Monthly Archives: March 2010

Eberle may get the call

Edmonton Journal

With the Regina Pats out of the running to make the Western Hockey League playoffs, Edmonton Oilers prospect Jordan Eberle is available to join the team.

But he’ll most likely head to the Springfield Falcons, the Oilers’ American Hockey League affiliate, which is what he did last season when he had nine points in nine AHL games.

Kaberle open to a new deal…

… But he’s also willing to leave, that’s not too confusing

By MIKE ZEISBERGER , Toronto Sun

In a perfect world, Tomas Kaberle would want to remain a Maple Leaf for life.

And yes, he admits he was “happy to hear” general manager Brian Burke state Wednesday that the team was open to discussing a contract extension for the veteran defenceman.

NHL Trade deadline winners

With another NHL trade deadline in the rearview mirror, it’s time to take a look at the five teams that did the best to improve themselves for the stretch drive.

A total of 30 trades went down on Wednesday, but few of them involved big-ticket items.

Depleted Oilers lose to Hawks

Remember 2007?

The day of the NHL trade deadline when the Edmonton Oilers dealt Ryan Smyth and proceeded to go on the worst slide in team history, losing 18 of their last 20 games. Remember how they were so decimated by injuries on the blue-line, they had to call up a junior player on emergency relief just to fill out the lineup?

Trade Deadline: Leafs Edition

It’s deadline day and the Toronto Maple Leafs are definitely sellers the question remaining is what can Brian Burke receive for his wares?

NEWS THAT CHARLES WANG DOES NOT KNOW! RICK DIPIETRO HURTS KNEE IN BATTING CAGE!

I HAVE INSIDE INFO. AND NOW THE ISLANDERS MAY BE ABLE TO GET OUT OF THE RICK DIPIETRO CONTRACT!

Rick Dipietro was on the right path during his rehabilitation for his sore knee. He had been doing well and all signs pointed to a comeback. BUT during his rehab Dipietro became careless.

Here is how…..

Trade Deadline Day – More Rumors

Reports: Ray Whitney, Erik Cole, Tomas Kaberle Among Bruins’ Targets at Deadline

Canadiens netminders staying put

Flyers talking goalie

Sens GM plans to deal

Dealing for ‘D’ fuels speculation

For St. Louis Blues, no deal is imminent

The 10 players, teams shaking up NHL trade deadline day

Florida Panthers’ Tomas Vokoun copes with rumors before trade deadline

Flyers Notes: Deal isn’t essential, Laviolette says

GM Brian Lawton: Tampa Bay Lightning not seeking to rent players

Massive Rumor Update – Deadline Day Edition


Deal or no deal?

Washington Capitals assess their needs as NHL trading deadline approaches

No Jackets deals yet, but stay tuned

Suitors eye Staios, Moreau

Enjoy Gonchar while he’s still around

First thing first: Ducks’ Niedermayer going nowhere

Canucks return to play: Hamhuis could be trade-deadline target

Bruins up against a deadline

As trade deadline approaches, Flyers man the phones

Trade deadline eyes on goalies

Blues / Habs Swing a deal

Blues announce trade with Montreal — Palushaj to Mtl, D’Agostini to StL. Official from press release.

Bob McKenzie

Nashville Turns Down 3 Offers on Hamhuis

By Tim Panaccio

CSNPhilly.com
As of Tuesday morning, it appears as if Nashville general manager David Poile hasn’t been impressed enough to move defenseman Dan Hamhuis to the Flyers or anyone else.

LEAFS CLOSE TO SENDING PONIKAROVSKY TO PENGUINS

TSN.CA STAFF

The Toronto Maple Leafs have a deal in place to trade forward Alexei Ponikarovsky to the Pittsburgh Penguins for defenceman Martin Skoula and prospect Luca Caputi.

The deal will become final after a trade call with the NHL.

No word on Whitney

The biggest piece at the NHL trade deadline is at a standstill.

While Carolina Hurricanes GM Jim Rutherford wants to move Ray Whitney before the 3 p.m. tomorrow, the club is in a holding pattern.

SENATORS ACQUIRE DEFENCEMAN SUTTON FROM ISLANDERS

TSN.CA STAFF

The Ottawa Senators have acquired defenceman Andy Sutton from the New York Islanders for a second-round draft pick.

The pick is San Jose’s that Ottawa acquired in the Dany Heatley trade.


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