Still Waiting on a Deal: The Top NHL RFA’s

August 18th, 2010 by Pierce O'Leary Leave a reply »
Bobby Ryan

A former second overall pick behind Sidney Crosby in the 2005 NHL draft Bobby Ryan is full of potential. The 23-year old right winger plays the style of a natural power forward taking full advantage of his 6’2’’ 205 pound frame.

Ryan has scored over 30 goals in each of the past two seasons and played on the USA Olympic team this past season. There are rumors that Ryan is unhappy in Anaheim but look for him and the Ducks to eventually agree on a five-year deal around the $5 million a year range.


Marc Staal

The former Sudbury Wolves product was selected by the Rangers 12th overall in the 2005 draft and is coming off his best year in the NHL. The 23-year old Staal played in all 82 games last season for the Rangers scoring eight goals and adding 19 assists for 27 points.

Staal is a big 6’4’’ 209 pound defenseman that can shutdown the oppositions top players every night. Rangers GM Glen Sather has already stated he will match any offer sheet on Staal so it looks as though he will stay a Ranger.

Carey Price

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