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Which team made the best move?
Mon, July 2, 2007

The first day of NHL free agency did not disappoint. The Big Three centres all found new homes and Captain Canada landed in Colorado.

Which team made the biggest move?

Read the story here:

Big Three centres all gone on Day 1



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Rangers and Avalanche did the best. The Rnagers must be over or at least the cap limit now by signing Drury and Gomez that is adding $17 million to there roster with just them 2. I guess Shanny wont be back now thats too bad because he played very well for them.

Might be good for me though,now maybe the Flyers can sign him.

I am not convinced Blake is a 40 goal scorer he may have had a career year last year with the Islanders, I think JFJ has overpaid yet again for a free agent. Blake is 33 years old and he got a 5 year contract. I think Kariya would have been a better fit, he is a consistent scorer and had 76 points last year in Nashville playing very tight defense. If he could have played more on offense he would have had 90 points or more.

JFJ needs to trade either Kubina or McCabe and get another scoring winger.


Jimmy, 2007-07-02 14:27:56

The Rangers, The Flyers, The Rockies and The Buds made the best moves so far. The leafs still need more help though and should keep Peca.
Dean, 2007-07-02 14:15:04

Flyers all the way
Morris, 2007-07-02 13:15:49

The Leafs got a great deal with Blake - speedy, skilled and competitive. Bravo JFJ!
Jeff, 2007-07-02 13:04:29

The Flyer not only got the best center out there, they also made a great trade to add another young winger. In addition, they add veteren leadership in Smith and Timmonen.
joe, 2007-07-02 12:39:52

No, it was not the Rangers obviously! The best team not in the 2007 SC playoffs was the Colorado Avalanche. By signing d-man Hannan (San Jose) and forward Symth (Islanders) to next year's comeback team of the year, the Avalanche are going to be a major player in the Western Conference.

I also liked very much the Calgary Flames move for Corey Sarich (Tampa Bay). He's both young and experienced from a winning tradition, and came at a reasonable price. The NHL's best team core of defencemen just got better.
Mel Auten, 2007-07-02 12:33:31

I have to agree with Shawn....definitely the Rangers with the acquisitions of Drury and Gomez. Though I am interested in seeing the Flyers next year...Briere will definitely help that team out of it's current funk.
Tim, 2007-07-02 12:18:49

The Avalanche.

They were one of the best teams in the league in the 2nd half last year, and filled a hole on their blueline with Hannan, and added one of the best power forwards in the game. The Avs will be back atop the Northwest division this year.
Dean, 2007-07-02 11:53:32

Your nuts Ranger fan. Yes, the Rangers did pick up 2 of the 3 prize free agents, but just look at what the Flyers did leading up to Free Agency.
Flyboy Bill, 2007-07-02 11:44:32

It's hard not to agree with Shawn. The Rangers were a force last year giving the Sabres a run for their money in the conference semis.

Look at Philly to make the playoffs after a disastrous season, and the Leafs may have improved just enough to make it to the post-season.


Jeff, 2007-07-02 11:41:25

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