MTL needs a big man who can score

This is hard to say but I think the Leafs may have something the Habs want…

Hawks looking to move Khabibulin?

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Tim Sassone of the Chicago Daily Herald raises speculation that the Hawks may entertain offers for Nikolai Khabibulin.

Marian Hossa Speculation

Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal weighs in with a listing of what he feels are the ten most likely teams to land Marian Hossa.

HTR Random Articles Take II

Standing at the end of the season
Canucks in need of a major shake up
Peter Bonra Retires
Going back to the old jerseys….

Random Submitted Articles – Take I

Closer to returning
Have you seen Tuh-loose-tee?
Dispicible!
EA 2008 Tournament, Open Thead

Rumors and Speculation from the Toronto Sun

The TorontoSun.com is reporting a bunch of speculation regarding coaching rumors and possible player transactions.

Bergeron Update

GM Peter Chiarelli provided an update on Patrice Bergeron, who suffered a Grade 3 concussion six days ago when Philadelphia defenseman Randy Jones belted him into the TD Banknorth Garden boards.

“He could be out a month. He could be out two months. He could be out a year,” Chiarelli said.

Sourced Trade Rumours 3

Well, here’s my 3rd installment of trade rumours. Hopefully you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Spezza signs a 7-year extension!

sources are reporting that Jason Spezza has signed a 7yr $49mil extension with a provisional no trade clause.

Spezza will be paid 8M$ for the first 5 season and then 5M$ and 4M$ for the last two.

He will have a 7M$ cap hit on the Sens cap.

Problems plaguing the Canucks.

It goes to show that there has been a lot of hype about the Canucks defense and its prospects of at least reaching the playoffs after managing to sign Sami Salo, Kevin Bieksa, and Lucas Kraijeck to extensions as well as signing Aarron Miller to a one year deal. This would leave the Canucks with a solid top 6 of Mitchell, Ohlund, Salo, Bieksa, Krajicek and Miller. A great defensive core, for any team, add to the fact that Luongo is manning the pipes in the rear, most people would think that the Canucks would be a very hard team to score against. However, the Canucks are off to a slow start (5-8-0)(1-6-0 at home “worst in the NHL”) after finishing the season with the best record after Christmas (32-8-6), as well as the best PK in the league. Things aren’t looking to great for the Canucks.