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19.07.2003 18:55
#61 RE:Newsthread - Offseason Thread geschlossen

Canadian Press


7/19/2003

DENVER (CP) - The Colorado Avalanche acquired tough Peter Worrell and a second-round pick in 2004 on Saturday from the Florida Panthers for forwards Vaclav Nedorost and Eric Messier.

Worrell, 25, had two goals and three assists with a team-leading 193 penalty minutes in 63 games. He was fifth in the league in penalty minutes, despite missing 19 due to injury.

In 2001-02 he led the NHL with his career-high of 354 penalty minutes.

``Peter Worrell will add a tremendous amount of grit and toughness to our lineup,'' Michel Goulet, the Avs' vice-president of player personnel, said in a statement. ``His presence adds another physical dimension to our team.''

The deal continues an off-season makeover for the Avs, who were upset in seven games by the Minnesota Wild in the first-round of the playoffs.

They lost goalie Patrick Roy to retirement but later signed star forwards Paul Kariya and Teemu Selanne.

Nedorost, a 21-year-old playmaking centre, picked up four goals and five assists in 42 games last season.

Messier, 29, split time between defence and forward last season, collecting four goals and 10 assists in 72 games.



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19.07.2003 18:57
#62 RE:Newsthread - Offseason Thread geschlossen

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7/19/2003

The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim have come to terms with free agent centre Sergei Fedorov on a five-year deal. ESPN is reporting the deal with worth over $40 million.

Detroit Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch personally offered Fedorov a five year, $50 million contract early last season, a deal that was rejected. Fedorov has since changed agents, but late last season rejected a four year deal that would have paid him a total of $40 million.

Detroit's last offer to Fedorov was made just before he became an unrestricted free agent, a four year contract worth $8 million per season.

Fedorov, who spent the first 13 years of his NHL career with the Red Wings, became an unrestricted free agent on July 1. He tallied 36 goals and 83 points in 80 games last season, his best totals since the 1995-96 season. In 908 career games, Fedorov has 400 goals and 554 assists.

Fedorov won the Hart Trophy as the league's most valuable player in 1994 and the Selke Trophy as the league's best defensive forward in 1994 and 1996. He also has three Stanley Cups with the Red Wings (1997, 1998, 2002).

Desperate for scoring after losing Paul Kariya and Adam Oates, the Ducks signed unrestricted free agent Vaclav Prospal to a five-year contract worth $17.5 million on Thursday.



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20.07.2003 01:26
#63 RE:Newsthread - Offseason Thread geschlossen

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The Colorado Avalanche acquired tough Peter Worrell and a second-round pick in 2004 on Saturday from the Florida Panthers for forwards Vaclav Nedorost and Eric Messier.
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20.07.2003 02:10
#64 RE:Newsthread - Offseason Thread geschlossen

Posted 19/7/2003: Sergei Fedorov (F)
From Detroit Red Wings (NHL) to Anaheim Mighty Ducks (NHL)
Added By: Dan Sgambelluri, Status: Confirmed
Signs a 5 year/40 million dollar contract.

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20.07.2003 12:12
#65 RE:Newsthread - Offseason Thread geschlossen

20.07. Sergei Fedorov hat einen 5-Jahres Vertrag über 40 Mio $ in Anaheim unterzeichnet. Die beiden ersten Jahre sind dabei garantiert, die restlichen drei Jahre sind Fedorov's Option. + + + Die Colorado Avalanche haben Stürmer Vaclav Nedorost und Verteidiger Eric Messier für Tough Guy Peter Worrell und ein Draftrecht nach Florida geschickt. + + + Scotty Bowman wird im Rahmen der "Heritage Classics" beim Spiel zwischen Montreal und Edmonton am 22. November für die Canadiens als Coach hinter der Bande stehen. + + +

19.07. Die New York Islanders haben die Verträge mit den Stürmern Arron Asham und Jason Wiemer verlängert. + + + Die Phoenix Coyotes haben die Zwillinge Chris Ferraro und Peter Ferraro unter Vetrag genommen. + + + Die Toronto Maple Leafs haben den Vertrag mit Stürmer Alexei Ponikarovsky verlängert. + + + Die Washington Capitals haben den Vertrag mit Verteidiger Jason Doig verlängert. + + + Die Phoenix Cpoyotes haben den Vertrag mit Stürmer Tyson Nash verlängert. + + + Die Tampa Bay Lightning haben den Vertrag mit Torhüter John Grahame verlängert. + + + Leon Stickle ist der neue Supervisor für sämtliche Offiziellen der NHL. Stickle war zuletzt 5 Jahre als Direktor der CHL tätig. Zurvor arbeitete er 27 Jahre als Linienrichter in der NHL. + + + Die Columbus Blue Jackets haben die Verteidiger Derrick Walser und Darrel Scoville unter Vertrag genommen. + + +
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22.07.2003 05:19
#66 RE:Newsthread - Offseason Thread geschlossen

da bin ich dochmal gespannt,wie dem worrell das zelt der avalanche passt....he he he ....das wird grob,was da jetzt aus denver auf euch zukommt
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22.07.2003 14:06
#67 RE:Newsthread - Offseason Thread geschlossen

Missing hockey player found in Alps

Canadian Press

REGINA (CP) - The body of a Canadian hockey player, whose family searched for him for months after his sudden disappearance in Austria almost 14 years ago, has been found frozen in the Alps.
Duncan MacPherson, a National Hockey League first-round draft pick in 1984, was last seen on Aug. 9, 1989, while snowboarding on the Stubaier Glacier in the south Tyrol.
The body was discovered late last week by an employee operating a snow-grooming machine at a summer ski resort in Neustift, which is about 40 kilometres southwest of Innsbruck near the Italian border.
MacPherson's parents, Bob and Lynda MacPherson, were scheduled to leave for Austria on Tuesday.

``We feel very sad,'' said Lynda, who was notified about the discovery Friday by a friend from Innsbruck, who met the couple during the first of their seven visits to Austria in search of their son.
The family was contacted by RCMP and Austrian officials on the weekend.
``At 3,000 metres, the body would be pretty well frozen the whole time. His identification was in his pocket,'' Lynda MacPherson said. ``They didn't have a problem identifying him. His dental records are there and our DNA is there.
``Even so, I have to see the body. I have to know for certain that it is him.''
MacPherson was 23 when he disappeared while on his way to take a job as a coach with a hockey team in Dundee, Scotland.
He was a young defenceman playing junior hockey with the Saskatoon Blades of the Western Hockey League when he was drafted 20th overall by the New York Islanders in 1984. He finished up with the Blades in 1986 and played three pro seasons with the American Hockey League, but never made a career in the NHL.
After his contract with the Islanders expired in 1989, he accepted an offer to become a player-coach for the Scottish Dundee Tigers.
His disappearance was riddled with unanswered questions and prompted his parents and girlfriend, Tara Anderson, to spend six weeks in Europe searching for clues.
The MacPhersons had originally been told their son's rented snowboard and boots had been returned to the ski resort. The mystery deepened when a new red Opel Corsa that MacPherson had borrowed from a West German hockey friend was found on Sept. 21 in a parking lot at a spot where a cable car takes people to a glacier skiing area.
``When you're continually told that the snowboard and boots have been returned, it makes you think, `Well, then, what else could have happened if it wasn't a snowboarding accident?' '' his mother said.
``This resulted in us spending considerable effort in pursuing other possibilities, so we chased our tails a little bit.''
In fact, the equipment was found with MacPherson when the body was found.
``It's unfortunate that it took so long to discover that he had an accident, but now we know for sure and now we can deal with the emotional part of it all,'' Lynda MacPherson said.
``If they had said in 1989 that, `We don't know what happened, but he did not return his snowboard and boots and his car is in our parking lot,' I think we could have put two and two together and we could have been dealing with this pain 14 years ago.''
MacPherson said she feels ``angry and resentful,'' but ``at least now we have the answer and that helps to bring closure.''
On the morning of his disappearance, he took snowboarding lessons at the Stubaier resort, had lunch with an instructor and was last seen on the ski lift.
For 14 years, the MacPhersons suspected their son had fallen into a crevasse, but search crews yielded nothing.<
A Canadian team of about a half-dozen canine, technical, and search and rescue specialists also participated in the search. Area businsesses banded together to raise enough money to send the team over.
Ray Unrau, one of the team members who now works with the Saskatoon fire department, remembers how they used cutting-edge technology at the time to try to retrace the missing player's last steps.
Witness statements and various clues were plugged into a computer program to come up with a list of probable places he could be. It was concluded that his body had most likely been swallowed up in the ice of the moving glacier.
Unrau said he never believed this day would come.
``I thought he would be in a glacier until the end of time,'' he said. ``I didn't think we would ever find him.
``I'm extremely relieved for the family. I think everyone in the search team felt really emotionally attached to the parents so, for me, the first thing I felt was good for them that they have some closure.''
Bill Grimmer, another searcher from New Brunswick, was shocked to hear that the body had been found.
``Our summation was that he would probably surface someday, but it could be anywhere from 50 to one million years later,'' Grimmer said.
``I'm happy for the family that they can finally close this.''
Lynda MacPherson said no funeral plans have been made yet.
``We do want an autopsy done, because the big question for me is, `Did he get buried alive?' You might think that it doesn't matter, but you know what? It does,'' she said.
``We'll bring his body home and then we'll deal with whatever we have to deal with after that.''

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22.07.2003 23:04
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Sydor, Numminen highlight three-way trade

Veterans players and draft picks were winging their way across North America Tuesday as three NHL teams pulled off a deal that sees veteran defenseman Teppo Numminen's long tenure with the Phoenix Coyotes end.

Numminen is now a member of the Dallas Stars, while fellow defenseman Darryl Sydor will now call the Columbus Blue Jackets his team and center Mike Sillinger is the newest Coyote.

Numminen and Columbus' second-round pick in the 2004 Entry Draft go to Dallas. Sillinger and an undisclosed draft pick go to Phoenix and Sydor ends up in Columbus.

For Numminen, the trade ends a 15-year association with the Phoenix franchise. He originally was drafted by the Winnipeg Jets, the Coyotes' predecessor, in 1986 and debuted with the club in 1989-90. He made the move to Phoenix with the Coyotes and always has been a solid, dependable backliner. In all, Numminen appeared in 1,098 games with the Coyotes franchise, which puts him behind only Detroit's Steve Yzerman (1,378) for the player with the longest tenure with one club.

Last season, Numminen scored six goals and assisted on 24 others in 78 games. There was considerable speculation he would be traded to a Stanley Cup contender at the trade deadline, but Numminen stayed put until Tuesday. For his career, the Finnish Olympian has 108 goals and a total of 534 points.

He joins a veteran team in Dallas that has seen Derian Hatcher  a fixture on the Stars' blue line -- sign with Detroit earlier this summer. As presently constituted, Numminen joins a defense corps that includes Philippe Boucher, Richard Matvichuk, Stephane Robidas, Don Sweeney and Sergei Zubov. In addition, John Erskine is a restricted free agent and Lyle Odelein is an unrestricted free agent.

"Teppo Numminen is a talented player who adds veteran leadership and experience to our defensive corps," Stars General Manager Doug Armstrong said. "He plays a solid game on both ends of the ice and is the consummate professional. We're very excited to add him to our team."

Columbus adds a 12-year veteran in Sydor, who was a first-round selection of the Los Angeles Kings in 1990. Last season, Sydor scored five goals and 31 assists and was a plus-22 in 81 games. In addition to good size at 6-foot-1, 205 pounds, Sydor can run the point on the power play. For his career, Sydor has 82 goals and 323 assists in 863 regular-season games.

"Darryl Sydor is a perfect fit for our hockey club and I am ecstatic that we were able to bring him to Columbus," Columbus GM/coach Doug MacLean said. "Not only is he an excellent puck mover and strong power-play performer, but he is a winner having won a Memorial Cup championship in juniors and a Stanley Cup with the Stars. I've pursued Darryl for some time and I'm thrilled that he is a Blue Jacket."

Sillinger became available after the Blue Jackets signed centers Todd Marchant and Trevor Letowski as unrestricted free agents this summer. Sillinger also has spent parts of the last 12 seasons in the NHL, making the rounds from the Red Wings to the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, to the Vancouver Canucks, Philadelphia Flyers, Tampa Bay Lightning, Florida Panthers, Ottawa Senators and the Blue Jackets. In 75 games with the Blue Jackets last season, Sillinger scored 18 goals and 25 assists. For his career, Sillinger has scored 153 goals and 221 assists in 753 regular-season games.


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23.07.2003 12:25
#69 RE:Newsthread - Offseason Thread geschlossen

Monday, July 21

Westland honors Modano by renaming arena

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WESTLAND, Mich. -- The city has renamed its ice arena in honor of hometown hero and NHL All-Star Mike Modano.

"You can take away the goals and the Stanley Cup and to have your name on an arena and have impact on children ... this is truly amazing," the 33-year-old Modano said at a renaming ceremony on Sunday. "The city of Westland has always been good to me.''

The Dallas Stars center is a two-time member of the U.S. Olympic hockey team. He was the No. 1 pick overall in the 1988 NHL draft.

He honed his skills by playing in various hockey leagues at the arena, which used to be called the Westland Sports Arena, The Detroit News reported.

The Stars recently named Modano the team's captain. He replaced Derian Hatcher, who signed a five-year deal with Detroit earlier this month. Modano has the most goals, assists, points, game-winning goals, short-handed goals and games played in team history.

Westland is located 25 miles west of Detroit.

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23.07. Die Dallas Stars haben Verteidiger Teppo Numminen aus Phoenix geholt. Im Austausch dafür kam Center Mike Sillinger aus Columbus nach Phoenix und Verteidiger Darryl Sydor aus Dallas nach Columbus. + + + Steve Yzerman hat einen neuen Vertrag für 1 Jahr in Detroit unterzeichntet. Der Kapitän der Red Wings erhält 6 Mio $ plus 2 Mio $ Bonus. + + + Die Tampa Bay Lightning haben den Vertrag mit Stürmer Ben Clymer verlängert. + + + Die Boston Bruins haben Stürmer Ted Donato verpflichtet. + + + Die New York Islanders haben die Veträge mit den Torhütern Garth Snow und Rick DiPietro verlängert. + + + Die Nashville Predators haben Stürmer Jim McKenzie verpflichtet. + + + Die Washington Cpitals haben den Vertrag mit Center Trent Whitfield verlängert. + + + In Westland, nahe Detroit, hat man die Eishalle umbenannt in "Modano Arena" um den NHL Spieler zu ehren. Mike Modano wurde in Westland geboren und ist wohl der berühmteste Sohn der Stadt. . + + + Die Montrel Canadiens haben Prospect Michael Ryder verpflichtet. + + + Die New York Rangers haben bekanntgegeben, dass Tom Renney als neuer Assistenz Trainer agieren wird. Renney ist Vize Präsident für Spielerentwicklung der Rangers und war zuvor als Cheftrainer für Team Canada tätig. + + + Der ehemalige NHL General Manager Pierre Gauthier ist der neue Scouting Direktor der Montreal Canadiens. Gauthier arbeitete bereits 22 Jahre in der NHL als Scout, Manager und Präsident. + + + In Ottawa wurde am Freitag die "Bobby Orr Sports Hall of Fame" eröffnet. Mit dabei bei der Eröffnung war Bobby Orr persönlich. Der ehemalige NHL Spieler war sichtlich gerührt und fühlte sich geehrt. + + + In den Alpen, nahe Innsbruck, fand man die Leiche des kanadischen Eishockeyspieler Duncan MacPherson. In 3000 Meter Höhe lag der gefrorene Körper seit 1989. Vor 14 Jahren war der Kanadier beim Snowbording verschwunden. MacPherson war ein Verteidiger und 1984 beim Draft in der ersten Runde als 20. gesamt von den Islanders gezogen worden. Als er verschwand war er gerade 23 Jahre alt und auf dem Weg nach Schottland, um eine Stelle als Trainer anzutreten. + + + Die New York Islanders haben Stürmer Trent Hunter verpflichtet. + + +

22.07. Wegen eines Serverausfalls gab es auch heute leider keine News! + + +

21.07. Wegen technischer Probleme gab es heute keine aktuellen News! + + +

20.07. Sergei Fedorov hat einen 5-Jahres Vertrag über 40 Mio $ in Anaheim unterzeichnet. Die beiden ersten Jahre sind dabei garantiert, die restlichen drei Jahre sind Fedorov's Option. + + + Die Colorado Avalanche haben Stürmer Vaclav Nedorost und Verteidiger Eric Messier für Tough Guy Peter Worrell und ein Draftrecht nach Florida geschickt. + + + Scotty Bowman wird im Rahmen der "Heritage Classics" beim Spiel zwischen Montreal und Edmonton am 22. November für die Canadiens als Coach hinter der Bande stehen. + + +
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25.07. Luc Robitaille hat einen 1-Jahresvertrag bei den Los Angeles Kings unterzeichnet. + + + Die Washington Capitals haben Mike Grier unter Vertrag genommen. + + + Boston's Verteidiger Jonathan Girard hatte einen Autounfall. Sein Wagen durchbrach eine Leitplanke und stürzte eine Böschung hinunter. Dabei zog er sich Verletzungen am becken zu. In dem wagen saßen zwei weitere Personen. Nach Angaben der Polizei war kein Alkohol im Spiel. + + + Die Columbus Blue Jackets haben die Stürmer David Ling und Brad Moran weiterverpflichtet. + + + Die Dallas Stars haben Verteidiger Stephane Robidas für ein weiteres Jahr unter Vertrag genommen. + + + Die Atlanta Thrashers haben die Stürmer Kamil Piros und Brian Swanson verpflichtet. + + + Die New York Islanders haben zwei neue Assistsnz Trainer verpflichtet. Curt Fraser und Jeff Jackson haben beide Erfahrung als Cheftrainer und besitzen ein gutes Gespür für die Entwicklung junger Talente. + + + Die New York Rangers haben Stürmer Richard Scott unter Vertrag genommen. + + + In Schweden wurde Patrik Nilson (22), Bruder von Panther's Marcus Nilson, positiv auf Doping getestet. Der Schwede beteuerte ein Medikament in Florida gekauft zu haben, ohne zu wissen, dass es verbotene Substanzen enhalte. Wenn die B-Probe ebenfalls positiv ist, drohen ihm Vertragsverlust und 2 Jahre Sperre. + + + Mike Modano war sehr überrascht, als er seinen Stanley Cup Ring von 1999 bei eBay entdeckte. Er hatte seinen Ring einem Juwelier anvertraut, um davon eine Kopie anfertigen zu lassen. Der Juwelier verkaufte den Ring stattdessen an einen Mann in Florida. Das letzte Angebot für den Ring lag bei 20.000 $. Mittlerweile ist das Gebot aus dem eBay Programm verschwunden, so wie auch der Juwelier spurlos verschwunden ist. + + + Tuomo Ruutu, Chicago's Erstrunden Pick von 2001, scheint leicht übertrieben Wertvorstellungen zu haben. Er wollte von den Blackhawks zwischen 5 und 7 Mio $ pro Saison, was der Verein natürlich ablehnte. Das Maximumgehalt für einen Rookie leigt zur Zeit bei 1,13 Mio $. Durch Bonuszahlungen kann das Gehalt natürlich steigen. Das Angebot der Blackhawks enthielt einen Bonus von 3 Mio $. Dieses Angebot wurde aber inzwischen zurückgezogen. + + + Die New Jersey Devils haben Verteidiger Sean Brown verpflichtet. + + + Die Montrel Canadiens haben Center Mike Ribeiro unter Vertrag genommen. + + +

24.07. Die Anaheim Mighty Ducks haben die Verträge mit Verteidiger wing Lance Ward und Center Samuel Pahlsson um 2 Jahre verlängert. + + + Die Washington Capitals haben Stürmer Stephen Peat für ein weiteres Jahr unter Vertrag genommen. + + + Die Boston Bruins haben den Vertrag mit Verteidiger Hal Gill um 1 Jahr verlängert. + + + Die Anaheim Mighty Ducks haben Verteidiger Vitaly Vishnevski, Torhüter Eddie Ferhi und Verteidiger Juha Alen unter Vertrag genommen. Weiterhin haben die Ducks Torhüter Martin Gerber für ein weiteres Jahr unter Vertrag genommen. + + + Die Minnesota Wild haben Doug Risebrough zum neuen Präsident und General Manager ernannt. Matt Majka ist der neue Vize Präsident für Geschäftsabwicklungen. + + + Stürmer Michael Ryder hat einen Vertrag in Montreal unterzeichnet. + + + Die New York Islanders haben Center Sean Bergenheim unter Vertrag genommen. + + + Die Minnesota Wild haben den Vertrag mit Stürmer Antti Laaksonen verlängert. + + + Verteidiger Pascal Trepanier hat einen Vertrag bei den Tampa Bay Lightning unterzeichnet. + + + Die Toronto Maple Leafs waren bisher bei ihrer Suche nach einem neuen General Manager nicht erfolgreich. Deshalb wird vorläufig Pat Quinn auch weiterhin Trainer und GM bleiben. + + + Die Nashville Predators haben Stürmer Mike Farrell verpflichtet. + + + Die Toronto Maple Leafs haben Stürmer Harold Druken unter Vertrag genommen. + + + Die Ottawa Senators haben Stürmer Josh Langfeld und Verteidiger Wade Brookbank verpflichtet.
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25.07.2003 12:23
#71 RE:Newsthread - Offseason Thread geschlossen

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+ + + Mike Modano war sehr überrascht, als er seinen Stanley Cup Ring von 1999 bei eBay entdeckte. Er hatte seinen Ring einem Juwelier anvertraut, um davon eine Kopie anfertigen zu lassen. Der Juwelier verkaufte den Ring stattdessen an einen Mann in Florida. Das letzte Angebot für den Ring lag bei 20.000 $. Mittlerweile ist das Gebot aus dem eBay Programm verschwunden, so wie auch der Juwelier spurlos verschwunden ist. + + +

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25.07.2003 12:28
#72 RE:Newsthread - Offseason Thread geschlossen

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Tuomo Ruutu, Chicago's Erstrunden Pick von 2001, scheint leicht übertrieben Wertvorstellungen zu haben. Er wollte von den Blackhawks zwischen 5 und 7 Mio $ pro Saison, was der Verein natürlich ablehnte. Das Maximumgehalt für einen Rookie leigt zur Zeit bei 1,13 Mio $


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Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1999-00 HIFK Helsinki FNL 1 0 0 0 2 -- -- -- -- --
2000-01 Jokerit Helsinki FNL 47 11 11 22 86 5 0 0 0 4
2001-02 Jokerit Helsinki FNL 51 7 16 23 69 10 0 6 6 29
2002-03 HIFK Helsinki FNL 30 12 15 27 24


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25.07.2003 16:27
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Sabres-Maple Leafs Sums

Buffalo 0120--3Toronto 0030--3
First Period--None. Penalties--Peters, Buf (unsportsmanlike conduct), 1:30; Gratton, Buf (hooking), 17:17.

Second Period--1, Buffalo, Warrener 1 (Milley, Mair), 19:46. Penalties--Peters, Buf, major (fighting), 3:07; Doull, Tor, major (fighting), 3:07; Bonni, Tor (holding), 5:58; Warrener, Buf (interference), 15:57.

Third Period--2, Toronto, McCauley 1 (Pilar, Bonni), 1:32. 3, Toronto, Fitzgerald 1 (Healey, Pilar), 15:29. 4, Toronto, Fitzgerald 2 (Ponikarovsky, Domi), 17:37. 5, Buffalo, Connolly 1 (Gratton, Satan), 18:36. 6, Buffalo, Satan 3 (Zhitnik, Campbell), 19:24. Penalties--Milley, Buf (interference), 1:58; Peters, Buf, minor-game misconduct (roughing), 13:07; Ray, Buf, major-misconduct (fighting), 13:07; Doull, Tor, major-misconduct (fighting), 13:07; Bonni, Tor (roughing), 13:07.

Overtime--None. Penalties--None.

Shots on goal--Buffalo 8-10-15-6--39. Toronto 16-2-8-0--26.

Power-play Opportunities--Buffalo 0 of 1; Toronto 0 of 5.

Goalies--Buffalo, Noronen 0-1-1 (26 shots-23 saves). Toronto, Tellqvist (19 shots-19 saves), Centomo 0-0-1 (10:10 Second, 20 shots-17 saves).

A--18,508 (18,819).

Referees--Brad Meier, Dan O'Halloran. Linesmen--Dan McCourt, Derek Nansen.


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25.07.2003 19:06
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Bruins defenseman Girard injured in car accident

BOSTON (AP) -- Boston Bruins defenseman Jonathan Girard injured his hip in a car accident Thursday in Quebec.

The extent of Girard's injury was not immediately known, team spokeswoman Heidi Holland said Friday.

Bruins general manager Mike O'Connell was quoted by The Boston Globe as saying that Girard lost control of his car in St. Gabriel de Brandon, about 30 miles east of Montreal, and that the car went off the road, flipped and landed in a ditch.

O'Connell said he spoke to Girard's agent, Bob Sauve, and was told Girard lost some blood and needed stitches. O'Connell said he wasn't sure of the severity of the injuries, but said, "I think he's going to be fine."

Girard had six goals and 16 assists in 73 games with the Bruins last season and signed a one-year contract earlier this year.

nhl.com


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Rangers add tough guy Chris Simon

NEW YORK (Ticker) - The New York Rangers added some toughness Friday, signing unrestricted free agent left wing Chris Simon, who has accumulated over 1,300 penalty minutes in his career.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

It is the second offseason signing for the Rangers, who also inked veteran defenseman Greg de Vries as they try to snap a franchise-worst six-year playoff drought.

Simon fits into the mold of Sandy McCarthy, a valuable member of the Rangers the last couple of seasons who can score and defend his teammates. Simon had 12 goals and 148 penalty minutes last season.

The 31-year-old Simon spent 2002-03 between Washington and Chicago. He was dealt early in the season to the Blackhawks in a trade that sent Michael Nylander and two draft picks to the Capitals.

Simon played in 82 games with the Caps two seasons ago and totaled 29 goals, 20 assists and 146 penalty minutes for them in 1999-2000. In 11 NHL seasons with the Caps and Quebec-Colorado franchise, he has 108 goals, 117 assists and 1,346 penalty minutes.

The 6-4, 235-pounder also has appeared in 51 playoff games, winning the Stanley Cup with Colorado in 1996.

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Brawls. Blood. Mayhem. Philly style. You want it - we got it!

newcoming tough enforcers: --> Leafs-Fans können hier klicken!!
Garrett Burnett HFD GP 62, G 6, A 1, P 7, Pim´s 346 - Peter Vandermeer PHI GP 77, G 5, A 8, P 13, Pim´s 335
Sean McMorrow ROC GP 64, G 0, A 1, P 1, Pim´s 315 - Darcy Verot SJN GP73, G 5, A 11, P 16, Pim´s 299

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