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Joe Corvo Excited to Join Bruins, Ready for Chance to Win

Joe Corvo and Tomas Kaberle changed places on Tuesday. For Kaberle, it was his choice to join the Carolina Hurricanes via free agency. For Corvo, on the other hand, an unrelated trade to the Bruins from the Carolina may have come as a surprise. Either way, both defensemen seem to have what they want. The Bruins couldn’t come to terms with Kaberle, the puck-moving defenseman they desperately coveted at the trade deadline this season, as the 33-year-old got a lucrative three-year deal from Carolina. Corvo, meanwhile, sounded thrilled to be joining the Stanley Cup champions, ready to embrace the chance…

Bruins get Corvo for a draft pick

The Bruins have added veteran defenseman Joe Corvo, acquired in a trade with the Carolina Hurricanes for a fourth-round draft pick in 2012.
Corvo, who picked up an 11-29-40 line in 82 games in Raleigh last season, gives the Bruins a little more veteran depth on the blue line. Boston has yet to re-sign unrestricted free agent Tomas Kaberle, and beyond their top pair of Zdeno Chara and Dennis Seidenberg and the veteran Andrew Ference, Boston were looking like they’d be very dependent on younger players — the still growing Johnny Boychuk and Adam McQuaid, second-year players Steve Kampfer and Matt Bartkowski, and ninth-overall pick Dougie Hamilton.
Additionally this takes a bit of leverage away from Kaberle, by far the biggest-name unrestricted free agent yet to be signed. The Bruins could easily go into 2011-12 with Corvo paired with McQuaid, and Kampfer fitting in somewhere as a dynamic defenseman with a higher ceiling.
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B’s Acquire Joe Corvo From ‘Canes

The Boston Bruins acquired defenseman Joe Corvo from the Carolina Hurricanes for a fourth round pick in next year’s draft this afternoon. Although it was not part of the deal, Tomas Kaberle signed with Carolina today as well. Corvo was a very productive player this past year, playing in all 82 games for the Hurricanes while amassing a career high 40 points, 29 assists and 11 goals. This should make up for the departure of Kaberle, although he wasn’t a major contributor for the Bruins after he was acquired at the trade deadline from Toronto.

Bruins get D Corvo from Carolina for 4th rounder

The Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins acquired defenseman Joe Corvo from the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday for a fourth-round pick in next year’s draft.

Corvo scored 11 goals with 29 assists last year. He became available when the Hurricanes signed former Bruin Tomas Kaberle as a free agent.

In eight NHL seasons, Corvo has 79 goals and 179 assists. He has played for the Hurricanes, Washington Capitals, Ottawa Senators and Los Angeles Kings.

A 6-foot-1, 210-pound defenseman, Corvo was originally drafted by the Kings in the fourth round of the 1997 draft.

Also Tuesday, Chiarelli said forward Milan Lucic had surgery to fix the cartilage in his nose, and backup goalie Tuukka Rask had arthroscopic surgery on the meniscus in his knee. Neither is expected to require a long recovery.

The Bruins also signed forwards Jamie Tardif and Josh Hennessy. Hennessy, a native of Brockton, Mass., who played 20 games for Ottawa from 2006-10, played for the Swiss club HC Lugano last season. Tardif spent the last two years in the AHL.

Hurricanes sign Tomas Kaberle to 3-year deal

The Carolina Hurricanes have signed free-agent defenseman Tomas Kaberle to a three-year contract worth $12.75 million.

The Hurricanes announced the signing Tuesday, shortly after they traded defenseman Joe Corvo to Boston for a draft pick.

The 33-year-old Kaberle was dealt from Toronto to Boston at the trading deadline and helped the Bruins win the Stanley Cup. His brother, Frantisek, was a member of the Hurricanes’ 2006 Cup-winning team.

Tomas Kaberle had a combined four goals and 43 assists with the Maple Leafs and Bruins during the regular season, and had another 11 assists during the playoffs.

Carolina general manager Jim Rutherford calls Kaberle ”one of the top puck-moving defensemen in the NHL.”

He joins Joni Pitkanen as Carolina defensemen making at least $4 million this season.

Hurricanes nab D Kaberle for three years

The Carolina Hurricanes signed free-agent defenseman Tomas Kaberle to a three-year, $12.75-million contract on Tuesday.Kaberle was the longest-tenured player on the Toronto Maple leafs before being dealt to the Boston Bruins at the trade deadline. Kaberle had 38 points in 58 games for Toronto, but had nine points in 24 regular-season games for Boston and 11 assists in 25 playoff games as the Bruins won their first Stanley Cup since 1971-72.The 33-year-old Kaberle, an eighth-round pick by Toronto in 1996, has 84 goals and 445 assists in 902 career games.

Bruins trade 4th round pick to Canes for Joe Corvo

Just minutes after it was announced that the Hurricanes had signed Tomas Kaberle news of the Bruins trading a fourth round pick to the Hurricanes for Joe Corvo. The 34-year-old defensemen fills the gap that Kaberle left after signing and brings a physical game that should fit in well on the Bruins blue line. Joe Corvo will make $2.5 million in the final year of his current contract. Corvo put up his second-best numbers in his career last year scoring 11 goals and netting 40 points while going -14 on a bad Carolina defense. He plays well in the corners and has some hands on him but doesn’t go to the box very often, getting just 18 penalty minutes in 82 games last year. I like the signing for a lot of reasons. Not only does Corvo provide insurance on the defense but he brings experience and skill to an already experienced bunch. The Bruins didn’t rest on having a top six, knowing that injuries will happen, and now have a nice competition between Corvo, Steven Kampfer…

Tomas Kaberle Signed by Carolina Hurricanes; Joe Corvo Traded to Boston Bruins

During the 2011 Stanley Cup Championship, one unremembered tweet resonated through my head. If Tomas Kaberle were to score the game-winning-goal he would make history as the only brother duo to ever accomplish such a feat. Through out his 523 NHL games, František Kaberle played four seasons with the Carolina Hurricanes helping them to win the Cup back in 2005-2006 and likely guiding his free-agent sibling a couple of years later.
According to Darren Dreger of TSN, via Twitter, Kaberle signed a three year, $12.75 million deal with the Canes, which should keep him down South through his 37th birthday. The longtime Toronto Maple Leaf defender finally found a place to call him home and should act as a fine tutor to young blue liners like Jamie McBain, Justin Faulk, Brian Dumoulin and new draftee Ryan Murphy. More importantly, he joins a very stable defensive core which features minute-eaters like Tim Gleason, Bryan Allen and Joni Pitkanen which should provide the young, skillful Canes …

Report: Tomas Kaberle Signs Three-Year Deal With Hurricanes

Another member of the 2010-11 Stanley Cup champions has moved on. According to TSN’s Darren Dreger, free-agent defenseman Tomas Kaberle has signed a three-year deal with the Carolina Hurricanes. Dreger, who broke the news on Twitter, reports the deal is worth $12.75 million. Kaberle was acquired by the Bruins in February from the Toronto Maple Leafs. The 33-year-old was brought into to be the puck-moving defenseman that would help jumpstart a struggling power play. While Kaberle helped do that initially, the Bruins’ power play fizzled down the stretch and into the playoffs. Kaberle had just a goal and eight assists…

Some thoughts as Tomas Kaberle signs three-year deal in Carolina

Less than six months after the Bruins traded away Joe Colborne, a first round draft pick in 2011, and a second round pick in 2012 to the Leafs for Tomas Kaberle the Kaberle era has come to an end after the puck-mover signed a three-year deal worth $12.75 million with Carolina.Kaberle’s tenure in Boston will be viewed as a failure in an individual sense but a rousing success in a team perspective. How much Tomas Kaberle added to the Bruins Stanley Cup run is questionable at best but the sting of trading away a boatload for an underwhelming player wore off a hell of a lot on June 15th. Kaberle’s final numbers as a Bruin are 1-8-9 +6 in 24 regular season games and 0-11-11 +8 in the playoffs. Not terrible numbers but watching the games it was clear that Kaberle wasn’t worth the dowry the Bruins had to give up. The one area that he was brought into Boston to improve, the power-play, worsened over time with Kaberle at the point, so much so that his role was greatly reduced…

Bruins Receive C- In Yahoo’s ‘NHL Free-Agent Frenzy Report Card’

The offseason may be young, but that’s not stopping anyone from already taking some shots at the Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins. Yahoo’s hockey blogger Greg Wyshynski (a.k.a.: Puck Daddy) recently dished out report cards for last week’s “NHL free-agent frenzy” and Hub hockey fans may not like what they see. The B’s received a C-, because, according to Puck Daddy, they “said goodbye to Michael Ryder, whose streakiness wasn’t worth the price tag. The Bruins signed LW Benoit Pouliot from the Habs for one year and $1.1 million, and one assumes it’s so he can score game-winning goals against…

Sabres, James Wisniewski Among Early Free Agency Winners, While Flyers, Tomas Kaberle Not as Fortunate

The free agency period is just three days old, but already most of the major moves have been completed. Some 86 players landed new deals between the opening of free agency at noon on Friday and Sunday afternoon. That’s after 25 others signed new contracts in the final week leading up to July 1. It was a wild weekend of outrageous spending. Some of those dollars will have been spent wisely, with clubs putting the pieces in place for eventual Cup runs, just as the Bruins did when they began their march toward championship glory with their first serious foray…

Habs should sign Tomas Kaberle

While a ton of free agents have signed new contracts over the past 2 days, there are still some intriguing names that are still available. One of those names is Tomas Kaberle. In some ways, it is strange to see that he is still on the market; but at the same time, he’s not exactly coming off the best year of his career.TSN has reported that several teams have expressed interest in Kaberle, and it wouldn’t surprise me if he signed today, as he is far and away the best defenseman that is still a UFA. The Habs are 1 team still looking for a D. Remember; they offered Hamrlik a 1 year-$3.5M deal which he declined. That tells me that Pierre Gauthier is looking for someone who can be a factor, not just a 7th or 8th D. Having said that, here are 5 reasons why I think the Montreal Canadiens should sign Tomas Kaberle.Depth Insurance Right now, Montreal’s top 4 on the blueline is Markov-Gorges and Gill-Subban. Those are 2 good D pairings, but my question is what if 1 of them gets hurt? Spacek …

Peter Chiarelli Says City of Boston, Recent Success Make Bruins an Attractive Organization to Players Around League

When Peter Chiarelli took over as general manager of the Boston Bruins, the team had far more flaws than the current one has. With a solid foundation now intact, Chiarelli says the Bruins don’t need to go out and overspend via free agency. Chiarelli also noted that the Bruins don’t necessarily have to go out to try to pick up the best players when it comes to the open market. Instead, Chiarelli and Co. analyze each players’ skill set and then try to acquire players that fit their needs. The B’s GM also discussed how attractive the Bruins organization has…

Kaberle still in talks with Bruins

Through a busy first day in free agency for the suddenly cash-rich NHL, Bruins defenseman Tomas Kaberle is still available and still in open discussions with the team.
In 2010-11, Kaberle scored 4 goals and 43 assists, though just nine of those points came during his 24 regular season games with the Bruins. Kaberle also had a rough time in the playoffs, though he did get stronger in the later rounds, posting 11 assists and a plus-8.
General manager Peter Chiarelli took a calculated risk in letting Kaberle get to free agency, openly shopping his rights around the league before July 1 with the understanding that the talented defenseman could walk. Whether his uneven play was symptomatic of a decline or just an adjustment to Claude Julien‘s swirling defensive system was hard to tell.
It seems the Bruins weren’t totally sold on Kaberle, but given the need for a veteran defenseman to play in front of Steve Kampfer, Matt Bartkowski and draft pick Dougie Hamilton, the devil the…