SJ has permission to interview Randy Carlyle for coaching job
— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) April 24, 2015
It’s been three weeks since the NHL Trade Deadline sent the entire league into a state of delirium. Well, there has been a ton of hockey played following the deadline, which means now is a good time to check on the odds of some teams to win their division or the Stanley Cup following their wheeling and dealing over the trading table.
Some big names could move in NHL off-season
Well, another NHL trade deadline has come and gone and the focus switches back to the remainder of the season. While most of the major trades took place in the days leading up to the deadline, there was plenty of action in the final few hours of the window as teams looked to squeeze through those last-minute deals.
Three teams in particular came out of the trade deadline as winners, and the Anaheim Ducks, Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens will all be feeling pretty good with the business they have conducted before the end of the deadline.
— Brian Lawton (@brianlawton9) March 2, 2015
Not done but STL still working on deal for ARI D Zbynek Michalek. ZM currently injured (concussion) but conditional pick(s) could work.
— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) March 2, 2015
Mike Heika writes … Shawn Horcoff is a strong candidate to be moved, and teams might try to pick players like Fiddler or Patrick Eaves.
Whispers around the league have Detroit interested in Phaneuf, but fitting in with the Wings salary would be a challenge. It’s a rumour that won’t go away, however and it seems as though Nonis has the green light for a blockbuster
Maple Leafs trying ‘real hard’ to move Phaneuf
Those are picks that are just as valuable come June in other trade talks before draft for Flames
— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) March 1, 2015
Erik Condra and Eric Gryba attracting interest ahead of NHL trade deadline
Mats Zuccarello on the trading block
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FROM Tsn.ca The Calgary Flames have traded left wing Curtis Glencross to the Washington Capitals in exchange for second- and third-round picks in the 2015 NHL Draft.
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