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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.
This year could be the most interesting of any Trade Deadline of past years, mainly because of the new Salary Cap regulations. Plenty of players will be available for teams pickings mainly because of their salary or their lack of performance.
I`m sure everybody saw the firing of, head coach, Steve Stirling coming and many even predicted it would happen sometimes this week…
La Presse is reporting in an article today that Bob Gainey is very close to a trade. Unlike other rumours, however, the Montreal newspaper believes that the Canadiens are in talks with the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Top Ten Forward’s(THIS POST)
The Top Ten D-Men(NEXT POST)
The Top Five Goaltender’s(3rd POST)
This Post Will Go Through The Three Best At The Forward Positions:
3 Right Wingers
3 Left Winger
And Then The Best Overall Player By Week:
(sources:research through player rankings:TSN,CBS Sports,ESPN, average along with current play)
According to TSN.CA, Mike Milbury will be stepping down as GM of the New York Islanders:
“Owner Charles Wang announced at a new conference Thursday that Milbury would step down as GM once a replacement for him was found.
Chicago and Ottawa have reportedly (Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun) been in talks……
12th Place in Western Confrence
5th in Pacific Division
According to several sources, NYIslanders’ coach Steve Stirling has just been fired.
With the new speedy NHL and the one year break some players have been able to recuperate into the stars they once were while others have seized the opprutinity and stunned the rest of the hockey nation. Here’s my top ten……..
According to Montreal’s sports channel RDS, a trade could be done within the next few hours between Montreal and Colorado. Usually, they don’t report rumors on their site but this time they put it and took it off right away… However no names were mentionned.
TEAM: Pittsburgh Penguins
Place in Conference: 15th
The Montreal Canadiens are pretty much where everybody thought they would be after 40 games, however, the path they followed to get there took a lot of fans by surprise.
29-09-03 – Ottawa Senators
27-13-02 – Buffalo Sabres
24-15-03 – Toronto Maple Leafs
19-15-06 – Montreal Canadiens
16-20-06 – Boston Bruins
Currently ranked 10th in the Eastern Conference, 1 point away from the 8th spot, with 3 games in hands on Tampa Bay (8th) and New Jersey (9th).