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16 October 2015 @ 10:05 pm

I hope everyone's seasons has started off well. Aaaand I hope they all continue well; let's have a great cup race! And also that you're all just doing well in general.

I miss you guys! This was one awesome comm in its day.
(Seriously, if some of you hang out somewhere else, hit me up.)

 
 
05 March 2015 @ 07:19 pm
I know this place is pretty much dead, but I'm kind of desperate at the moment.

Does anyone know a link or reliable website or app I can use to live stream New Jersey Devils games?

I have someone in the hospital that got some bad news and I'd really like to find it for them.

Thank you so much in advance
 
 
04 June 2014 @ 10:07 pm
:(  
I came on to see if anyone knew of a online stream for the Stanley Cup but I guess no one has used this place in years.

Regardless, I miss you all.
 
 
14 January 2014 @ 05:14 pm
Hi friends. Nobody seems to be around here anymore, but I'm hoping some of you at least still check your friends page and this will show up (if you have another suggestion of a comm to post this in, or if you want to just share the link with a friend, that's fine with me!). I have a stack of hockey cards I don't need, and I thought this was a group where someone might want them.

I'm just going to list the names under their team on the card. So if you have a favorite guy you're looking for, scan the list for his old teams too! I'm also not going to list details like year and card brand, just to keep it simple, but I'm 100% happy to give more details on any of them in particular if you're a serious collector and that stuff matters to you.

If you have those questions, email me at lizziev at gmail. If you want any of these, email me which ones and your address. I'll just send 'em out as they're claimed, and I'll try to update here and remove what's taken.

Hope you're all doing well and enjoying the season!

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11 July 2013 @ 04:11 pm
KOVALCHUK ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT FROM NHL!

New Jersey Devils forward Ilya Kovalchuk on Thursday announced his retirement from the NHL.

"This decision was something I have thought about for a long time going back to the lockout and spending the year in Russia," Kovalchuk said in a statement released by the team. "Though I decided to return this past season, Lou [Lamoriello, general manager] was aware of my desire to go back home and have my family there with me. The most difficult thing for me is to leave the New Jersey Devils, a great organization that I have a lot of respect for, and our fans that have been great to me."

"After many conversations with Ilya over the past year on his desire to retire from the National

Hockey League, Ilya's decision became official today," Lamoriello said in a statement. "On behalf of the entire organization, I wish Ilya and his family all the best in their future endeavors."


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Oilers acquire David Perron from St. Louis for Magnus Paajarvi-Svensson and a 2nd round pick
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05 July 2013 @ 11:59 am
Free Agency begins!

List of top available free agents

Free agent tracker

Alfredsson to leave Senators

Signings:
Andrew Ference signs with Edmonton
Peter Regin signs with the Islanders
Joey Crabb Signs with Florida
Daniel Alfredsson signs 1 year deal with Detroit
Evgeni Nabokov re-signs with Islanders
Ray Emery signs with Philadelphia
Thomas Greiss signs with Phoenix Arizona
Mike Komisarek signs with Carolina
Mike Ribeiro signs with Arizona
Michael Handzus re-signs with Chicago
Nathan Horton signs with Columbus, 7 years
P.M. Bouchard signs with the Islanders
Ryane Clowe signs with New Jersey
Clarke McArthur signs with Ottawa
Rob Scuderi signs with Pittsburgh
Keith Aucoin signs with St. Louis
Tyler Bozak re-signs with Toronto, 5 years
David Clarkson signs with Toronto, 7 years

Viktor Stalbrg signs with Nashville, 4 years
Matt Cullen signs with Nashville
Stephen Weiss signs with Detroit
Matt Hendricks signs with Nashville
Dan Ellis signs with Dallas
Valteri Filppula signs with Tampa Bay, 5 years
Dominic Moore signs with the Rangers
Travis Hamonic signs with the Islanders, 7 years
Jeff Schultz signs with Los Angeles
Brad Richardson signs with Vancouver
Rostislav Olesz signs with New Jersey
Maxime Lapierre signs with St. Louis
Michael Ryder signs with New Jersey
Benoit Pouliot signs with the Rangers
Jarome Iginla signs with Boston
Matt Cooke signs with Minnesota


Ottawa acquires Bobby Ryan from Anaheim for Silfverberg, Noesen, and a 1st round pick
Montreal acquires George Parros from Florida for Lefebvre and a 7th round pick
Winnipeg acquires Devon Setoguchi from Minnesota for a 2nd round pick

Who do you want to join your team? Who do you think gets the most outrageous contract? And please post signings as they are announced!
 
 
04 July 2013 @ 09:43 pm
Sooo, while all the Americans are out barbecuing and getting sunburned (have an excellent day, guys, and seriously, don't get sunburned ♥) apparently the NHL decided they wanted more fireworks HAR HAR, so, half an hour apart:





WUT.
 
 
02 July 2013 @ 06:46 pm
Lecavalier to join Flyers



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There's a full No-Move Clause in Lecavalier's deal

Other News
Letang, Penguins agree to 8 year, $7.25mill AAV extension
Flames acquire, sign Galiardi from Sharks
Bozak is looking for and 8 year extension from Leafs
Islanders will buyout DiPietro
Bergeron speaks about Finals injury
Bobrovsky signs 2 year extension with Columbus

Qualifying offers went out, prospect camps start soon, and Free Agent Frenzy is Friday! Anything exciting happening? Just post it in the comments!
 
 
 
27 June 2013 @ 09:07 am



The link is now live

TAMPA BAY – The Tampa Bay Lightning will use a compliance buy-out, as allowed by the NHL's Collective Bargaining Agreement, on center Vincent Lecavalier, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced today. Lecavalier becomes an unrestricted free agent on July 5, eligible to sign with any team in the NHL, except Tampa Bay. The Lightning will pay Lecavalier two-thirds of the value of his existing contract over twice the term of the deal.

"Vinny has been a significant reason for many of our past successes, including the 2004 Stanley Cup, and his contributions to the community are immeasurable," said Yzerman upon announcing the buyout. "The Lightning organization is indebted to Vinny; we thank him for all he has done here and we wish him well as he moves forward.

"After much internal deliberation, we believe this will prove to be a pivotal move for us as we strive to achieve our long term goal of competing at the highest level, year-in, year-out. The economics and structure of the CBA are necessitating this decision and we at the Lightning are excited at the newly created opportunities this presents to us."

Lecavalier was a first overall selection by the Lightning in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. He is the Tampa Bay's all-time leader for games played with 1,037, goals with 383, power play goals with 112 and game-winning goals with 60. Lecavalier played 14 seasons in Tampa Bay, posting 12 consecutive seasons with 20 goals or more, four NHL All-Star appearances and a Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy as the league's leading goal-scorer (52 in 2006-07). He served as an alternate captain in 2004 when the Lightning won the franchise's first and only Stanley Cup. The NHL also recognized Lecavalier for his community contributions with the King Clancy Memorial Trophy and the NHL Foundation Player Award in 2008. He formed the Vinny Lecavalier Foundation in 2003, eventually opening the Vincent Lecavalier Pediatric Cancer and Blood Disorder Center at All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg in 2010.