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On Wednesday, Toronto Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke went on FAN 590 in Toronto and said that the team was working on a trade; he also said that he wouldn't be against "trading a 22-year-old of one position for a 22-year-old of another position."
Defenseman Luke Schenn is 22. So is Philadelphia Flyers forward James van Riemsdyk, whose team is in need of another blue liner...
It seems the Toronto Maple Leafs have an active interest in forward James van Riemsdyk of the Philadelphia Flyers. And the Leafs general manager may be willing to move a former "untouchable" -- defenseman Luke Schenn -- to get him.
Terry Koshan of the Toronto Sun:
"... Just 22, van Riemsdyk has plenty of upside, and has played in 32 Stanley Cup playoff games...
Reports are saying that the Leafs and Flyers are discussing a deal that would send Toronto defenseman Luke Schenn to Philadelphia in exchange for forward James van Riemsdyk. The news has been reported on both TSN and the Philadelphia Daily News. I think the deal would benefit both teams.Having lost Chris Pronger for the rest of the season with his future unknown, this leaves a big...
There has been a lot of talk over the last 24 hours about the possibility of the Maple Leafs trading Luke Schenn to the Philadelphia Flyers for James van Riemsdyk? Personally, I’d seriously consider it and probably do it, but lets take a look at the numbers. Luke Schenn HARO+ HARD+ FenHARO+ FenHARD+ Ozone% 2011-12 [...]
TSN and the Philadelphia Daily news report possible trade discussions between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Philadelphia Flyers.
The proposed deal would send Leaf's defenseman Luke Schenn, former first round pick and brother of Flyer's rookie Brayden Schenn, to the Flyers in exchange for third year forward James Van Riemsdyk.
The deal makes sense for the Flyers, who are...
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By Patrick Powell
All warfare is based on deception.
This advice applies to the negotiations between NHL general managers as well. GMs rarely show their hands and they sometimes use media sources to spread false rumors as a screen to allow them to make their desired moves.
In recent history, there were strong trade winds linking the Philadelphia Flyers to...