According to the Swedish paper “The Dagens Nyheter” The Toronto Maple Leafs are set to sign an undrafted Swedish prospect to an NHL enty level contract.
Ok, here we go. I almost consider my self an expert on the Leaves, so I’m gonna give you my take on the moves that will be made in the following weeks.
You can forget about moving McCabe Kubina and Kaberle( Why would you wanna move kabby anyways?). So here are players that have good chances of being moved.
According to thehockeynews.com (http://www.thehockeynews.com/articles/) the cap for the 2008-2009 season will exceed $53-million.
[Note: I do not believe that any of this will happen, but some of it might. The point is, it is now much more fun to speculate about the future of the Leafs – especially now with the potential of having names like Stamkos, Doughty, Brunnstrom, etc. in a Leaf uniform.]
For Leaf fans who have demanded change for a long time, one must keep their heads on straight (after all Peddie is still around and nothing substantial has happened). But it is also a fun time to be a Leaf fans JUST FOR THE VERY POTENTIAL of change swirling in the air. Below is a typical leaf plan that we often see posted here on HTR. However, the format is NOT so much a plan as a potential scenario, and there are some assumptions that have been made …
As a Canadian, you just can’t help but have that glint of pride when talking about “our game”. It’s something we’re tremendously proud to showcase and that is unique in defining our values and traditions as a country and as a people.
Over the years, as NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has taken over and expanded the league on his vision of bringing hockey to the lower American states and possibly even Russia, a question needs to be adressed. Is our game that popular ?
Surely to us die hard hockey fans the answer is undeniable but when compared to other pro sports how do we fare up ?
The Detroit Free Press is reporting that there is no clear call for Cleary to stay with Detroit.
Rds.ca is reporting that the LA Kings have recalled Dan Cloutier from the minors with the hope that he will be claimed by another team so that they can make a deal to help their poor goaltending situation.
The Vancouver Sun is reporting that the Canucks are said to still be in the running for Forsberg.
According to TFP.com the Ottawa sun reports that Bob Gainey has zero interest in UFA Peter Forsberg and is trying to put a deal together for Marian Hossa.
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