Canucks score big after day one
You want to rip this deal? You wont have any problem finding an angle, but it says here that
The Wild quickly filled the hole created by Gaborik's departure. Havlat, who bounced back from an injury-shortened 2007-08 campaign with a career year, was Chicago's top forward, scoring 77 points in 81 regular season games before amping up his effort in the playoffs where he played with a passion that hinted more at a hunger for success than a new contract. Now that he has one, Wild fans should be thrilled that not only does he want to play in Minnesota, something that clearly couldn't be said for the more talented Gaborik, but he signed at a price that will allow
What's Havlat going to do with his windfall? His post-signing postings on Twitter suggest he'll be spending some of his new riches on incendiary devices to burn all his bridges with the Blackhawks. Keep an eye on this one.