I'd be surprised if Wash or Van isn't interested in Rutherford's experience. He may want a break. McPhee makes sense in Van and Cgy.
— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) April 26, 2014
Michael Traikos of the National Post reports that Toronto Maple Leafs’ Nikolai Kulemin and Washington Capitals’ Mikhail Grabovski could be a package deal in free agency.
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Craig Custance ofESPN.com speculates on the question, Is Callahan part of the Lightning’s future?
Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe reports that Jonas Hiller and the Ducks could part ways this offseason.
Brian McNally of the The Washington Times reports that Mike Green may be reaching a ‘game over’ situation.
Canucks’ Ryan Kesler declares ‘hopefully I can stay’
Chip Alexander reports that Canes’ Eric Staal, Cam Ward not immune from trading block
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Ovechkin indicates that it is not the coaching, You have to put it on players. It doesn’t matter what system you’re going to play.
Kristen Odland of the CAlgary Sun reports that Pending unrestricted free agent Cammalleri would like to speak with Flames, unsure if he’ll test market.
— Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) April 11, 2014
— Hockey Central (@SNHockeyCentral) April 11, 2014
With just over a week of the NHL 2014 regular season remaining, the race to make the play-offs is set to go down to the wire in the Eastern and Western Conferences. Although ten teams have already clinched their place in the Play-Offs, several others stand a realistic chance of joining them to retain the dream of lifting the infamous Stanley Cup trophy. Many may look back to the business conducted before the trade deadline of March 5th and reflect on whether their acquisitions have provided the required impact, or had a detrimental effect on their chances of making the Play-Offs or winning their respective division. The latter may be felt by the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers, with both teams eliminated from Play-Off contention in what can only be considered as hugely disappointing seasons for both teams. Trading can make all the difference between success and failure, with sportsinteraction.com allowing NHL fans to predict who will make a name for themselves with their new team and fire them into the Play-Offs.
Leafs to hire Brendan Shanahan as president http://t.co/TvEpkqIPBq
— Globe_Sports (@Globe_Sports) April 10, 2014
It’s not always easy retiring from pro sports. For every 33-year old millionaire with a mansion, a yacht, a TV contract and his whole life ahead of him, there are 10 washed-up, broke alcoholics with chronic knee pain and no way of easing back into the working life that normal folks experience every day. Greg Mueller’s story is one of the positive ones.
Globe & Mail reports changes could be coming to the #Leafs this summer & reiterates coach Randy Carlyle & management are on the hotseat
— Hockey Tracker (@Hockey_tracker) April 10, 2014
James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail is reporting that Big changes are afoot after Maple Leafs miss playoffs.
— Nick Kypreos (@RealKyper) April 9, 2014
— lionelwild (@lionelwild) April 8, 2014
Mike Gillis fired as president and GM of Vancouver Canucks – http://t.co/4LiHnyYde9
— Global BC (@GlobalBC) April 8, 2014
Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun speculates on what the next move with be with Evander Kane as he was a healthy scratch the other night.