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Elliotte Friedman at CBC Sports reports that the Rangers are believed to be big Curtis Glencross (Flames) fans.
The 30-year old Glencross has 14g, 8a this season and is on the books for $2.55 million per till 2015.
...Glencross can definitely add a little jam to go with some goal scoring and at $2.55 million isn't all that expensive. But recent rumors had the Flames asking for goaltender Ben Bishop from the Senators in return, so the demands will likely be a young NHL ready player as they look to rebuild after trading away Iginla and Bouwmeester.
...other than Kreider and Miller, who aren't going anywhere, I'm not sure Rangers have many of those right now. Not sure who else the Flames would be interested in. Thomas?
Meanwhile, Larry Brooks at the New York Post reports that there is considerable interest in Brian Boyle.
Brooks adds that despite a miserable season, Boyle has the size coveted by Cup contenders.
...he might have the size, but de...
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Gaborik to CBJ pending he waives and trade call. — Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) April 3, 2013 … WOW… more on this as it breaks! UPDATE: Katie Strang of ESPN says the Rangers would get back Brassard, Dorsett and Moore in the deal for Gaborik.
Gaborik may not get moved this week, or at all. His future up in the air
Regardless of how productive (or unproductive) Marian Gaborik is throughout the remainder of this season, the Rangers would be best advised to hold on to the Slovakian winger until the off season.
With a glut of young forwards up and around the big club this season, and with the Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh...
New York Rangers forward Marian Gaborik was traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Wednesday, according to TSN's Darren Dreger. In exchange, the Rangers will reportedly receive forwards Derick Brassard, Derek Dorsett and defenseman John Moore.Marian Gaborik will and major scoring touch to Columbus. This move should replace some of the talent lost in the Rick Nash deal.
The New York Rangers have traded slumping forward Marian Gaborik to the Columbus Blue Jackets in the second trade of star players between the teams within the past year.
Gaborik was dealt to the Blue Jackets Wednesday, just before the NHL's afternoon trade deadline, for center Derick Brassard, right wing Derek Dorsett and defenseman John Moore.
Gaborik waived a no-movement...
When I read this morning’s article in the Ottawa Sun which indicated the Senators had expressed interest in Calgary Flames forward Curtis Glencross, I was hardly surprised.
Slated to earn $2.55 million through the 2014/15 season, Glencross is a rarity on the Flames’ roster – a marketable commodity who is actually: a) cost-effective; b) at a relatively decent age; and c...
The Columbus Blue Jackets are making a push for the playoffs by acquiring Marian Gaborik. The Buffalo Sabres continue to retool by dealing captain Jason Pominville. And rookie of the year candidate Cory Conacher is heading to Ottawa.
These were among the notable players moved before the NHL trade deadline Wednesday.
Columbus completed three deals, including one acquiring Gaborik...
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We’ve spent a lot of time talking about how the Rangers, as currently constructed, are not a team that is rich with depth. It’s something that we’ve discussed on about a weekly basis at this point, but depth is only a part of the problem. The issue of depth is easy to address, but that won’t matter if the star players on the Rangers...
Not much was expected from a Columbus Blue Jackets team that suffered through one of its worst seasons in its history in 2011-12, traded its franchise cornerstone in the offseason and were the worst team in the league in late February.
My, how things have changed.
Columbus, surprisingly fighting for one of the Western Conference's final playoff spots, turned into a buyer at the...
Here are the trades that were made before the deadline on Wednesday: The Columbus Blue Jackets acquire forward Marian Gaborik from the New York Rangers for forwards forwards Derek Dorsett and Derick Brassard, defenseman John Moore and a sixth round … Continue reading →The post NHL Trade Deadline: Gaborik, Pominville Headline Busy Day appeared first on Committed Indians.
The long-running soap opera of Marian Gaborik and John Tortorella has reached its conclusion and it's Gaborik who is heading out of town. The Rangers traded Gaborik, who was a two-time, 40-goal scorer for NY, to the Rangers Midwest, a future divisional rival, the Columbus Blue Jackets for Derick Brassard, Derek Dorsett, John Moore and a sixth-round pick.
The first thing that...
The New York Rangers have finally ended weeks of torment; Marian Gaborik has been traded. The Blue Jackets have traded Derek Brassard, Derek Dorsett, John Moore and a 6th round draft pick for New York Rangers forward Marian Gaborik. The Blue Jackets are looking to make some noise this year and Gaborik will greatly benefit [...]
Ryane Clowe and Derek Brassard: Welcome to New York. Brian Boyle: Welcome back. These three led the Rangers in the complete dismantling of the Penguins tonight, scoring a powerplay goal and at least three points each, and four of the Rangers first five goals en route to a 6-1 win. Boyle and Brassard had a goal and three assists each, and Clowe scored two (his first two of the season...
In a stunning move the Columbus Blue Jackets have acquired struggling sniper Marian Gaborik from the New York Rangers in exchange for forwards Derick Brassard and Derek Dorsett along with young defenseman John Moore.
Gaborik, who has just nine goals this season, has three 40-goal campaigns under his belt and gives the Jackets a needed goal scorer for their playoff push. He seemed...
from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,
There has been no edge and no resolve from the Rangers, who don’t even resemble distant cousins from last year’s Black-and-Blueshirts who spit out nails and pucks on their way to storming to the East’s regular season championship before being stopped in the conference finals.
The team that led the NHL with 65 fighting majors last season...