Category Archives: Trade Rumors
This is interesting, from a reporter very close to Canucks: https://t.co/KGHohQSomG
— Mark Spector (@SportsnetSpec) February 29, 2016
Will potential buyers wait to see if Parenteau is on the ice at the Air Canada Centre for Monday’s morning skate, some four and a half hours before the NHL trade deadline, before making their serious offers?
Or was the buying market for the Leafs winger softer than the team’s general manager might have thought?
“2016 NHL trade deadline: 25 players who could be moved Monday”
Hearing a name I thought I would have heard a lot more often past few days but have not…. until today. Jordan Eberle this is interesting!
— Brian Lawton (@brianlawton9) February 28, 2016
FWIW, I’ve heard of a few teams calling Montreal on Galchenyuk… not convinced he’s available, but Habs listening on different guys…
— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) February 29, 2016
Told Yakupov would welcome change of scenery. Montreal and Winnipeg among teams in mix for him. https://t.co/BoXZwKydYf
— David Pagnotta (@TheFourthPeriod) February 29, 2016
I don't think the Habs are done trading. Have more confidence in Bergevin too after tonight, indirectly hearing his thoughts on the season.
— BrianWilde (@BWildeCTV) February 28, 2016
Fletcher has said he isn’t too fond of the rental market, so perhaps he’s looking to make an actual “hockey trade.” Some believe he has talked to Edmonton about forwards Nail Yakupov or injured Ryan Nugent-Hopkins. In January, he showed interest in Tampa Bay’s Jonathan Drouin.
Has Joffrey Lupul played his last game for the Maple Leafs?
Another player to keep an eye on is Tampa Bay Lightning prospect Jonathan Drouin. He’s at his home near Montreal waiting for a trade and talks have intensified in the last 24 hours. Bolts GM Steve Yzerman has been steadfast in demanding immediate help for Tampa Bay, along with a prospect or two in a deal, if Drouin is to be traded. The Senators, Rangers, Blues, Sharks and Jets are among those that have done more than kick tires on Drouin … This will be Don Sweeney’s first deadline in the GM’s chair of the Boston Bruins and he is facing a huge dilemma with winger Loui Eriksson.
As the clock ticks steadily toward Monday’s NHL trade deadline, general manager Jim Rutherford makes no bones about what’s at the top of his shopping list.
He wants a defenseman.
With Ben Lovejoy out long term with an upper-body injury, the Penguins are down to six players with meaningful NHL experience on the blue line. That almost certainly will change before the deadline.
Top non rental players to consider in trade Harmonic, Hanzal, Marcus Johansson, Kadri, RNH, Drouin, F. Anderson, Eberle, Jannik Hansen……
— Brian Lawton (@brianlawton9) February 27, 2016
Here are seven non-rental players who could be on the move before the bell rings on Monday: