Carl Sneep

#59D,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 210
Born:
Birth Place: Brainerd, Minnesota
Draft: 2006 2nd round (32nd pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Yardbarker

    Say Goodbye to David Pastrnak

    The Boston Bruins are notable for trading away offensively-talented superstars for less than exciting returns. In 2005, the Boston Bruins traded center Joe Thornton away for Marco Sturm, Wayne Primeau, and Brad Stuart. Although all three are serviceable NHL players, Joe Thornton was better than those three combined. Thornton has had a 1,000 point career and is playing good hockey at the age of 38. Primeau and Stuart were out of Boston after just two seasons, while Sturm played five relatively uneventful seasons in Boston. You would think a trade of this magnitude would teach the Bruins front office to avoid making the same mistake again, but you would be wrong. In 2009, the Bruins made a trade

  • Despite being in great shape, Stars' Kari Lehtonen needs to improve numbers to stick around in Dallas
    SportsDay

    Despite being in great shape, Stars' Kari Lehtonen needs to improve numbers to stick around in Dallas

    Kari Lehtonen Goalie, 6-4, 190 Age: 33 Catches: Left 2016-17 stats: 22-25-7, 2.85 GAA, .902 save percentage Contract status: In final year of five-year contract that averages $5.9 million in cap hit. Will make $5 million this season. Did you know: Lehtonen is second all-time in Stars franchise history in wins at 201 (Marty Turco first at 262) and is first all-time in save percentage at .912. 2016-17 recap: Such an odd season for Kari Lehtonen. After splitting time 50-50 with Antti Niemi the previous season, Lehtonen took 65 percent of the minutes in 2016-17 by performing better than Niemi. But while his numbers looked good in comparison (Niemi had a 3.30 and .892), they were still among the worst

  • The Stars were the 'champions of the offseason' -- Will Dallas lead the Central with its new talent?
    SportsDay

    The Stars were the 'champions of the offseason' -- Will Dallas lead the Central with its new talent?

    The Stars were the "champions of the offseason," IMO. If you had to predict the Central Division standings based on each team's offseason, how does everyone fall? Heika: It's an extremely tight group, but here is what I think on Aug. 21: 1. Dallas - Hitch usually gets great results in his first year 2. Nashville - Predators learned a lot in playoff run, and keep growing with new players. 3. Chicago - They are declining, but I just can't write them off yet. 4. Minnesota - This is as low as I would put them. They could win division. 5. St. Louis - History of consistency keeps them in pack. 6. Winnipeg - They are improving, but I just can't push them up ladder yet.