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Darren Dreger of TSN was on the NHL Network today and discussed the trade climate right now, which is slow this week but could pick up at the GM meeting in Toronto on March 20th.
Dreger also mentioned it is highly unlikely both Getzlaf and Perry will be signed by the Ducks with Getzlaf the one expected to sign with Anaheim.
Next up was Jarome Iginla, with Dreger saying the Penguins could be a fit and then Daniel Alfredsson was brought up with Boston being mentioned as having interest in him.
Finally, the waiver pick-up of Roman Hamrlik by the Rangers was discussed along with the visor issue.
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A name linked to the Detroit Red Wings in the past has that of Calgary Flames captain Jarome Iginla who is still without a Stanley Cup as he’s moved into the twilight of his career. With that said the Wings have been thought of as a team that could help the veteran achieve the goal of a championship before he hangs up the skates and calls it a career.
The question though, is there...
It was only a matter of time before this started. Pierre Lebrun had a really good read on this today:
As I reported last week and it’s been reported elsewhere, the Penguins are believed to have interest in Flames winger Jarome Iginla but just how much they’d be willing to pay on that front, or whether Iginla would have any interest in waiving his no-trade clause to go...
As always, Mike Colligan delivers an elite performance on a big topic. From the Hockey Writers:
The Penguins will — and do — have interest in Jarome Iginla.
What playoff team wouldn’t want Jarome Iginla?
Come to think of it, what organization can’t call themselves a possible playoff team at this point?
Approximately halfway through the season, the last...
Occasionally we'll feature guest posts at Puck Drunk Love. This article was penned by Michael Pina and offers a look at the trade deadline and how a guy like Jarome Iginla may give a team that extra edge in their pursuit of the Cup.
Every year, in every one of North America’s four major professional sports, the much anticipated trade deadline holds more season-altering...
Earlier this week, Pierre LeBrun provided a few trade possibilities in a multi-part blog post on ESPN.com. The two hot names on the trade market right now are a couple elder statesmen who desperately want to win a ring: Jarome … Continue reading →The post Should The Chicago Blackhawks Pursue Daniel Alfredsson? appeared first on Committed Indians.
Craig Custance revealed his rankings for ESPN Insider (behind a paywall) for the top 20 potential rental players for this year’s NHL Trade Deadline.
He prefaced the rankings list by acknowledging that the congested NHL standings means a greater likelihood that there will be less trade activity this season.
From an Ottawa Senators perspective, two players made the...
The NHL trade deadline is Wednesday, April 3, which means we’re officially less than one month away. It could be an odd trade deadline given the fact that we’re dealing with a shortened season. A lot of teams are still trying to figure out whether they are going to become competitive or whether it’s best to give up the short-term goals and focus on the future.
On that note...