NHL Trade Rumors June 11, 2018

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Vegas Golden Knights off-season rumors Sportsnet: Elliotte Friedman speculates the Vegas Golden Knights could prefer re-signing pending UFAs James Neal and David Perron to salaries within the range of Jonathan Marchessault and Reilly Smith ($5-million annual cap hit) and Tomas Tatar’s $5.3 million. Same for restricted free agent William Karlsson. He thinks Perron could be […]

December 20: This Day in NHL History

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Dec. 20 NHL History 1938: Boston Bruins rookie Frank Brimsek gets his third straight shutout and sixth in seven games in a 3-0 victory against the New York Americans at Boston Garden. The win gives Brimsek six shutouts in his first eight NHL games. 1950: Turk Broda of the Toronto Maple Leafs becomes the first NHL goaltender to reach […]

December 7: This Day in NHL History

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December 7 NHL History 1919: The Toronto Arenas change their team name to the Toronto St. Patricks. The name remains until 1926-27, when they become known as the Toronto Maple Leafs. 1961: Jean Beliveau takes the ice as captain of the Montreal Canadiens for the first time. To his own surprise, Beliveau is voted captain by his teammates […]

October 18: This Day in NHL History

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October 18 NHL History 1967: After losing the first two games in their history, the Philadelphia Flyers get their first victory when they defeat the St. Louis Blues 2-1 at St. Louis Arena. Doug Favell makes 34 saves and Ed Hoekstra scores the winning goal 12:20 into the third period for the Flyers, who complete their season-opening three-game […]

October 6: This Day in NHL History

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October 6 NHL History 1955: Goaltender Glenn Hall begins a streak that likely will never be equaled when he takes the ice for the Red Wings’ season-opening 3-2 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks. It’s the first of 502 consecutive starts for Hall, by far the longest such streak in NHL history. Hall is traded to the Blackhawks before the 1957-58 […]

May 3: This Date in NHL Hockey History

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THIS DATE IN NHL HISTORY: May 3 1968: The St. Louis Blues become the first expansion team to qualify for the Stanley Cup Final. Ron Schock’s goal at 2:50 of double overtime gives the Blues a 2-1 victory against the Minnesota North Stars in Game 7 of the Semifinals at St. Louis Arena and a […]

May 2: This Day in NHL Hockey History

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THIS DATE IN NHL HISTORY: May 2 1967: The Toronto Maple Leafs become the first team with an average age of 30 or older to win the Stanley Cup when they defeat the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 at Maple Leaf Gardens in Game 6 of the Final. Ron Ellis and Jim Pappin score in the second […]

NHL Rumors: Canucks, Bruins, Kings

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Will Troy Brouwer sign with the Vancouver Canucks? The Hockey News: Troy Brouwer recently told Vancouver’s News 1130 radio he’s thought about joining the Vancouver Canucks. “Family and friends, playing for my hometown, it would be an experience for sure,” Brouwer said. Lacking skilled depth on right wing, the Canucks could use the services of […]

Will Mike Richards be Traded?

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What will the LA Kings do with Mike Richards after the Stanley Cup playoffs are over? Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun thinks he will be traded or bought out. Richards has six-years left on his deal with a $5.75 million salary cap hit. That is a lot of dough for a 4th center. Kings […]

Kings want Moulson, Ehrhoff

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LA Kings GM Dean Lombardi is seeking for a top-six goal scoring forward and a top-four defenseman. For D-men, Lombardi has been eyeing Andrew MacDonald and Christian Ehrhoff. The Kings are most interested in Sabres forward Matt Moulson. The Sabres are looking for a first and a prospect as part of package for Moulson. If […]

Jackets ready to trade Marian Gaborik

Saturday, January 11, 2014 11

The Columbus Blue Jackets are letting teams know that forward Marian Gaborik is available for a trade. Gord Stellick of Hockey Central thinks interested teams could be: Minnesota Wild, Detroit Red Wings, Colorado Avalanche and the Pittsburgh Penguins Penguins. Brad May thinks interested teams could be: The Montreal Canadiens, Vancouver Canucks and San Jose Sharks. […]

Top Trade Targets in the NHL

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2014 is upon us, and all NHL teams will spend the next two months looking at their needs; for some, especially those who will not be going to the post-season party, that means defining plans for their future seasons. For those with plans to play hockey into June, the upcoming days and nights will be […]