Category Archives: Trade Rumors

Simon Gagne moving to the Los Angeles Kings?

Just a quick update here, with the Kings now appearing to be falling out of the Kovalchuk sweepstakes it appears they are now making a play for the Flyers Simon Gagne.

Gagne’s agent has reported to ESPN that he has been given permission to talk trade regarding his client with the Kings. His $5.25 million cap hit would most definitely be more friendly to the Kings future cap situation with players like Drew Doughty coming up for contract negotiations in the next couple years.

Blue Jackets Rumors

Blue Jackets GM Scott Howson is hoping to add a puck-moving defenseman via trade, but he’s not desperate to do so. Howson reiterated today that he’s not burning up phone lines or begging his fellow GMs for help.

“We’d like to make an upgrade, sure,” Howson said. “But if we don’t get a deal done, I’m fine taking this group of defensemen into the start of the season with us. We think it’s a good group; a group that can win games for you.”

Tons of Rumors as Free Agent Season Nears

1. Peter Chiarelli, Bruins press on with Tyler Seguin, Nathan Horton

2. MCKENZIE: EVERYTHING GOING ON AS JULY 1 NEARS

3. Plenty of NHL teams will be looking to hop aboard the A-Train when free agency begins Thursday.

4. Gillis must bolster blue line beyond Ballard acquisition

5. Players that the Canucks May target

Writing's on the wall for Kaberle

As much as Burke loves Kaberle, and Kaberle loves the Leafs, all signs point to a trade

For public consumption anyway, it has been well over a year of mutual admiration and asserting that there is no need for the relationship to end.

Maple Leafs defenceman Tomas Kaberle has professed his love for all things Toronto — save the losing.

Maple Leafs general manager Brian Burke has professed his love for all things Kaberle — save the fact that trading him might bring some desperate scoring help.

Leafs after Ribero and Savard, Flyers after Turco, Ottawa wants a d-man

Cox: Marc Savard talk risky business for Leafs

D-man could top Sens’ wish list

Leafs interested in Ribero ?

Flyers after Turco ?

Trade Rumors and Free Agent News – June 28, 2010

1. Blockbuster trade buzzkill

2. Cox: Marc Savard talk risky business for Leafs

3. Nabokov, Flyers talking, but….

4. Jackets to seek center via free agency

5. Dater: Avalanche comes into free agency with money to burn

Burke ready to deal and has Savard in his sights

His seven prospects locked up in his suitcase as he returned to Toronto, Leafs GM Brian Burke set his mind on what will be a busy few days leading up to Thursday’s free agent frenzy.

First up is Marc Savard. The Bruins are said to be ready to ship their playmaking centre. The Leafs are in the mix, and the price tag is much cheaper than Thomas Kaberle.

This opportunity is an unintended consequence of the Phil Kessel trade.

Marc Savard to the Leafs??? and other Rumors

Report: Savard willing to become Maple Leaf or Senator

More Marc Savard News

Leafs Have interest in Savard

Rumors from the Toronto Sun

Thomas Kaberle Rumors + News


Tomas Kaberle trade talk cools

Kaberle still a Leaf … for now

Trade of Marc Savard may be Bruin

The names Tyler Seguin and Marc Savard may be inexorably linked now, and maybe not as fellow centermen on the Bruins.

As soon as Edmonton Oilers general manager Steve Tambellini announced his team’s selection of winger Taylor Hall last night at the Staples Center, it ended any suspense about which player the Bruins would get with the No. 2 overall pick.

The Dust Settles, Tallon Not Ready to Rest … Panthers Have Nine Lives/Picks

Don’t look now, but Dale Tallon looks refreshed and ready to take on the second day of the NHL Draft.

The Panthers new general manager has much to play with as he goes into Saturday’s second round.

And he says he’s ready to do something with those assets.

“We’re open to any suggestions,” Tallon said. “We’re not going to sit still. We’re going to have some fun, experiment and take some risks. We’re going to see what happens.”

Tallon traded Nathan Horton to Boston on Tuesday, getting back defenseman Dennis Wideman and the 15th overall pick in return.

Talk of Ribeiro trades

In talking to people today, the Stars are indeed trying to move Mike Ribeiro.

They believe that if the Stars want to improve the team, they need to open up space in the budget (Ribeiro makes $5 million a year for the next three years) to acquire a defenseman, and they believe the Stars have replacements at center with Jamie Benn and Tom Wandell.

More Rumors – Another update.

Isles dangling 5th overall pick

Rangers could trade up or down in draft

Team drafting plan to deal Marc Savard, Tim Thomas

Volchenkov and Ottawa close to deal?