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  1. Unpon further research, #3 not offically retired .
  2. Not 100% sure, but in other sports, if a team retires a number than the team "governs" it.
  3. Not impressed with this on the surface.....
  4. Something may be about to go down...Oiler trade Dubnyk away for a Matt Hendricks.....
  5. Peters is 27 and has bad NHL numbers and mediocre to above average AHL numbers. I think the evaluation of him is over. Murphy is 3 years younger with a bit better numbers in the AHL, let see what he can do as #1 there. I wouldnt say Bryzgalov was horrible in Philly but he was much better in a smaller market in Pheonix.
  6. This is NUTS!!! They need to sign a guy like Bryzgalov to a 2 way deal FAST to savage this season before it gets too far away from them.
  7. Hurry Ruutu is way behind!!! http://www.tsn.ca/showdown/2012/
  8. Should have dumped Mo, hired Lewis as HC and assts Brind'Amour and Rowe
  9. PER TSN...... New York Rangers forward Derek Boogaard has died. Minneapolis Star Trbune's Michael Russo first reported the news on Twitter Friday evening, saying the 28-year-old was found dead in his apartment by his family. "Derek was an extremely kind and caring individual," Rangers president and general manager Glen Sather said in a release. "He was a very thoughtful person, who will be dearly missed by all those who knew him. We extend our deepest sympathies to his family, friends and teammates during this difficult time." Boogaard began his NHL career with Minnesota and appeared in 255 career games with the Wild from 2005-06 and 2009-10. He joined the Rangers on July 1, 2010, appearing in 22 games in the 2010-11 season. Throughout his career, Boogaard sought to make a difference in the communities he played in, taking part in numerous charitable endeavors. Boogaard was a supporter of the Defending the Blue Line Foundation, a non-profit charitable foundation whose mission is to ensure that children of military members are afforded every opportunity to participate in the great sport of hockey. While with the Rangers, he created "Boogaard's Booguardians," hosting military members and their families at all New York Ranger home games. In addition, he made multiple appearances with partner organizations of the Garden of Dreams Foundation, the non-profit charity that works closely with all areas of Madison Square Garden, including the New York Knicks, Rangers, Liberty, MSG Media, MSG Entertainment and Fuse "to make dreams come true for kids facing obstacles." The Saskatoon, Saskatchewan native was originally Minnesota's seventh round choice, 202nd overall, in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.
  10. Hands down...Skinner....as he is the only TRUE rookie nominated!!!!!
  11. would have liked to see Carson hang around here a bit longer and show what he got. with the Dman needs out there, we knew someone would claim him. JR should have tried to get a lower pick or farm body for him.
  12. My point is that I rather get different guys that fit that mold than those 2.
  13. I guess to each their own. I would not make either of those deals. Way too much for those guys.
  14. Its going to take Chad Larose Sanguinetti Boychuk/Osala San Jose Pick Our first (this or next) To get Hemsky and Vandemeer???????????? OMG I hope not!!!!!!
  15. I ALWAYS knew he was dirty!!!! Kidding But it was a bad hit.
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