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Wes Walz Offline

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27.10.2003 10:42
#61 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

hast wohl den 3 million signing bonus vergesse



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27.10.2003 10:43
#62 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

der steht net in der meldung also gibs ihn nicht. (muss man annehmen)

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27.10.2003 10:46
#63 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

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includes a $3 million signing bonus


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27.10.2003 10:47
#64 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

ich geh dann mal...

sind aber 3,3. soviel zeit muss sein

Atenio

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"Autorität setzt zwingend Freiheit voraus, die sie anerkennt oder leugnet; Freiheit wiederum das Wort im politischen Sinne genommen, setzt ebenfalls Autorität voraus, die mit ihr verhandelt, sie zügelt oder duldet. Entfernt eine von beiden - und die andere hat keinen Sinn mehr: Die Autorität ist ohne eine Freiheit, die diskutiert, Widerstand leistet oder sich unterwirft, nur ein leeres Wort; die Freiheit ist ohne eine Autorität, die ihr ein Gegengewicht bietet, ein Un-Sinn."

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Häusle Bauer


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27.10.2003 20:59
#65 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

Wild star upset by lack off progress

Associated Press
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- All-Star holdout Marian Gaborik returned to Minnesota this month hoping for a deal that would get him back in uniform. Now, he's leaving again.


Two long meetings with Wild management have done nothing to resolve his contract status, Gaborik said Monday in a statement through his agent.


``I am very disappointed with these developments, especially after last season's successful playoff run,'' he said.


The statement didn't say whether Gaborik was headed back to his native Slovakia.


Wild general manager Doug Risebrough said he hadn't seen the statement and wouldn't comment.


Gaborik, 21, Minnesota's first-ever draft pick and only All-Star selection, became a restricted free agent after leading the team with 30 goals in 2002-03, his third NHL season.


The Wild's initial offer to Gaborik _ a four-year contract worth $9.5 million, starting at $1.5 million per season _ was turned down by agent Allan Walsh in June, and the stalemate began.


Two days before training camp, Minnesota offered a three-year deal worth $9.5 million _ including an annual average of $3.15 million in base salary and a chance for Gaborik to earn an additional $1.75 million in performance bonuses.


Walsh also declined that proposal, telling the team his client was prepared to sit out the season if he didn't get a three-year contract worth at least $6.5 million per season. Walsh said the Wild made between $12 million and $14 million in unexpected revenue from the playoffs last season, when Minnesota advanced to the Western Conference finals.


Gaborik had 17 points, good for third among all teams, in the 2003 postseason.


A native of Trencin, Slovakia, Gaborik was selected by the Wild with the third overall choice in 2000. He played this fall for Dukla Trencin, a team in his hometown.


Saying on Oct. 13 he wanted to ``bring new blood'' into the talks, Gaborik had Walsh's partner, David Schatia, take the lead on the negotiations. Gaborik's statement Monday came through Schatia.


Two days later, Gaborik left Slovakia to return to the Twin Cities. Both sides stopped commenting on the negotations at that point.


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27.10.2003 21:02
#66 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

Gaborik leaves Minnesota

Canadian Press

10/27/2003

Unsigned winger Marian Gaborik left Minnesota and delivered a parting shot on his way out as talks with the Wild once again broke down.

Gaborik, in a statement released Monday by his Montreal-based agent David Schatia, said he came down in his asking price but still couldn't agree to terms.

``Unfortunately, the Wild management have been and remain unwilling to negotiate,'' Gaborik said.

Wild general manager Doug Risebrough hasn't budged from the three-year, $9.45-million US contract offer he made public two weeks ago. The offer breaks down as $2.8 million this year, $3.15 million next year and $3.55 million in 2005-06, plus incentives.

Gaborik, who originally was asking for close to $6.5 million a year, is now willing to sign for $13.5 million over three years.

``We have discussed and have attempted to be creative and show a degree of flexibility,'' Schatia said Monday from Montreal. ``Marian has made his position clear: he wants to make what he made last year. He doesn't want a raise, he doesn't want a decrease.

``The compensation that he earned last year was $4.4 million and the year before was about the same. That's all he wants, over three years. And they're saying `No way.' That's fine. I guess we'll see how things unfold with time.''

Technically, Gaborik earned $1.075 million in base salary last season when he led the Wild with 65 points including 30 goals in 81 games. But Schatia is including the performance bonuses earned as part of what he made.

``I guess it could be a discussion of semantics as to what he really earned,'' Schatia said. ``Is it his base salary or is it his salary and his bonuses? Obviously I go on the same basis that most people look at and that's what you put down on your tax return is what you earned.''

It was thought by some that both sides were close to a deal when Risebrough was spotted at the Ottawa-Montreal game Saturday.

``I didn't meet with him this weekend,'' Schatia said. ``I met with him last weekend in Minnesota. People figured because he was in town (in Montreal) that he was meeting with me but that was incorrect.''

Schatia wouldn't say whether Gaborik was on his way back to his native Slovakia to wait things out. And he didn't know how long this battle would last.

``Everybody has drawn a line in the sand. Hopefully there will be continuing discussions and dialogue amongst intelligent people,'' Schatia said.

Risebrough has stood firm in negotiations, re-signing Pascal Dupuis (also represented by Schatia and Allan Walsh) over the weekend for $2.508 million over three years, not a cent over what the Wild offered before the season started.

Gaborik, meanwhile, released the following statement Monday:

``Last week, I travelled to Minnesota in the hopes of completing a fair contract and to rejoin my teammates and the great fans of the Wild. I held two lengthy face-to-face meetings with (Wild GM) Doug Risebrough and (assistant GM) Tom Lynn,'' he said in the statement.

``I indicated a desire to be flexible and negotiate a fair conclusion to the situation. I presented the Wild management with different options to complete a contract fair to both sides.

``Unfortunately, the Wild management have been and remain unwilling to negotiate. A few days ago, I offered to sign a contract for the same gross pay I earned in each of the last two seasons. My offer to the Wild was rejected. I am very disappointed with these developments, especially after last season's successful playoff run.

``Unfortunately, based on the actions of the Wild management, I have decided to leave Minnesota.''

tsn


He scored a goal, added two assists and got the nod in a fight:
a Gordie Howe hat trick

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28.10.2003 09:03
#67 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten


Wings recall Joseph from minors


DETROIT (AP) -- Goaltender Curtis Joseph was recalled from the minors Monday by the Red Wings.

Joseph made a rehabilitation start Friday for Grand Rapids of the AHL. He had 20 saves in his first minor league hockey game in eight seasons.

He had surgery Aug. 19 to remove bone chips from his right ankle. The Wings are looking to trade Joseph since six-time Vezina Trophy winner Dominik Hasek ended his one-year retirement. Joseph, who carries an $8 million salary, is in his 15th NHL season.

The Wings on Monday also recalled forward Jiri Hudler from Grand Rapids. Hudler appeared in three games last weekend, recording two goals and two assists.


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28.10.2003 09:14
#68 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

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Joseph, who carries an $8 million salary,

was sind schon 8 mille fuer die wings
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Bei den Frankfurt Lions soll es in der nächsten Saison der Deutschen Eishockeyliga (DEL) wieder aufwärts gehen. \\\\\\\"Wir wollen endlich wieder mal einen Playoff-Platz erobern und unter die besten acht Teams kommen\\\\\\\", sagte Clubeigner Gerd Schröder.


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29.10.2003 16:20
#69 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

Palffy arrested after domestic incident


Associated Press

10/28/2003

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Los Angeles Kings forward Ziggy Palffy was arrested for investigation of domestic battery after a confrontation with his girlfriend, police said.

Palffy was arrested Sunday. He was released a short time later on his own recognizance, police Sgt. Steve Tobias said Tuesday.

Police said there was a physical altercation at Palffy's home and that the woman sustained minor injuries that did not require medical attention. Tobias said Palffy was cooperative with officers.

Palffy's lawyer declined to comment.

Kings spokesman Mike Altieri said, ``Being that it is a legal matter, it is not appropriate for us to comment.''


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Bei den Frankfurt Lions soll es in der nächsten Saison der Deutschen Eishockeyliga (DEL) wieder aufwärts gehen. \\\\\\\"Wir wollen endlich wieder mal einen Playoff-Platz erobern und unter die besten acht Teams kommen\\\\\\\", sagte Clubeigner Gerd Schröder.


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29.10.2003 16:21
#70 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten


Blues give GM Pleau extension


Sports Ticker

10/28/2003

ST. LOUIS (Ticker) - The St. Louis Blues gave Larry Pleau some job security Tuesday, signing the general manager to a contract extension through the 2006-07 season.

Terms were not disclosed, but Pleau's contract was due to expire at the end of this season.

"Larry has done an outstanding job in evaluating and developing talent, building a traditional winner on the ice and consistently keeping our club among the top teams in the NHL," Blues chairman Bill Laurie said.

Pleau was named the 10th general manager in team history in June 1997 and has helped stretch St. Louis' streak of playoff appearances to 24. The Blues captured the Presidents' Trophy in 1999-2000 and reached the Western Conference finals the following season. But injuries to key players like Chris Pronger contributed to last season's first-round loss to Vancouver.

"We've endured a great deal of adversity over the past several years, but Larry continues to steer us in the right direction and produce results," Laurie said. "Extending Larry's contract will ensure that our entire organization is on the same page as we compete to bring our first Stanley Cup to St. Louis."

During Pleau's tenure, the Blues have averaged 100 points a season, making it the most successful six-year stretch in team history. Pleau traded for key players like Keith Tkachuk, Doug Weight and Chris Osgood and used his 1999 first-round draft pick on defenseman Barret Jackman, who last spring won the Calder Trophy as NHL rookie of the year.

"The Lauries, (team president) Mark Sauer and the fans of St. Louis have been very good to me," Pleau said. "This city deserves a Stanley Cup. That is my goal and that is the goal of everyone in our organization. I'm proud and honored to continue working toward that goal."


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Bei den Frankfurt Lions soll es in der nächsten Saison der Deutschen Eishockeyliga (DEL) wieder aufwärts gehen. \\\\\\\"Wir wollen endlich wieder mal einen Playoff-Platz erobern und unter die besten acht Teams kommen\\\\\\\", sagte Clubeigner Gerd Schröder.


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29.10.2003 21:55
#71 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

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os Angeles Kings forward Ziggy Palffy was arrested for investigation of domestic battery

Smashing through the boundaries, lunacy has found me, cannot stop the Battery

Pounding out aggression, turns into obsession, cannot kill the Battery

Cannot kill the family, Battery is found in me, Battery



Sorry could not resist

Hört sich einfach geil an "domestic battery"


He scored a goal, added two assists and got the nod in a fight:
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30.10.2003 09:04
#72 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

Habs send Kilger to AHL for conditioning

TSN.ca Staff

10/29/2003

MONTREAL - Montreal Canadiens’ General Manager, Bob Gainey, today announced that forward Chad Kilger has been assigned to the Hamilton Bulldogs of the American Hockey League for conditioning purposes.

Kilger, 26, suffered an eye injury on September 14, during the Canadiens’ training camp. He has not played a game yet this season.

The Bulldogs will play three games in three days this weekend. They will first visit the Rochester Americans on Friday, October 31, before hosting the Cleveland Barons on November 1 and 2, in Hamilton.


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Bei den Frankfurt Lions soll es in der nächsten Saison der Deutschen Eishockeyliga (DEL) wieder aufwärts gehen. \\\\\\\"Wir wollen endlich wieder mal einen Playoff-Platz erobern und unter die besten acht Teams kommen\\\\\\\", sagte Clubeigner Gerd Schröder.


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01.11.2003 02:13
#73 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

Hawks add Berard for mobility

The Chicago Blackhawks signed free-agent defenseman Bryan Berard on Friday.

Berard signed a one-year deal worth $2.15 million, reports ESPN's Darren Pang. Because the deal is more than $2,008,000 -- 80 percent of the $2.51 awarded by an arbitrator this summer -- the Boston Bruins, Berard's former team, did not have the right to match.

"We felt we needed to improve our defense and Bryan Berard certainly does that for our team," Hawks GM and senior vice president Bob Pulford said in the statement. "He's a big, strong kid who can skate and move the puck. He definitely makes us a better team."

Berard, 26, was taken by the Ottawa Senators as the No. 1 pick in the 1995 draft. He played in 80 games with the Bruins last season, collecting 10 goals and 28 assists.

"Bryan Berard is a big, strong defenseman who is one of the most mobile defenseman in the National Hockey League," Hawks coach Brian Sutter said in the statement. "We certainly feel he is a big addition to our team."

Berard won the Calder Trophy for rookie of the year in the 1996-97 season, in which he scored eight goals and recorded 40 assists in 80 games.

The Blackhawks will be the fifth team Berard has played for in his career. He began his career playing two seasons with the Islanders, who traded Wade Redden for him after the draft. Berard then played for the Toronto Maple Leafs for parts of two seasons, signed with the New York Rangers for the 2001-02 season and then joined the Bruins for the 2002-03 season.

Berard played in his 400th career game and recorded his 200th career NHL point last season with the Bruins.




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01.11.2003 22:03
#74 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

Gretzky to return to Team Canada


Canadian Press


10/31/2003

TORONTO (CP) - Hockey Canada will unveil Wayne Gretzky as Team Canada's executive director for next September's World Cup of Hockey at a news conference next week in Toronto.

The announcement should come as no surprise since Gretzky himself indicated as early as a year ago that he wanted to come back and resume the role he had in Salt Lake City when he assembled the team that captured Olympic men's gold in February 2002.

The rest of the Canadian staff for the World Cup has yet to be decided.

Sources indicate Edmonton Oilers GM Kevin Lowe and Vancouver Canucks vice-president of player personnel Steve Tambellini are being considered to possibly return to Team Canada's fold.

Lowe was assistant GM in Salt Lake while Tambellini was director of player personnel. Tambellini was also GM of Canada's world champion squad in Helsinki last spring.

The Aug. 30-Sept. 14 World Cup of Hockey, run by the NHL and its Players' Association, returns after an eight-year absence, the U.S. having won the inaugural tournament in 1996.

Montreal, Toronto and St. Paul, Minn., will stage all the North American games. Canada, Russia, Slovakia and the U.S. make up the North American pool.

Finland, Germany, Sweden and the Czech Republic make up the European Pool and will play all of their round-robin games and two quarter-final games in Europe.

The Hartwall Arena in Helsinki, the Globe Arena in Stockholm, the new Zazka Arena in Prague and the Cologne Arena in Cologne, Germany, will serve as the host arenas in that pool.

Olympic champion Canada will play its first game of the eight-country tournament Aug. 31 at the Bell Centre in Montreal against the defending World Cup champion U.S.


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01.11.2003 22:04
#75 RE:Newsthread Saison 2003/04 antworten

Canucks claim Baumgartner off waivers


PITTSBURGH (AP-CP) - The Vancouver Canucks have re-claimed defenceman Nolan Baumgartner off waivers from the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Penguins announced Saturday.

Baumgartner, claimed by Pittsburgh from Vancouver in the Oct. 4 NHL waiver draft, was scoreless and had a plus-minus rating of minus-seven in five games this season with the Penguins.

The 27-year-old Baumgartner, who has played 39 career NHL games, played eight games with Vancouver last season.

The six-foot-two, 205-pound blue-liner from Calgary was a first-round draft pick (10th overall) of the Washington Capitals in 1994.

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Bei den Frankfurt Lions soll es in der nächsten Saison der Deutschen Eishockeyliga (DEL) wieder aufwärts gehen. \\\\\\\"Wir wollen endlich wieder mal einen Playoff-Platz erobern und unter die besten acht Teams kommen\\\\\\\", sagte Clubeigner Gerd Schröder.


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