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Free agency frenzy continues...

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Free agency frenzy continues on Top Shelf’s SiriusXM debut! Murph brings in a great group of plugged-in guests like Louis Jean (TVA), Mike Heika (Dallas Morning News), Sean Hartnett (WFAN 660 NY), Dave Reid (NHL Network, TSN), Bill Daly (Deputy Commissioner NHL) and Jessica Rusnack (TSN 690). Jimmy Murphy and his guests analyze and discuss the multitude of trades, free agent signings and their possible consequence on teams’ cap limits.

 

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Tons of July 1st trades, signings and more!

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It’s the free agency frenzy edition of Top Shelf! Murph brings in a great group of plugged-in guests like Erik Erlendsson (Tampa Tribune), Aaron Portzline (Columbus Post Dispatch), Joe Yerdon (NHL.com, NBC Pro Hockey Talk), Chris Stevenson (NHL, TSN 1200), Joe Haggerty (CSNNE.com). Jimmy Murphy and his guests analyze and discuss the multitude of trades, free agent signings and their possible consequence on teams’ cap limits.

Special thanks to Joe Haggerty from CSNNE.com for pulling double segment duty on today’s show.

 

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Mar 9, 2014; Sunrise, FL, USA; Boston Bruins center David Krejci (46) watches a goal by right wing Jarome Iginla (not pictured )against Florida Panthers goalie Roberto Luongo (1) in the third period at BB&T Center. The Bruins won 5-2. Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports
Mar 9, 2014; Sunrise, FL, USA; Boston Bruins center David Krejci (46) watches a goal by right wing Jarome Iginla (not pictured )against Florida Panthers goalie Roberto Luongo (1) in the third period at BB&T Center. The Bruins won 5-2. Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

Some trade deadline afterthoughts while watching the Bruins-Panthers game Sunday night:

–Seeing Roberto Luongo as a Panther again really has me in a time warp and feeling a bit old. So much has happened in my own life since he last donned what was a different Panthers jersey in 2006. But all that maybe some day gets told in a tell-all book that nobody will care about. For now, let’s think about what’s happened for Luongo since then and what may happen in the remaining six seasons on his contract that will pay him $4.5 million per season.

To read more:

http://www.xnsports.com/2014/03/10/murphs-musings-luongo-good-fit-panthers-trade-deadline-afterthoughts/

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