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Eklund at HockeyBuzz.com is reporting that he has spoken with a source “very close to the situation” that says the New York Rangers may be Peter Forsberg’s #1 choice if he is to return to the NHL this season.
Sorry to non-Habs fans for another Habs article, it’s just I haven’t written about them in nearly 6 months. So yeah, sorry.
Now, over the last 4 or 5 days, I’ve been asking myself just where does Montreal stand going into the Trade Deadline, which is in 30 days. Should they be big buyers…
TSN is reporting that John Ferguson Jr has been fired by the Maple Leafs.
It is expected that the Leafs will announce Cliff Fletcher as the new interim GM on Tuesday.
Hello hockey fans. It has been a while, but I have been busy. Things have calmed down and just now the season is starting to get the thrills of a long ride. I will be commenting on every, yes that’s right, EVERY, NHL team………in the East. Some of them will get a phrase, others a lot more depth. Nonetheless, read more and welcome to my world of thought, open for discussions.
Amazing how we are 20 games in and it feels as if the season started just a few games ago. It has also been a strange start to the season, but that’s not new. So where do teams stand after 20 games?
Accord to sportsnet.ca, and AP, the Dallas Stars have fired general manager Doug Armstrong. Quite a shocking news as the Stars sit in 2nd place in their division with a 7-7-3 record.
Hello hockey fans. I hope you are enjoying the season thus far even if it has been a bit whacky. A bunch of topics to talk about for the teams I have seen thus far.
According to sportsnet.ca, Heatley has signed a 6 year 45 million dollar deal with the senators. This equates to 7.5 million dollars per year. Murray was pushing 7, Heatley was wanting 8, they compromised right down the middle. I just hope the money doesn’t go to his head and turns into a lazy A$$ like many others do when they hit the big bucks.
Good Job Mr. Murray for getting this one done!
Gus Katsaros releases his season previews on the three Northeastern teams.
The Pittsburgh Penguins announced today that they have reduced their roster to 22 players for the start of the NHL season, with a bit of a shake-up on what was originally expected.