Found June 26, 2013 on
Updated w/ an interesting article from St. James at 2:15 PM: This afternoon's Red Wings-related stories basically keep the conversation started during the overnight report going. After profiling David Clarkson, Bryan Bickell and Nathan Horton (who will need shoulder surgery), MLive's Ansar Khan looks at the "bargain" goal-scoring forward that the Wings may be interested in pursuing as an unrestricted free agent in one Michael Ryder.
Ryder's 6 feet tall, 198 pounds and 33 years old, and he's averaged about 25 goals per season since the last lockout, really, but he's a one-dimensional player...Who earned $3.5 million this past season, and could probably be had for somewhere between $3.5-4 million.
Here's Khan's take on Ryder: Continue reading "Red Wings mid-day news: on a ‘budget’ free agent target and ore draft stuff"
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Fang Faction's UFA Preview series starts with Michael Ryder of the Montreal Canadiens. Once July 5 rolls around, if Ryder is not re-signed by the Canadiens, he is open to conversing and signing with any team in the league.
Michael Ryder | RW
6'0" | 198
3/31/80, Age: 33
Signed in 2008: 3-year, $12 million; $4 million cap hit
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli isn’t expected to have much of a summer vacation, as he’s got quite a few things on his plate this offseason, and he won’t have a ton of time to make those decisions.
One of the most important personnel decisions the GM will be met with is what to do with unrestricted free-agent winger Nathan Horton. The forward, who was traded to Boston...
Why the Predators should or shouldn’t pursue Nathan Horton this summer...
You can follow Todd on Twitter @ToddCordell!
NHL free agency is less than two weeks away and the New Jersey Devils still have several free agents that they want to try and sign; among them are Peter Harrold and David Clarkson.
Here are some notes on Harrold, Clarkson, the upcoming NHL draft and more:
- Harrold wants to return to New Jersey and Devils GM, Lou Lamoriello,...
from Jeff Z. Klein of the New York Times,
Chicago’s Bryan Bickell, Michal Handzus, Viktor Stalberg, Michal Rozsival and the backup goalie Ray Emery become unrestricted free agents July 5.
Bickell, a 27-year-old bruising winger, is the biggest question mark: he had 8 goals and 16 points in the postseason entering Monday’s game. He was at his best when on a line with Kane...
Following Monday night’s Stanley Cup finals Game 6 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks, Boston Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron told reporters that he had been playing with a broken rib and torn rib cartilage, as well as a separated shoulder. “I don’t like to do that tonight,
Bryan Bickell and Dave Bolland scored 17 seconds apart in the
final 1:16 of the third period and the Chicago Blackhawks won the
Stanley Cup for the second time in four seasons with a stunning
comeback, 3-2 victory over the Boston Bruins on Monday night.
The Chicago Blackhawks have won their second Stanley Cup in four years thanks to an absolutely bizarre win over the Boston Bruins in Game 6. The Hawks were down 2-1 heading into the final two minutes of play, but Bryan Bickell tied things up with 1:14 left, and with 59 seconds left in regulation, David Bolland took the rebound of a point shot and chipped it past Tuukka Rask, allowing...
The Chicago Blackhawks arriving home with the Stanley Cup have been greeted on the tarmac with a water cannon salute, about a dozen fire trucks and even more police cars - all with their lights flashing.
And minutes before the team's chartered Boeing 737 from Boston touched down at 4:05 a.m. at O'Hare International Airport, lightning danced across the sky as the edge of...
Game 7 looked like a certainty with just over a minute left in regulation of Game 6. Boston clung to a 2-1 lead over Chicago, desperately trying to keep elimination at bay. The Blackhawks delivered a crushing and shocking blow, scoring the tying goal with 1:16 to go in regulation.
Wait! There's more! As soon as overtime seemed like a certainty, Chicago put the finishing...
credit: getty images
The Chicago Blackhawks have won their second NHL Stanley Cup in three years after they scored twice in the final 1:16 to win Game 6 over the Boston Bruins.
It was a tough fought series which appeared headed to a Game 7 until Bryan Bickell and Dave Bolland scored 15 seconds apart in the third period to give the Blackhawks the win.
Down a goal with less than 90 seconds left in the third period the Chicago Blackhawks got goals from Bryan Bickell to tie it and Dave Bolland to win their second Stanley Cup in four seasons.
The Bruins went up 1-0 early but the game was tied for most of the contest until Milan Lucic gave the Bruins a late lead. The Blackhawks would battle back valiantly to stun the Bruins and win...
What an epic blur of improbable events to end the 2013 NHL season... Wow. In a mind-boggling turn of events, the Chicago Blackhawks are your 2013 Stanley Cup Champions. These are the hardest to write about. It's very tough to explain what just happened. Here goes... The Chicago Blackhawks were down by a goal with less than two minutes remaining in Game Six of the 2013 Stanley...