Category Archives: Trade Rumors

Will the Hawks more Keith?

Countdown to TradeCentre: Will the ‘Hawks ask Keith to waive his no-movement clause?

The Blackhawks’ current situation leans towards being a seller at the trade deadline and veteran defenceman Duncan Keith could be a player contending teams would be interested in.

https://www.tsn.ca/countdown-to-tradecentre-will-the-hawks-ask-keith-to-waive-his-no-movement-clause-1.1251087

Both the Jets and Preds are shopping hard

With the trade deadline looming and the Predators and Jets tied atop the Central Division, both will be searching for reinforcements for a deep playoff run. Will David Poile’s and Kevin Cheveldayoff’s interests intersect, leading to a bidding war? The Panel explores a potentially busy deadline around the league.

https://www.tsn.ca/nhl/video/predators-jets-locked-in-race-for-rentals%7E1596469

Kevin Hayes to the Avalanche? Possible trade scenarios for the Rangers

The firesale is going to start soon. With the Rangers clearly out of the playoff hunt and the team getting calls about the Kevin Hayes, Mats Zuccarello and others you can be sure the rumor mill will be churning up until the trade deadline. Sooner rather than later some fan favorites will be leaving Broadway for others places. While Zuccarello has been linked to the Edmonton Oilers, Hayes has been heavily rumored to be linked to the Colorado Avalanche.

https://foreverblueshirts.com/kevin-hayes-to-the-avalanche-possible-trade-scenarios-for-the-rangers/

NHL Rumors: Pittsburgh Penguins – Several Players Could Be on The Trade Market

Pittsburgh Penguins are always known as one of the best teams among the other National Hockey team nationwide. There are several factors for their success and many winning tournaments, of them one of the salient point is due to the good management team they have from day one.

That is, Pittsburgh Penguins most famous and talented general manager is Jim Rutherford who has a sound knowledge of every player in his team and trade off them in the neck of time as and when required. He always keeps the players on toe by encouraging them and giving them the proper opportunity at the right time. If you are into online betting and have already tried out the vegas promo code, we are sure you would want to know more about these rumours. Some of them might actually be correct, after all.

The Biggest NHL Trade Rumors You Can Hear Today

lot of things are happening around the National Hockey League trading. Let us see some of the latest gossips that are trending on the internet for a while. Always there will be rumors going around the pay scale of the hockey players especially when it comes to the top defensemen in the team.

In general, like the goal keeper for the soccer game, the top defensemen are always on demand for a good hockey team who plays a vital and increases the winning probability to a great level.  If you are into betting with Comeon voucher code 2019, we are sure you already know about it all.

Possible Trade Destinations for Kevin Hayes

It’s no secret that Kevin Hayes has been playing really well lately, accumulating 16 points in his last 10 games. While it’s unknown how serious the Rangers are in trying to trade the 26 year old center, it’s a strong possibility that he gets dealt at this year’s deadline.

A team acquiring Hayes this season would most likely be to a playoff contender, as his current deal expires at the end of the year. Hayes has done is best work as a center, so with the high price to acquire him, the team trading for him would likely want to keep him down the middle — therefore they’d likely need to have an open top-six center spot.

Cap space should not be much of a factor if the team were only trading for Hayes as a rental, but a team’s long-term cap situation plays a role if they are serious about re-signing him. Coming off a one-year deal and set to become an unrestricted free agent, Hayes won’t come cheap next season so a team pressed up against the cap would have trouble fitting him in.

https://www.blueshirtbanter.com/2019/1/2/18163169/possible-trade-destinations-for-kevin-hayes

Players likely to move before the end of the winter transfer window in the NHL

The transfer window in the NHL is still open for another few weeks and as usual, fans are looking forward to epic trade deals. Last minute deals as has become the norm are always epic and at times surprising. This is a great time for fans not just because their teams are strengthening for the upcoming season but because it’s a good time to make some profits betting on the potential destinations of NHL superstars.

Let us look at some of the players likely to be traded before the end of the transfer window.

Could Landeskog be traded to the Bruins?

CSNNE.com’s Joe Haggerty believes Landeskog would make an “intriguing power forward winger-type possibility” for the Boston Bruins. He speculates Sakic’s asking price would include rookie defenseman (and Colorado Springs, Col., native) Brandon Carlo, which could be a deal breaker for the Bruins.

Dreger thinks Sakic is more inclined to move Duchene than Landeskog. For the right offer of prospects or draft picks, he doesn’t rule out the possibility of the 25-year-old center being dealt by the March 1 trade deadline.

http://www.msn.com/en-ca/sports/news/rumor-roundup-floundering-avalanche-looking-at-trade-options/ar-BBxTAa7?li=AA54y7&ocid=spartandhp

Could the Leafs swing a deal for Dougie Hamilton

The rumor is still Kadri for Hamilton, however, one source tells me the Leafs will pitch for Hamilton even if Kadri isn’t involved.

http://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog.php?post_id=81582

Jets looking for goalie help?

Citing the Jets’ history of shaky goaltending. Matheson thinks their best bet is to pursue a reliable veteran with some term remaining on his contract before next June’s expansion draft. Hellebuyck could then go into a backup role.  He suggests Jimmy Howard of the Detroit Red Wings, Ben Bishop of the Tampa Bay Lightning and Marc-Andre Fleury of the Pittsburgh Penguins as possible trade options.

http://www.msn.com/en-ca/sports/news/rumor-roundup-maple-leafs

Rumors of a potential van Riemsdyk trade

Treliving responds to Hamilton, Maple Leafs trade rumours

*And no, the Flames aren’t shopping Dougie Hamilton.

Rumours, of course, started to swirl when Treliving was spotted at the Leafs game in Toronto against the Washington Capitals on Saturday.

Given Hamilton’s relationship to the Toronto area (he played junior in Niagara and grew up in Toronto) coupled with his rocky start to the 2016-17 season, the Maple Leafs’ rumoured interest in the top-four blueliner, and the fact the Flames were set to square off with the Leafs on Wednesday, the dots started connecting.

http://calgaryherald.com/sports/hockey/nhl/calgary-flames/treliving-responds-to-hamilton-maple-leafs-trade-rumours

Canucks looking for scoring

Nick Kypreos suggested that, despite Vancouver’s placement near the bottom of the NHL standings, they’re not giving up on the season and are in fact looking to acquire more scoring.

“It doesn’t appear Jim Benning and the Vancouver Canucks are ready to mail it in any time soon, they’re looking for scoring,” Kypreos said. “A lot of teams are looking for scoring. Of course, you’re going to have to move something substantial. Teams are calling for Chris Tanev right now, but Vancouver is saying he’s not available. You can pick as many as you want on defence here, but that’s one player we’re not prepared to go down that route with just yet.”

http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/canucks-want-sign-horvat-long-term-looking-add-scoring/


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