Author Archives: Trade Man
The Calgary Flames have scheduled a news conference for 5pm et/2pm pt, Tuesday afternoon amid reports that Brent Sutter will be named the team’s new head coach.
Bouwmeester buyer beware
Is blockbuster deal in works?
Talks slated soon regarding Chelios’ future with team
Heatley gives Senators wish list of destinations
There is a lot of talks surrounding the Calgary Flames in the media right now. The Brent Sutter drama, Mike Cammalleri tagged as a hot commodity in the UFA market, the Dion Phaneuf vs. Dany Heatley rumours, Jay-Bo coming to town…As you can see, there’s a lot of different pieces of the puzzle in place for the Flames, but no one is talking about the complete scenario, the whole puzzle. So here’s my off-season plan for the Calgary Flames :
After reading countless articles and comments about crazy, decent, horrible and way out their proposals, i tried to think of a leafs draft day that would not only be realistic (obviously we cant really know what will happen) but different that anyone had posted yet.
TSN.ca reports that
“There will be no Olympics in Vancouver for me next year,” Sundin was quoted as saying Sunday on the Swedish newspaper Expressen’s website. “I will not change my mind,” Sundin told the newspaper. “I think it’s time that the next generation takes over. We have many good players.”
Some hockey news here and there on a Father’s Day weekend.
The Montreal Canadiens will be back under the Molson label, sparing us from years of Celine Dion-as-owner jokes. Keith Tkachuk will return to the St. Louis Blues for next season, which is a shrewd move for both player and franchise. And Mats Sundin(notes) not only makes a decision, but one that flies in the face of the supposed motivations for his signing with the Vancouver Canucks.
Is Vinny staying or going?
Math doesn’t add up for an easy re-signing of Havlat
Blues have their sights set on a goalie
By Tom Timmermann – ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
Keith Tkachuk and the St. Louis Blues have reached a deal on a one-year contract that will extend the veteran forward’s long run with the team.
Goal scoring a more pressing issue
By Jim Matheson, The Edmonton Journal
Will the Edmonton Oilers make a play to sign Florida Panthers defenceman Jay Bouwmeester or trade for his negotiating rights just before the free-agent market opens on July 1? Sources say the Oilers would rather, for now, spend the $6 million US or so a year it would take to sign the 25-year-old unrestricted free agent on somebody to play with winger Ales Hemsky on their No. 1 line.
MARK EVERSON REPORTS THAT
Add another name to the list of possible candidates to succeed Brent Sutter as Devils coach: former Flyer captain, Whaler and Hurricane Kevin Dineen.