Author Archives: Trade Man
Wild puts watchful eye on Koivu’s big brother
Chicago Blackhawks reach out and text Havlat
Red Wings wait for answer from Marian Hossa; other forwards could be leaving Detroit, too
Todd Bertuzzi attended yesterday’s Blue Jays game. Could this mean Brian Burke has an offer for him? Think about it. Burke traded for Bertuzzi in 1998, signed him in 2003 (still with the Canucks) and signed Bert two years ago with the Ducks. Is Big Bert going to be a Leaf?
Its official. The Sedin twins have re-signed in Vancouver for 5 years
The annual salary averages out to be 6.1 mil. The Nucks didnt break the bank and maybe have enough to bolster their D.
According to TSN.ca/nhl
Dany Heatley says no when asked to waive his no-movement clause to facilitate an agreed-upon trade between the Ottawa Senators and Edmonton Oilers that would have sent Andrew Cogliano, Dustin Penner and Ladislav Smid to Ottawa.
Now this is going to be CRAZY! not only does Ottawa fans hate him now, but so will Oiler fans.
Wow… his list did not include the Oilers… so what happens now?
Good/Bad/Ugly: The top 10 free-agent centers
KOMISAREK TO TEST FREE AGENCY ON WEDNESDAY
Boucher about to become a Flyer?
Free Agent Prize update
BOYLE DEAL COST ‘EM SHOT AT KESSEL
Reported by TSN
“Sources say Dany Heatley has been asked to waive his no-trade clause to go to Edmonton in exchange for Andrew Cogliano, Dustin Penner and Ladislav Smid.
Calgary Flames general manager Darryl Sutter made the most of his opportunity to negotiate with Jay Bouwmeester.
As reported from tsn.a/nhl
The Montreal Canadiens have obtained Scott Gomez, winger Tom Pyatt and defenceman Mike Busto from the New York Rangers FOR winger Chris Higgins and defensemen Ryan McDonagh and Pavel Valentenko from the Montreal Canadiens.
No one wants Gomez with that Salary everyone said… well THE DEAL IS DONE AND THE RANGERS DROP BIG SALARY.
here’s what the 2 players look like…
Kessel stays put for now
Oilers and Kings to swing a big deal?
PAT HICKEY, The Gazette
With the Vincent-Lecavalier-to-Montreal rumours laid to rest for at least another week, expect the Canadiens’ focus to turn to Swedish twins Henrik and Daniel Sedin.
Talks between the Sedins and the Vancouver Canucks have stalled and it appears they will be on the open market when they become unrestricted free agents tomorrow. The Sedins won’t come cheap – they are looking for long-term deals worth at least $6.5 million a season each – but Canadiens general manager Bob Gainey has more than $30 million available to go shopping.