Author Archives: Trade Man
While the argument of the greatest goalie of all time can go on for ages due to several immeasurable but essential characteristics (the “Money Goalie” phenomenon) this argument is much more defined. Who is the greatest statistical goaltender of all time?
The Atlanta Thrashers were unable to agree terms on a long term contract with their star player Ilya Kovalchuk which casts doubt on his future in Atlanta.
All eyes are on Ilya Kovalchuk.
Off the glass
Around the boards
Wade Redden’s last chance to make a positive impression on coach John Tortorella and thus avoid exile to the AHL Wolf Pack begins tonight in Raleigh.
By Damien Cox
To lock up Phil Kessel for five seasons, the Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment condo developers surrendered $27 million, and right now that looks like an equitable deal in today’s NHL for an explosive offensive player.
Players must break in new equipment for tonight’s contest in Ottawa.
By MICHAEL RUSSO, Star Tribune
The Minnesota Wild has been the hottest team in the National Hockey League’s Western Conference since mid-November, but it was taken to a new extreme Friday.
Time has come and passed and Vesa Toskala has proven that he needs-no HAS to be tossed to the wayside. After three years of getting progressively worse, he has hit rock bottom.
IT HAS come to this: that a good effort, one point out of two, a shootout loss at home to the Pittsburgh Penguins, is being viewed as a step in the right direction for the Flyers. Such is their current state. Such is their fragility.
The last thing they need now is a trade.
Yes, Virginia, there is a Glen Sather, and he is the Rangers’ GM this morning, just as he will be tomorrow morning, and the morning after that and the morning after that regardless of the outcome of any individual game or sets of games.
Thrashers general manager Don Waddell claimed a report stating that negotiations with star player Ilya Kovalchuk were at an impasse is “certainly false.”