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According to the Calgary Herald and CBS.sportsline.com, the Flames and the Ranger are working on a blockbuster trade. If this will really happen, we don’t know. Here’s who will be moving:
According to TSN, they are reporting that the Leafs have tabled an offer to the Caps.
Over the past few weeks, there have been many talks about goalies packing their bags and going somewhere else but so far only one trade has gone down (Sean Burke for Mike Comrie). From my perspective the Flyers aren’t that much better between the pipes than they were before, it is an improvement, but we’ll have to see how deep they can go into the playoffs.
Recently Comcast, the owner of the Philadelphia Flyers and 76ers, along with Comcast Sportsnet, and other television stations including the Golf Channel, has offered to buy Disney. As we all know, Disney is the owner of the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. If Comcast were to acquire Disney, one of the teams would have to be sold.
According to the fan590 and Letsgowings.com,
A trade that would bring the Caps center Robert Lang to the Redwings was a done deal, and only a few minor details of the trade had to be worked out. There is no details in what the Caps would get in return. Detroit has been rumored to be looking for a center all year, and Lang would fit in nice with the Wings.
Leafs Defensman Rick Jackman wants to play in Toronto but after dressing in the first 16 games of the season he has only dressed in 13 of the teams past 39 games and he is growing frustraded.
The Flyers have announced that Goalie Propect Antero Niittymaki will make his 1st NHL start tonight against Washington. If he performs well he will start at Atlanta tomorrow.
Newsday and nhl.com report:
Mike Keenan has contacted Glen Sather about taking over the Rangers coaching position maybe as soon as after the all-star break.
Is Eight Enough? For New York Rangers forward Eric Lindros, eight documented concussions should be more than enough for him to seriously consider taking himself off the ice for good.
Believe it or not, Flyers general manager Bobby Clarke, master of the controversial sound bite and inane comments, actually had something intelligent to say recently.