I saw a Flyers blogger mention that Cory Sarich would sign in Nashville and would "replace Timonen."
Cory Sarich was a second round draft selection of the Buffalo Sabres in 1996. He was traded to the Lightning in 2000. From 2002-2007, he has played every single regular season game- for those who hate math, that's 328 games. I think he's also played every playoff game (that's 45). In that span, he has a total of NINE goals and 54 assists. He's a net -6 and has 301 penalty minutes.
How does this guy replace Kimmo Timonen at all? He's more like a replacement for Greg Zanon than anyone else. And, more importantly, what is with the hype he seems to be getting? I just don't understand it.