Vezina Winner Sergei Bobrovsky Signed a Two-Year, Roughly $10 Million Deal Today

Kyle Scott —  July 1, 2013 — 13 Comments

Meanwhile, the Flyers have inked Ilya Bryzgalov to a 14-year, $23 million deal.

That sound you hear is me shaking my damn head.

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13 responses to Vezina Winner Sergei Bobrovsky Signed a Two-Year, Roughly $10 Million Deal Today

  1. Kyle, you’re slipping. Enough with the ex-Bob Flyers articles – we want more Richie/Carts coverage.

  2. 2 years doesn’t help Columbus one bit.

  3. Holmgren is a pos

  4. Philly is hosting the draft in ’14

  5. “Philly is hosting the draft in ’14″… Nice! Hopefully we win just enough games again to not make the playoffs and still not have a top 5 draft pick. That would be great for 2 years in a row.

  6. Oh and get ready to start hating Cory Schneider…

    How does one of the best backup goalies in the league get traded on draft day and we don’t even get a sniff?

    • Slammin Gretzky’s Daughter July 1, 2013 at 1:56 pm

      Homer was probably too busy seeing if he could sign Tim Thomas to an eight year, $64M deal.

  7. Let it go

  8. OneManWolfpack July 1, 2013 at 1:50 pm

    Because Flyers… that’s why.

    Ridiculous.

  9. ThePhillyFlash July 1, 2013 at 2:42 pm

    Well, I’m happy for Bob who’s ship came in and he got paid. Good for him. He would NEVER have gotten that kind of coin from the Flyers.

  10. Homer sucks.

  11. KILL HOMER! KILL!

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