From News 1130 Sports in Vancouver:
JP Barry the agent for #Canucks u-f-a Mason Raymond says he had a brief talk with#Canucks assistant gm Lawrence Gillman last week.
— News1130 Sports (@News1130Sports) June 19, 2013
Barry was told the #Canucks have not decided yet on whether they will make Raymond an offer or not.
— News1130 Sports (@News1130Sports) June...
NHL Rule 24.2 states, “The spin-o-rama type move where the player completes a 360° turn as he approaches the goal, shall be permitted as this involves continuous motion.”
You tell me if the Canucks’ Mason Raymond maintained continuous motion in his shootout attempt Tuesday against the Blue Jackets Sergei Bobrovsky.
The referee said he did. The announcers were skeptical....
Mason Raymond is running out of time for excuses. The 26-year-old left winger signed a one-year deal July 9 to remain in Vancouver. He accepted a pay reduction to $2.27 million from $2.6 million after the Canucks made the unusual move of filing for arbitration against him. The club gets the reduced salary it was looking for while avoiding a nasty arbitration hearing. Raymond...
Raymond getting yet another shot…
Ok, first off, I would like to make a disclaimer, I do not “hate” Mason Raymond. Too often when fans of teams are discussing their squads’ underachievers or busts, they throw personal attacks and disdain onto the player.
By all accounts, Raymond is a great guy, and had had some really good moments with the Canucks, although, none of it...
“Just because you can skate, it doesn’t mean you’re going to have a successful time out there” – Mason Raymond.
In what is probably second only to news regarding Dale Weise in terms of making me aggravated, the Vancouver Canucks have announced that they have come to terms with restricted free agent and worlds filthiest little milt, Mason Raymond.
Raymond, as you may remember...
We found out today via the Vancouver Canucks on Twitter and via their press release that they've re-signed Mason Raymond. It's a 1 year 2.275M contact. WOW. Congrats May-Ray. Your rich.
Queue the band in Vancouver, as this move will be met with a chorus of Boos and Jeers I'm sure.
Per Darren Dreger
Canucks settle with Mason Raymond before arbitrations. 1 year, $2...
Mitch has been blogging faster than I can post lately. ‘Mitch the blog machine’ is what I call him. You can call him @Mitch_SBMedia on Twitter.
Last week the Vancouver Canucks decided to take Mason Raymond to club elected “cut-down” arbitration. What’s cut-down arbitration? You’re asking that like last week was the first time you had ever heard the term. Well, if that’s...
This is a first folks.
The Vancouver Canucks have released a statement that in lieu of tendering a qualifying offer to oft-overrated Mason Raymond the team will invoke salary arbitration to have his salary adjusted.
Laurence Gilman, Canucks VP of hockey operations said due to Raymonds dip in production over the last few seasons, the club will rework his contract.
Still in a laughing mood (for now)
Canucks left-winger Mason Raymond was busy discussing life as a new father. His son, Max, was born Sunday at 9: 16 a.m., a little less than 12 hours after the Canucks captured their second straight Presidents' Trophy.
Max? As in Max Lapierre?
"Who's that?" replied Raymond. "I only know him...
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Mason Raymond missed his planned return to the Vancouver Canucks lineup on Thursday because of an issue with paperwork.
Raymond has already missed 24 games this season because of a back injury sustained in last season's playoffs.
''Paperwork with the league,'' was all a team spokesman would say when the Raymond didn't take the pregame skate before the Canucks...
Via AP on Fox
December 01, 2011