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|Last 10 Games|
|Lindback's Role With Stars Suddenly Unclear |
|(7/8/14) Anders Lindback's role with the Stars this coming season has become clouded due to the team signing goaltender Jussi Rynnas to a two-year, one-way contract.|
|Stars Sign Lindback |
|(7/1/14) The Stars signed Anders Lindback to a one-year, $925,000 million contract Tuesday.|
|Bolts Will Not Qualify Lindback |
|(6/21/14) The Lightning will not qualify Anders Lindback, reports the Tampa Tribune, but he will get consideration to return as the backup, albeit at a cheaper price tag.|
|Bolts' Lindback Yanked In Game Four |
|(4/22/14) Anders Lindback was pulled 5:42 into the second period Tuesday after yielding three goals on 20 shots. The Lightning ultimately lost the game and the series in a 4-3 loss to the Canadiens.|
|Lightning Stick With Lindback |
|(4/22/14) Anders Lindback is in line to start Tuesday's game against the Canadiens, Damian Cristodero of the Tampa Bay Times reports.|
Stars Add Depth, Make Lindback's Role Unclear
The Stars announced Monday that they've signed goaltender Jussi Rynnas to a two-year, one-way contract.
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Stars Sign Lindback
The Stars signed Lindback to a one-year, $925,000 million contract Tuesday.Lindback was 8-12-2 wih the Lightning last season with a .891 save percentage and a 2.90 GAA. He'll serve as Kari Lehtonen's backup heading into next season.
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Not many teams are in the market for a goaltender even if there are plenty of options in free agency, led by Ryan Miller.
|Things were briefly looking up for Anders Lindback, the often derided former back-up in Tampa, when Dallas tendered him a contract. But shortly after acquiring Lindback, the Stars went and grabbed Jussi Rynnas from Europe, and signed him to a one-way deal. Whassup with that? Either Rynnas or Lindback will be on the move early in the season, either through trade or through waivers down to the AHL. Rynnas looks to have the inside track for hte number-two gig -- after all, he's the one with the two-year contract. But anything can happen there. Still, drafting Lindback is a risky move with next to no upside. (Updated 8/13/14) |