Author Archives: Trade Man
ALLEN PANZERI, Canwest News Service
Charles Darwin … meet Gary Bettman.
With about six weeks left before National Hockey League training camps open, dozens of players are still looking for jobs. Their agents are busy these days, sending out resumés and calling general managers.
Sens need to find a home where Heatley wants to go. Sharks need to get under cap and change their team by adding a new top 6 winger, Bruins need to trade Kessel as they are not able to resign him. What are these teams going to do? All three of them could be in a trade together to satisfy all sides.
BRUCE GARRIOCH, Sun Media
Dany Heatley’s quest to get out of Ottawa isn’t dead yet.
Senators GM Bryan Murray confirmed in an e-mail to Sun Media that he could have “an option” to move the disgruntled left winger, but with the clock ticking toward the opening of training camp Sept. 12 at Scotiabank Place, the club will have to move quickly.
Hudler not rejoining Wings
Bertuzzi looking for work, but not with Flames
Jim Balsillie dropping gloves in NHL battle
Agent: No Progress Between Kessel and Bruins
EDMONTON — The Edmonton Oilers want it known that they no longer have any interest in acquiring Dany Heatley.GM Steve Tambellini held a media conference call on Friday afternoon and said that he’s going to stop pursuing a trade with the Ottawa Senators for the former 50-goal scorer.The Oilers have been linked to Heatley for about a month.
Barring a dramatic, unforeseen development, the countdown on Nikolai Zherdev’s final 96 hours as a Ranger will commence upon the conclusion of this morning’s salary arbitration hearing between the winger and the Blueshirts that will be conducted in Toronto.
After a 16-year NHL career, Sergei Zubov is heading home as the 39-year old blueliner has signed with SKA St. Petersburg of the KHL.
By BRUCE GARRIOCH Sun Media
The NHL is investigating whether Marian Hossa’s new 12-year, $62.8-million (all terms US) contract with the Blackhawks cir*****vents the collective bargaining agreement and the salary cap, Sun Media has learned.
Total Pro Sports – Winning the Stanley Cup is the goal most hockey players have when they begin playing the sport. They dream of hoisting it (and maybe throwing in an expletive while they’re at it), having a pool party with it, and when that is all done, taking it to bed to spoon it while sleeping.
Tampa Bay Lightning pays price for scoring flexibility, buying out forward Vinny Prospal’s contract
Tampa after Sykora or Tanguay
‘Narrow’ differences between Wellwood, Canucks
Idea to split Coyotes home games draws criticism from observers