January 23, 2013

San Jose Sharks Best Bet To Land Scott Gomez

Update: ESPN.com’s Pierre LeBrun suggests the San Jose Sharks could still decide against signing UFA Scott Gomez. LeBrun tweeted the following, Tuesday afternoon. “Sharks should decide within next day or so how they proceed with Gomez. Being very thorough. If they sign him, should be around 1 yr/$700,000.” January 20th: The San Jose Sharks are currently considered the “best bet” to land Scott Gomez. Today […]

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January 14, 2013

NHL Signing: Vancouver Canucks Sign Jim Vandermeer To Two-Way Contract

Jim Vandermeer has inked a two-way contract with the Vancouver Canucks, according to the Vancouver Sun. He will earn $600,000 at the NHL level and $275,000 in the minors. Vandermeer is slated to compete with Chris Tanev, Andrew Alberts and new addition Cam Barker for the sixth, seventh and eighth spots on the team’s defense […]

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January 10, 2013

San Jose Sharks Unlikely To Dip Into Free Agent Market

The San Jose Sharks are unlikely to dip into the free-agent pool this abbreviated 2012-13 campaign. According to David Pollak of the San Jose Mercury News, Sharks general manager Doug Wilson is instead leaning toward promotion from within the organization. “You don’t want to bring somebody in and then you’re leapfrogging your own guys who are coming back right […]

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October 9, 2012

Quick Hits: Dominik Hasek, Henrik Zetterberg, NHL Sponsors, Lockout

Sorry for the lack of updates, I had to take a business trip to the west coast. Unfortunately the NHL is still in a lockout and we’ll continue to bring you the latest news. Below are some quick hits from around the league. Veteran goaltender Dominik Hasek appears to be done with ice hockey after giving up hope of […]

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September 5, 2012

Phoenix Coyotes Buyer Greg Jamison Has Secured Financing

Even as the NHL’s regular season remains shrouded in uncertainty with the threat of a lockout, the long-awaited sale of the Phoenix Coyotes is actually coming more clearly into focus. A source confirmed to ESPN.com Tuesday evening that suitor Greg Jamison, the former president and CEO of the San Jose Sharks, has finally arranged financing that would allow […]

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August 28, 2012

Glendale City Council Extends Phoenix Coyotes Arena Management Agreement

The Glendale City Council has directed staff to extend its arena management agreement with the NHL for another month. City Attorney Craig Tindall says it’ll allow potential Phoenix Coyotes owner Greg Jamison more time to try to buy the team. The Arizona Republic reports Glendale’s third 30-day arena management agreement with the NHL was set to expire […]

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August 22, 2012

Quick Hits: Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle, Logan Couture, Sergei Samsonov

Quick Hits from around the league: Taylor Hall and the Edmonton Oilers are reportedly close on agreeing to a new contract, according to TSN Edmonton reporter Ryan Rishaug. It was reported that preliminary discussions on a contract extension were held last week between the two sides, so things are certainly moving along well. It will probably […]

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August 8, 2012

NHL Free Agency: San Jose Sharks Aren’t Willing To Go Beyond Three-Years For Shane Doan

According to David Pollak of the San Jose Mercury, a “well-placed source” reveals the San Jose Sharks weren’t willing to offer more than a three-year deal to Shane Doan. And the club pulled out of the bidding once it was clear the unrestricted free agent forward was seeking a four-year contract.

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July 29, 2012

Greg Jamison Is Reportedly $20 Million Short Of NHL’s Asking Price For Phoenix Coyotes

The prospective new owner of the Phoenix Coyotes reportedly is about $20-million short of the NHL’s asking price. Greg Jamison, a former CEO of the San Jose Sharks, is courting investors to make up the shortfall. Jamison is leading the latest group to bid for the Coyotes, who have been owned by the NHL since […]

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July 27, 2012

NHL Free Agency: Detroit Red Wings Out Of Running For Shane Doan

According to Aaron Ward of TSN, the Detroit Red Wings are out of the running in the Shane Doan sweepstakes because his asking price is reportedly “too high.” Doan would have fit nicely in Detroit, since the Red Wings are looking to add some leadership to help smooth the post-Nik Lidstrom era. It hasn’t been the […]

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