Monthly Archives: November 2006

Blockbuster Trade Coming?

The “reliable” Eklund of Hockeybuzz is reporting that if the Calgary Flames don’t turn around their season this weekend something BIG will happen. Here
is how the trade should look like:

Trade Speculations Starting to Brew

The NHL world is tasting the brewing speculation of trades bound to happen soon; and, the taste is so good that it is….

(takes on the Flyers, Coyotes, Rangers, Panthers, and Flames)

Todd Bertuzzi undergoes back surgery

Todd Bertuzzi of the Florada Panthers underwent surgery Thursday to fix his ailing back.

He’s expected to be out six to eight weeks although Panthers head coach and GM Jacques Martin only said Thursday that the 31-year-old would be re-evaluated next week.

Team Quebec?

The debate about a French Canadian international team is brought up again.

QUEBEC (CP) – A well-known Quebec lawyer is urging Premier Jean Charest to get involved in helping to create a Team Quebec that would play in the 2008 world hockey championships.

Trade in the Works for Chicago/NYR?

Larry Brooks has reported that the Rangers and Blackhawks are discussing a deal that would involve Jassen Cullimore and Petr Prucha.

How long until the Sens make changes?

I will be the first to admit, being a Leafs fan, I hate the Senators. I don’t even partcularly like the city. I don’t like their whining, crying fans or their whining crying Captain.

Having said that, I honestly feel for Senators fans in the last couple years. Legitmate chances to win a cup don’t come along that often and the window is not open much longer for the Sens, if it isn’t already closed.

Maple Leafs First Month Report Card

Here is the Maple Leafs report card for the first month of the 2006-07 season, it is in alpabetical order so here it is:

Penguins Good Draft Record a Fluke

The Pittsburgh Penguins appear to be on the verge of being one of the best teams for years to come. The Pens have perhaps the best young team in the game and despite their youth, are already a very competitive team. With franchise type studs like Sidney Crosby and Evgeny Malkin, there is no where to go but up.

Zetterberg – he's not this bad!

If you were to look up the term “fantasy team killer” in the dictionary, you wouldn’t find it. Duh. However, Zetterberg has probably been the biggest disappointment to fantasy owners and hockey fans alike so far this season. Three measly points in 11 games? None in his last 8 matches? Ouch.