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Colorado Avalanche center Paul Statsny could become an unrestricted free agent on July 1 if he is not re-signed. Statsny is in the final year of his five-year, $33-million contract, and told Terry Frei of The Denver Post that he “absolutely” would be willing to grant the Avalanche a discount. “Everybody knows how the business works,” Stastny said. “You can obviously go somewhere and get more money somewhere else. But if you have something good and you want to stick with it, that hometown discount is obviously something that everyone’s aware of and is important to do. You want both sides to be happy. You don’t want to (mistreat) the team and you want the team to be put in a good situation where they can kind of compete down the road as well.” Statsny, 28, has 19 goals and 27 assists this season in 55 games and represented Team USA in Sochi. Stastny agent and Avs expected to talk later today. Situation still fluid, anything might still happen — Adrian Dater (@adater) March 4, 2014 Avs getting lots of calls from teams. Gonna be an interesting next 24 hours on Stastny — Adrian Dater (@adater) March 4, 2014 The post NHL rumors: Paul Stastny willing to take hometown discount to stay with Avalanche appeared first on Sports Glory.
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Paul Stastny sticks with Avalanche after trade deadlineStastny will continue his career in Denver as he remained with the Avalanche after the trade deadline today.
The post-Olympic break part of the season hit a major stopping point today as the NHL trade deadline hit at 3 pm ET on March 5th. The Colorado Avalanche were in an interesting place, serious contenders in the Western Conference...
After the Avalanche game-morning skate in the United Center on Tuesday, Colorado center Paul Stastny patiently answered the same types of questions he has been hearing for days as the Wednesday 1 p.m. trading deadline approaches.
First, Stastny — whose $33 million, five-year contract is up after this season — emphasized he hadn't spoken with his agent, Matt Keator, in the...
With the Avalanche trip to Chicago and Detroit spanning Wednesday's NHL trading deadline, it's at least noticeable — and perhaps ominous — that the team's front office is heavily represented on the road.
The traveling party includes executive vice president for hockey operations Joe Sakic, assistant general manager Craig Billington, GM Greg Sherman and vice president...
With 20 games remaining in its NHL season, the Avalanche is only one point behind the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks. Rather than repeating that for effect, let's instead acknowledge that if most sane folks had been told last summer this would be the case in early March, they would have wondered what was going to happen to bring on the Blackhawks' monumental...
A defenseman, No. 4, flying through the air after stuffing home a goal just in front of the crease. We’re talking, of course, about Colorado Avalanche blueliner Tyson Barrie.
What, you had someone else in mind?
Barrie drew comparisons to the great Bobby Orr on Sunday when he beat Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Ben Bishop with a nifty backhander before going airborne thanks to a nice...
NHL linesman Andy McElman didn’t wake up Tuesday morning thinking he would get punched in the face, but that’s exactly what happened to the poor guy during the Colorado Avalanche-Chicago Blackhawks game.
Chicago defenseman Michal Rozsival and Colorado’s Maxime Talbot got into a scuffle after Rozsival cross-checked him in the back after the whistle blew during the third period...
With the trade deadline less than 24 hours away, the Blackhawks dropped an important divisional game against the Colorado Avalanche 4-2 at the United Center on Tuesday night. Jonathan Toews led all Blackhawks forwards, skating 21:13 in the loss. He … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Buried By Avalanche appeared first on Committed Indians.
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