Found March 17, 2013 on NY Rangers Blog:
During a segment on Hockey Night In Canada's "Hot Stove Tonight," Elliotte Friedman says that the Rangers might have discussed a potential trade for Marian Gaborik with the Vancouver Canucks, but it wasn't a good match. Friedman adds that as part of his limited no trade clause Gaborik has given the Rangers 10 teams he cannot be traded to. Here's the video (2:15 mark)... ...Friedman is a legit guy when it comes to trade rumors, so I find this very interesting. Just looking at the Canucks roster, other than the obvious guys that the Canucks would never trade (see Sedins, Kesler), I have no idea who the Rangers would have wanted or given them equal return. ...despite Gaborik's rough go here, I'm really shocked the Rangers are actually looking to move him. He has pretty much alternated good year and bad year his entire career, so he's all setup for another 40-goal season next year. ...also very interesting that Friedman inform...
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