SBOBET Flyers give Andrew MacDonald 6-year, $30 million deal


SBOBET The Philadelphia Flyers apparently liked what they saw out of defenseman Andrew MacDonald after they acquired him from the New York Islanders. With unrestricted free agency looming, they cut him a 6-year, $30-million deal to remain on the Philly blue line.

From the Flyers:

SBO MacDonald was acquired by the Flyers around this year’s trade deadline on March 4 from the NY Islanders, and since joining the team, has four assists in 19 games and recorded over 20 minutes of ice-time in 14 of those games, including a Flyers-high of 28:49 at Pittsburgh on Apr. 12. The 6-1, 190-pound defenseman led all NHL players in blocked shots this season with 242 and was one of three players in the NHL with over 200 blocks.

So, he plays over 20 minutes and excels at doing something that will eventually lead to an injury that will have him playing zero minutes.

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ผลบอลสด Considering the season the Oilers have had, this sign from tonight’s game reads super sarcastic.

No. 1 Star: Carey Price, Montreal Canadiens

Price was flawless Saturday versus the New York Rangers, stopping 41 shots, and he had to be, as this game went into overtime before Brian Gionta’s penalty shot made it a 1-0 overtime victory for the Habs:

ผลบอล SBOBET With the win, the Canadiens leapfrogged the Lightning, their first-round playoff opponent, for home-ice advantage. Tampa Bay has a chance to win it back in their season-closer on Sunday.

No. 2 Star: Jakub Voracek, Philadelphia Flyers

Voracek was in on all three of the Flyers’ regulation goals versus the Pittsburgh Penguins, scoring twice, then assisting on Claude Giroux’s goal late in the third. It was a typically wacky Battle of Philadelphia, with scuffles galore and high drama: the Flyers and Pens traded goals in the final two minutes before going to overtime to settle things. There, Mark Streit scored to give the Flyers a 4-3 win and a 4-1 win in the season series.

No. 3 Star: Joe Pavelski, San Jose Sharks

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