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Elisha Cuthbert Married Dion Phaneuf

Elisha Cuthbert Married Dion Phaneuf
Canadian actress Elisha Cuthbert leads celebrity news going into a new week. She married over the weekend hockey player Dion Phaneuf.
Read more Jul 8 2013, 1:55am CDT
 

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It becomes a self-fulfilling cycle, the National Hockey League’s trend towards the six-plus-year contract. Teams sign their best players to deals of six years or longer to keep them off the free agent market. Then 30 GMs look at an ever-depreciating free agent market and say, “Man, there’s nobody here worth signing long-term. I’d better sign my own guy.” Brandon Dubinsky became the latest NHL player to sign long-term on Friday, agreeing to a six-year, $35.1-million contract w ...
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Long-term NHL deals now a self-fulfilling cycle

Source: Sportsnet.ca

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The five best and worst long-term NHL contracts

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Signing players to long-term contracts can be risky business for NHL general managers. Even when reliable building blocks such as Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews are locked up to eight-year extensions, it’s worth asking whether the team has made a smart investment. There have been plenty of deals that have worked out in recent years, but there’s also been a few mistakes – see David Clarkson or Dion Phaneuf. With that in mind, here’s a look at five of the best and wor ...
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Source: Sportsnet.ca

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