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With the clock ticking toward the March 9 trade deadline, dozens of names will surface as part of potential trades as teams jockey for playoff positioning. Here’s a look at some of those players and the probability they’ll actually change jerseys:
This weekend is going to be a huge weekend for hockey fans everywhere.There are few people who will not be watching to see what happens in this huge event……
According to www.hockeybuzz.com, the Owen Nolan sweepstakes are heating up. The often injured winger hasn’t played so far this season, however his presence could of be of huge help to some teams. Accordingly, the teams most interested in his services include San Jose, Ottawa and Montreal.
According to this website, Bob Clarke will browse the market for a possible trade if Captain Keith Primeau is not back in action by the Olympic break.
According to this website, Petr Nedved, who hasn’t scored a goal since Oct. 25th, is possibly on his way out from Phoenix. Comments made by the head coach, Wayne Gretzky, have only strengthened this rumor.
Roto-hockey owners take note! Your weekly review of next week’s transactions/reserves/activations should include more than the amount of games upcoming in the next week, or a perusal of the ‘who’s hot and who’s not’ list.
New York Rangers
5th Place in Eastern Conference
2nd Place in Atlantic
Boston Rumors has them given up on making the playoff’s this year and soon a fire sale on the horizon if it stay’s as bad as it’s been for Boston this season.
And for the Rangers According to TSN.ca in Detroit
Darius Kasparaitis didn’t play after mildly spraining his knee in warm up’s bumping with Dominic Moore and had to be helped off the ice.
Do I smell a legend coming back to NYC?
Roberto Luongo turned down the Panthers first offer of $30 Million 5 year contract.
TSN reports that Bob Gainey has pulled the trigger on Coach Claude Julien. Mr. Gainey will now coach the Canadiens on an interim basis. Guy Carbonneau will now serve as an associate coach.
I woke up this morning very disappointed. Not because the Bruins got embarassed at home again for the second straight night, but because Sullivan apparently still has his job. People can say what they want about him being a good coach or that it is the players fault…
Since New Years Eve, one word could describe the Phoenix Coyotes: Dismal. Four games, four losses and four spots away from the coveted 8th and final playoff spot. Only six goals for and a staggering 21 goals against.
A season proformance tonight in Buffalo changed all that.