Author Archives: Trade Man
The BostonHerald is reporting possible trade rumors that could involve the Colorado Avalanche or the Minnesota Wild.
TSN, probably the best hockey news outlet in all of Canada, has come up with their top 30 draft prospects for the upcoming 2009 NHL entry draft in Montreal, Quebec. Hockey analyst Bob McKenzie gives hockey fans a deep, and great analysis of all prospects in this years draft. According to TSN, this is their top 30 for 09.
TBO.com is reporting the possibility of a huge trade between the Penguins and the Lightning that would see Martin St. Louis moved to Pittsburgh.
TBO.com is reporting on the latest trade rumors with regards to the Tampa Bay Lightning. It is believed that the Sharks and Blue Jackets are interested in several Bolt players.
The New York Post is reporting that the New York Islanders have lost veteran Doug Weight for six weeks. Put differently HTR feels that not only did the Islanders loose Weight for six weeks but they will also lose out on part of his trade value.
Written by Frank Mazzola, Rotoexperts.com Staff Writer
Frank Mazzola takes a look at the NHL’s Eastern Conference and keeps you up to date on the latest developments.
New Jersey Devils
Patrik Elias (LW, NJ) is quietly putting together an amazing season; and he is on pace to reach somewhere around 92 points. He’s been brutally hot as of late, notching 11 points over his last ten games (three of them on the power play), and going plus-4 at the same time. As hard to believe as it may be, he’s actually unowned in a small percentage of leagues, which means there are quite a few fantasy hockey players out there not paying attention.
With the Olympics now 1 year away, I thought it would be time to pick my 2010 Team Canada. The team will consist of 13 forwards 7 defensemen, and 3 goalies. I’ll also include a taxi squad of 4 forwards, and 4 defenseman. I don’t know why I chose that number…I just did.
According to the Vancouver Province, the Canucks are heading into the trade deadline as buyers and have plenty of money under the salary cap to spend on new players.
The Senators new Coach has invigarated his team, but he has squarely placed Dany Heatley in his dog-house. The truth of the matter is Heatley has some of the best hands in the league and is a pure sniper, but not once since 2 seasons ago Has Heatley ever put the team on his back like Spezza and Alfie have led the Sens to victory.
The Montreal Canadiens struggles continue and many Hab fans are voicing their displeasure with Alexei Kovalev. It is well known that under the right cir*****stances Kovalev is an elite NHL player but for some reason at the present time he is playing very poorly and it appears that he is very short on confidence.
Tsn.ca is reporting that the Toronto Maple Leafs have waived Jeremy Williams. If he does clear waivers he will report to the Toronto Marlies of the AHL.
In other news thestar.com is reporting that as many as three teams are showing interest in Mark Bell. It is also noted that that Leafs would be very “cooperative” in making any deal to move Bell.
I want to start off by saying, as a die-hard Habs fan, seeing the way they have been playing lately, makes me want to do just that…die! They are playing the western conferences’ mediocre teams and losing as if they were playing the “powerhouses” of the NHL. *sigh* anyways… I’m not going to sugarcoat it, the Habs stink worse than a mexican restaurant’s bathroom.
Anyways, to my point of this article
Over the past couple of days, weeks, and months, I’ve been reading leafs rumours that have been absolutely ridiculous and make no sense at all. I’ve decided to write what I think the leafs should, and realistically, could do. Here it goes, by the way this is my first article so comments are welcome.