Author Archives: Trade Man
Seeing as the Entry Draft is coming up, I’ve decided to post a list compiled by the witers of THN, listing the top 100 prospects in the NHL Entry Draft, in order of their predicted place of selection.
This years NHL draft and free agent look like they’ll be exciting periods for all HTR readers. For anyone interested, I am tryint to set up a chat for it, I’ll keep you all posted.
Here we go the Top Ten reasons why Leaf fans should look at why they like The Leafs.
10 – Thier Name – The Toronto Maple Leafs – The plural of leaf is LEAVES not LEAFS
Carolina Hurricanes center Doug Weight will miss Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals with an upper body injury, the team announced on Friday.
some players that did not sign with their team will be re-entering the draft this year
According to a report in the Toronto Sun and the Boston Globe, Boston GM Peter Chiarelli had dinner with the Big Irishman, likely to discuss Quinn filling the vacant coaching position.
This article is inspired by a question a friend asked me today, if the Edmonton Oilers win the Stanley Cup, will it be the best sports story ever?
Bruins trade a 7th round pick to the maple leafs for
reported on bostons offical website
The Stars /have Exercised Jere Lehtinen’s 1 year contract for Rangers Centre Mike Green. Also The Stars also signed winger Niklas Hagman to a two-year contract. Acquired in a mid-season trade with Florida, Hagman had eight goals and 13 assists in 84 games with the Panthers and Stars
Are the Canes serious about having 2 of the 3 Staal bros.? Rumors of trading D Jack Johnson, last years pick, to the Pens for the #2 overall pick are starting to fly. An interesting topic, to say the least.
Not to beat a dead horse, but we’ve all heard many times how Toronto will be one of the busiest teams in the NHL this summer. They missed the mark last season and now JFJ will be busy making key personel decisions and deciding who to keep, who to let go and who to sign as UFA’s.
The Stanley Cup Final has begun, and the playoff heroism stories of various Hurricane and Oiler players can be found in any newspaper or hockey website.
Soon-to-be Boston Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli met with Coach Mike Sullivan in order to determine whether or not the coach would return next year. After a lengthy meeting, Chiarelli is still undecided, and has set a timetable of about 10 days before he makes his final decision.
According to rds.ca, Mikael Tellqvist signed a one year contract. No financial details disclosed as of yet!
I think this is a good move since the Leafs are in a rebuilding mode. They probably won’t make it to the playoffs anyways so might as well try to develop young goaltenders.
Rolosons knee injury may have been worst then it looked. According to the score, Roloson is expected to miss the remainder of the finals with a “lower body injury”. This looks like bad news for the Oil who rod on Rolosons back all the way to the Stanley Cup finals.
Here are some de facto clarifying notes about Pittsburgh and Malkin. In fact, most apply to all NHL teams, so this should be helpful regardless of which NHL team you follow. I thought this was long overdue since I keep reading misinterpretations of the situation by many on their posts. And althought I am sure these notes will not rid the site of erroneous comments about the situation, I wanted to help people who are interested in reading it, what is really going on instead of getting bad information from the uninformed. So here are some true factual points as things stand under the current CBA and player transfer agreement:
I know I said no more Leaf articles till October, but watching the Canes win using one thing the Leafs lack hugely, that they used to excell at hugely, really angers me.