Today's interesting Avalanche tidbits:
Two articles on Darcy Tucker and how he's going to work really, really hard to help his new team. Has there ever, in the history of NHL free agency, been a free agent who signed a contract with a new team but then told the press he wasn't interested in contributing to that team? Ever? What is the point of these articles?
Also, Adrian Dater posted a blog entry called "A Talk With Theodore's Agent," but it's really just one quote from Don Meehan about the Theodore non-signing. Oh, but he does offer confirmation that hockey agents pull down 1-2% commission on their deals. Considering nobody in the NHL makes more than $10 million a year, I'd rather be in baseball.
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