Monthly Archives: July 2013

Milan Hejduk could play with another NHL team besides Colorado

Hard as it is to picture, it is possible Colorado Avalanche fans will see Milan Hejduk playing in another NHL uniform next season.

Here are the best of remaining free agents:

As the dust settles, we look at who remains without a contract. Here are the best of remaining free agents:

Detroit Red Wings free agency: Daniel Cleary likely to return

Cleary remains likely to return, at a rate of around $2.5 million to $2.75 million per for three years, but the Wings need to get someone off their roster of forwards, first. Alfredsson and Weiss have put Detroit at 14 forwards, a number that will grow by two when restricted free agents Joakim Andersson and Gustav Nyquist get new deals.

Jaromir Jagr talking to Montreal Canadiens

We know that Jaromir Jagr is going to play in the NHL during the 2013-14 season, we just don’t know where.

One team that seems to be emerging as a favorite, at least in Jagr’s eyes, is the Montreal Canadiens.

Mega trade rumor – Canadiens and Flyers talking trade?

Several teams interested in Grabovski: Agent

While Grabovski was not snapped up during rush hour of Friday’s free agency and is still available as of Sunday, Gary Greenstin says that is partly because he and the player are fielding multiple offers. “I never comment on negotiations, but several teams are interested,” Greenstin said Saturday.

Asked if that meant, say, three, four or five, Greenstin repeated “several.”

Six centres the Calgary Flames could chase

Marcus Kruger, Chicago Blackhawks

2012-13: 47GP 4G 9A 13Pts

The Stanley Cup champs are in a bit of a pickle against the salary cap.

Teams that may be looking at Thomas

Teams that could use Tim Thomas, assuming he’s not completely lost his body and mind: Colorado, Edmonton, Calgary, Florida, Dallas and maybe Pittsburgh

http://www.torontosun.com/2013/07/06/grabovski-on-carlyle-sounds-like-kadri-on-wilson

Free agency: What’s the Caps’ next step?

Among the free-agent centers still remaining is Mikhail Grabovski, a compliance buyout of the Toronto Maple Leafs, who bought out the final four years of his contract at $14.33 million.

Grabovski set career highs in 2010-11 when he recorded 29 goals and 29 assists, but struggled last season with nine goals, seven assists and a minus-10 rating in 48 games.

Bernier signs 2 year deal

Breaking News – Bobby Ryan traded to the Senators

Former Vancouver Giant star Jon Blum “would love,” chance to play for Canucks

Former Vancouver Giants defenceman Jon Blum, an unrestricted free agent after playing out his contract with the Nashville Predators, says that a “few teams,” have called his agent  Johannson to express interest and admits that the Vancouver Canucks are one of them.

And he’s openly keen on playing here. He did also say, “I’m going to let me agent do his job,” as well, for what it’s worth.

“I would love it,” said Blum, 24, who suited up for 248 regular season games with the Giants from 2005-09. “It’s like my second home.