Author Archives: Trade Man
At first I thought the talks of trading Luongo were ridiculous over-reaction. But it could possibly work.
TSN.ca is reporting that the Colorado Avalanche have offered Patrick Roy the head coach position in Colorado. What is a little odd about the situation is that the Avalanche have yet to fire Tony Granato who still has 2 years left on his present contract.
Make your ultimate team: 13 forwards, 7 defenseman, 3 goalies from players that are currently in the league. I’m also including football, basketball, and baseball because, well, i want to…even if this is a hockey site.
On draft day the leafs are going for a higher pick but who wll they trade to get it? Well there are a few they need to move like, Nik Hagman With a 3 Million dollars a season should be traded, Boyd Devereaux could go due to the fact the leafs are set in the Center Spot, Pavel Kubin can with they big money contract isn’t playing at the level he should, Tomas Kaberle can go if there is a trade for a pick but he is still good.
Calling all GTA and Golden horseshoe Leafs fans!… would you defect? Would you become a Hamilton fan?
It might seem stupid, but its actually very possible. It only makes sense for the Canucks in the long term…. see why
There are still two rounds of the playoffs to go and both rounds should produce some great moments! We have already had some great series and it should be even better this round! But, even though we should be sitting back and enjoying the hockey, we all still love to throw out our opinions as to what our favorite teams should do.
TSN.ca is reporting that Gary Bettman has announced that if a 7th NHL team is to come to Canada, it will be to Winnipeg.
Read the full story at http://tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=278929
According to Patrick LaForge, Oilers President and CEO, the Oilers will switch their current home jersey with their throwback alternate jersey for the 2009-2010 season.. “The dark blue will become our third jersey, as was Todd McFarlane’s former design (blue and silver with the gears on the sweater),” said LaForge. “The road whites will stay the same.”
NorthJersey.com is reporting that UFA to be Niclas Havelid has left the NHL and signed with Linkoping of the Swedish Elite League. The 36-year old was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1st. Havelid played in 78 games this season, splitting time between the Atlanta Thrashers and New Jersey Devils. He finished the season with two goals and 17 assists. He also added one assist in seven playoff games with the Devils. Havelid was originally drafted in the third round, 83rd overall by the Anaheim Ducks in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft.