Category Archives: HTR Feature Article
1. Richards to the Rangers?
2. Jason Arnott on the block?
3. WHO LANDS IN LA?
4. PHILLIPS STAYING OR GOING?
5. KOBASEW TO BE MOVED
6. CAROLINA ON THE MOVE?
7. PHOENIX TO MAKE A MOVE?
8. LA in the Mix for Ales Hemsky and Dustin Penner.
9. Edmonton and Colorado interested in Jonathan Bernier.
10. Islanders Radek Martinek should be 11th hour trade
Richards could be star name on deadline day
Toronto’s primary need remains a defenceman
LA interested in Hemsky, Richards or Booth
Flyers have inquired about Adam Foote
Hawks still seek penalty-killing defensemen
Flyers Notes: Defensive depth may be Flyers trade deadline goal
Maple Leafs GM faces tough days ahead
Latest rumblings: Bryan McCabe
Blue Jackets seek help as trade deadline nears
Stars’ asking price to Rangers for Richards is laughable
Rivet waived after trade effort fails
NHL should be terrified of threat to Crosby
Caps interested in Kovalev?
Phillips weighs options ahead of NHL trade deadline
Should the Caps trade Alexander Semin?
On Phillips and Kovalev
Is anything else brewin’?
Avalanche Defenseman John-Michael Liles Trade Rumors Fly
Rangers scouting the Wild and Caps?
Panthers looking to deal as trade deadline approaches
Early afternoon musings: Feb. 22
Leafs trade is not imminent
Rumors from USAtoday
Rumors from the Dreger Report
Enough outdoor NHL and Mr. Gillis don’t forget Brunette
Could the Wild make a move for a center
Anxious Sens brace for more trades
Trading deadline gets general managers going, or in case of Kings, not going
Connolly’s days as Sabre may be counting down
The first Deadline Period update (key name: Hemsky).
Osgood’s status could prompt trade at deadline
Demoted defenseman Wade Redden may walk away from Rangers guaranteed money at end of season
Avs coach Sacco, GM Sherman to keep jobs
Flyers, Bruins trades put pressure on Pens, Caps
Leafs looking for D-man
McCabe, Vokoun in play at deadline
Fletcher not a seller
Stewart move could haunt the Avs
Glen Sather listens to trade winds
The Tomas Kaberle Trade Watch is (mercifully) over, but that doesn’t mean Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Brian Burke is done.
One NHL scout said the Leafs have been testing the waters to see if there any takers for winger Phil Kessel.
“I was kind of surprised to hear his name as a possibility, but Kessel’s available,” the scout said.
Tomas Kaberle’s time as a Toronto Maple Leaf has finally come to an end.
After 12 seasons in blue and white, the Maple Leafs have traded the veteran defenceman to the Boston Bruins in exchange for prospect centre Joe Colborne, the Bruins’ first round pick in 2011 and a conditional draft pick.
The trade call still has to go through the league to confirm the deal.
No deal for Kaberle . . . yet
Burke has work cut out for him
With Giguere hurt, Leafs begin goalie hunt
Bruins ‘close’ to getting Kaberle, sending Stuart to Chicago
Deadline hangs over Bruins’ heads
About that Canucks trade for Ian White? It’s not happening
Washington Capitals looking to add a second-line center at NHL trade deadline
White still with Canes – for now
Ducks send Paul Mara to Montreal
Flyers looking to dump Zherdev?
Kaberle only has eyes for Bruins
Time to make power play for Kaberle
Leafs GM Brian Burke On Trade Talks With Bruins
Speaking of the trade deadline, the Bruins are in a terrific position to pry some top-end talent from teams in the seller’s category, thanks in large part to the Phil Kessel deal that gives Boston another of Toronto’s first-round picks this year (the Bruins used the other to pick up Tyler Seguin in last year’s draft). The Leafs look like they’ll be a draft lottery team again this season, which means Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli can dangle a top-five pick.
Guy Carbonneau says the Canadiens need to make a deal, not at any price, but they need to acquire someone like Maple Leafs defenseman Tomas Kaberle before the February 28th NHL trade deadline.
Let the shopping begin.
With the NHL trade deadline set for Feb. 28 at 3 p.m., many of the league’s 30 GMs are still trying to figure out whether they’re going to be buyers or sellers.
At last year’s deadline, there were 31 deals involving 55 players.
It would be hard to believe that is going to happen again.
Versteeg shrugs off trade rumours
Giguere wants to stay but only if he’ll play
Flames’ hot streak cools off trade talk
Phillips stays mum on future
Versteeg has ‘uneasy’ feeling about rumours