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|Bolts Sign Nabokov |
|(7/1/14) The Lightning signed Evgeni Nabokov to a one-year, $1.55 million contract Tuesday, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.|
|Isles' Nabokov Likely To Test Free Agency |
|(6/18/14) Evgeni Nabokov and the Islanders aren't close to reaching agreement on a new contract, according to Newsday's Arthur Staple.|
|Islanders Are Still Interested In Nabokov |
|(5/1/14) The Islanders are still interested in bringing back Evgeni Nabokov, according to Newsday.|
|Nabokov Stops 19 As Isles Shut Out Habs |
|(4/10/14) Evgeni Nabokov stopped all 19 shots that came his way in Thursday's 2-0 win over Montreal. He also assisted on Brock Nelson's second-period power-play goal.|
|Isles Go With Nabokov On Thursday |
|(4/10/14) Evgeni Nabokov will be in the crease Thursday against the Canadiens, Marc Antoine Godin of the Montreal Gazette reports.|
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Bolts Sign Nabokov
The Lightning signed Nabokov to a one-year contract Tuesday, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.The veteran netminder appeared in 40 games for the Islanders last season, but he'll head to Tampa Bay to serve as Ben Bishop's backup in 2014-15.
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|Evgeni Nabokov is far from done, but he's no longer the elite twine-tender he was when he was in his early 30s. Still, he can deliver decent numbers in a backup role, especially in the Bolts' structure - he'll play behind some defenders who can prevent scoring chances. He will likely see upwards of 30 games to help starter Ben Bishop stay fresh. He's a great handcuff in daily leagues and you may even get value in deep, three-goalie leagues. (Updated 8/13/14) |