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Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli said it’s well within the realm of possibility that Marc Savard could miss the rest of the season with the Grade 2 concussion the star playmaker suffered Sunday in Pittsburgh.
In yet another “how the NHL should capitalize on the Olympic viewership column, Artie Gigantino of the San Francisco Chronicle Examiner makes a few salient suggestions (loved the newspaper ad) and a few awful ones (1. Ban fighting; 2. ???? 3. Get Olympic ratings). But this idea definitely resonated:
… But he’s also willing to leave, that’s not too confusing
By MIKE ZEISBERGER , Toronto Sun
In a perfect world, Tomas Kaberle would want to remain a Maple Leaf for life.
And yes, he admits he was “happy to hear” general manager Brian Burke state Wednesday that the team was open to discussing a contract extension for the veteran defenceman.
With another NHL trade deadline in the rearview mirror, it’s time to take a look at the five teams that did the best to improve themselves for the stretch drive.
A total of 30 trades went down on Wednesday, but few of them involved big-ticket items.
Deal or no deal?
Washington Capitals assess their needs as NHL trading deadline approaches
No Jackets deals yet, but stay tuned
Suitors eye Staios, Moreau
Enjoy Gonchar while he’s still around
First thing first: Ducks’ Niedermayer going nowhere
Canucks return to play: Hamhuis could be trade-deadline target
Bruins up against a deadline
As trade deadline approaches, Flyers man the phones
Trade deadline eyes on goalies
Kozlov requests trade from Thrasher
Thrashers sign Chelios
Lot of Huet trade rumors out there
Supply over demand
Tomas Vokoun: Keeping Options Open
Once more round the block
Moves clear way for deal
SNOW WANTS A BETTER DEAL FOR SUTTON
Panthers deal Leopold; more trades may be on way
Frequent Flyers: Source says Flyers near deal; Parent, Coburn to go?
Avalanche’s Svatos prepared in event of trade
Leafs not alone in seeking changes
Coyotes general manager Don Maloney: Team won’t give away talent
Zidlicky’s Wild future might hinge on a deal
Flames sign Stajan
Tambellini expects to wheel and deal before deadline
Trade deadline looms for Canes
Rangers hope banged-up Gaborik will play on
Penguins Notebook: Shero is not seeking an enforcer
Scoring Forward on Bruins Wish List as Trade Deadline Nears
Silly Season Begin
Selanne: Last Olympics for Finland, likely last NHL season
Jackets primed to resume seller role
Predators defenseman Dan Hamhuis hears the trade rumors
Worst part for Oilers is not knowing
Klesla might be finished for the season
Burke promises significant shakeup
By MIKE ZEISBERGER, Toronto Sun
With the help of some carefully placed scaffolds and ladders, workers were busy hanging blue-and-white Stanley Cup banners around the MasterCard Centre on Thursday, sprinkling some colourful flair and a touch of history to the Maple Leafs new practice facility.
Mark Zwolinski sports reporter
It seems the Maple Leafs’ roster changes almost every time they hit the ice, and the makeover may not be over yet.
Twenty Leafs returned to practice on Wednesday, their first workout since the NHL went on Olympic hiatus 10 days ago.