Pavel Kubina should, for all the money he makes have at least 5 goals by now never mind the injury this guy has not been up to his money. So what does JFJ do I would say trade him here’s why………
A fan movement in Vancouver has led to Canucks fan writing Rory Fitzpatrick into their all star ballots. He is just such a darn good defenseman…
Anyways, Rory now appears in the top 12 in voting for Western Conference defensemen and with more of your help he might just make it to the big game.
Ok I know it’s way to early for this, but there nothing else to post
TSN (http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/news_story/?ID=186551&hubname=nhl) is reporting that the Pittsburgh Penguins have placed the 37 year old John LeClair, formerly of the Legion of Doom, on waivers.
The latest out of Montreal say that the Habs are going to make a deal with the Coyotes. The Habs would be sending David Aebischer, Sergei Samsonov and a second/third round pick to the desert, while the Coyotes would be sending David Leneveu and Ladislav Nagy in return.
Two very important games to keep track of tonight. Phili vs NYI and Vancouver vs Anahiem. IF phili loses another inter-division game this early in the season, someone in management will realize that making the playoffs is not happening this year without a change. Meanwhile, Vancouver is facing the team that completely embarresed them on November 6th. They were shut out 6-0 (all even strength goals) and frankly looked like an AHL team.
Columbus Blue Jackets have re-aquired Derrick Walser from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for Mark Flood.
What is up with the struggling teams?
Media’s trade rumors are lame. Let’s speculate on what trades could happen any time soon and which teams could be partners.
The West used to be known as the speed and high scoring conference, the birth place of Gretzky and Kurri, Bure, Yzerman, Selanne, Fleury, Denis Savard, even the Maple Leafs teams of the 80’s had the GREAT Rick Vaive, who had 3 consecutive 50 goal seasons.
According to The Flyers website, Flyers Sign Knuble to Two-Year Contract Extension.
Despite winning back to back World Junior Titles, the pressure will be on Team Canada to win yet again. The World’s preminent hockey nation will not accept anything less than gold. With 10 returnees from last year’s gold medal team, there should be plenty of leadership and experience around to help the team get through what is always a difficult tournament.