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TSN.ca

9/11/2003

Dallas Stars goaltender Marty Turco has rejected the teams latest offer and it appears there will be no quick resolution to the current stalemate.

General manager Doug Armstrong said the Stars offered Turco a three year deal worth $12-million which owner Tom Hicks indicated was the club's final offer.

The offer is an improvement over the one-year, $3.5-million offer originally submitted to Turco. The netminder is said to be seeking a multi-year deal worth $4.5-million a season.

Turco's rejection came moments after Anaheim re-signed goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere to a new four year contract which will pay him an average of $5-million a season.

"We feel as an organization we tried to step up, and he's going to go a different direction," Armstrong tells the Dallas Morning News. "We've made him an offer that goes above and beyond what he's accomplished."

"It's unfortunate that Marty has chosen this path for his career, but so be it."

Turco's agent, Kurt Overhardt, says he will continue to try and get a deal done with the Stars, who are set to open training camp Thursday.

Ron Tugnutt becomes the Stars top netminder in Turco's absence and Armstrong says he will explore all options before making any final decisions about their goaltending situation.

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Not very good news for the Stars....But atleast they still have a quality goaltender in Tugnutt..
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ya I just read this today. This isn't good news at all. This looks like its going to be a messy situation. But both sides have their points. Army is right about Turco not preforming well in the post season, so he still shouldn't get his money. And Turco is right about the Stars not being able to win without him. If Turco holds out though for a long time i'm going to cry since Tugnutt is garbage. He's fucking pathic now, and the Stars will be nowhere in the standings...
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