Apparantly, Tim Cheveldae and Mike Vernon weren't answering their phones yesterday or they might have been signed, too.
DETROIT - The Dominator is coming back to Hockeytown.
The Red Wings took care of their muddled goaltending situation Monday by signing 14-year veteran Dominik Hasek to a one-year contract.
Hasek, who helped the Wings to their last Stanley Cup title in 2002, is returning to Detroit after an injury-plagued season with the Ottawa Senators. He joins another Red Wings Cup-winner, Chris Osgood, who was brought back as a reserve.
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"I don't know if it's Biscayne Boulevard or where it is, but there is an image in my mind about the symbolic championship parade."
My wife has already vowed to not watch a single game this year. I don't believe her resolve will last through the first period, but I agree with the sediment. I'm not very happy about this. I wanted to see them stick with Ozgood, and have Jimmy Howard (prospect in Grand Rapids) back him up.
http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/news/story?id=1865882 In short: The Grail was left off the plane because it weighed too much. The custodian was NOT aware of this until it didn't show up at bagage claim! Damn!