July 18, 2010 by staff
Still Waiting:Buffalo (WIVB) – With typical determination and the determination of a Western New York, NHL free agent Lee Stempniak is being patient. The native of West Seneca is one of the forwarsd still found in free-agent market. But two weeks after buying season, which still has not signed with a team.
4 News spoke with former Red Raider San Francisco earlier this week. He was in Boston, who has just returned from their honeymoon.
Stempniak was split last year with the Maple Leafs and Coyotes. Traded to Phoenix by the deadline, Stempniak scored 14 goals in 18 games with his new team. He finished the season with 28 goals.
Stempniak said he was not surprised by the slow signing period. His agent, Bob Murray, was prepared for this possibility. When the porters and the defense was quick on July 1, Murray thought that the purchase of advance would be expelled. Stempniak said that his agent is having conversations with teams, but refused to name the teams.
The veteran of five years, Phoenix said that she liked, but there are financial liminations may discourage a return.
What’s playing in his hometown? The Sabres have a lot of strikers, but could use some scoring from the right side.
“It would be unthinkable to play here,” says Lee about wearing the blue and gold and play for a team that grew up watching.
Stempniak could be free agent at the mercy of Ilya Kovalchuk. Where signs can open the market for the rest of the forwards available.
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