Savard waives no-movement clause; OK's trade to Toronto or Ottawa

Sportsnet.ca reports that Marc Savard has waived his no-movement clause and given the Boston Bruins consent to trade him to either the Toronto Maple Leafs or Ottawa Senators.

Kaberle to the Lightning

Erik Erlendsson

Overheard that #TBLightning are rumored to be in on Tomas Kaberle talks, but can’t see it happening unless money contract goes the other way

https://twitter.com/erlendssontrib/status/17037145582

Trade of Marc Savard may be Bruin

The names Tyler Seguin and Marc Savard may be inexorably linked now, and maybe not as fellow centermen on the Bruins.

As soon as Edmonton Oilers general manager Steve Tambellini announced his team’s selection of winger Taylor Hall last night at the Staples Center, it ended any suspense about which player the Bruins would get with the No. 2 overall pick.

The Dust Settles, Tallon Not Ready to Rest … Panthers Have Nine Lives/Picks

Don’t look now, but Dale Tallon looks refreshed and ready to take on the second day of the NHL Draft.

The Panthers new general manager has much to play with as he goes into Saturday’s second round.

And he says he’s ready to do something with those assets.

“We’re open to any suggestions,” Tallon said. “We’re not going to sit still. We’re going to have some fun, experiment and take some risks. We’re going to see what happens.”

Tallon traded Nathan Horton to Boston on Tuesday, getting back defenseman Dennis Wideman and the 15th overall pick in return.

Talk of Ribeiro trades

In talking to people today, the Stars are indeed trying to move Mike Ribeiro.

They believe that if the Stars want to improve the team, they need to open up space in the budget (Ribeiro makes $5 million a year for the next three years) to acquire a defenseman, and they believe the Stars have replacements at center with Jamie Benn and Tom Wandell.


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