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Report: Edmonton Gets Nylander

According to the Team 1260 in Edmonton, center Michael Nylander is headed to the Oilers. If true, that would be a bit of a blow to the Caps, but I've seen no confirmation of the signing yet. Check it out here.

Update: I still haven't seen an official announcement.

Update 2:10 p.m. : I'm hearing Nylander is off the market. Not sure who got him, though.

By Tarik El-Bashir  |  July 2, 2007; 6:21 AM ET
 
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I knew that Briere, Drury, and Gomez were going to go to high profile teams and teams that are on the rise. Is anybody paying attention to what Paul Holgrem has done in Philly? He has turned one of the worst teams in the league, into one of the best, and it makes me wanna puke. I give George a C, just like all his draft picks.

Posted by: Bobby Gould | July 2, 2007 7:52 AM | Report abuse

Well the problem is nobody wants to play here unless they are Russian or getting overpaid.

Maybe they can sign Souray and trade for a center? Edmonton has too many center's now I think and didn't they want Eminger at some point about 3 years ago or something?

Posted by: Anonymous | July 2, 2007 7:54 AM | Report abuse

Puckguru, I read your post on the Poti blog, you could not be more dead on. Poti is not what the Caps need, unless they trade Pothier, and George McPhee has proved to everyone around the league that he is not a good general manager.

Bobby Gould, the Flyers are gonna be a force to reckon with in the years to come. I hate the Flyers as much as I hate to Cowboys, but I always have my eye on them. What they have done in the off season has been sensational. McPhee should be taking notes, I would be happy with Hartnall, J. Smith, and Lupopl.

I'am sorry I never brought you a Stanley Cup to Washington, but I enjoyed my time playing here.

Pete

Posted by: Pete Peeters | July 2, 2007 8:09 AM | Report abuse

Well, that's not good news for the Caps. They really need him here in Washington.

Posted by: Mo | July 2, 2007 8:42 AM | Report abuse

Well crap...

TSN's acting up, but I hope it's just a rumor.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 8:48 AM | Report abuse

I swear... TSN's site must be hosted on a calculator the way it keeps going down.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 9:24 AM | Report abuse

Poti is what they believed Pothier would become. He didn't so now they got Poti to cement the PP position.

Kozlov I like. He will dish to Ovechkin and Semin all night long and is a big rig. He's definetly an upgrade. He's had some sub par years, to be sure, but the majority of those were in Florida and that team was bad for years. I like this signing. We need a RW.

Having said that, I really wanted Blake but Toronto nabbed him.

As for the Rangers getting both Drury and Gomez, this was exactly what the Cap was supposed to put the KiBosh on. Great job everybody! The new Nhl is now the ol'Nhl that worked oh so damn well.

Nylander was good with Jagr, both here and NY. If he chooses Edmonton over Dc then he can go straight to frozen-over-hell. Edmonton just shipped half their team off this year and gave some of the nicest pieces to Philly for nothing of import, NOTHING.

THe biggest winners were the Flyers. They went from death bed to bridal suite in the course of a week. Makes me sick. THe rangers already had a good team. Now they have a great one.

Washington's job is not done, but one must ask this, Tarik: why don't players want to come to Washington, once and for all?

Posted by: 007 | July 2, 2007 9:29 AM | Report abuse

Tarik I think we know your feelings on Poti:

Prized defensemen Sheldon Souray and Brian Rafalski likely won't be headed to Washington; however, more affordable ones such as Scott Hannan, Brad Stuart, Tom Preissing and Danny Markov could be of interest.

No Mention......

Posted by: Stairway to Bashir | July 2, 2007 9:33 AM | Report abuse

I would be nice for once to see comments, and not one person complaining about this and that, we are not even 24 hrs into FA chiil out people. Philly from the bottom to the top?? ummmmm forgive me if I'm wrong, but have they played any games yet?? remember when Pitt was siging all thoses people 2 years ago, and everyone was saying how great they were gonna be?? forgive me if I'm wrong, but diden't they end up DEAD LAST THAT YEAR??? just cause you pay alot of money and have big names, does not mean anything!!! I believe the last to cups went to teams that diden't have the biggest names, or the biggest payroll.. I have no problems with what we have done so far, that being said, I waiting to see what is done before the season starts to see how we are gonna do, not 20 Hours into FA

Posted by: caps fan since 78 | July 2, 2007 9:41 AM | Report abuse

A lot of people were saying it all along - GMGM and Ted will NOT sign top tier players. I hope no one is surprised. All of this "we are still working" BS from GMGM will be used later to tell the fans yet again "we tried". And there will be plenty of those who'll believe these lies. Although not as many as last year.How can the Flyers improve so dramatically and we can't? Why can the Rangers sign TWO top tier free agents and we sign none? There must be a reason for it. I have a feeling Tarik knows what the reason is, but won't say it...

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 9:41 AM | Report abuse

I'm not sure Nylander was the guy for us. He's been here before, and even in NY it's possible that Jagr made HIM better, not the other way around like everybody's been saying.

If we're going to sign a Swede on the down-side of his career to mentor Backstrom, it might as well be Forsberg. Yes, again, I know about his feet.

But Foppa is the national hero.. Nylander wasn't even on the Olympic team that won the gold medal.

Oneal

Posted by: Oneal | July 2, 2007 9:44 AM | Report abuse

I suppose it's worth pointing out that as far as centers go, Handzus and Sykora are still out there, and I have a feeling someone in Edmonton jumped the gun on reporting Nylander signed.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 9:45 AM | Report abuse

Still too soon to assess the Caps signings as far as I'm concerned. It seems to me, though, that what has happened so far is completely consistent with Ted's stated approach -- which may well mean another test of patience this season. I'm not sure what else to expect realistically other than possibly signing Yashin or at the outside the long-rumored Marleau deal. I suspect Souray is flatly over our price range, and honestly, I'm not sure that would be the right fit anyway. Prospective UFA Andrei Markov was resigned in Montreal for good reasons.

All that having been said, I am now wondering who would play D behind an Ovechkin/Yashin/Kozlov line! I expect Olie may be wondering the same thing.

Posted by: Fred | July 2, 2007 9:47 AM | Report abuse

Pete, loved you between the pipes back in 80 for the Fly guys. But the Nystrom goal killed me.

You're absolutely correct regarding the Caps. George McPhee is just not the right GM for this job. If you look at his drafting, his free agent work and his amateur scouting all are lacking. Holmgren has clearly shown that he is a well schooled GM and will almost certainly be back in the playoffs this year. He also has an open checkbook to work with. I cannot believe for one moment that Mcphee has the same thing. But right now we are no longer in the Patrick Division. We are just trying to win the Southeast. The flyers and rangers have to compete with the vastly improving Pens who made a couple nice signings of their own to improve their veteran foundation.

It's time to think about a new direction at GM, because we cannot change the ownership unless the team is sold to a group that wants to take a more pro-active position as opposed to reactive. An idiot could have drafted Ovechkin and Backstrom. It's the other picks in the later rounds that make your amateur scouting shine. Name me one player McPhee drafted in the later rounds that has had an impact on this team.

Kozlov will help on shootouts. Unless Mcphee gets a bonified center, this offseason is a failure.

Posted by: Cup1975 | July 2, 2007 9:55 AM | Report abuse

Gonchar Palffy Leclair Andre Roy=useless
Odelein

I think the comparison to the '05 Pens is a little weak.

Posted by: Tarik is the cover to my TPS report | July 2, 2007 9:56 AM | Report abuse

hey finn, good to see you. knew you'd love the signings. here's the reason the rangers signed two top free agents. they have a WIN now mentality and the cash to make it happen. they now have nearly $34M in cap hit for 11 guys. guess what, that doesnt even include guys like lundquist, avery, prucha, hossa. is that the way you want your team structured? you know lundquist is going to command at least $5M/year so thats $40M (80%) of your cap for half the team. they had better win this year cause no way they are going to be able to resign jagr next year. the flyers can have brier for eight years and no ability to move him. they will regret that deal no doubt. i would love to have seen drury on the team this year, but not for $7M. the caps have ov and semin being RFA's next year and commanding near max salaries. i hope that the caps strategy includes signing some RFAs or making trades with these teams that wake up from their FA hangover and realize they drank too much. i sure hope this is the case, otherwise i agree with you and the other chicken littles out there that this week was dissapointing.

Posted by: Cap Fan 1 | July 2, 2007 10:04 AM | Report abuse

Formatting didn't quite work as I had hoped but
Gonchar Palffy and Leclair weren't the same top of the line guy as Briere

Posted by: oops | July 2, 2007 10:05 AM | Report abuse

The Flyers will not be "one of the best" teams in the NHL this year. They are mortgaging their future to put together a team that will, at best, make the playoffs and go out in the first round. I understand why they are doing it, as their fan base demands it, but mark my words, the Flyers will not complete for the Stanley Cup in the next 3-4 years. The Rangers, on the other hand -- they could be really good. Too bad Jagr's still around...

Posted by: the deuce | July 2, 2007 10:13 AM | Report abuse

"i hope that the caps strategy includes signing some RFAs or making trades with these teams that wake up from their FA hangover and realize they drank too much."

GMGM flatly stated that he's not pursuing RFAs, and considering how little he tends to say about his plans I'm inclined to believe him.

As far as trades go, on the other hand, we're ripe for a couple and the Rags look like a good team to be on the phone with. They took far too much of a bite yesterday, and they ought to realize sooner or later that they need to unload. Should be good for getting a lot of return for not a whole lot of loss.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 10:14 AM | Report abuse

Have you ever thought that Ovechkin can leave? Because, as he indicated himself, the management promissed him strengthening the squad. Don't you think that Ovie can just say "enough". We all know that there will be teams that can outbid the Caps and sign Ovechkin. Ted and GMGM want to do everything on the cheap. But Ovechkin is NOT cheap.

As for the Rangers, watch Cherepanov kill the oposition Ovechkin style next year.

Posted by: Cap Fan 1 | July 2, 2007 10:14 AM | Report abuse

Briere would have been nice, but not at 8 years and a no trade clause. The guy is good, but not exactly what the caps need to get over their fear of committment from whole Jagr thing.
Ovie is our franchise player and soon we will be paying him what he is actually worth. Philly had no franchise player. Still think the caps do need another center - I'd be ok with Yashin at this point. The money isnt realy the issue with the caps it is whether we can get him for under 4 years...

Posted by: cs | July 2, 2007 10:15 AM | Report abuse

Hey, I think the Caps are doing a very decent job so far. Plus, as others have mentioned, summer is far from over.

I would not want McPhee to do what Philly did. They locked up almost 18M in Briere, Timonen and Hartnell, very good but not exceptional players, for a very long time. Will they be a strong team again? Sure. But will they be able to really contend with all that cap space gone? I have a lot of doubt. Same for Rangers - they also improved a lot, but at what cost? Who do they have on D?

The only signing that really made sense this summer was Hannan to Avalanche for 4.5M per. But I don't think he was going to come to the East, anyway.

Sometimes the best moves are the ones you don't make. The Caps are plugging the holes with decent players, without throwing money away. Nylander is getting up there in age, so if wants a long-term deal, forget it. Yashin/Zubrus will do just fine. If the Caps then sit tight with all their assets and wait for an opportunity to trade for an elite D-man, or, less likely, for an elite center, it'll be pretty much the best they could do, IMO.

They need to get to playoffs this year though, so that guys like Hossa and Spezza will want to be here next summer.

Posted by: Vlad | July 2, 2007 10:23 AM | Report abuse

Cap Fan 1, you do realize AO is a RFA, not a UFA. The Caps will pay AO and Semin, that is not a concern. Maybe if they went out and did Gomez and Drury type deals they couldn't afford them, but they can and will.

Second, You all realize that $50.3 million is the cap and not the mandatory amount to spend. Most teams in the NHL can't afford that. The Caps right now will probably be in the upper $30s this season in salary.

Third, for all the nay-sayers. Is the Caps roster better today than it was two days ago? They signed Kozlov who GMGM said AO spoke highly about. In other words, they got a player that AO wants to play with. They got a top four defensemen (and the Isles number 1 d-man), which will allow the team to reduce Pothier's ice time.

Do these deals make the Caps instant Cup contenders, no. No one is saying they do. But the Caps are improving and the acquisitions are not the scrubs of the NHL and waiver wire pick-up that the naysayers always scream about. But, then again, nothing is ever good enough for them when they get to spend someone elses money.

The Caps are a better team today. Is it enough for the offseason? No. But just look at the stock-pile of young d-men we have in the system. I expect a trade out of them for another player.

Posted by: freakinandpeakin | July 2, 2007 10:24 AM | Report abuse

Pete Peters. Did you watch one game last year. We didn't have a PP QB. Nobody could score on the PP.

Posted by: blankn1612 | July 2, 2007 10:36 AM | Report abuse

All I am gonna say right now is that people reacting to FA at this point is a whole lot like people reacting to the initial "leak" of the Caps new logo/jersey. Everyone was up at arms because it was "so ugly", and then when it was officially released people felt a lot better about it. Judging the off season less than 24 hours after FA started is just like reacting to a sneak peak of the jerseys when they appeared orange. Let's wait for the full thing to come into focus before we rip management.

All that said, I have no problem with the 2 signings so far. 6 mil a year for a top 6 forward and a top PP d-man? I'm cool with that. I do hope that there is another major move made on the blue line. And we all know there will be an effort to get a #1 center...but now we also can get that silly idea out of our heads that we were going to spend 7 mil to get one of the top guys.

Posted by: Jeff | July 2, 2007 10:40 AM | Report abuse

cs, Vlad, freakinandpeakin, Jeff - Thank you for being sensible.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 10:49 AM | Report abuse

if they dont get nylander they failed, BOTTOM F-ING LINE

Posted by: Anonymous | July 2, 2007 11:06 AM | Report abuse

Michael Nylander is the difference? Please. You are probably one of the ones a day ago who was saying if they don't get one of the top 3 UFA forwards then it is a failure. Sliding scale.

I'd like Nylander too, but it isn't up to the Caps where he plays. They make an offer and hopefully a reasonable one and then it is up to Nylander.

Posted by: freakinandpeakin | July 2, 2007 11:10 AM | Report abuse

hey the last guy who posted as cap fan 1 was an imposter...the nerve. i know that ov and semin are rfa's next year. ted KNOWS he cant lose him so his deal will get matched. that is certainly on his mind during this fa season.

Posted by: Cap Fan1 | July 2, 2007 11:15 AM | Report abuse

If this is true, I guess it's time to give Yashin a call.

Posted by: Murshawursha | July 2, 2007 11:25 AM | Report abuse

I love the moves the Caps have made so far! So much in fact, that I have already put a deposit down on a suite at the Verizon Center for next season and want to invite all of my friends from Tarik's blog to join me!

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 11:25 AM | Report abuse

"As for the Rangers, watch Cherepanov kill the oposition Ovechkin style next year."

Let me start with this comment. You can bet the house that Cherepanov will not have an Ovechkin-esque year next year. He wasn't even drafted top-10 (I think he was 17)...and that's in a weak draft year. Not sure if that comment means you're bitter GMGM didn't take him...if you're not, I have no idea why you'd think that.

As for Poti and Kozlov...I'm pleased thus far. I really never expected the Caps to be signing a Briere/Gomez/Drury, that's not where the Caps are right now. We're going into Year 3 of a frachise wide rebuild. Ted and GMGM never suggested the Caps would be contending for the Cup this year, but should be a 7-8 seed in the playoffs.

Both Poti and Kozlov ARE upgrades in their respective positions. I'm not sure how anyone can argue against that. I would expect a borderline center (such as Yashin) to be signed in the next few days and outside of that, not much else.

I'm not sure what everyone on here was looking for...except maybe bringing the Cup to DC this year.

When was the last time a team went from bottom of the league to winning the Cup?

Posted by: Yosh | July 2, 2007 11:26 AM | Report abuse

LOL@the imposter...
I said it last year and I will say it again. I will not pay a $0.01 to go and watch Ted's Bears until I am convinced that the product on the ice is improved. Easy!

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 11:30 AM | Report abuse

"When was the last time a team went from bottom of the league to winning the Cup?"

2006. The Canes went from 76 points and no playoffs the season before the lockout, to winning the cup the next season.

Posted by: SpendSomeMoney | July 2, 2007 11:35 AM | Report abuse

The Ducks went to the Stanley Cup final in 2002 (they didn't win though) after winishing the 2001 season with 69 points.

The Lightning went on to win the Cup two years after failing to qualify for the play offs.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 11:39 AM | Report abuse

I'm just disappointed that I didn't make HolyOlie's "sensible" list.

Oneal

Posted by: Oneal | July 2, 2007 11:41 AM | Report abuse

Kozlov: good
Poti: good

Some guys just know where they want to go before things even start. Smyth to the Avs? Smyth knew who was looking hard. The interesting thing here was
The Rangers proved that the Cap and lockout was a collosal waste of time. $50 million in the 3rd year after tells me that we were all taken. Player salaries were not so much that teams could go from a loss in the tens of millions to such sweeping earnings as to justify such an increase in cap space. This just got confirmed as Three-card Monte (). Funny because when I look at that I see Bettman right there, on the fans side.
I don't want Nylander.
It was a good start. Only a few are going to make splashes in any given year-I'm going to love the Caps playing Briere in Philly for the next 8 years. He's on a short leash, that spearin pixie of a pansy. Hit im, Ovie, hit him hard. I liked Buffalo until that clown started cartwheeling around the ring.
Edmontons Smith was available? THey lost all reason and cheer in Alberta after the finals.
I ask you this, could Yashin be reinjuvinated by our young russians and our new one, three of whom seem to have developed chemistry? I think of all this stuff as experiments becasue I'm not calling any shots and its fun that way; given the right price and contract, say a realistic one given his career so far, Yashin might be a very cool experiment. We really just need guys to work along with Ovechkin and Semin. Hell, Semin did it last year with Beech. Backstrom, Yashin Kozlov, Clark and Ovechkin sounds pretty decent.
Rangers. I hate those guys. But I'd like Avery. Trade for Avery!

Posted by: Queen of Spades. | July 2, 2007 11:41 AM | Report abuse

Hey, it didn't take the url. go to wikipedia and search for Three-card Monte.

Posted by: Queen of Spades | July 2, 2007 11:47 AM | Report abuse

Sorry, Oneal... I didn't scroll up far enough. I was just so stunned to see four straight posts that weren't filled with needless wailing and gnashing of teeth.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 11:48 AM | Report abuse

So, just for the fun of it...assuming Kozlov ends up playing RW on the 1st line (because a 1st line C is acquired), who is on the 2nd line RW? Does Clark drop to the 2nd line, or maybe he ends up playing with Pettinger and Gordon on the 3rd line making room for Fleishmann or Fehr on the second line with Semin and Backstrom?

Obviously this is completely premature to discuss but I know I'm already excited for the new season. Man, I miss hockey...

Posted by: Jeff | July 2, 2007 11:51 AM | Report abuse

I think Clark's grit would do well on the checking line. I'd let Fehr or Fleishmann have the 2nd line RW spot.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 11:57 AM | Report abuse

Tarik, so what's the scoop on GMGM's signing-in-progress?

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 11:59 AM | Report abuse

I'd put Clark on the second line to add some veteran defense to it.
Ao-(?)-Kozlov
As-Nicky-Clarkie

Then you could switch Ovie and Semin so that the other team is always scrambling their lines.

Likely, a prospect will vie for a RW spot. Is Fehr ok? When this happened with the Beatles everyone thought Paul was dead.

Pothier has become redundant.

Posted by: Queenie | July 2, 2007 12:00 PM | Report abuse

Hey - why did the Pens sign Petr Sykora - don't we still own his rights?? Shouldn't we get compensation - like a 10th rounder or something???

Posted by: Greek | July 2, 2007 12:00 PM | Report abuse

although Poti is not my fave, the only other UFA defenseman that I would get excited about is Souray... a PP giant and a nasty player although his defense is to be desired.

As for Centers.. how come we didnt even ask about Perrault? The guy is a stud on faceoffs and thats something we desperately needed last year

Posted by: allberts | July 2, 2007 12:00 PM | Report abuse

Ouch! Pens got Sydor. THey're filling in the holes. By Petr Sykora they better mean the original one and not the "other" one.

Posted by: MM | July 2, 2007 12:06 PM | Report abuse

A little off topic, but Kariya signing with Blues was solely about money. Kariya cares nothing about winning. What a joke.

Posted by: Harold and Kumar go to El-Bashir | July 2, 2007 12:08 PM | Report abuse

Wow, a lot of hockey "experts" here.

Two nice signings, like to see what center comes here before issuing judgment.

Poti answers a couple needs
Kozlov is an improvement over any RW in our system, whether in Hershey or already on the club.

Posted by: DinoFlint | July 2, 2007 12:10 PM | Report abuse

Let's face it - we're the chumps of the NHL. Poti wants playing time - so he comes to a team with no clear #1 defenseman...the Caps.
Viktor Kozlov - not a first line center, so it's too bad he brings nothing but "being friends with Ovechkin".

McPhee as a GM in the NHL is the equivalent of Matt Millen as GM in NFL. Both should have been fired a long time ago, but instead, coaches and players have been released/traded.

Posted by: Realist | July 2, 2007 12:15 PM | Report abuse

Realist,

Why are you so hard on McPhee? I think he's one of the top 3 GM's in the league and he has done a fantastic job over the years.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 12:21 PM | Report abuse

Why are you posting using my screen name?

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 12:25 PM | Report abuse

We've made two signings that will help us. And I still read the crying. Sounds like many of you would rather just continue to be miserable. Tell you what. Move to L.A. or the Island. Those fans would probably welcome you right about now.

Would have been nice to have Nylander, but I think that bridge was burned a long time ago. There is still a plethora of D-man left out there. Sydor is a bust and has been for the last 6 seasons. Plus he's 4 years older than Poti. So based on that, it was the right signing.

As for the major signings of Gomez, Briere, or Drury. Well let's face it, Gomez went for money, Drury went to his childhood team, and Briere went to a team that fronted him 10 million up front and play with his best friend. But all in all, can any of you honestly tell me that those guys should be paid as much as Joe Thorton or Jerome Iginla? Seriously?

Posted by: blankn1612 | July 2, 2007 12:29 PM | Report abuse

My screenname is Finn. Who made you the one and only Finn in the world? I dont think you have a patent on the word "Finn".

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 12:31 PM | Report abuse

Yes!

Posted by: Mr. Blank | July 2, 2007 12:31 PM | Report abuse

Japers' Rink reports that Nylander is still available and the Oilers deal is NOT done yet

Posted by: Anonymous | July 2, 2007 12:33 PM | Report abuse

Screen name don't require patents. I have been posting under this name for a while now, and I am honest in my opinion. You are not.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 12:35 PM | Report abuse

Yeah, the original rumor came out of an AM radio station about 12 hours ago. Nothing has been said since by the Oilers, Nylander and his agent, or anyone else in the media. I think it's a bust.

Tarik, you're being awfully quiet. Any word on what GMGM is up to? Any names out there we should be batting around beyond Nylander and Yashin? What about the notion of going after Handzus?

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 12:37 PM | Report abuse

Crying little babies should get there screennames taken from them. Honest opinion? I dont think you even pay attention anymore. You just keep posting the same recorded message over and over again.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 12:38 PM | Report abuse

At least I am consistent. But you are hiding behind your keyboard and can't even confront me.

My opinions are honest. Free speech. Remember? Or are you one of those Bush's little buddies who think that critics shouldn't have their voices heard?
Besides, you are breaking the posting rules.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 12:42 PM | Report abuse

I'm the real Finn. Your the imposter. Your an imposter Capitals fan.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 12:44 PM | Report abuse

"We've made two signings that will help us. And I still read the crying."

Yes, two signings that will help but nothing anywhere near of where we need to be (after the salary dump) to compete.

Signing Poti/Kozlov still doesn't show me the owner is interested in winning and it also shows other players around the NHL that the Caps reputation is still the same.

Posted by: caphcky | July 2, 2007 12:45 PM | Report abuse

We should sign Dallas Drake.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 12:46 PM | Report abuse

Now for all of you who complain that GMGM is a horrible GM and Ted sucks, shut your piehole and read this from sportsnet.

http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/article.jsp?content=20070702_100957_1192

See this is a business side to all of this. If Ted operated on the sole basis of some of the logic that's being spewed in these blogs, he'd be bankrupt like most of you.

Posted by: blankn1612 | July 2, 2007 12:47 PM | Report abuse

Now for all of you who complain that GMGM is a horrible GM and Ted sucks, shut your piehole and read this from sportsnet.

http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/article.jsp?content=20070702_100957_1192

See there is a business side to all of this. If Ted operated on the sole basis of some of the logic that's being spewed in these blogs, he'd be bankrupt like most of you.

Posted by: blankn1612 | July 2, 2007 12:47 PM | Report abuse

You're a joke

Tarik,

Do you enforce the posting rules?

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 12:48 PM | Report abuse

There's an email address up at the top of the posting thread to report abuse. I don't think Tarik is responsible for moderating the commentary - that honor generally falls to mods and admins.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 12:53 PM | Report abuse

Which one is the real Xandeer...I mean Finn.

Posted by: Anonymous | July 2, 2007 12:53 PM | Report abuse

Tarik,

I can't believe this guy. He's trying to pass himself off as a Capitals fan.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 12:55 PM | Report abuse

Quit crying to Tarik.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 12:56 PM | Report abuse

Finn,

It's kind of sad how upset your getting over that guy. Everybody clearly knows your position by now. Its not like anyone is going to think thats you

Posted by: Leigh | July 2, 2007 12:57 PM | Report abuse

OKAY, whoever the new guy posting as Finn is, please stop it. It's an abuse of the posting rules. Leave the real Finn to cry and moan, because as annoying as it is, he's been doing it for a long time here and has every right to continue doing so.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 12:59 PM | Report abuse

Good.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 1:00 PM | Report abuse

HolyOlie, thank you

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 1:04 PM | Report abuse

HolyOlie,

I respect you. Because of that, I will leave the real Finn to cry on his own. It is clear how much his blog reputation means to him, and I wouldnt want to destroy it for him any further.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 1:04 PM | Report abuse

hey guys what'd i miss

Posted by: Finnn | July 2, 2007 1:12 PM | Report abuse

Finn...and Finn: Take 2 Prozacs and check back with us tomorrow.

Posted by: On Ice | July 2, 2007 1:12 PM | Report abuse

to the guy who said Kariya doesn't care about winning....don't you recall Kariya basically being knocked out by a Scott Stevens elbow, only to get up and come back and score the game tying goal in the Stanley Cup Playoffs?

Posted by: Brandon | July 2, 2007 1:12 PM | Report abuse

According to a post on Japer's Rink, Nylander is still available.

Posted by: capscapscaps | July 2, 2007 1:14 PM | Report abuse

Considering how few BIG names have really signed (ouside the 3 Centers), it's WAY too early to judge GMGM on the entirety of FA. He's made two decent signings, but there are a LOT of players to be had that would really help this team. Poti and Kozlov are only two pieces of the puzzle, which still isn't completely put together. If there are no more signings, THEN you can hang him in effigy.

Posted by: :-/ | July 2, 2007 1:14 PM | Report abuse

Eh, Poti was top 15 in blocking shots last year with 170. Kozlov was better than the league average in shootouts. Marginal improvments. Since Hannan is gone (and apprantly didn;t want to come east), it's time to sign Brad Stuart. Then either trade for a center or sign Forsberg.

Posted by: Graham | July 2, 2007 1:27 PM | Report abuse

Last summer when the Caps did nothing they picked up Pothier and Zednik. This summer, being the big players in free agency they are, they pick up Poti and Kozlov. It is to laugh.

I'm reminded of a summer in the early 1990's when David Poile held a press conference to announce that the Caps were taking a big step to a bring a Cup to DC and had just signed two big name free agents. He then introduced Keith Acton and Dave Poulin.

Posted by: Mr. Moa | July 2, 2007 1:27 PM | Report abuse

I was in Toronto last week and guess who's ready to make a big comeback!????

JASON ALLISON!!!!!!!! Does this sound like the perfect McPhee first line center or what????

I'm not kidding - he said he took a year off, feels re-juvenated and is ready to play!

He'd look great in the new lousy uniform!

SIGN ALLISON NOW MCPHEE!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: Hot Diggity Dog | July 2, 2007 1:31 PM | Report abuse

What about Danny Markov?

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 1:32 PM | Report abuse

That's a great article blankn1612, thanks for posting it... I've been trying to say that but that writer did a much better job.

And while I'm at it, so did Bono:

"Don't believe them when they tell me
There ain't no cure
The rich stay healthy
While the sick stay poor"

Oneal

Posted by: Oneal | July 2, 2007 1:33 PM | Report abuse

I just want to say that the whole Finn/Finn thing is absolutely the comic relief I needed today. I know its not funny to one of the two, but it made me laugh and I needed that. Thanks guys!

Posted by: Jay | July 2, 2007 1:33 PM | Report abuse

Oh, and to the questions about Sykora, yes the Pens signed the original Petr Sykora (most recently of Edmonton and formerly of Anaheim, NJ et al). The Petr Sykora whose rights we own is not ever coming back to the US.

Posted by: Jay | July 2, 2007 1:36 PM | Report abuse

"What about Danny Markov?"

I'd take him. Brad Stuart and Andy Sutton are both still out there as well. Should all be get-able for $3-4M.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 1:37 PM | Report abuse

Anyone using Finamon? I like the sound of Finnamon.
Finnamon says McPhee is just getting ready to pull the trigger on a deal that will astound all the haters on this board....
what???
no....
it can't be...
The leafs just re-signed Bates Battaglia..
forget what I just posted.

Posted by: Finnamon | July 2, 2007 1:37 PM | Report abuse

yashin . 2years/4million

any truth??

Posted by: jimmy got paid | July 2, 2007 1:43 PM | Report abuse

ahahahahhaa finnamon im pretty sure that was the best post ever

good ol' bates has been taken away from us hopeful cap fans :(

Posted by: jimmy got paid | July 2, 2007 1:45 PM | Report abuse

"yashin . 2years/4million"

I think everyone knew about this one.

OV - Yashin - Kozlov

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 1:45 PM | Report abuse

Source????

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 1:46 PM | Report abuse

no no,
i was wondering if was TRUE

ive read it on many sites so i was wondering if anything was final.

Posted by: jimmy got paid | July 2, 2007 1:50 PM | Report abuse

"good ol' bates has been taken away from us hopeful cap fans :("

...and at a whole $650,000. God, that's just embarrassing.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 1:50 PM | Report abuse

"ive read it on many sites so i was wondering if anything was final."

That's the first I've heard about a real offer... what sites are you seeing this on?

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 1:52 PM | Report abuse

haha really though

Posted by: jimmy got paid | July 2, 2007 1:52 PM | Report abuse

nylander is taking his sweet time..

Posted by: jimmy got paid | July 2, 2007 1:56 PM | Report abuse

Tom Preissing is headed to the Los Angeles Kings

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 1:59 PM | Report abuse

yashin to caps?

Posted by: Anonymous | July 2, 2007 2:00 PM | Report abuse

yashin to caps?

Posted by: Anonymous | July 2, 2007 2:00 PM | Report abuse

yashin to caps?

Posted by: el capington | July 2, 2007 2:01 PM | Report abuse

oh well

Posted by: jimmy got paid | July 2, 2007 2:01 PM | Report abuse

caps should sign roman hamrlik

Posted by: el capington | July 2, 2007 2:04 PM | Report abuse

Think of it this way: every Russian whose name is Alex is a success here in Washington. That means that Yashin will also be.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 2:04 PM | Report abuse

i dunno yashins laziness could carry over to any team he plays for but i think the possiblity of playing with fellow russian superstar alexander ovechkin with re-ignite yashin

Posted by: el capington | July 2, 2007 2:07 PM | Report abuse

Where is everyone seeing this news about Yashin? TSN's not saying anything.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 2:08 PM | Report abuse

its just a rumour, no ruth to it yet, just speculated at the possiblity and whether it would be good for the caps or not. I have heard from a few sources that the caps are interested in Yashin however

Posted by: el capington | July 2, 2007 2:11 PM | Report abuse

its just a rumour, no truth to it yet, just speculated at the possiblity and whether it would be good for the caps or not. I have heard from a few sources that the caps are interested in Yashin however

Posted by: el capington | July 2, 2007 2:11 PM | Report abuse

I think Tarik is quiet because he knows something is in the works. What is it, Tarik?

Posted by: Mr. Blank | July 2, 2007 2:15 PM | Report abuse

LOL!! Finn you crack me up.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 2:16 PM | Report abuse

"Update 2:10 p.m. : I'm hearing Nylander is off the market. Not sure who got him, though."

Tarik's current blog entry

Posted by: Leigh | July 2, 2007 2:18 PM | Report abuse

Any possibility he is off the market cause the Caps signed him, Tarik? Or is it definitely some other team?

Posted by: Chris | July 2, 2007 2:20 PM | Report abuse

I have a feeling that the Caps have picked up Nylander.

Posted by: Big Papi | July 2, 2007 2:23 PM | Report abuse

Larry Brooks says 4 year 22 mil. to Edmonton

Posted by: omar | July 2, 2007 2:26 PM | Report abuse

If he actually signed for 22 mil over 4 years, that is overpaid. I have no problem passing on him for that sorta $.

Posted by: Jeff | July 2, 2007 2:28 PM | Report abuse

I agree with Jeff. Way overpriced. Sign Handzus.

Posted by: ClevelandCap | July 2, 2007 2:30 PM | Report abuse

a friend of mine said they are talking about the caps on csn tonight on washington post live at 5.

Posted by: oviefan | July 2, 2007 2:31 PM | Report abuse

The teams signing the FA's right now to the big money are mortgaging their future with the way they are structuring contracts. If the Caps were to do the same how could they resign Ovechkin when its time to resign him? Thats assuming he wants to stay.

The challenge is fielding a team with enough promise to make your superstars want to stay but not too expensive that you can't afford to keep your stars...

We all know that if you become too successful you end up having to liquidate a few to stay under the cap... Wouldn't that be a nice problem to have?

GMGM doesn't have the flare that maybe Garth Snow has but who would you rather have?

Posted by: Muddapucker | July 2, 2007 2:35 PM | Report abuse

Good God, TSN has a crap site. The content is great, but their host starts to sputter every time there's a breeze...

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 2:35 PM | Report abuse

I think at this point Yashin or Nylander would be a good fit to play with Ovechkin. Both can pass and find the open guy. I think what we are all worried about is GMGM not getting a number 1 center. He will its just the matter of who. If we lost out on Nylander go get Yashin!!

Posted by: rock and roll | July 2, 2007 2:45 PM | Report abuse

Forget TSN, this is a better site anyway...

http://www4.sportsnet.ca/nhl_signings_2007/

Posted by: Muddapucker | July 2, 2007 2:45 PM | Report abuse

To those that want Souray here.. Please note that he was a -28, I'll pass on that.

Posted by: rock and roll | July 2, 2007 2:52 PM | Report abuse

Tarik,

I know this totally off topic and unrelated, but can you ask that all links within posts pop into another window?

/i know i'm a snob.

Posted by: Yosh | July 2, 2007 2:59 PM | Report abuse

If you're in IE, hold the shift key when you click a link. That will cause it to open in a new window.

Posted by: :-/ | July 2, 2007 3:04 PM | Report abuse

Japer's Rink quoting radio station in Edmonton: Nylander's an Oiler

Posted by: blanford | July 2, 2007 3:09 PM | Report abuse

This is a response from Mike Vogel in his dump and chase blog responding to a poster who commented on the bad reputation the Caps have among players:

"Roderick, I don't think the team's reputation among players is as bad as fans seem to think. I'm told that in addition to the calls the Caps were making to players yesterday, calls were also coming in from players and agents, calls from players who want to play in Washington. "

Just some food for thought for the naysayers who probably have zero contacts in the hockey world.

Posted by: freakinandpeakin | July 2, 2007 3:09 PM | Report abuse

Japer's Rink quoting radio station in Edmonton: Nylander's an Oiler.

Posted by: blanford | July 2, 2007 3:10 PM | Report abuse

I was never too interested in Nylander, but I wouldn't mind seeing Comrie on a long term deal or Yashin on a short one.

But as others have pointed out, GMGM said he would improve through TRADES, and with the addition of Poti and the maturation of Jurcina and Schultz, the Caps have some extra D-Men to move. I'd like to see some combination of Eminger, Green, Flash, Fehr and picks traded for a dank, young, cheap #1 or #2 C or a true #1 D.

Posted by: DD | July 2, 2007 3:12 PM | Report abuse

Why do Caps fans want Souray? He'll command a ridiculous price and would be redundant w/Poti on the team now. Besides, Poti's better defensively.

Posted by: ClevelandCap | July 2, 2007 3:19 PM | Report abuse

Finn (hopefully the real one)

Danny Markov would be an awesome addition to the blue line. Him or Stuart, or maybe Hamrlik

Posted by: Graham | July 2, 2007 3:20 PM | Report abuse

its official...nylander is gone....on to yashin....

Posted by: mike s | July 2, 2007 3:21 PM | Report abuse

Where was the deal announced?

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 3:30 PM | Report abuse

another radio station announced it, japers rink and kuklas korner...i guess it could still be incorrect but looks legit now

Posted by: mike s | July 2, 2007 3:34 PM | Report abuse

Official? I go by TSN because they are official and they haven't said anything yet. I am almost sure he's an Oiler, but I will be sure once TSN confirms it.

Posted by: Anonymous | July 2, 2007 3:35 PM | Report abuse

it's on tsn, but the terms arent disclosed and they are just citing the radio station
http://tsn.ca/nhl/news_story/?ID=212502&hubname=nhl

Posted by: mike s | July 2, 2007 3:39 PM | Report abuse

The guys at TSN are probably at lunch

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 3:40 PM | Report abuse

Hey freakinandpeakin,

Regarding Your comment about the Caps paying up for Ovie and Semin. What makes you so sure? The Caps have never, ever followed through on anything they have promised, and I'm going back past Ted days. The only time they ever paid top $$ for someone was Jagr, and then they got scared to ever do it again.
Hockey just like every other sport is a risk business. You can't be afraid to make a mistake otherwise you don't get any better and you stay the same, which is what they have done for years now.

We don't need retreads like Zubrus or Nylander. We need top notch players and a statement from ownership and management that this team is worth watching!

Poti and Kozlov are NOT that statement.

Posted by: Rade | July 2, 2007 3:41 PM | Report abuse

Jesus, Mike S...that report on tsn is from 1:38AM and has been the subject of debate ALL day. Until there's REAL confirmation, we're all gonna speculate.

Posted by: :-/ | July 2, 2007 3:44 PM | Report abuse

flyer have $2M under the cap for this year with 2 roster spots open and $41M committed next year (14 guys). not only that, but they traded their number 1 pick in next years draft to the preds to negotiated w/ two guys who would have been UFA's anyway. they and the rangers have win now mentality. i'm glad the caps aren't being managed like this. they need to show improvement this year, which means playoffs or bust and hopefully into the second round. their sweet spot for competing in the east will be 08-09 when the rangers and flyers implode under the weight of their own short term decisions.

Posted by: Cap Fan 1 | July 2, 2007 3:44 PM | Report abuse

One note: I firmly believe Nylander is going to Edmonton, not Washington, but until I hear confirmation, I can at least keep my hopes up...

Posted by: :-/ | July 2, 2007 3:49 PM | Report abuse

Freakinandpeakin,

All you have to do to see the rep the caps have is to see who is playing for them. Ovie got drafted, same with Semin so don't count them. Any big names left? nope. Kolzig maybe but I'm not sure how big a name he really is.

I am a Caps fan, but I am frustrated every year when we are not putting a competitive team on the ice. Maybe things will change and we will get some good players this year, but looks like they are pretty content so far.

Posted by: Rade | July 2, 2007 3:50 PM | Report abuse

Rade, Do you honestly think Ted is going to let AO and Semin walk after this season? It is funny that you site Ted's willingness to spend for Jagr and then say he won't spend for AO because of Jagr. Can't have it both ways. Ted has shown a willingness to spend. he got bit by the Jagr deal, but Jagr is VERY different than AO. Ted has put the money up before and he will put the money up again.

You want to make a bet on that? I am willing to put up a significant amount of money that AO will be a Cap after this season. Are you willing to put up money saying he won't? I doubt it.

Posted by: freakinandpeakin | July 2, 2007 3:51 PM | Report abuse

its mike, not jesus mike, again like i said they are just citing the radio station, relax try not to get too upset about it, i think well know he's going edmonton but all want him in DC

Posted by: mike | July 2, 2007 3:51 PM | Report abuse

Yes..let's look at the Flyers roster right now:
Forwards: Carter / Richards / Gagne / Briere / Upshall / Hartnell / Lupul / Knuble / Eager / Umberger / Kapenen and more!
Defense: Rathje / Hatcher / Timonen / Smith / Gauthier etc.
Goalies: Nitymaki & Biron.

Young and talented...yeah, wouuld hate to see the Caps managed like the Flyers. ROTFLMFAO!!!!

Posted by: Realist | July 2, 2007 3:52 PM | Report abuse

I think Ted will pay AO top $. The difference between AO and Jagr is that Ted knows what Ovechkin can do for the Caps. He proved it on the ice. So paying him top $ should not be a problem. The same goes for Semin. They play well for the Caps. The question is whether Ovechkin will grow frustrated with losing every year or not.

Posted by: Finn | July 2, 2007 3:55 PM | Report abuse

Rade, you make no sense. You have limited the Caps entire reputation to the current roster from a team that is re-building. Why not look at the names that have played here throughout history. Those probably don't count either, because they don't fit your theory, so discount them, just like AO.

Plus the Caps don't play the game of over paying players anymore, so they don't get those players. Sure, some players don't want to play in Washington, but some players don't want to play for the Rangers too. I think the better sign is that players in Washington seem to like it here. Compare that to a team like the Islanders which seems to be losing players by the minute with Wang and Snow behind the scenes.

As for your sense of history. Robert Lang signed in Washington and was leading the league in scoring when he was traded. Jaromir Jagr could have played his contract out and walked, but he re-upped in Washington. It couldn't truly be all the miserable in the city or franchise if these players are willing to come. Heck, go read Tom Poti's comments that he had several legitimate offers and chose Washington. But then again, he doesn't count because it doesn't fit your theory.

Posted by: freakinandpeakin | July 2, 2007 4:00 PM | Report abuse

If I'm going to overpay a defenseman, I'd rather overpay Stuart than Souray at this point.

Posted by: Chimaera | July 2, 2007 4:00 PM | Report abuse

All I know is with the additions of Poti & Kozlov, I'm still going to pay $20/seat for lower bowl from scalpers and disgruntled season ticket holders during weeknight games.

I guess I really shouldn't complain.

Posted by: The Rock | July 2, 2007 4:02 PM | Report abuse

realist, i didn't say the flyers weren't talented THIS year. they are a win now team. how about next year when they have to resign guy like umberger, richards, carter, etc. or the following year when probably 1/3 of their cap will be eaten up by 4 guys. really depends on what you want. i'd like to see a team that will compete for more than just one year. flyers fans will not settle for another year like this one, so the team was forced to make moves partly out of despiration. not to suggest that the cap fans should settle for nothing. however, i've seen how our football team has been so successful using the same strategy and i'm glad the hockey team isnt following suit.

Posted by: Cap Fan 1 | July 2, 2007 4:07 PM | Report abuse

Wow. If Nylander still hasn't been announced, his contract must have some really funny numbers (or he's going to a team near the cap).

Posted by: tallbear | July 2, 2007 4:08 PM | Report abuse

I have a friend who knows people. GMGM will not be that disappointed if he can't land Nylander. I hear, as has been discussed ad nauseum, that Yashin is the big fish. I also hear that Snoopy is joining the 'capades.

Posted by: caps1canes3 | July 2, 2007 4:27 PM | Report abuse

Tarik,

Must be some kind of record... who says Washington isn't a hockey town (ok, there's lots of repeats and a few from out of town)? Encouraging nonetheless.

Dave in DC

Posted by: 150 Posts and counting... | July 2, 2007 4:29 PM | Report abuse

Japer, who has been on this Nylander business like Oprah on a baked ham, brings the news that another Edmonton AM radio station is claiming that Nylander is now an Oiler.

Either someone in the Edmonton forgot to put the press release out or Nylander is pushing for money and term length that Edmonton finds disagreeable.

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 4:30 PM | Report abuse

Never thought it would happen. Ted will for sure pay OV top dollar. He's a business man and is building his business around this guy. Frustrated or not, OV can't really do much about it, short of staying in Russia or holding out. Don't see that happening at all.

Posted by: I Agree With Finn! | July 2, 2007 4:31 PM | Report abuse

"I also hear that Snoopy is joining the 'capades."

Snoopy is a nickname I'm not familiar with...

Posted by: HolyOlie | July 2, 2007 4:32 PM | Report abuse

Tarik, Tarik, oh where have you gone???

Posted by: On Ice | July 2, 2007 4:32 PM | Report abuse

what the hell does ROTFLMFAO mean

Posted by: Anonymous | July 2, 2007 4:38 PM | Report abuse

Rolling on the floor laughing my fargin arse off...because we got him! Thanks Tarik!

Posted by: :-/ | July 2, 2007 4:43 PM | Report abuse

For those of you still posting on here and haven't updated yet...Nylander is coming back to the Caps. Look at Tarik's latest blog entry. Welcome back Nylander.

Posted by: Jonathan | July 2, 2007 4:52 PM | Report abuse

For those of you still posting on here and haven't updated yet...Nylander is coming back to the Caps. Look at Tarik's latest blog entry. Welcome back Nylander.

Posted by: Jonathan | July 2, 2007 4:52 PM | Report abuse

we got Nylander. It's on the Caps website.

Posted by: errantelf | July 2, 2007 5:01 PM | Report abuse

Regarding the article: "What hath Bettman wrought?"

Thats exactly what I've been saying, but without all the fact checking. We're back to the same old Nhl with the Rangers and Flyers and Wings and Avs dominating the show while the smaller markets will contend with Scraps and lunch pails. Bettman is a joke, everyone was had, 50 millin isn't a cap at all, its a joke and its on the fans.

Posted by: Mm | July 2, 2007 5:01 PM | Report abuse

Posted by: Let'sGoCaps | July 2, 2007 5:09 PM | Report abuse

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