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Reports on Saturday are that Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane doesn’t want to negotiate an extension with the team, and may become available this week before the 2012 NHL Draft. If that’s the case, the Chicago Blackhawks should be on … Continue reading →
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Social media is a wonderful thing for NHL fans, especially over the off-season. It's the fastest source for trades, re-signings, and especially signings of unrestricted free agents after July 1st. Unfortunately, it's also the fastest source for unsubstantiated rumors that tend to freak out fanbases. This off-season is the first of those for Winnipeg Jets fans, and aside...
As expected, other options have begun to emerge as potential solutions for the Rangers’ offensive woes outside of Zach Parise and Rick Nash. Parise has already declared his disinterest in signing with the Rangers and Columbus’s asking price for Nash is still through the roof, but there are other players that could help supplement the Blueshirts’ attack.
Trade rumors are building...
With the NHL Draft and Free Agency just a week and two weeks away, respectively, this also means that there will be tons of chatter and rumors to follow.
One rumor that has come to the surface is that Chicago Blackhawks’ forward Patrick Kane might be available via trade. While Kane has not been a problem on the ice, it is his off ice activities that have the Blackhawks’ brass...
What will be one of the most active summers in recent memory around the Central Division started with a couple moves involving goalies on Friday. In the morning, the Chicago Blackhawks put goaltender Alexander Salak on waivers. Salak, who was acquired from … Continue reading →
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With each passing day, more and more speculation begins to surround Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson.
The twenty-five year old has become an object of trade affection of late, and although the Blackhawks front office hasn't been vocal about his availability, general consensus is that he could beh ad for the right...
from Elliotte Friedman of CBC, • Asked a couple of GMs if they’d heard Evander Kane is available. Both said no. Is it possible the relationship is strained? Yes sir, but trading a 20-year-old 30-goal scorer is risky business. Both GMs did say they would absolutely be interested if Kane got to the market.
• There is no doubt Zach Parise’s first choice is to stay. However...
Although there is plenty of size coming up through the system in the form of Jimmy Hayes, Kyle Beach, and Rob Flick, there still is a big need that must be filled. Particularly looking at the left wing where Dan Carcillo, Viktor Stalberg, Bryan Bickell, and Brandon Bollig currently reside, replacing the once towering position that dominated opponents with size and proper execution...