Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Free Agent Signings For Tuesday

Another day another several free agent signings in the NHL. Here are yesterdays free agent signings with links to previous day's signings. Likely some of these signings will be very important in the upcoming season, even though most of the stars have already signed.

Philadelphia resigns Kim Johnsson, Branko Radivojevic and Patrick Sharp. TSN's story is here.

Calgary acquired Phillippe Sauve from Colorado for a conditional 7th round pick. TSN's story is here. Players have very little trade value in this new CBA (unless Edmonton acquires them). Sauve is a potential laden goalie who might emerge as a very good goalie someday. Worst case, Calgary will have a solid backup with his acquisition. I think this is a very good move for the Flames.

Edmonton resigns Marty Reasoner and Dan Smith. TSN's story is here.

Andrew Cassels leaves Columbus to sign with Washington. TSN's story is here. He is an aging player who won't bring much to a rebuilding Caps team. Brendan Witt is asking for a trade instead of staying to playh with this rebuilding squad. Why is rebuilding necessary in today's NHL? The players you rebuild with will leave as free agents before they reach their primes. With the many free agents out there, Washington could have a slightly more competitive team if they made an effort to enter the free agent market. Rebuilding was useful undeer the old CBA, but it won't work under this one.

St Louis signs Dean McAmmond from Calgary and resigns Bryce Salvador, Eric Boguniecki and Colin Hemingway. TSN's story is here.

Minnesota signs Todd White from Ottawa and resigns Willie Mitchell and Pierre-Marc Bouchard. TSN's story is here.

Kevyn Adams resigns with Carolina. TSN's story is here.

Atlanta resigns Shane Hnidy, Brian Maloney and Adam Smyth. TSN's story is here.

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