Huet to Caps for a 2nd

As per TSN, details to follow

Campbell a Shark

According to TSN, Brian Campbell to San Jose for Steve Bernier and a 1st rounder.

Richards a Star

TSN says that Richards has waived his NTC.

Johan Holmqvist and Brad Richards to Dallas for Mike Smith, Jeff Halpern, and Jussi Jokinen.

Belak to Florida for a 5th rounder

According to TSN.

Chris Kelly on the move?

Sportsnet reported that the Ottawa Senators are shopping Chris Kelly.

LaPointe Most Likely Gone

According to TheFourthPeriod.com, Martin LaPointe is traded, but details to come later on in the day. Also, TFP mentions that Nikolai Khabibulin, Martin Havlat, Robert Lang, Tuomo Ruutu, Yanic Perreault, Andrei Zyuzin, and Rene Bourque are on the block.

d-man trade?

According to Andy Strickland, Bryce Salvador would be headed to New Jersey for Vitaly Vishnevski….

not confirmed yet.
more to come

BRAD RICHARDS headed to DALLAS?!?

According to Bob Perno who was on the air at CKAC radio, Brad Richards has been traded to Dallas and the trade should be announced around 1pm today.

rumored deal would be for Mike Smith, Jeff Halpern and Mark Fristic

more to come.

Sundin Staying: The Ripple Effect

Now that Sundin has confirmed to the hockey world he is not waiving the NTC for any deal, the Leafs are left with few options to improve the club for the future before the trade deadline. The ripple effects of Sundin and the other 4 Leaf players not waiving their NTC’s will surely be felt by other players currently on the roster. One can expect that Fletcher will now turn to trading the likes of Gill, Antropov, Ponikarovsky, Blake, Stajan, Wellwood, White, Kilger, Steen, Devereaux and possibly Toskala in the hopes of securing whatever assets he can to repair the rubble left by this sinking ship. The NTC players should realize that this ripple effect will surely affect their status with the team for next season whether good or bad.

Comrie back on the Island

According to TSN, Mike Comrie has signed a 1year, 4M$ contract to remain an Islander.