The Phoenix Coyotes have agreed to a one-year deal with veteran centre Yanic Perreault worth $700,000.
We have 8 d-men, none of which are performing greatly. We are also close to the cap. Who should stay? Who do we dump? What would you have as the combinations?
Kaspar/Ozo (if he can find his game he can be great for us)
The Leafs haven’t looked great so far this season, but with a little patience this team will look much better a month from now.
Rumours have been flying that Toronto Coach Paul Maurice is very upset with enforcer Wade Belak and has asked Toronto GM JFJ to bring him in a new enforcer who can get the job done. The anger for Belak started after Belak apparently told Maurice that he didn’t really feel like fighting in Toronto’s last game against Ottawa after Maurice asked him to go protect Darcy (Tucker).
What If, what if JFJ were actually witty? What if we spent our money wisely? What if we pulled the trigger on one of the biggest trades? What if we came out with a lineup that was favored to win the Stanley Cup? I wonder what that feels like….
TSN.ca is reporting that free agent center Yanic Perreault, is close to signing a 1-year contract with the Phoenix Coyotes! The Sens, Flames, and Lightning are all interested!
With Marc-Andre Bergeron only having 3 points this year it seems as though the Oilers are in the market for a Powerplay QB from here to the trade deadline. I have compiled a list on who is available, who could be available soon or who could be available come the trade deadline:
The latest on Mikael Tellqvist, Evgeni Nabakov, Craig Conroy, Sergei Samsonov, and more…
As some of you probably know, Darren McCarty filed for bankruptcy earlier this year…
TSN (http://tsn.ca/nhl/news_story/?ID=182076&hubname=nhl) is reporting that with the Coyotes struggling, it’s time to take a look at adding some depth to their goaltending.
According to the Boston Globe: ”Abbott fell short of saying he has asked Montreal management to find his client a new home — new home as in different city rather than different line. However, it took very little reading between the lines to figure out that Samsonov would prefer to be dealt.”
Okay, here we go. Having played hockey for years, and understanding where Carbo is coming from, I think I have something that he should definately try during his line juggling. Firstly, I agree with trying to put some fire under Sammy’s pants, he’s an extremely talented player and riling him up is what we need. In order to get what we want out of him I think we should give him a few games on the first line to bump his confidence back up after being sat for a bit. As far as Gui being put on the second line….it’s about time, this kid has major potential, and I think he’d be a great addition to the top 6 forwards. The power play lines are too standard. I think what we should do is juggle them a bit too. Here’s my opinion of some great lines to try during Carbo’s attempts.