Category Archives: Trade Rumors

Insider Trading: Who is creating buzz on the trade front?

Tyler Ennis (BUF), Roman Polak (TOR), Jonathan Drouin (TB) and Justin Schultz (EDM), Loui Eriksson (BOS), Kevin Shattenkirk (STL), Radim Vrbata (VAN)
http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/video/insider-trading-who-is-creating-buzz-on-the-trade-front~786729

Rangers could look to move Yandle

If Alain Vigneault’s season-long strategic use of Keith Yandle is any indication, and you would think it would be, the Rangers cannot seriously be invested in attempting to keep the puck-moving impending free agent off the market.

http://nypost.com/2016/01/13/keith-yandles-future-and-three-other-pressing-rangers-issues/

Among the pursuers for Jonathan Drouin is Anaheim

Among the pursuers for Jonathan Drouin, one source warned Monday Anaheim hasn’t got enough mention. It’s a logical bet, because no one needs offensive help more than the Ducks.

http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/30-thoughts-ducks-a-logical-fit-for-lightnings-drouin/

Five NHL teams that need to make a move before trade deadline

1. Montreal Canadiens: The Habs are 4-13-0 since Dec. 3, and their struggles can’t be blamed on the absence of goalie Carey Price.

2. Tampa Bay Lightning: Lightning winger Jonathan Drouin wants to be traded, and GM Steve Yzerman will be looking to give his team a boost.

3. St. Louis Blues: The loss of Jaden Schwartz to injury showed the Blues that they could use another scorer. They are among many teams interested in Drouin.

4. New York Rangers: The most logical player for the Rangers to trade is defenseman Keith Yandle and yet he seems like a player they shouldn’t move.

5. Anaheim Ducks: Haven’t we been waiting most of the season for the Ducks to make a major move?

http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nhl/2016/01/10/nhl-trading-season-canadiens-rangers-lightning-blues-ducks/78595394/

Updates on Higgins

Will the Hurricanes trade Eris Staal?

The uncertainty, Eric Staal admits, has weighed upon him more than he has let on at times. It isn’t just about playing out the final year of his contract without knowing what comes next. As a player, he can deal with that. As a husband and father and brother, it gets a little tougher.

Ducks may look outside current roster for scoring help

Tampa Bay is seeking a right-shot defenseman. The presence of rising prospect Brandon Montour could make Sami Vatanen expendable, especially when left-shooting Shea Theodore has looked the part of an NHL regular while Cam Fowler recovers from a knee injury.

The Ducks want to re-sign Vatanen, their top offensive threat from the blue line. But a deal obviously hasn’t gotten done. Vatanen, 24, might reach 35-plus points for the second straight season and could at the very least triple the $1,275,000 he’s making this season.

Could Drouin be headed to Minnesota ?

Teams contacting Vancouver about Higgins

At least two NHL teams have called the Maple Leafs to inquire about defenceman Roman Polak

At least two NHL teams have called the Maple Leafs to inquire about defenceman Roman Polak and found the asking price way too high. With less than two months to the trade deadline, NHL voices say GM Lou Lamoriello has priced his players very high at this point in time. Expect that price to come down closer to the end of February. Polak is the perfect kind of playoff addition contending teams are looking for

http://www.torontosun.com/2016/01/09/simmons-says-storen-gives-jays-gibbons-plenty-of-options

All eyes still on Stamkos … Lightning shopping Drouin

Really, the guy to watch in the next two months in Tampa Bay Lightning centre Steven Stamkos. There has been no update in contract talks between the two sides and there’s been a news blackout on any discussions. The belief in many circles is if Stamkos hasn’t signed by now then he’s not going to but that doesn’t mean he’ll be traded.

http://www.ottawasun.com/2016/01/09/will-recent-moves-heat-up-the-trade-market–predators-werent-the-only-team-interested-in-johansen–all-eyes-still-on-stamkos–lightning-shopping-drouin

Pens would like to make some moves

Keep an eye on the Pittsburgh Penguins. Although shackled to some degree by the salary cap, Pens’ general manager Jim Rutherford is believed to be putting together his shopping list for the days leading up to the Feb. 29, trade deadline. If he can make it work, Rutherford would like to add a top-four defenceman and a depth forward.

http://www.tsn.ca/dreger-report-expansion-on-the-agenda-at-special-meeting-1.419995

Robby Fabbri for Jonathan Drouin is a possibility.


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