Monthly Archives: March 2010

NHL Trade Deadline Eve Afternoon Updates

Kozlov requests trade from Thrasher

Thrashers sign Chelios

Lot of Huet trade rumors out there

Supply over demand

Tomas Vokoun: Keeping Options Open

Tons of Trade Rumors on Trade Deadline Eve


Once more round the block


Moves clear way for deal


SNOW WANTS A BETTER DEAL FOR SUTTON

Panthers deal Leopold; more trades may be on way

Frequent Flyers: Source says Flyers near deal; Parent, Coburn to go?

Avalanche’s Svatos prepared in event of trade

Leafs not alone in seeking changes

Flyers Notes: Team creates room for deal


Sam Carchidi

The Flyers aren’t just clearing cap space for the fun of it. They’re trying to set up a deal that would give the offense more life.

The Flyers yesterday freed more than $2 million of cap room by putting goalie Ray Emery ($1.5 million salary) on the long-term injured reserve list – he could still return this season – and placing seldom-used winger Riley Cote ($550,000 salary) on waivers.

The Flyers now have about $2.8 million of cap space – and that figure could grow, of course, if a player on their current roster is in a deal. A team’s roster cannot surpass $56.8 million.

NHL trade deadline could see changes to Canuck lineup

BRAD ZIEMER, VANCOUVER SUN

Kyle Wellwood insists he isn’t worried, but perhaps he should be.

With the NHL trade deadline looming, Vancouver Canuck coach Alain Vigneault has acknowledged that finding more scoring punch for his anemic third line is high on his priority list.

Oilers done dealin'?

GM Tambellini in a tough spot

By ROBERT TYCHKOWSKI

One and done?

Not necessarily.

Steve Tambellini is famous for taking his time on the trade front, but he says there’s still time enough left to make another move or two.

March 1st – Evening Trade Rumor Update


Coyotes general manager Don Maloney: Team won’t give away talent

Zidlicky’s Wild future might hinge on a deal

Flames sign Stajan

Tambellini expects to wheel and deal before deadline

THE RACE IS ON AS NHL TRADE FREEZE LIFTS

DARREN DREGER – Tsn.ca

The NHL’s roster freeze lifted at midnight eastern time, freeing general managers to close on any trade discussions that took place during the Olympic break.

Based on the level of those discussions, there’s a good chance we’ll see some movement in the next 24 to 48 hours.

Here’s what we know.

As is the case most years, veteran defencemen are a hot commodity.

Morning Morning Rumors – March 1, 2010


Trade deadline looms for Canes

Rangers hope banged-up Gaborik will play on

Penguins Notebook: Shero is not seeking an enforcer

Will Leafs' Pony ride out of town at trade deadline?

Mark Zwolinski

Almost 6,000 fans crammed into the GM Centre in Oshawa to watch the Maple Leafs practice on Sunday in another testament to the undying popularity of the team and its players.

Regier, NHL GMs have little time to shop


John Vogl

The sellers

• Carolina Hurricanes: Carolina has already begun shedding players, sending forward Matt Cullen to Ottawa before the Olympics. They have a proven scorer on the market in winger Ray Whitney. They also have what the Sabres may need.