Spezza trade non-starter for Bruins

Not sure where rumors of the Bruins trading the No. 2 pick to Ottawa for Jason Spezza are coming from. The Ottawa Citizen addressed the speculation, calling it “unlikely” that the Bruins would make such a deal. You can add “outlandish” as another adjective to describe a Spezza- for-Seguin /Hall trade.

Quick NHL News Tidbits – June 15, 2010


Brendan Morrison won’t be back with Caps

Afinogenov not close on new deal

Burrows
may start next season in sick bay

AT LEAST 3 CANADIAN TEAMS LOOKING AT CONTRACT BUYOUTS

With the Stanley Cup Final now in the books, the focus around the National Hockey League has already shifted to next season.With the upcoming NHL Entry Draft – which begins on June 25 – and the opening of free agency on July 1, teams are talking both internally and externally on how they can improve both their on ice product. And that includes their salary cap situation.To that end, the NHL’s two-week contract buy-out window is set to open on Tuesday, and at least three Canadian teams are – according to reports – considering the option.

Maple Leafs, New jersey

Leafs unveil a new look…… kinda

The Most Frustrating Team of All Time

Just because I think this is a fun topic, what’s your most frustrating team of all time? The team has to have 1 center, 4-5 wingers, 2 defensemen, and 1 goalie. You can throw in any amount of honorable mentions if you like. It can be any player from any team that played whenever. These are the guys that make me want to rip my hair out, gouge my eyes, and set myself on fire (depending on the price of gas). They’re guys with all the ability and talent in the world but do downright stupid things on the ice, and then there’s the guys with some ability, but don’t use it too well.