It has been reported by the website iSports.cz that former Sabre Jaroslav Spacek has retired from the NHL. The defenseman spent 13 seasons in the NHL with seven different teams, including three with Buffalo.
During his first year in Buffalo, the Sabres captured the President's Trophy, but Spacek improved from an offensive standpoint the next two years. Spacek went from 21...
If there is one positive thing to take away from the Tomas Kaberle fiasco last, it is that Jim Rutherford was able to dump off his contract on then Montreal Canadiens GM Pierre Gauthier without giving up much of anything. All the Hurricanes had to do was take on the expiring contract of 37 year old defenseman Jaroslav Spacek in return and this deal ended up being more than just a...
If you have been keeping up with the scoring chance recaps, one thing you will notice is that Jamie McBain & Jaroslav Spacek have been the team's "highest rated" defensemen in about six of the last seven games. These two are also leading the defense corps in terms of possession metrics and are currently the only defensemen on the team with scoring chance percentages...
Jaroslav Spacek, currently a defenceman playing for the Carolina Hurricanes, could find himself in the black and gold of the Boston Bruins next season.
According to Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe, the Bruins took a strong run at acquiring the 38-year-old from the Hurricanes prior to the NHL’s trade deadline, but Carolina’s asking price was too high. But that’s not the...
Jaroslav Spacek scored in his return to Montreal and the Carolina Hurricanes snapped the Canadiens' four-game winning streak with a 5-3 victory on Monday night.
It was the first time that Kirk Muller - who played in Montreal for four seasons and was an assistant coach there for five - coached against the Canadiens.
Captain Eric Staal scored twice for the for the Hurricanes...
Via AP on Fox
February 13, 2012
It’s not uncommon for two teams to recognize the other’s problem, and, strike up an agreement.
“Let’s make a deal.”
Tomas Kaberle will look to bounce back in a new setting with the Montreal Canadiens after being traded by the Carolina Hurricanes.
That’s pretty much the consensus between the trade of Tomas Kabarle to the Montreal Canadiens for Jaroslav Spacek...
CANADIENS ACQUIRE DEFENSEMAN TOMAS KABERLE FROM THE CAROLINA HURRICANES IN RETURN FOR JAROSLAV SPACEK
MONTREAL (December 9, 2011) – Montreal Canadiens general manager, Pierre Gauthier, announced today the acquisition of defenseman Tomas Kaberle from the Carolina Hurricanes, in return for defenseman Jaroslav Spacek.
The 33-year old Kaberle played 29 games with the Hurricanes...
The Carolina Hurricanes have traded defenseman Tomas Kaberle to the Montreal Canadiens for defenseman Jaroslav Spacek.
The Hurricanes announced the deal Friday, a few hours before their game at Winnipeg.
Carolina signed Kaberle to a three-year, $12.75 million contract in July hoping a reunion with Paul Maurice - who coached him in Toronto - would help improve the Hurricanes'...
Via AP on Fox
December 09, 2011
The Montreal Canadiens acquired Tomas Kaberle from the Carolina Hurricanes on Friday for fellow defenseman Jaroslav Spacek.
Despite posting four points in his last two games, Kaberle has disappointed during his first season with the Hurricanes. The 33-year-old has collected just nine assists and is a minus-12 in 29 games.
The 37-year-old Spacek, who is currently on injured reserve...
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Yes, you read that right.
In an effort to plug leaks on the good ship Canadiens, General Manager Pierre Gauthier pulled the trigger on a trade.
To the Carolina Hurricanes goes Jaroslav Spacek and coming back to Montreal is Tomas Kaberle.
What a brutal move.
Not only would Spacek have fetched much more come trade deadline day, but he was in the last year of a deal that...