Tons of Rumors as Free Agent Season Nears

1. Peter Chiarelli, Bruins press on with Tyler Seguin, Nathan Horton

2. MCKENZIE: EVERYTHING GOING ON AS JULY 1 NEARS

3. Plenty of NHL teams will be looking to hop aboard the A-Train when free agency begins Thursday.

4. Gillis must bolster blue line beyond Ballard acquisition

5. Players that the Canucks May target

Writing's on the wall for Kaberle

As much as Burke loves Kaberle, and Kaberle loves the Leafs, all signs point to a trade

For public consumption anyway, it has been well over a year of mutual admiration and asserting that there is no need for the relationship to end.

Maple Leafs defenceman Tomas Kaberle has professed his love for all things Toronto — save the losing.

Maple Leafs general manager Brian Burke has professed his love for all things Kaberle — save the fact that trading him might bring some desperate scoring help.

Brian Burke ready to make moves as free agency opens

The Maple Leafs will be front and centre on Thursday when free agency opens up.

“We will be active,” said GM Brian Burke. “I expect plenty of activity despite a shrinking talent pool.”

But who will be a Leaf? If he lasts until then, no question Burke would love to land defenceman Dan Hamhuis, giving him the freedom to deal a blue-liner or two for a top-six forward.

Trade Rumors and NHL News – June 30, 2010

Jokinen back to Florida?

Kings still prime suitors for Ilya Kovalchuk


Penguins: No progress in Hamhuis talks

the blue north strong……..you'll see,future watch TML

So last season wasn’t a great thing to watch for leaf fans (actually it was quite abismal) but things should be looking up with a future with players like these:

Dion Phaneuf:Still only 25 and one of the youngest leafs to be named captain
believe me this guy IS NOT a one and done.

Luke Schenn: 21 and will feed off of the captains lead