FLYERS, STREIT AGREE TO DEAL The Philadelphia Flyers have made their first big move of the off-season, agreeing to a 4 year worth $21 million with defenseman Mark Streit, according to TSN’s Darren Dreger. The deal carries an AAV of $5.25 million and with Streit being 35 years old, all four years will count against the cap were Streit to retire.
STREIT HIGH ON FLYERS, RANGERS WISHLIST One of the most coveted defenseman via trade is 35 year old New York Islanders d-man Mark Streit, NHL sources say. The Islanders off to a strong 3-2-1 start, are already getting calls on Streit from teams who are making their interest known were GM Garth Snow to put the pending free agent on the trade block at somepoint this season. Two teams with significant interest is Atlantic Division rivals, the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers. The Islanders might end up stuck in a difficult decision if they fade in the standings as the April 3rd trade deadline nears. They struggle to lure free agents, which makes resigning Streit a priority but at 35 years old, the best route for the Islanders might be to move him for more young assets to grow with this group if this team is once again out of theRead More »