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Recent hockey rumors from around the league.
When asked about trading defencemen Kevin Bieksa, Canucks GM Mike Gillis said he was in fact fielding many calls about him, and is willing to listen.
It is suggested that Carolina is very interested in Bieksa and are willing to offer the likes of Eric Cole, Justin Williams or Tuomo Ruutu. (As per Eklund and TSN)
According to The Score television network, the Montreal Canadiens have been granted permission by arch rival Toronto Maple Leafs to talk to UFA eligible Mats Sundin or more specifically his agent.
According to Sportsnet. OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators placed troubled goalie Ray Emery on waivers Friday, beginning the process to eventually buy out his contract.
The LA Daily News is reporting speculation regarding the LA Kings. It is believed that there is a 50-50 chance that the Kings may trade their 2nd overall pick. If the Kings do opt to draft a player the speculation is that they will use the pick to draft Doughty, a talented D-man from the OHL.
The St Louis Blues have made a couple moves this morning, aquiring goaltender Steve Mason from the Nashville Predators in exchange for a 4th round pick in tonights entry draft. The Blues also Pick up a 5th round choice in the draft after sending Jamal Mayers to the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The Sun-Sentinel is reporting that the Panthers are expected to trade Olli Jokinen today at the NHL entry draft and it is speculated that a first round draft pick is key to any deal.
According to various reports that Pittsburgh Penguins may be looking to deal Malkin to the Los Angeles Kings for a package that would include Mike Cammalleri and the Kings second overall draft choice.
According to thefourthperiod.com, it seems Ottawa is looking to trade up for a higher pick in the draft to obtain a player than could step in this season to play with the team.
According to thefourthperiod.com and Bryan Murray, he announced that all of Ottawa’s UFA’s will hit the market on July 1st.
After a very successful season, the Stanley Cup runner up, the Pittsburgh Penguins may lose one or two of their key players.
After taking a look at the free agent list for this summer, here are a few names that would certainly help the Canadiens in their quest to improve on a very good 2007-2008 season.
According to The Fourth Period, the Pens have given UFA-to be Marian Hossa a Long-Term Contract offer. The offer is believed to be a 7 year deal worth around 50 million dollars. The Pens have also given Hossa a deadline to accept the offer(smart move IMO). It is believed if Hossa re-signs, the Pens will let Winger Ryan Malone walk as well as defenceman Brooks Orpik.
With loads of speculation whirling around Vancouver, this Friday’s draft day should be full of moves and excitement.