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ESPN
Five free agents getting one last chancecontract with the goal of impressing a team enough to earn just one more multiy
Five free agents getting one last chance
ESPN / Posted 9 days ago
contract with the goal of impressing a team enough to earn just one more multiyear deal. And if it doesn't work out? Ask Alexander Semin, who last summer signed a one-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens after being bought out by the... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Winners and Losers from Day 1 of NHL Free Agencysigning Alexander Radulov away from the KHL on a one-year, $5.75 million deal.
Winners and Losers from Day 1 of NHL Free Agency
Bleacher Report / Posted 28 days ago
signing Alexander Radulov away from the KHL on a one-year, $5.75 million deal. Remember how that boom-or-bust signing of Alexander Semin worked out last year? It might be different if Radulov was still a young player who matured overseas and was... Read more
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CBC.ca
Canadiens hope Radulov pays dividends in NHL return"but hopefully the reward is big." Bergevin likes taking risks. In the past, h
Canadiens hope Radulov pays dividends in NHL return
CBC.ca / Posted 28 days ago
"but hopefully the reward is big." Bergevin likes taking risks. In the past, he experimented with inconsistent forwards Alexander Semin and Thomas Vanek up front, but those trials went by the wayside after Semin (one goal in 15 games) and Vanek... Read more
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ESPN
Free-agency winners and losers ... so farwinger Alexander Radulov to a one-year deal worth $5.25 million. But, unlike la
Free-agency winners and losers ... so far
ESPN / Posted 28 days ago
winger Alexander Radulov to a one-year deal worth $5.25 million. But, unlike last summer's ill-fated experiment with Alexander Semin, this one has the potential to pay huge dividends for the Habs. Let's assume that Radulov, 29, has grown up... Read more
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The News & Observer
Free agent action uncertain for Canesalso will be a UFA. Last year, the Canes’ biggest and costliest move on July 1
Free agent action uncertain for Canes
The News & Observer / Posted 29 days ago
also will be a UFA. Last year, the Canes’ biggest and costliest move on July 1 was paying a $14 million buyout to forward Alexander Semin. That was a big contract – five years, $35 million – that did not work out. No buyouts this year for... Read more

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