Author Archives: Trade Man
Kevin Paul Dupont
Heatley, the second pick overall in the 2000 draft, was only 20 in the fall of 2001 when he arrived in Atlanta as the baby-faced cornerstone of the Thrashers. He went on to become a 50-goal scorer (twice), but by then he was one of the many promising faces of the Ottawa Senators, the franchise he helped carry to the Stanley Cup finals in 2007.
Who can get the most right? Make your predictions here. I’ll only be focusing on the bigger names.
New Wild GM ready to deal
Sutter close to signing as Flames head coach
Gustafsson hopes to have decision made by June 29
Scott Burnside and Pierre LeBrun ESPN.com
Hockey’s most storied franchise has been sold, pending approval from the NHL.
The Molson family has agreed in principle to purchase the Montreal Canadiens and Bell Centre from George Gillett.
Dan Wood, Staff writer – ocregister.com
Ducks defenseman Scott Niedermayer and his family are planning to travel Sunday from Orange County to their off-season home in Cranbrook, British Columbia.
I keep hearing, over and over and over, that the NHL can’t survive in the south. Phoenix is the example that keeps being used (for obvious reasons). I know the saying, “location, location, location”, and I don’t want to say location is not important. But is location really the reason for troubled franchises? Let me break down some thoughts. Then please add to, or comment on them.
SUNDIN, HEATLEY, GABORIK, KOVALCHUK, AND/OR HOSSA.
The NY Rangers have made it clean that big changes will happen this off season. The Rangers know as does the rest of the league that after Jagr left the team… the Rangers have been missing the go-to-guy that EVERY CHAMPIONSHIP team needs. With Gomez, Rozival, Drury, and Redden hurting the Rangers in cap space availability. Look for one of them to be on the move and a BIG name to be headed in.
What seems possible.
Sundin and Heatley or Sundin and Gaborlik
Here is how and why things are bound to change in NYC.
Heatley may have to compromise
Calgary Classic in works
Bert waiting for Flames to call
TSN.ca reports that
It appears that the Vancouver Canucks will have to break the bank if they want to hold on to the Sedin brothers.