Author Archives: Trade Man
According to tsn.ca, Forward Shawn Horcoff will be out for the balance of season. He will be undergoing should surgery to repair damage that was re-aggravated during the all-star game.
The Ottawa Sun is reporting that several teams are interest in acquiring Brian Campbell from the Buffalo Sabres…
The Canadiens lost 5-3 to the Rangers last night in a game were they were up 3-0 with 10 minutes left in the 2nd. It is clear they need more offence and it appears that Bob Gainey will make a deal.
The News and Observer provides some interesting speculation with regards to the Hurricanes.
The OC Register is reporting that Brian Burks is not a big trade deadline guy but with that being said “the fact that we’ve lost six in a row, there is temptation to panic.”
The Vancouver Province is reporting that GM Dave Nonis was recently in Sweden having good looks at both Fabian Brunnstrom and Peter Forsberg.
RDS reports that Jaroslav Halak has been sent down to Hamilton which means the obvious….Check it out:
After watching the NY Rangers defeat a 3 goal defecate, Montreal clearly shows the lack that “Star/Clutch/Experienced” player. I strongly believe this club is a trade away from being a serious threat….
RDS has reported that the Canadiens have sent Halak back to Hamilton. With the Habs having to play the Sens twice this week, as well as the leafs, are they about to call Carey price back to the NHL to relieve some pressure from Huet?
The absence and presence of D Dan Boyle on the ice each stand out for the same reason – he means that much to the Lightning attack.
The Flyers’ bid to sign Peter Forsberg took an interesting turn Saturday when general manager Paul Holmgren revealed he is in Sweden on a scouting assignment.
The answer is yes — the Avalanche is very interested in Peter Forsberg, and plans to make him an offer. But the Avs — like any other NHL team with interest — are waiting to hear when or if their former star center is ready to play again.
Now I know that I’ll get chewed out for writing another article about the Maple Leafs but the fact is that there are simply a few moves that the leafs need to make.
According to TSN, Philadelphia Flyers GM Paul Holmgren has gone to Sweden on an unspecified journey.