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Tough times a-head for Marty Turco? NEWARK, N.J. – Before a flake of snow could ac*****ulate on the ground in Philadelphia on Tuesday night, the internet was brimming with a flurry of Flyers rumors.
Hawks looking at Ducks’ Wisniewski
Slumping Panthers might re-think trade deadline plans
Hear and there
Report says Meszaros on Hawks’ radar
Inside the NHL: Thrashers’ Waddell could be next one out the door
Cherry: Phaneuf ‘grew up’ after trade
More activity on the way – both before and after Olympics – after busy week, GMs say
The salary cap has squeezed the fun out of the NHL’s trade market in recent years, but a series of blockbuster trades this week had fans buzzing and two general managers say there will be more activity.
With Kovalchuk moved, Hurricanes lead league in trade deadline intrigue
JD acknowledges Blues’ interest in Ilya Kovalchuk before the trade
1. The Sharks could be fishing for a trade
2. Stars face some trade deadline decisions
3. Flyers talk contract extension with Ray Emery
4. Thrashers: Kovalchuk will be traded
5. Fired Hitch***** may return to Blue Jackets
6. Senators called about Kovalchuk
Kovalchuk trade talks heating up
Flames GM on hot seat
Another deal on the Flames’ horizon?
Ponikarovsky: The artful dodger
Atlanta Thrashers left wing Ilya Kovalchuck, this year’s top catch on the NHL’s trade market, may be on his way to Hollywood. Sources are rumbling that a deal is nearly complete that would send Atlanta’s franchise player to the Kings. There are currently no details on what the Thrashers would receive in return for one of the NHL’s top snipers.
TERRY KOSHAN – TorontoSun.com
Now that Brian Burke has started to clean house, who could be next to go from the Maple Leafs? Tomas Kaberle? Alexei Ponikarovsky? Lee Stempniak?
Kaberle said there was nothing new on his front, and would have to waive his no-trade clause.
The trade that last night seemed imminent, in which the Rangers would have received Olli Jokinen and Brandon Prust from the Flames in exchange for Ales Kotalik and Chris Higgins, remains on hold because Kotalik has yet to waive his limited no-trade clause that includes Calgary, a well-connected source has told The Post.