Category Archives: Trade Rumors
The Columbus Dispatch is speculating that the Blue Jackets may be looking for help on the power play through a trade.
Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun indicates that he believes that the Blue Jackets are very interested in Senators defenseman Chris Phillips.
Boston.com is reporting that there is a rumor that the Hawks and Capitals may swing a trade that would see Nylander go to the windy city.
TheStar.com reports that upset forward Jason Blake is questioning his future with the Maple Leafs after having been a healthy scratch for a number of games so far this season.
Don Brennan of Sun Media reports that it is time for the Senators to wake up and speculates that the Senators have had possible discussions with the Black Hawks about sending Spezza to the Windy City.
The SunSentinel.com is reporting that the Florida Panthers are considering trading some of their veteran players who are not producing due to their poor start to the hockey season.
Mark Madden of the Beaver County Times is speculating that a major blockbuster would make sense for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Sundin possibly to Montreal, New York; Maple Leafs may target Bouwmeester or Weiss
If you’re like me, you’re probably starving for fresh new trade rumors. Well here are the latest I managed to dig up.
According to Nik Kypreos of Sportsnet (http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/2008/08/13/mccabe_trade_clause/), McCabe has rescinded his NMC to possibly move to the Panthers.
mikster’s note: I’ve commented around (HTR, Panthershockey.net, McKeen’sHockey Boards) that Bryan McCabe would be the ideal target for the Panthers and that the Panthers would be his ideal target as well. I know for a fact that he has good friendly connections here in South Florida, one a retired player and the other an active player. While I would like to share information with my fellow hockey fans on HTR.com, I am not a rumor monger and I respect information given to me.
If I were you, I’d expect to see McCabe come to Florida, but don’t cout on Jay Bouwmeester heading the other way. It may very well be either Van Ryn or Cory Murphy heading to Toronto in the deal, with Peltonen.
According to a Swedish Newspaper (article in Swedish as well) it appears that Mats Sundin may be heading to Vancouver after all.
Two hot rumors are making the rounds regarding very talented and highly sought after veterans. Apparently the Canucks have offered Sundin a two year contract worth a whopping 10 million per season and the Pittsburgh Penguins are in hot pursuit of veteran Jaromir Jagr.
The Pittsburgh Post Gazette is reporting that Marian Hossa is one of the big targets of the Penguins.
Lance Hornby of Sun Media provides a ton of free agent speculation in his morning article. One of the biggest tid bits that he discusses is the fact that the Leafs are likely to focus their attention on younger free agents in a bid to replace Mats Sundin who will be exploring options from many other teams.
Bruce Garrioch of Sun Media is reporting that Brian Campbell will be in Ottawa tomorrow at his agents office and there is a great deal of speculation that the Ottawa Senators will make a big time push to land the talented defenseman.
Boston.com is reporting a possible rumor that would see the Ducks and Bruins making a swap of highly paid veteran players.
The LA Daily News is reporting speculation regarding the LA Kings. It is believed that there is a 50-50 chance that the Kings may trade their 2nd overall pick. If the Kings do opt to draft a player the speculation is that they will use the pick to draft Doughty, a talented D-man from the OHL.
The Sun-Sentinel is reporting that the Panthers are expected to trade Olli Jokinen today at the NHL entry draft and it is speculated that a first round draft pick is key to any deal.
The San Jose Mercury News is reporting that this may be the time for the Sharks to trade Patrick Marleau.
Faceoff.com and the Edmonton Journal are downplaying any possible speculation that Jaromir Jagr will be on the move despite having an off season and the fact that he will most likely be a free agent this summer.
The Boston Herald is reporting that although Phil Kessel will not be on the move for a star player the Bruins may still be looking at making a deal possibly for Martin Havlat.