Found September 11, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
Take this for what you will: Flyers say Dan Cleary is in a group skating at 8:30am tomorrow at Wells Fargo. I guess we'll see then. — Frank Seravalli (@DNFlyers) September 11, 2013

All The Dan Cleary Talk

A lot of head scratching going on over the Flyers and Dan Cleary reaching an agreement on a contract which will pay Cleary $8.25M over 3 years plus a No-Trade Clause. The Malik Report has reaction to the signing and hockey fans voice their opinion at HFBoards. My reaction?  Cleary has been a warrior for the Red Wings but injuries over the last few years were an issue for him...

Tim Panaccio: Holmgren Explain's Cleary End Game

Clearly, this is not how the Flyers envisioned things would turn out. But if you go by public opinion, fans seem very happy that Dan Cleary deep-sixed the Flyers tryout offer and instead stuck around Detroit for two days when he was supposed to be in Philly, before finally signing a 1-year deal for a LOT less than what the FLyers generously over-offered him on a 3-year deal. ...

200 BY 85: Flyers Have To Chop To Add Cleary

When the Philadelphia Flyers ink Dan Cleary to his new three year contract, the Flyers will have some chopping to do to their roster. Cleary will play for $2.75 AAV per season, and will reportedly receive a no trade clause. Flyers are $2M over the salary cap. They have 25 contracts right now: 13 F, 10 D, 2 G. Signing Cleary signals the need to trade a contract.— SabresBuzz (@SabresBuzz)...

Eklund: I can see Cleary now the rain is gone...

Per Helen St James Dan Cleary, who was a no show at Flyers camp, is heading to Traverse City to open camp for the Red to the Flyers, here at camp in South Philly...thus ends the over-played Cleary Saga....

Eklund: Cleary NOT coming to Philly? Pitkanen done for the year. Hainsey? Whitney?

A few quick hits this afternoon...nice to have news happening again! Dan Cleary looked to be all set in and coming to Philly on a PTO until moments ago when sources began to text me that it appears Ckeary has gotten a better offer and he will not report to Flyers camp tomorrow...this could just be a Cap issue, but I am hearing all is open now. Also... Tough news in Carolina...

Around the Net: September 10,2013: Flyers sign Dan Cleary, rookies win game against Caps,more

Welcome to Around the Net, a weekly look through linkage at the Philadelphia Flyers and other news from around the NHL. Flyers sign Dan Cleary After a summer of shrewd signings and paying under market value, Homer returns to form and signs another forward we don’t need. [Broad Street Hockey] [Puck Daddy] [Hockeybuzz] [The Checking Line] Flyers rookies impress The Flyers rookies...

Tim Panaccio: Cleary Over Youth? Your Call

There's a lot to like about adding a Dan Cleary to your roster. Veteran experience. A Cup. A "glue guy" as GM Kenny Holland would call him. But here's the rub for Flyers fans as I read the Twitter and internet comments: At age 34, is a three-year deal a year too long? Another young Flyer player won't be on the roster. Personally, I would have preferred...

Clearygate continues

Ugh. Source: Dan Cleary is not at #Flyers camp. He was slated to be on ice with first group at 8:30 today. — Sam Carchidi (@BroadStBull) September 12, 2013

Report: Dan Cleary to Inexplicably Sign With Flyers

Categories: BREAKING NEWS Flyers News NHLTags: Dan ClearySimon GagneAlong with the announcement over the weekend that veteran defenseman Hal Gill had been signed to a professional tryout contract for the upcoming training camp, there had been rumors as to whether the Philadelphia Flyers were also going to bring in veteran forward Dan Cleary on the same type of contract. Those...

Cleary Returning To Detroit

And here we go: Per Daniel Cleary "Flying to Traverse. I'm back. Signing tonight." #RedWings — Helene St. James (@HeleneStJames) September 12, 2013 added 10:21am,   Dan Cleary said in a text that he is signing with Wings tonight and on his way to Traverse City. — Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) September 12, 2013

For Dan Cleary, Detroit Red Wings’ Blood Still Thicker Than Philadelphia Flyers’ Financial Water

Dan Cleary’s interesting late summer act of loyalty in choosing Detroit over Philadelphia made another positive statement about Red Wings’ organization (bobfina72, Flickr) Leave it to a baseball writer to put a hockey signing in proper perspective and context. Tony Paul, a Detroit Tigers scribe for The Detroit News, took time out on Twitter from breaking down earned run averages...

Holland On Signing Cleary

from Ansar Khan of Mlive, “We think we’re a better team with Clears,'' Holland said. “He’s a versatile on the wing, he’s good in the locker room. In the end, he flew up (Wednesday) to meet with (coach Mike Babcock) and I at the airport and his message was he wanted to be a Red Wing and he wanted to work with us. “He hopes to play until he's 38, 39...

Report- Cleary Talked With Babcock And Holland Today

I've been updating the recent Cleary news in the KKHockey section, but...   Hearing a meeting took place today between Dan Cleary,Mike Babcock,and Ken Holland in Traverse City,MI. #TSN #DetroitRedWings — Aaron Ward (@aaronward_nhl) September 11, 2013

Philadelphia Flyers sign UFA Dan Cleary to PTO; three-year, $8.25 million contract rumored

Photo by Bill Smith/NHLI via Getty Images By Charlie O’Connor (@THG_Charlie) The Philadelphia Flyers confirmed today that unrestricted free agent Dan Cleary will be joining the team at training camp on a PTO or tryout contract, according to general manager Paul Holmgren. Cleary, a 34-year old winger who has played for the Detroit Red Wings since the start of the 2005-06 season...

Eklund: Gagne Still Hunting for a Team... But Does Have Options

Earlier this week, at the time they thought they had an agreement with Dan Cleary, the Flyers informed unrestricted free agent winger Simon Gagne that he would not receive a contract or a tryout invite. That has not, and will not, change even after Cleary elected to sign in Detroit. However, that does not mean Gagne will be without an NHL team this season. Although it has been...
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