LNH - Transactions - Kaberle à Boston

La rumeur de transaction entre les Maple Leafs de Toronto et les Bruins de Boston qui couraient depuis quelques semaines s'est confirmée vendredi. Tomas Kaberle a finalement pris la direction du Massachusetts.

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  • LNH- Transactions - Kaberle à Boston
  • La rumeur de transaction entre les Maple Leafs de Toronto et les Bruin Boston qui couraient depuis quelques semaines s'est confirmée vendredi. Tomas Kaberle a finalement pris la direction du Massachusetts.

  • Why Kaberle?
  • from Mike Boone of Hockey Inside/Out, There are now two clear-cut criteria for being GM of the Montreal Canadiens: * The candidate must speak French. * He must own a hazardous-materials suit to handle the toxic contracts this team is carrying on its books. Carolina signed Kaberle to a three year contract for $4.25 million per. On the Canadiens burgeoning roster of guys on the wrong side of 30 who are signed long-term for big $$$, Kaberle joins the poster child for toxicity,  S

  • Why Kaberle?
  • from Mike Boone of Hockey Inside/Out, There are now two clear-cut criteria for being GM of the Montreal Canadiens: * The candidate must speak French. * He must own a hazardous-materials suit to handle the toxic contracts this team is carrying on its books. Carolina signed Kaberle to a three year contract for $4.25 million per. On the Canadiens burgeoning roster of guys on the wrong side of 30 who are signed long-term for big $$$, Kaberle joins the poster child for toxicity,  S

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  • Kaberle A Fit In Montreal?
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