Monthly Archives: February 2011

Major NHL Trade Tracker

All Major NHL trades that happen on Feb 28 will be listed here

Thrashers – Radek Dvorak and a 5th rounder from Florida for Niclas Bergfos and Pat Rissmiller

Capitals get Dennis Wideman from the Panthers for Jake Hauswirth and 3rd rounder

Coyotes get Klesla from Blue Jackets for Scottie Upshall and Lepisto

Kings get Dunstin Penner from the Oilers for Colton Teubert, The Kings first rounder in 2011 and a conditional draft pick in 2012

The Ducks get Winchester from the Blues for a 3rd rounder.

Panthers get Samsonov for Bryan Allen

The Leafs have sent John Mitchell to the Rangers

Canucks get Max Lapierre from the Ducks – TBO

Canucks get Chris Higgins for Evan Oberg and a 3rd rounder

Flames get Fred Modin from the Thrashers for a 7th round pick

Capitals get Arnott from the Devils for Steckel

Hockey Trade Rumors – Feb 28, 2011 – Trade Deadline Day

MacArthur likely to stick with Leafs

Ladislav Smid on Blackhawks’ wish list

Sabres acquire Boyes from Blues

Senators likely to be on the move

Brad Richards is willing to waive his no move clause

Liles not going to the leafs

Sunday Eveing Trade Rumor Update

Weekend wrap: Trade rumors

Rumours du jour

Latest buzz on eve of NHL trade deadline

More Rumors

1. Buffalo could be interested in John-Michael Liles

2. The New Jersey Devils could move Greene, Arnott and/or Johan Hedberg

3. Vancouver Canucks could be eyeing Marty Reasoner or Zenon Konopka

Latest Rumors and News

1. Richards to the Rangers?

2. Jason Arnott on the block?

3. WHO LANDS IN LA?

4. PHILLIPS STAYING OR GOING?

5. KOBASEW TO BE MOVED

6. CAROLINA ON THE MOVE?

7. PHOENIX TO MAKE A MOVE?

8. LA in the Mix for Ales Hemsky and Dustin Penner.

9. Edmonton and Colorado interested in Jonathan Bernier.

10. Islanders Radek Martinek should be 11th hour trade

Marco Sturm, Nick Boynton, and Craig Rivet were all claimed on waivers

Sturm goes from the Los Angeles Kings to the Washington Capitals, Boynton goes from the Chicago Blackhawks to the Philadelphia Flyers, and Rivet, who was on re-entry waivers, goes from the Buffalo Sabres to the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Is Ales Hemsky headed to the Caps?

Is Ales Hemsky headed to the Caps?

The Globe and mail is reporting Alexei Kovalev received about as low a return as a team can get at the trade deadline, a conditional seventh-round draft choice transferred from the Pittsburgh Penguins to the Ottawa Senators, which is as close to free as the NHL will allow in a deal (that isn’t masked as ‘future considerations.’) Kovalev is one of those maddeningly erratic players, someone who was traded on his 38th birthday and is back in Pittsburgh for his second tour of duty, after two tries with the Rangers, plus one each in Montreal and Ottawa. When properly inspired, he is still capable of producing magic, but those times didn’t happen often enough in Ottawa – and thus Pittsburgh is really taking no chance by adding him at this stage of the game. Along with James Neal’s addition later this week, it also ends the Penguins’ flirtation with the Edmonton Oilers over Ales Hemsky who, if traded, will likely be the biggest name moved at Monday’s NHL trading deadline.

More Rumors

1. Smid to Nashville?

2. Chris Phillips Talk

Latest Rumors

Richards could be star name on deadline day

Toronto’s primary need remains a defenceman

LA interested in Hemsky, Richards or Booth

All’s not quiet on the NHL trade front

Yahoo sports is reporting
For a moment, it was quiet. After the latest big news – winger James Neal(notes) and defenseman Matt Niskanen(notes) traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins, defenseman Alex Goligoski(notes) to the Dallas Stars – there wasn’t a single NHL deal for two whole days. “It seems like everything’s done,” Stars general manager Joe Nieuwendyk said Thursday morning. But he was smiling as he said it. There were four more deals later in the afternoon, and there was one more as of Friday afternoon. And even though there have been 23 since Feb. 9 – with first-round picks, notable names and young players changing hands – there is the potential for even more significant action before the trade deadline at 3 p.m. ET on Monday.

Hockey Trade Rumors – Mega Rumor Update #2 – Feb 25, 2011


Is Arnott going to be traded?


Feaster under no pressure to make blockbuster trade

Sens in rush to re-sign Phillips

GM Tambellini playing trade game with caution these days

Should the Canucks look at Reasoner

Rivet hopes re-entry waivers produces another playing opportunity

Toronto Maple Leaf Rumors – Feb 25, 11

Should Clarke MacArthur stay or go?

Leafs locker: Trade winds blowing

Hockey Trade Rumors – Feb 25, 2011

Flyers have inquired about Adam Foote

Hawks still seek penalty-killing defensemen

Flyers Notes: Defensive depth may be Flyers trade deadline goal

Maple Leafs GM faces tough days ahead

Latest rumblings: Bryan McCabe

Blue Jackets seek help as trade deadline nears