallas or Detroit.


from Pierre LeBrun of ESPN, Speaking of Clowe, the Habs were willing to do a short-term deal with him but it’s believed the UFA power forward wants to get a bit more security, and who can blame him. Keep an eye on the Devils, I believe they are the front runners for Clowe.  The Devils need a replacement for power forward David Clarkson, who has drawn a ton of interest...

Evgeni Nabokov Re-Signs with New York Islanders by   Bill Sunshine

Follow @BBSuns // As per Arthur Staple, the New York Islanders, after having lost out on the Ray Emery sweeps, have re-signed goaltender Evgeni Nabokov to a 1 year, $3.25 million dollar deal. #Isles have re-signed G Evgeni Nabokov to a 1-year, $3.25 million deal. — Arthur Staple (@StapeNewsday) July 5, 2013 Here are Nabakov’s career stats courtesy of [...]
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