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Minnesota Wild | Free Agency Tracker

Track all of the free agency moves in the NHL at Wild.com

Tuesday, 06.22.2010 / 10:16 PM / Minnesota Wild | Features
By Dewayne Hankins  - Manager, Web & Creative Services
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PLAYEr INSTANT ANALYSIS
john scott blackhawks quickly replace burish with former wild d-man john scott. more importantly, the hawks are finally adding salary rather than shedding it.
ERIC NYSTROM WILD SIGNS GRITTY LEFT WINGER TO A 3-YEAR DEAL. AFTER A QUIET START, WILD HAS NOW ADDED TWO QUALITY FORWARDS VIA FREE AGENCY.
dustin boyd AFTER TRADING NASHVILLE FOR HIS RIGHTS A WEEK AGO, THE CANADIENS FINALLY GET A DEAL DONE WITH BOYD WHO HAD 24 POINTS WITH NASHVILLE AND CALGARY LAST YEAR.
matt cullen WILD FINDS ITS CENTER IN CULLEN AND SIGN HIM TO A THREE-YEAR DEAL. THE VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA NATIVE HOPES TO SHINE FOR HIS HOMETOWN TEAM.
jeremy reich the bruins have been fairly quiet today because of how close they are to the cap. reich could make the team as a third- or fourth-liner.
ANDREW RAYCROFT STARS SIGN THEIR BACKUP GOALTENDER. RAYCROFT'S FOURTH TEAM IN FOUR SEASONS.
adam burish STARS SIGN BLACKHAWKS BRUISER TO 2-YEAR DEAL. ENFORCERS SEEM TO BE MAKING OUT PRETTY WELL TODAY.
saku koivu mikko's older brother re-signs for two more years with the ducks. the koivu bros. reunion will not happen this year.
JEFF TAMBELLINI CANUCKS TAKING A CHANCE ON FORMER WOLVERINE. TAMBELLINI IS A GRINDER WITH SOME ABILITY TO SCORE.
vaclav prospal PROSPAL RE-UPS WITH RANGERS AFTER 20-GOAL CAMPAIGN LAST SEASON. WILL HE HAVE A BETTER SEASON WITH BOOGAARD THE BODYGUARD?
jordan leopold a good day so far for former gopher defenseman as leopold signs for 3 years with buffalo. the sabres needed to fill a hole now that lydman has gone to the ducks. as for the penguins, they cut ties with one gopher d-man and pick up a new one (martin).
chris mason thrashers sign their new no. 1 netminder to a 2-year deal. mason was more than serviceable as the blues starter the last two seasons and becomes expendable because of the halak trade.
olli jokinen to the surprise of just about everyone, the flames land jokinen (whom they traded last season to the rangers). there's a reunion in calgary now with jokinen and tanguay locked up.
anton volchenkov devils sign volchenkov to 6-year deal and tied for the longest of the day so far. sens couldn't afford volchenkov with gonchar signing and devils need replacement for martin (off to pittsburgh)
dan hamhuis the canucks make their second headline signing of the day signing the best available d-man hamhuis to a 6-year deal. vancouver has money to spend with mitchell and demitra coming off the books.
kurtis foster oilers get former wild d-man for a 2-year deal. foster had 42 points last season, proving he was all the way back from the devastating leg injury that kept him out of all but 10 games in 2008-09.
henrik tallinder devils sign tallinder to a 4-year deal, marking the second player today in the sabres core to leave buffalo. free agency is never good to the sabres.
alexander steen blues reward steen's breakout year with a four-year deal. 24 goals last year was a career high.
curtis sanford LIKELY HEADED BACK TO HAMILTON (AHL) TO BE THE HABS' THIRD-STRING NETMINDER.
ray whitney 38-year-old winger has scored at least 20 goals in each of the last four seasons. coyotes are hoping he can keep that streak going for two more years.
toni lydman DUCKS GET IN ON THE FREE AGENT FRENZY SIGNING FINNISH D-MAN LYDMAN TO A 3-YEAR DEAL. HAS 198 POINTS IN 660 CAREER GAMES.
DEREK BOOGAARD boogaard reunites with gaborik to be his bodyguard in the big apple. reports have it as a 4-year deal. michael russo of the star tribune reports that the wild had a chance to match the offer and did not.
PAUL MARTIN THE PENGUINS CONTINUE TO REVAMP THEIR BLUE LINE AFTER LOSING GONCHAR. FORMER GOPHER AND MINNESOTA NATIVE SIGNS WITH THE PENGUINS after 6-year career with devils. michael russo of the star tribune reports that the wild were in on it, but martin didn't want the pressure of playing in his hometown.
dan ellis ellis became expendable when pekka rinne became the preds no. 1 last season. after losing niittymaki to san jose, the dan ellis era can begin in tampa.
jody shelley THE FLYERS CONTINUE TO BE THE MOST ACTIVE TEAM ON JULY 1, SIGNING ENFORCER JODY SHELLEY TO A 3-YEAR DEAL. HE AND DANIEL CARCILLO CAN RE-MAKE THE BROAD STREET BULLIES.
derek morris SOME GUYS HIT THE FREE AGENT MARKET ONLY TO SIGN WITH THEIR ORIGINAL TEAMS. COYOTES LOCK UP MORRIS FOR FOUR MORE YEARS.
sean o'donnell THE FIRST CAPTAIN IN WILD HISTORY IS LEAVING THE WEST COAST AS THE FLYERS CONTINUE TO RE-SHAPE THEIR BLUE LINE.
MANNY MALHOTRA CANUCKS SIGN MALHOTRA TO A THREE-YEAR DEAL. TWO-WAY FORWARD HAS 230 POINTS IN 705 NHL GAMES.
joel perrault the well-traveled perrault will get his first crack with the canucks. had 17 points in 49 games back in 2007-08 with phoenix.
COLby armstrong a prototypical brian burke-type player, armstrong gets a three-year deal to join the maple leafs.
alex auld canadiens pick up their backup goaltender as the carey price era restarts in montreal after the trade of halak last month.
ANTERO NIITTYMAKI SHARKS FIND A NEW GOALIE AT A FRACTION OF THE COST FOR NABOKOV AND THEY'RE HOPING FOR SIMILIAR RESULTS.
BRAYDON COBURN FLYERS RE-SIGN COBURN TO GO ALONG WITH TRADE FOR MESZAROS. SUDDENLY, FLYERS HAVE A LOT OF CASH INVESTED IN THEIR BLUE LINE.
ZBYNEK MICHALEK HE WON'T REPLACE THE LOSS OF GONCHAR, BUT MICHALEK IS A SOLID BLUELINER. BIGGEST DOLLARS OF THE DAY SO FAR.
erik christensen ENERGY FORWARD RE-SIGNS WITH RANGERS FOR TWO MORE YEARS.
ANTON BABCHUK A YEAR IN THE KHL WAS ENOUGH FOR BABCHUK AS THE FORMER 'CANES BLUELINER RE-SIGNS IN CAROLINA.
ALEX TANGUAY the flames get a familiar face in tanguay and hope that he can forget his poor season with tampa in 2009-10.
sergei gonchar THE SENATORS SURPRISE EVERYONE AND SWOOP IN TO SIGN GONCHAR. THIS IMMEDIATELY HELPS THE SENS POWER PLAY AND BLUE LINE OFFENSE.
DAN PAILE
PAILE chooses not to go anywhere after all and RE-SIGNS WITH BRUINS FOR TWO SEASONS.
MARTIN BIRON RANGERS WASTE NO TIME IN GETTING THEIR BACKUP GOALTENDER SIGNED TO A TWO-YEAR DEAL.
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