RDS reports that the Montreal Canadiens have acquired Olivier Latendresse from the Phoenix Coyotes which is Guillaume’s brother.
First reports are that Lidstrom has suffered a knee sprain when hit by Colorado forward Ian Laperriere into the boards. Anyone that saw this hit saw that Lidstrom looked to have more then a knee sprain as he looked groggy trying to skate back to the bench but word is that he was tested for a cuncussion which he passed showing no signs of a head injury.
According to RDS.ca, Phoenix has traded Oliver Latendresse to the Montreal Canadiens. He will be joining his younger brother Guillaume in the Canadiens organization. No talk yet of who the Yolks get back in return.
TSN.ca is reporting that C Peter Forsberg will not be returning for the 07/08 season.
Forsberg’s agent Don Baizley has begun advising NHL teams that Forsberg doesn’t have enough confidence in his wonky foot to commit to a return to the league this season.
More to follow.
15 teams interested in all-star D, plus other Leaf players shopped around
The latest hot rumor arising from the GM meetings has the Philadelphia Flyers interested in acquiring Toronto Maple Leafs all-star defenseman Tomas Kaberle.
Sad news came to Windsor this morning, as Windsor Spifire Captain Mickey Renaud has passed away.
Apparently the New Jersey Devils were a trade away from bringing back an old face from their glory days, Bobby Holik. The trade was set to happen, going to the Devils would be Bobby Holik, and to the Thrashers, John Madden, but the deal fell through due to Don Waddell believing Atlanta had a good shot with Holik in the mix.
The Montreal Canadiens are reportedly on the verge of pulling off a deal for either Martin Havlat of the Chicago Blackhawks or Marian Hossa of the Atlanta Thrashers respectively.
With the trade deadline quickly approaching rumors are at a season high. But with Dave Nonis already stating he would NOT be trading away the Canucks future for rental players, what moves will he be making?