Found February 18, 2013 on
Buzz On Broad:
Trade talks have been heating up in the last week or so, especially in Colorado. The Avalanche's young and versatile center is looking to get out of Colorado. With several teams interested, right now the top suitors are Rangers, Maple Leafs and Flyers.
Colorado has kicked the tires on Sean Couturier as the other piece to the trade. O'Reilly is 22 years old, Couturier is 20.
Would you do this trade Flyers fans? Updates to follow
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By Jake Pavorsky (@JakePavorsky)
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