Category Archives: Trade Rumors

Kings need scoring left wing

You can start lining up the usual suspects for the positional need of left wing: Moulson, Calgary’s Mike Cammalleri and Tampa Bay’s Ryan Malone are names that have circulated around this team seemingly forever.

A more intriguing play would be with a team that has found success with former Kings Moulson and Thomas Hickey, the New York Islanders.

Rangers can’t find a taker for Del Zotto

Whether this was the intention or not, the fact of the matter is Michael Del Zotto has become the Rangers’ whipping boy.

For the eighth time this season and the seventh time in the previous 22 games, Del Zotto was made a healthy scratch for Tuesday’s 2-1 shootout win over the Panthers at the BB&T Center. The former wunderkind defenseman has spoiled under new coach Alain Vigneault, and his future with the franchise has never looked more unstable.

Michal Neuvirth wants out of Washington

It’s been a rollercoaster stint in Washington for Capitals goalie Michal Neuvirth.

Every time he gets an opportunity to seize the No. 1 job, something gets in the way.

Now, his agent is pleading for the Caps to trade his client.

Jake Gardiner or Nazem Kadri could land a respectable return

The best-case-scenario hope, of course, is that various developments will make Phaneuf and the rest of the core look better soon enough; that Morgan Rielly emerges as a home-grown bargain; that Peter Holland continues to produce as a trade-market steal; that trade bait like Jake Gardiner or Nazem Kadri could land a respectable fish; that Bolland returns from injury and re-signs for a reasonable number when he hits free agency this summer; that Jonathan Bernier’s goaltending can cover up enough the rest of the flaws through another money-drenched playoff run.

http://www.thestar.com/sports/leafs/2013/12/29/leafs_beat_hurricanes_amid_dion_phaneuf_contract_backlash_feschuk.html

Readers wondering who Red Wings might trade, acquire this season

Defenseman Kyle Quincey clearly is the top candidate to be traded. He’s an unrestricted free agent after this season and won’t be re-signed, so they might as well get an asset for him – or at least clear his $3.775 million cap hit as a prelude to a separate deal.

He hasn’t played well, which limits his value and his potential suitors. But rental defensemen are always in demand the latter half of the season and at the trade deadline.