Sunday, September 17, 2006

American Hockey League

Fritsche agreed to a two-way deal in the first year that will pay him $475,000 if he sticks in the NHL, or $60,000 if he's assigned to the American Hockey League. In the second year of the deal Fritsche will make $750,000 on a one way contract that ensures he will stay in the NHL.
Fritsche tallied six goals and seven assists in 59 games with the Blue Jackets last season.In 78 career NHL games he has totals of seven goals and seven assists.
The 22-year-old forward was drafted in the second round (46th overall) by Columbus in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft.
the signing of Anson Carter and now Fritsche will not impede the Blue Jackets ongoing negotiation with Nikolai Zherdev who is threatening to play this season in Russia if his terms aren't met.Who cares leave him in Russia.

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