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Pens' free agent options

| Saturday, June 30, 2007

Tribune-Review hockey writer Rob Rossi breaks down the best of the free-agent class. Teams can sign free agents beginning Sunday: Daniel Briere, center2006-07 team: SabresTrib rank: 1Headed to Pittsburgh?: Dream on... Chris Drury, center2006-07 team: SabresTrib rank: 2Headed to Pittsburgh?: Dream until those dreams come true. Scott Gomez, center2006-07 team: DevilsTrib rank: 3Headed to Pittsburgh?: Word is he loves LA. Ryan Smyth, left wing2006-07 team: IslandersTrib rank: 4Headed to Pittsburgh?: Wants too much for too long. Sheldon Souray, defense2006-07 team: CanadiensTrib rank: 5Headed to Pittsburgh?: No chance. Teemu Selanne, right wing2006-07 team: DucksTrib rank: 6Headed to Pittsburgh?: Quack, quack, quack... Scott Hannan, defense2006-07 team: SharksTrib rank: 7Headed to Pittsburgh?: Won't come cheap, but Pens interested. Jason Blake, right wing2006-07 team: IslandersTrib rank: 8Headed to Pittsburgh?: Goal is to extend Crosby, right? Paul Kariya, left wing2006-07 team: PredatorsTrib rank: 9Headed to Pittsburgh?: Rumours worked better as an album. Brian Rafalski, defense2006-07 team: DevilsTrib rank: 10Headed to Pittsburgh?: What role would he fill?

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