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Larry Brooks at the New York Post reports that the Rangers are not likely to trade for Lightning defenseman Pavel Kubina.Yesterday, Scott Burnside at ESPN said Kubina's connection to John Tortorella from his time in Tampa Bay suggested some interest from the Rangers.The Lightning have asked Kubina to waive his no-trade clause and to submit a list of teams to which he would accept a trade.To protect their own interests, Tampa has decided to shut down Kubina until the situation is resolved.Kubina, who is in the final year of his contract, is making $3.5 million this season and has 3g, 8a this year....good to hear. There's absolutely no reason the Rangers should be giving up prospects and/or picks in an attempt to improve a position that doesn't need improving.Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at email@example.com.
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The NHL trade deadline sits just 11 days away. We've seen plenty of rumors hit the market, including numerous ones about Rick Nash leaving Columbus, but now we finally have some solid news to report involving the Tampa Bay Lightning and their willingness to trade defenseman Pavel Kubina.
Kubina is being held out of the lineup and has been asked which teams he would accept a...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) A person familiar with the trade says the Philadelphia Flyers have acquired defenseman Pavel Kubina from the Tampa Bay Lightning for a pair of draft picks.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on Saturday night on condition of anonymity because the deal has not been made public. The rounds of the draft picks were not immediately available.
Kubina was held...
The Tampa Bay Lightning plan to keep Pavel Kubina out of the lineup while the team attempts to trade the veteran defenseman.
Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman announced the decision on Thursday.
Tampa Bay entered Thursday 13th in the Eastern Conference and is a longshot to make the playoffs.
Kubina has 110 goals and 382 points in 953 games. The 34-year old has 11 points...
It is being reported via Twitter that the Tampa Bay Lightning have traded veteran defenseman Pavel Kubina to the Philadelphia Flyers in a transaction that is pending league approval. Although it has not yet been confirmed, it appears that the Flyers have sent a pair of draft picks to Tampa Bay in exchange for Kubina, which seems like a great deal for Philly.
For the second consecutive day, a defensemen has found a new home. According to multiple sources, the Flyers have acquired defensemen Pavel Kubina from Tampa Bay in exchange for a second and fifth-round draft pick, pending League approval.
This move, in addition to Hal Gill being sent to Nashville from Montreal yesterday and Dominic Moore moving to San Jose earlier in the week,...
Via Darren Dreger, Pavel Kubina has been traded to the Flyers, pending league approval. There weren’t any reports connecting the Rangers to the 34-year-old defenseman, though he made sense as a trade target given their need to upgrade the blue line and the John Tortorella connection. Dave looked at Kubina in greater detail earlier this week. On to the next…
On February 12th the Tampa Bay Lightning opted to hold Pavel Kubina out of practice in order to protect the organizations interests. Shortly after, Kubina was asked to submit a list of five teams that he would agree to accept a trade.
Fast forward to today, Pavel Kubina has not yet submitted his list of teams where he would waive his NTC and accept a trade, but it is expected that...
The Tampa Bay Lightning have traded defenseman Pavel Kubina to the Philadelphia Flyers for a pair of draft picks.
While waiting to consummate a trade involving Tampa Bay defenseman Pavel Kubina, the Tampa Bay Lightning dealt center Dominic Moore to San Jose on Thursday in exchange for a second-round pick in the 2012 entry draft.