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Columbus Blue Jackets
As the trade deadline looms closer and closer, it becomesmore apparent that the Bruins will be forced to make a move before Monday’sclock strikes 3. This time last season is when Chiarelli pulled off separatetrades that landed Chris Kelly and Peverley in Boston, two essential pieces inthe clubs postseason run. While G.M. Peter Chiarelli said that he would like tokeep his defending champion’s line-up intact, injuries to both Nathan Horton(indefinite) and Rich Peverley (4-6 weeks), have forced him into looking atalternative options. The Bruins are roughly 13 million dollars under the cap,leaving them a lot of free space to sign a big name player to a big timecontract. But what are the Bruins options?Rick Nash (RW) –Columbus Blue JacketsNash is the biggest name to float around the trade marketthis season but it is highly unlikely any of us will see him wearing Black& Gold anytime soon. Columbus has tried to build a franchise around Nashand they feel they should receive plenty in re...
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Only a few days remain on the calendar before the clock strikes 3 p.m. on Monday afternoon and no more trades can be made within the National Hockey League until after the 2011-12 season is over and done with. That means GM Glen Sather, who has been in hot pursuit of Columbus Blue Jackets star forward Rick Nash for two weeks now, is running low on time to improve his team'...
(AP) -- Rick Nash wears the "C" on his jersey as captain of Columbus. These days, the letter stands more for, coveted.
It's one of the busiest times of the year for NHL general managers and one of the most exciting for hockey fans. The NHL trade deadline always generates plenty of buzz, with rumors and opinions running rampant leading up to the big day. This season is no different, as many names have already surfaced as potential trade chips, with the biggest being Columbus Blue Jackets captain...
from Chuck Gormley of CSNWashington, Take a deep breath and exhale before you read this:
Alex Ovechkin for Rick Nash. Straight up.
Would you do it? If the Blue Jackets threw in a first-round pick or a top prospect, would you even consider it?
More importantly, would George McPhee and Ted Leonsis pull the trigger on such an enormous, franchise-altering deal?
This is a bit different than the usual things we do but we are setting up for the trade deadline Monday at 3pm ET. Now what we are doing is very short and very brief but this is the kind of chatter we have been seeing from time to time on this grand thing called the internet. Remember nothing here is set in stone and is kind of just pooled around to give an...
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