Author Archives: Trade Man
Here’s the second hockey writer interview, this time from www.hockeynations.com ‘s the code.
It seems as though Eric Lindros is finally ready to return to the line-up in Toronto according to TSN.
There has been a rush of these type of articles, some of them credible some of them idiotic, this one will look to set them straight.
TSN.CA REPORTED TODAY THE SAN JOSE SHARKS HAVE RE-SIGNED GOALTENDER VESA TOSKALA TO A TWO-YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION WORTH $1.375 MILLION.
The Canucks are, in fantasy, in big trouble.
Bertuzzi still has the Steve Moore incident in his head and is having an average season. He did pass 500 career points this year though. He has 53 pts in 59 games.
This one is mere specualtion on my part. And has no foundation whatsoever.
In the Event that the Toronto Maple Leafs (or Laughs) should tank the season and presumably rebuild, who should we acquire from a “prospect” basis.
Think this through before submitting.
While they are both unreal hockey players and will leave a mark in the NHL history books as one of the greatest players ever.
The Olympic break is over, and the trade deadline is March 9th. Here are some available commodities and rumors – from a fantasy perspective of course.
Today Team Sweden of the Olympics beat Team
Finland to capture the men’s hockey gold medal.
In a shocker there were many Canadian fans cheering on Team Sweden. As we look forward to
Vancouver 2010 can Sweden repeat?
Now that the Olympics, I wonder if the Leafs will make a coaching move either soon or after the season. As a Leaf and Canadian hockey fan, coaching has been a huge issue with both teams due to Pat Quinn’s coaching decisions.
From Eklund’s Blog:
There is something very interesting brewing. With Malkin`s stock rising exponentially as a result of his Olympic play, I talked to a person on the inside of that situation that confirmed there are whispers, just whispers at this point, that Pittsburgh may get “A Lindros-esque bidding war going for Malkin at the deadline.”
I’ve conducted an interview with “The Insider” at insider-rumors.blogspot.com, I have a couple more interviews with top hockey bloggers/writers to do, that I will try to conduct soon, and there are a few more people I have yet to get, but here’s “The Insider” who had some interesting things to say.
The 2002 Winter Olympics were special, and it was the one year where the Olympic results really showed how good a hockey country you were… ok with the exception of Belarus… and you could prolly switch places for the USA, and Russia, but does everyone remember what a fun tournament that was?
I was pretty shocked today when i got home that Sweden blow out the Czech Republic 7-3 today.
Now the Finn’s and beating the Russia’s 4-0 now and they are all over the Russia’s to.
I really am getting tired of people making excuses for Canada’s Olympic team. The better team won, the better hockey country? No. The better team, yes. The team was filled with what a guy on the radio called “FOGs” friends of Gretzky’s.
When I read this article I just laughed over and over and then thought about how funny it would be if this actually happened! How would Sens fans feel if this happened? Still feel confident about winning the Cup? How confident are you about beating the Leafs even? (In the Playoffs)…Well since I am still laughing it is hard to type so I will let you all write whatever you wish about this subject/story. Paragraph below is the Article and the Link if you wish to read a bit more about it and also some other NHL material.
According to tsn.ca…
Russian forward Evgeni Malkin has been suspended for tomorrow’s semifinal matchup against Finland for trying to kick Vincent Lecavalier in yesterday’s game against Canada with 61 seconds left.
After the Olympic break how are the Leafs doing, how are their players and management doing? I
have compiled a report card to show you: