Handful of goalies change teams

MIKE ZEISBERGER, Sun Media

, Last Updated: 5:08 PM ET

Goalies are changing addresses faster than a Chris Pronger slapshot here on the opening day of free agency.

Dwayne Roloson, Ty Conklin and Scotty Anderson all moved to new teams within the first three hours of the NHL's open market sale Wednesday.

Roloson, the former Edmonton Oiler, leaves Alberta for a two-year, $5 million US pact with the New York Islanders.

Conklin, who backed up Chris Osgood in Detroit, has bolted for St. Louis, where the Blues presented him with a two-year pact worth $2.6 million.

As for Anderson, the ex-Florida Panther, he was inked by Colorado where he is expected to be the starter ahead of former St. Mike's goalie Peter Budaj. That likely leaves former Maple Leaf Andrew Raycroft in limbo.


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