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Trade Deadline Morning News and Updates on a big rumor involving the Coyotes and Flyers, the possibility that Ian Laperriere will be on the go and a tid bit on Tkachuk.
- Ottawa re-signs defensman Filip Kuba at 3years/3.7million per.
- Ottawa also will be sending forward Antoine Vermette to the Columbus Blue Jackets for goaltender Pascal Leclaire & a 2nd round pick.
*Bryan Murray is also making a final effort to re-sign Chris Neil. He also has a deal on the table (either San Jose or Pittsburgh) should negotiations fail to produce an extension.
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Yes, Brian Burke has been all over the news in Toronto with his opinions, theories and updates on how he intends to handle his Maple Leafs team heading into the trade deadline.
But was it all a big “smoke screen” for a much larger and well-devised plan Burke and his staff have been working on that no one saw or will see coming???
Twas the night before … the trade deadline!!! Here are some updates of players who are likely to be moved tomorrow.
Kevin Lowe, Steve Tambellini and the rest of the Oilers brass are bunkering down in Ottawa for d-day. The Oil would like to make a splash but it’s more likely that will have to wait for the summer.
Possible bargaining chips for the Oilers include: W Erik Cole, W Robert Nilsson, F Marc Pouliot, F Rob Schremp, D Ladislav Smid, D Taylor Chorney and possibly of most value, one of D Tom Gilbert or D Denis Grebeshkov.
Moves of the morning. Tsn.ca is reporting that the following moves have taken place this morning. “The Pittsburgh Penguins placed two-time All-Star Miroslav Satan on waivers, The Ducks placed Brendan Morrison on waivers, Gerber was once again placed on waivers and the Tampa Bay Lightning have placed Gary Roberts on waivers.
Brian Burke is not expecting to trade Kaberle or Ian White at the deadline, but names like Antropov and Mayers are still buzzing around.
The latest rumors on the Hurricanes, an update on Dominic Moore and the latest on Derek Morris.
Tsn.ca is reporting on the tough decisions that will have to be made on Pronger and Bouwmeester.
Sportsnet.ca is reporting that Senators Defenseman Filip Kuba has reversed his stance with regard to waiving his no trade clause. It is now speculated that if the soon to be unrestricted free agent can not agree to a new deal by tomorrow than he will be willing to waive his no movement clause in order to be moved to a different team.