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With the All-Star game not too far ahead, there will be plenty of offensive excitement and goal scoring to look forward to. The most exciting players in the world will meet in Montreal this weekend to face off and prove themselves as the most dominant, exciting players in the NHL. In honour of the All-Star week I would like to present the 5 most exciting teams (and 5 least exciting teams) in the NHL leading up to the break.
NJ.com is speculating that the Devils most likely have their sites set on a defenseman prior to the trade deadline.
The Toronto Sun is reporting that Mark Bell believes that his days with the Leafs organization are numbered.
It is about 5 months until the long awaited 2009 Entry Draft. Here is a little mock draft I cooked up about which team will be getting which player, what I know about the player, and justification for the team that gets him.
The Los Angeles Kings are well on their way again to missing the playoffs for the 6th straight season.
While that likely means the team will be sellers at the upcoming trade deadline, the Kings this time seem poised to try something drastic to somehow expediate the development of the team.
The following are projected to be UFAs: Derek Armstrong, Kyle Calder, Denis Gauthier, Sean O’Donnell, Erik Ersberg.
According to nhlnumbers.com their cap number is $45 million.
The team wouldn’t mind as well moving Michal Handzus or Tom Preissing.