Notes: 2000-01: Selected by Minnesota in 1st round (3rd overall) of the NHL Draft; Scored 18 goal that season...2002-03: Named to All-Star Team...2003-04: Re-signed with Minnesota to a three-year deal worth $10 million, Oct. 31st...2007-08: Named to All-Star Team...2009-10: Signed with NY Rangers to a five-year deal worth $37.5 million, July 1st...2011-12: Named to All-Star Team; All-Star Game MVP...2012-13: Traded to Columbus in a four-player deal, Apr. 3rd...2013-14: Traded to Los Angeles for Matt Frattin and two draft picks, Mar. 5th; Stanley Cup Champion...2014-15: Re-signed with Los Angeles to a seven-year deal worth $34.1 million.
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IN THE NEWS: MLB BLACKOUT RULES LIKELY TO EASE SOON
NEW YORK (AP) -- If you're a sports fan who likes to catch games online, you know the drill: you can watch out-of-market games with no problem -- but can't catch the games of your local team because of league blackout rules.