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Toronto rivaling the entire NHL
NHL: Watch Out For 2004
On the radar screen: the San Jose Sharks, Dave Babych, fleecing Brian Burke, Michael Peca, Dave Andreychuck, the Ottawa Senators and a lot more.
Ottawa supposedly has been interested in gritty winger Matthew Barnaby of the NY Rangers…..
Muckler likes what he sees in Barnaby, who could be packaged away with Klouck and Dvorak….
While Sather has his eye on what he believes is his LW 1st Line Tough guy…..Magnus Arvedson, and Jarko Ruutu. But Sather hasn’t forgotten the D needs help and is also trying to land defensive-men Karel Rachunek from Ottawa.
St. luis blues winger will be out for 4 weeks to six weeks with a broken left foot. Blues genarl manager Lary Pleau said Thachuk was injured in the third period of Wednesday night 7-0 victory over Nashvill. When a puck hit his foot. He limped off the ice but returned for a few shifts. After the game, Thachuk’s wife gave birth to the couples third child, a girl. That delayed an MRI for Tkachuk until thursday when a fracture was discovered. Tkachuk had a team-high 38 goals last season and finished with 75 points
Got it from http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl
No matter what die hard Leaf fans may say the Leafs do not have an established 2nd line center.
It’s not what Byron Dafoe had in mind on July 1 when unrestricted free agency beckoned but the Atlanta Thrashers could end up being his salvation.
The Washington Capitals have traded forwards Chris Simon and unsigned restricted free agent Andrei Nikolishin to the Chicago Blackhawks.
SLAM Sports! is reporting that the Vancouver Cannucks dealt Harold Druken and Jan Hlavac to the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for D Marek Malik and tough-guy Darren Langdon today.
OK, I know that it’s early in the season, but does anybody know who are going to be the unrestricted free agents this summer?
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As mentioned by TFP, the Leafs are attempting to Bloster their defense and the Star suggests they can do so with the likes of Kyle McLaren.
Los Angeles Kings centre Jason Allison has a torn MCL and may have a torn ACL. He is out for the rest of the season, thus really hurting the Kings chance for the playoffs.
The Leafs have played there first 10 games of the 2002-2003 season, and should ask to have those games back. All but 1 or 2 games did the Leafs show what they could do. while all other games played like a bunch of unorganized Pee-Wee players. I think that I have kind of figured out what some of the problems are, and how they could rectify them. There really is no quick fix to solve there woes but if you have watched all there games like I have, you will notice that there are some really big problems screaming at you when you watch.
OK, here we are 7-10 games into the season. So let’s evaluate our current playoff picture.
This summer was full of big trades and huge free agent signings. This seems to be a reocurring theme in the NHL, come summertime, 25-30 players swap jerseys. The question is, which moves appear to be working out best and for who?