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Old 09 Jul 2004, 04:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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The Minnesota Wild dove head-first into the free agent market Thursday, signing talented center Brian Rolston away from the dwindling Boston Bruins.

Rolston signed a multi-year deal at undisclosed financial terms.

It was the Wild's first significant free agent signing of the offseason. They had lost checking winger Antti Laaksonen to the Colorado Avalanche.

Rolston brings a little bit of everything to Minnesota. He's missed just one game the past three seasons while remaining one of the NHL's most versatile players and arguably its best penalty-killer.


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I can't really get a feeling from the article of how good of a player Rolston is... but they make him out to sound like a decent player... which is good for my team... Minnesota hasn't had a real star since Kirby Puckett, and now Kevin Garnett... we need some bigger players...
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Old 09 Jul 2004, 05:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I was suprised when I heard this. Good pickup for the Wild. The thing I don't understand is, why is Boston letting all of their players go? Rolston, Murray, and now it looks like Thorton won't be back. The Bruins are going to suck next season.
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Boston is done for next seaon. Thorton signed with a team in the Swiss league, Murray and now Rolston is gone. They msut be going through a rebuilding thing or something.
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Boston has always had ass backward ownership.

After the 2002 season, they could have resigned leading goal scorer Bill Guerin, instead they opened the bank vault for Marty Lapointe.
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was thorton a free agent before he signed with HC Davos?
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^He was a restricted free agent.
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