Part I of Broad Street Hockey's conversation with Edmonton Oilers site The Copper & Blue.
A Columbus writer gives Philadelphia fans some perspective into Ole-Kristian Tollefsen's time with the Blue Jackets.
The Philadelphia Flyers knew precisely what they were doing when they signed Chris Pronger to a seven-year contract extension.
"I'm happy it went quickly, but I'm sorry things ended the way they did. If things weren't so tight with the salary cap, things would be different. I stated my case that I wanted two years and if it didn't work out in Philly I'd move on."
"We talk about loyalty in pro sports and as an athlete you want to stay with one team. You get excited about living in your community and you get attached to the fans in the city. But sometimes you have to put it behind you and move on."
"I felt the same way now as I felt when I left Boston (four years ago). I have a lot of great friends here."
Well... this isn't what was expected. With the loss of Mike Knuble, the Flyers added veteran RW Ian Laperriere for 3 years and $3.5 million, a $1.17 million average. Laperriere is a 17 year vet...