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The TSN Hockey Insiders provide more details about Brent Burns’ big eight-year deal with the Sharks, discuss whether Marc-Andre Fleury will be on the move before March 1, the Sabres seeking a blueliner for Evander Kane, and the Leafs searching the trade market for a shutdown defenceman.
The world of sports is tied to that of video games in many ways, but most video games based on sports are either simulators or “manager”-style games, which require quite a lot of dedication. But there are other hockey-based video games that have often little in common with the sport except for the looks, that are much more playful and casually entertaining. Among them, Break Away, a hockey-inspired slot machine that you can try today at the Royal Vegas Online Casino.
Sweeney said he would consider keeping Eriksson without a contract extension
— steve conroy (@conroyherald) February 28, 2016
@DarrenDreger goes without saying Dregs. I'd expect LA, Anaheim, St Louis etc will be looking to make splash after CHI jumped to get Ladd
— Joe Haggerty (@HackswithHaggs) February 26, 2016
TOR not commenting on decision to put Jared Cowen on waivers, so we're left to let our imaginations run wild as to Leaf motivation…
— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) February 26, 2016
Andrew Ladd is returning to the Chicago Blackhawks. The Winnipeg Jets have traded their captain to the team he won a Stanley Cup with in 2010 along with Jay Harrison and Matt Fraser for Marko Dano, a 2016 first-round pick and a conditional pick in 2018.
Sorry I don’t post rumors today. I was out of town and got a flat on the lonely highway.
With the NHL’s trade deadline approaching, check out TSN Hockey’s Top 10 players most likely to be dealt by 3pm et on Monday, Feb. 29.
The more hockey people I talk to about Drouin, the more I hear they are turned off by his holdout
— Adrian Dater (@adater) February 5, 2016
Scouts from Toronto and Montreal at Avs-Hawks game
— Adrian Dater (@adater) February 3, 2016
Winnipeg Jets: All eyes are on captain Andrew Ladd and blueliner Dustin Byfuglien. “I don’t believe they’ll both be there after the deadline,” a league executive said Friday. The talk is the Jets tabled a six-year, $6 million deal to Ladd before the season, and that somehow the deal will get done.
New York Islanders: The sense is there won’t be any deal involving defenceman Travis Hamonic, who asked for a trade a personal reasons, until the NHL entry draft in June. A league executive said: “Garth Snow isn’t going to make this deal unless he gets good value in return.”
Mats Zuccarello on the trading block
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