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Fox - The Hockey Guy:
First the Philadelphia Flyers acquired defenseman Nicklas Grossman from Dallas. Then the club added defenseman Pavel Kubina from Tampa Bay.Now is Philly going to do something really big, like land Columbus power forward Rick Nash? Or will the Flyers focus on getting better in goal, given Ilya Bryzgalov’s startling failure?Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren met with Blue Jackets GM Scott Howson and they likely discussed more than the weather. Expect Holmgren to be one of the key players as the NHL trade deadline nears.The two trades bolstered the Philadelphia defense at a cost of a second-round pick in 2012, a second-round pick in 2012 or 2013, a third-round pick in 2013, a fourth-round pick in 2013 and minor league center Jon Kalinski.Grossman and Kubina both arrive with expiring contracts; they will be become unrestricted free agents after the season.The moves strengthen the injury-depleted Flyers for the stretch run. Grossman should add sturdy defense and Kubina will add some of...
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I recently wrote an article of the Top 10 Players most likely to be traded at the NHL’s trade deadline (February 27th at 3 P.M. EST). I took a bit of ribbing that, at most, three or four of those players on the list would be traded.
Then came the news that the Columbus Blue Jackets franchise player, Rick Nash, was placed on the trading market
So, to those who had some doubt...
With the asking price for Rick Nash very high, the Flyers may be turning their attention back to the defense. ESPN and TSN's Pierre LeBrun reports that the Flyers are still very much interested in Tampa Bay's Pavel Kubina.
In stark contrast to what is currently being promoted in the heart of Leafs Nation …
Cox: Talented Toronto Maple Leafs rookie Jake Gardiner may have to go
The issue with Jake Gardiner, as it was 12 months ago, is trying to accurately evaluate his upside.
As in how good this kid may be.
The Leafs had to do that last year when they were browsing...
New York fans made it clear on Sunday just how much they want the Rangers to pursue Columbus Blue Jackets superstar Rick Nash.
The hoopla surrounding this year's trade deadline in the National Hockey League has overshadowed the fact that the New York Rangers fell hard to the Chicago Blackhawks, 4-2, Thursday night at Madison Square Garden. The team did not come to play in the first period, which has become custom to them this season, and they left back-up goaltender Marty Biron out to dry within the...