Martin Gerber

#29G,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 201
Born:
Birth Place: Burgdorf, Switzerland
Draft: 2001 8th round (232nd pick) by the
  • What If … Wayne Gretzky was sold to Winnipeg Jets?
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    What If … Wayne Gretzky was sold to Winnipeg Jets?

    Note: It’s the NHL Alternate History project! We’ve asked fans and bloggers from 31 teams to pick one turning point in their franchise’s history and ask ‘what if things had gone differently?’ Trades, hirings, firings, wins, losses, injuries … all of it. The date: May 26, 1988 (back before the Stanley Cup was awarded in the middle of summer).

  • Ducks score three goals in final 3:16 of regulation, stun Oilers in 2OT
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    Ducks score three goals in final 3:16 of regulation, stun Oilers in 2OT

    Originally posted on The Comeback  |  By Matt Clapp  |  Last updated 5/6/17 Corey Perry gets the puck behiind Cam Talbot to complete an incredible comeback by the Ducks. Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports There are definitely two ways to look at Friday night’s Game 5 between the Anaheim Ducks and the Edmonton Oilers: An amazing comeback by the Ducks. A brutal collapse by the Oilers. Well, both ways are probably accurate in this instance. The Oilers had a 3-0 lead entering the final four minutes of regulation. And lost the game. Anaheim scored three goals in the final 3:16 of regulation to unbelievably send the game into overtime (and send the Honda Center crowd into a frenzy): Oilers general manager

  • Report: Sabres 'would be real lucky' to re-sign Eichel for under $9.5M a season
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    Report: Sabres 'would be real lucky' to re-sign Eichel for under $9.5M a season

    As the Buffalo Sabres and Jack Eichel continue to work on a contract extension, Connor McDavid's historic $100 million deal continues to serve as a benchmark for big bucks. More than a month after NHL.com said the Sabres were hoping to lock up Eichel, their 20-year-old center, with a contract similar to that of McDavid's extension, which pays out $12.5 million per season, TSN's Darren Dreger reports that Buffalo "would be real lucky to get Jack signed" at anything less than $9.5 million per year. Dreger was discussing the Eichel contract talks on WGR 550, according to FanRag Sports' Chris Nichols, when he also speculated the Sabres forward's new deal will compare more to McDavid's contract than that of Leon Draisaitl, the Edmonton Oilers' other long-term investment -- a $68 million one, at that.