Author Archives: Trade Man
Sportsnet.ca is reporting the latest information with regards to the Montreal Canadiens players who are apparently linked to organized crime.
RDS Hockey is reporting that Alexei Kovalev may be on his way back to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Globe and Mail is reporting on the latest rumors with the Canucks. It is reported that the Sedins and management are still far away on new deals, that eh Canucks are talking contract with Burrows and there are rumors that the Canucks may look to target several key free agents this offseason.
The New York Post is reporting that Devils GM Lou Lamoriello is looking to make a move to put the Devils “over the top.”
The Montreal Gazette is reporting on the latest news with regards to Alexei Kovalev mystery saga that continues to drag on.
The Tennessean is reporting that Nashville Predators Defenseman Ville Koistinen is not happy with his present situation in Nashville and wants to be traded soon.
Enough Leafs and Habs already! Lets talk WEST SIIIIIIIIIDE! What’s gonna happen in Wild Rose Country? What do the Flames need? Are the Oilers buyers or sellers? Who’s going and who’s coming?
The Globe and Mail is reporting that the recent firing of Penguins Coach Michel Therrien may have “scuttled” a trade between the Leafs and the Pens.
In order to sign BOTH Hossa and Franzen before the deadline, the Wings would have to move out players under contract beyond this season to clear the necassary cap room. At the same time, they wouldn’t want to hurt their club’s chances much this season. They currently have about $8 or $9 million in cap space for next season if the cap were to stay the same (Their UFA’s – Hossa, Franzen, Samuelson, Kopecky, Chelios & Conklin, while Jiri Hudler is an RFA). Obviously there’s not enough money. Here are a couple moves that could help them accomplish this:
The Daily Times is reporting that the Flyers could be set to try to move Daniel Briere this summer.
TheStar.com is reporting that Thomas Kaberle is now likely to stay with the Leafs and not be moved after all despite the fact that he has provided Burke with his list of his preferred destinations.
Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun is reporting that Dominic Moore’s play has improved so much this season that he may now be n the trade block.
At this point in the season it does not matter who is fired or who takes blame the Rangers are at best a 1 and done team this year. It won’t matter how hard they play or how good of a run they make toward the end of the season. The heart and the players to win you anything IS NOT HERE and won’t be here, for a long long time.
Here is what has to happen and what definitely should NOT happen before the years end.