Category Archives: Trade Rumors
The Globe and Mail is reporting that Antropov is the likely player on the Leafs to be traded before the trade deadline and that Leaf fans can forget about a Kaberle to Ducks deal for Chris Pronger.
TSN’s Bob McKenzie believes that it is a good bet that the Ducks will trade Pronger at some point in the near future. If Pronger is not traded before March fourth it is likely that he will be traded in the summer.
The Edmonton Journal is reporting that the Oilers are in search of a winger for Ales Hemsky and some of the names that are mentioned include Tim Connoly, Martin St., Louis, Slava Kozlov and Milan Hejduk.
The Boston Herald is reporting that Peter Chiarelli is very likely to swing a deadline move to try to improve the Bruins.
Bruce Garrioch of the Toronto Sun breaks down the needs of all of the NHL teams and provides possibilities of who may be moved and for what before the rapidly approaching trade deadline.
With a recent rash of injuries, the Calgary Flames may be looking to get active over the next 9 days leading up to the trade deadline. However, GM Darryl Sutter is not a big believer in acquiring rental players, and without a lot of cap room in coming seasons, the Flames may be put into a tough spot heading into D-day. The Flames were likely just looking to tinker before injuries to W Rene Bourque (high ankle sprain, indefinite), C Daymond Langkow (bruised hand, day-to-day) and D Mark Giordano (upper body, day-to-day). Although only Bourque is expected to miss significant time, the Flames may look at more than just depth moves at this point. F Matthew Lombardi’s name keeps coming up, as it seems he has yet to reach his full potential, but has a relatively cheap price tag and has been playing his best hockey of the season in recent weeks. The Flames may look at moving him to bolster their lineup. Buffalo, Montreal, Carolina, Atlanta, NY Islanders & Columbus are a few teams rumoured to be interested. Aside from him, the Flames aren’t likely to part with a lot of players currently on their roster (at least ones with much value). Prospects F Mikael Backlund, F Greg Nemisz, D Matt Pelech, D John Negrin & G Leland Irving could always be used as bait however.
Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun is reporting on a ton of rumors this week with the main one being that the Montreal Canadiens are “mulling over a possible deal for Ryan Smyth.”
Tampa Bay.com is reporting that the Lightning and Canadiens have held talks about a deal to send Lecavailer to the Canadiens.
TSN/s Darren Dreger is listing 10 interesting players who he feels could be on the move before the trade deadline comes to a close.
RDS Hockey is reporting that Alexei Kovalev may be on his way back to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Globe and Mail is reporting on the latest rumors with the Canucks. It is reported that the Sedins and management are still far away on new deals, that eh Canucks are talking contract with Burrows and there are rumors that the Canucks may look to target several key free agents this offseason.
The New York Post is reporting that Devils GM Lou Lamoriello is looking to make a move to put the Devils “over the top.”
The Tennessean is reporting that Nashville Predators Defenseman Ville Koistinen is not happy with his present situation in Nashville and wants to be traded soon.
The Globe and Mail is reporting that the recent firing of Penguins Coach Michel Therrien may have “scuttled” a trade between the Leafs and the Pens.
The Daily Times is reporting that the Flyers could be set to try to move Daniel Briere this summer.
Canada.com is reporting that Mathieu Schneider is another free agent worry for the Montreal Canadiens.
The Boston Herald is reporting that the rumors continue to fly that the Bruins will swing a deal with the Oilers for Erik Cole.
Al Strachan of the Satellite Hot Stove (CBC) mentioned that the Colorado Avalanche may be looking to move Ryan Smyth. Th Denver Post also reports on the latest rumors with the Avlanche.
The Toronto Sun is reporting that the path is all clear for Tomas Kaberle to be traded. It is reported that he has agreed to waive his no trade clause and that it is likely that he will be traded before the March trade deadline.
Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun is reporting that the Penguins now want Sykora to stay in Pittsburgh because of his play with Malkin, that the Canadiens will make a pitch for Havlat should he become available and that the Flyers are interested in the Senators Anton Volchenkov.