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Photo: Chad Kroeger flatters Daniel Alfredsson by reflecting on Alfie's "hard black t-shirt". Alfie politely responds by telling Chad Kroeger that grown men should never highlight their hair.
Amidst the Rick Nash fallout from an Ottawa perspective, the Ottawa Sun's Bruce Garrioch had this nugget of information buried in today's article:
Before Murray makes a move, he’d like to get confirmation from captain Daniel Alfredsson on what’s next. The super Swede has indicated he’s planning to come back and sources say the two sides are working on a one-year extension.
It's the sort of deft manoeuvre that Garrioch alluded to in an article earlier this month. Using Ray Whitney and Martin Brodeur as examples, the simple explanation for an extension is that it would not only ensure Alfredsson doesn’t go anywhere as a UFA, the Senators could include a signing bonus so that Alfredsson gets a bump from the $1-million salary he’s supposed to collect 2012-13. B...
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The Rick Nash sweepstakes appear to be over. TSN's Darren Dreger reports that the forward is likely headed to New York, as Columbus has apparently agreed to send Nash to the Rangers. The deal is not yet official, but it sounds like all that's left is to match up contracts and iron out all of the smaller details. Rick Nash trade to New York Rangers in process now. Details...
For the immediate future, the Rangers couldn't have asked for a better result from their extended courtship of Rick Nash. After of months of pursuit through the trade deadline and draft weekend, New York finally landed the high-scoring forward in a trade with the Blue Jackets on Monday. And the Rangers did so without having to surrender any of the key young players Columbus had...
Updated, 2:58 p.m.:Per Aaron Portzline at Columbus Dispatch, Rangers also receiving 3rd round pick and minor league defenseman in deal....wait? Sather also received a pick and a prospect? Unreal!Update, 2:48 p.m.:Finally piece, per Bob McKenzie at TSN is Anisimov....and Sather is officially a magician.
Update, 2:42 p.m.:Dreger says three of the four are Dubinsky, Erixon and a first...
Around the time of the 2012 NHL Draft, it looked or at least sounded like Ottawa was a potential trade partner for the Columbus Blue Jackets concerning Rick Nash. With a collective assortment of NHL-ready or near NHL-ready prospects that will vie for spots on the roster next season, they were identified as one of the organizations that were competitive enough and had the pieces to...
The Columbus Blue Jackets appear to have finally completed their divorce with captain Rick Nash. The New York Rangers will reportedly send forwards Brandon Dubinsky, Artem Anisimov, defenseman Tim Erixon and a first round pick to Columbus for Nash and … Continue reading →
Rick Nash has been traded to the Rangers. Working on details now, but I have to post this before someone ninja's my epic headline.What he said.Jump for details and opinion.
Blue Jackets get: Brandon Dubinsky, Artem Anisimov, Tim Erixson and 1st round pick.Rangers get: Rick Nash. (AND a 3rd round pick AND someone worse than Lebda)We get: We get to move on. It's been an...
In the wake of Nashville matching Shea Weber’s offer sheet and Columbus trading their captain, Rick Nash, to the Rangers, it’s worth looking at the landscape surrounding the Blackhawks in the Central Division as the summer continues. Here’s an updated … Continue reading →
By Benjamin Woodward (@_BWoodward)
After months of speculation and enough rumors to fill the HockeyyInsiderr’s twitter feed for an entire calendar year, Rick Nash has finally been traded. The former Columbus Blue Jackets captain was dealt to the New York Rangers on Monday in exchange for a package centered around two-way pivot Brandon Dubinsky. The complete deal looked like this...
BOSTON -- The Bruins have enjoyed a relatively quiet offseason. Just one year removed from winning the Stanley Cup and the wild celebrations that followed, Boston has focused on retaining the core of that championship team rather than shaking up the roster with any major trades or free-agent signings. But the Bruins recognize not all teams have adopted that approach, and they have...