slaps wrote:Boom, mama cuddler:
6 months later Marchand would be lifting The Stanley Cup.
The big Swede will now have the opportunity to seek employment elsewhere instead of being buried in the AHL thanks to a relatively hefty contract that carried a $3.85 million cap hit and was meant to run through 2021-22.
In terms of on-ice utility, Berglund should generate some interest around the league. As recently as last season he has producing at a respectable 0.46 points per game with positive possession metrics. Although he’s clearly fallen short of the “next Mats Sundin” label that was once attached to him he still has size, relative youth, and the ability to contribute on special teams in a middle-six role.
ToddM wrote:That's a pretty big diss on Buffalo.
wonko80 wrote:I'm not sure he's really the answer for our scoring issues. He's also 30.
slaps wrote:wonko80 wrote:I'm not sure he's really the answer for our scoring issues. He's also 30.
If he'll sign for league minimum or thereabouts for a year, what's the harm?
slaps wrote:People in Hartford should be used to being flipped off.
Jason Spezza once told me that the World Junior Championships were great because they were an opportunity to win free lunch from Europeans who thought their country would beat Canada.
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