Author Archives: Trade Man
John Tortorella came to New York with a reputation as the toughest sheriff around. He was going to be the demanding presence to hold players accountable no matter the names on the backs of their sweaters or the numbers on the dotted lines of their contracts.
Centre out 6-8 weeks, but Murray can’t afford to bring in replacement player
By BRUCE GARRIOCH, Ottawa Sun
It begins and ends with the Rangers high payed players who are not even worth a bag of pucks at this point.
The top 5 worst players on the team include these three and they are the most highly overpaid players in the league.
Nothing left to do but SEND ONE OF THEM TO THE MINORS!
Here’s Chicago Blackhawks offseason plan. I’m basically just throwing ideas out there to chat and have fun. Enjoy.
Price/ Halak, Price/ trade, or Price/ other?
Montreal has two HNL level goalies presently. Price is placed on his altar and praised as the future. Halak is playing well (some say better) but seems to fade away when considering long term plans. So, will Halak be traded to a team that needs a goalie, or will the Habs retain him to help the oft struggling Price?
By PAT HICKEY
As the Canadiens prepare to face the New Jersey Devils Wednesday night (7 p.m., RDS, CJAD Radio-800), the focus will be on a goaltender, and it’s not Martin Brodeur, who is in position to break Terry Sawchuk’s NHL record for career shutouts.
Hockey Night in Saskatoon could still happen.
Montreal Canadiens goalie Jaroslav Halak wants to play more and it appears that general manager Bob Gainey is willing to accomodate him if the right offer comes along
By Tarik El-Bashir
By loaning Michael Nylander to the American Hockey League’s Grand Rapids Griffins, the Washington Capitals did more than just rid themselves of a distraction that had been lingering all season. The team with the best record in the NHL through Sunday’s games also paved the financial way for both immediate and future improvement.
By Tim Panaccio
BOSTON – Wherever you go, when the subject of Flyers hockey comes up, the question remains the same: What’s wrong with this team?