Category Archives: NHL
With the trade deadline fast approaching next Monday, there are still many players around the League that may find a new home by that time. With playoff races coming down to the wire, various teams beginning to rebuild, there have already been some big moves, and more are sure to follow. Here are ten players who seem to be on everyone’s list. (more…)
Back in September of 2009, the Boston Bruins shocked the hockey world when they traded Phil Kessel to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Shortly after, the Leafs signed Kessel to a five-year $27 million contract. With Toronto seemingly in the early stages of a rebuild, should they trade the hot –commodity Kessel, or keep him around as the centerpiece to build a new team around? (more…)
With the trade deadline now roughly 48 hours away I still believe the Penguins need to acquire a productive forward for the playoffs that would add depth and scoring in a long post season run. With that said I am going to propose a name that many will see controversial, but when you really look at it he may the guy the Penguins need to take them to the next level.
On July 5th, 2013, Leaf fans were happy and excited to hear that the team had signed free agent David Clarkson to a seven year, $36.75 million dollar contract. On February 26th, 2015, close to 2 seasons later, Clarkson was traded to the Blue Jackets in exchange for Nathan Horton. Again, most Leaf fans seem happy and excited to hear this news. (more…)
After a franchise best 13-game points streak in January, the Blues have slowed in February, currently sitting at 5-5-0 in their last ten games. So what’s happening to slow the Blues down, and with the NHL’s trade deadline rapidly approaching, what should the Blues do? A lot of uncertainty and seemingly contradictory evidence makes the Blues a puzzling team to diagnose, and a source of contention for fans on where to go next. (more…)
On 2/25/2015 Penguins GM Jim Rutherford acquired forward Daniel Winnik from the Toronto Maple Leafs for Forward Zach Sill, a fourth-round pick in the 2015 draft and a second-round pick in the 2016 draft. Toronto has retained 50% of Winniks salary.
Seemingly since acquiring David Perron at the beginning of January, Penguins fans have been clamoring at the bit to see what General Manager Jim Rutherford will do next. Because of this I decided to outline, as best I could, the names that have been rumored in connection with the Penguins over the past few months.