The Chicago Blackhawks, sitting near the bottom of the NHL cellar, have traded forward Alexei Zhamnov AND a 4th to the Flyers in exchange for Jim Vandermeer and a Grade C level prospect Colin Fraser, projected nothing more as a checking forward, and a 2nd round pick.
Yes, GM Pulford is worse than former GM Mike Smith at this very point.
Ottawa getting Bondra…..is McPhee really smoking weed?
Trade Rumors….brought to you by Spector, and is Arturs Irbe about to become a Ranger?
Some HockeyTradeRumors.com talk for all you members. It concerns the service of the site for you, so we really hope to get your feedback. (very important)
My take on why the NHL is being so tough on its players.
hairdesign tells what Nik Kepryos said on TV regarding Pronger…..maybe wearing a Leafs jersey?
Definitely the best die hard hockey game of the year, it MUST BE.
With both Canada and USA roster forecasts up, I’ve decided to do one on Team Finland. There probably aren’t that many Finns here but I believe this gives everyone another point of view on the World Cup competition. All players are listed in no particular order. I am using the correct roster sizes of 3 goalies and 23 skaters, with 2 goalies and 18 skaters dressed for each game, as announced by the World Cup of Hockey 2004 Organizing Committee.
With the Senators bolstering their lineup yesterday, acquiring proven sniper Peter Bondra, and the Flyers, who’ve stocked up, but lost Roenick for the season, and the Bruins coming on as the NHL’s hottest team of 2004, the Maple Leafs are still holding a spot at the top of the East, however, if they don’t make a few changes soon, they could find themselves on the outside looking in quicker than most think.
Okay, I was going to submit the next article in the CBA series, but I gotta say this –
Hey, Vancouver – “Buck up, ya Mary! Grow a spine and a sack!”
Detroit had a better case for boo-hooing when Foote smashed Stevie Y in the mouth, and it’s really sad when Wings fans have more class than you do….
Over the past few weeks, a few names more then others have been mentioned in trades. We have all heard the Gonchar, or Wesley, Boughner even Smith and Brewer. But one name has recently come up and even if just a rumour would be the biggest name around. Chris Pronger.
According to RDS.ca, Montreal Canadiens captains Saku Koivu and Mike Ribeiro got into an intense fight at the morning skate at the Bell center. The two of them shared a rivalry since the beginning of the season for the top center spot. That rivalry turned sour this morning.
Well after a few people saying how they loved Weekly BJ’s, I’ve decided to write a monthly version of the Columbus Blue Jackets. Come trade deadline, GM Doug MacLean might be busy unloading the couple of names he has.
The Ottawa Senators have aquired RW Peter Bondra from the Washington Capitals in exchange for center Brooks Laich and a second-round selection in the 2005 Entry Draft.
The Carolina Hurricanes announced that they recalled veteran goaltender Arturs Irbe from the minors.
According to Jim Rutherford, team GM, he is expected to play within a week from now.
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OK in the spirit of the article about the Canadian team’s projected roster I have prepared what I think will be the US roster that will defend our World Cup Title. 20 Skaters and 3 goalies.
Talk about Deja Vu. I saw this story on TSN.ca and it immediately struck me as something that was very wrong with the NHL that could be easily fixed. I picked out some quotes from both parties and will offer my opinion at the end.
TSN. ca reprts the following
Shayne Corson is a Star pending the results of a physical to be taken today.
The Stars also traded Steve Gainey to the Flyers for Mike Siklenka (both AHLers)
To start off the rumors about who will be on the Team Canada, let me tell you a few needed facts. Each team needs to have 23 players (20 skaters, and 3 goalies), and each team must also have atleast 3 players under 22 on their roster. I’m guessing there will be 12 forwards, and 7 defensemen.
The Buffalo Sabres are in 9th place in the Eastern Conference. After a most impressive 7-2 victory against Atlanta, the Sabres have 60 points, while the 8th place New York Islanders have 64.
During the Predators broadcast:
Nashville has officially aquired Steve Sullivan from the Chicago Blackhawks for 2 future Second round draft picks.
Lance hornby of Sun Media reports After predictions he would be back in a few weeks, Jeremy Roenick is now considering retirement.
At the end of HNIC on Saturday night, Ron McLean suggested Gainey may be going after one of:
This rumor has been posted on Spector’s and was apparently suggested by Bob Mackenzie during an interview on a Washington radio station.
The deal that has been suggested by Mackenzie is Lang, Gonchar and Whitfield to the Leafs for prospects Pierre Hedin, Kyle Wellwood, along with Nik Antropov and Tomas Kaberle.