Edmonton might want to consider trading for unhappy Ottawa Senator
With the Ottawa Senators’ Jason Spezza seemingly disgruntled with his lot in life in the nation’s capital, here’s how the Oilers might solve the Taylor vs. Tyler debate.
On Twitter, CHED’s Dan Tencer, reporter for the Oilers rights-holding radio station, wants the Oilers to take Tyler Seguin .
This weekend, Tencer tweeted: “Taylor Hall had a hell of year and he’s a hell of a player. But, for whatever it’s worth, I’d still choose Seguin .”
Tencer said he had no inside knowledge on which player the Oilers would take: “I’m sure they know which way they’re leaning, but your guess is as good as mine. They won’t tip their hand.”
To help the Bruins make the decision, coach Mike Vellucci of the Plymouth Whalers, Seguin’s OHL team, joined SportsDesk on Friday to chat with Cole Wright.
“He plays the whole game,” Vellucci says of Seguin . “He has great playmaking ability that he’s shown over the last two years.”
According to various sources, including boston.com, nesn.com, and tsn.ca, the Bruins have inked defenseman Dennis Seidenberg to a 4 year, 13 million dollar contract extension. The contract carries a 3.25 annual cap hit. Seidenberg was acquired from the Florida Panthers at the trade deadline for Craig Weller, Byron Bitz and a 2010 second round pick. He scored two goals and added seven assists in 17 games for the Bruins.
*Tomas Kaberle’s no-trade clause is set to expire, and Toronto Maple Leafs General Manager Brian Burke is ready to deal him, according to Sportsnet.ca. One of the Sabres’ biggest needs is a power-play defenseman, and Kaberle fits that description.