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  1. Neal traded to Nashville for Hornqvist and Spaling, Bye bye Nealer, just didn't work out
  2. RT @TSNBobMcKenzie: WPG sends 2nd round pick in 2014 to MIN for Devin Setoguchi. Ok deal for Jets. Does this mean Kane gets moved?
  3. [Hidden Content] I know the Bruins weren't all that happy with him, but still surprised they'd give up on him so soon.
  4. Quote: Jon Rosen @lakingsinsider 1m Jonathan Bernier has been traded to Toronto for Matt Frattin, Ben Scrivens, and a second round pick in 2014 or 2015 (Toronto's option) I think this is a good deal for Leafs, didn't give up much. Wished Homer could've landed him and buy out Bryz.
  5. -taken from tsn.ca- Jarome Iginla's tenure with the Calgary Flames has come to an end. The team announced late Wednesday night that it dealt Iginla to the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for college prospects Kenneth Agostino and Ben Hanowski as well as Pittsburgh's 2013 first-round draft pick. You can watch Iginla's news conference in Calgary on TSN and TSN.ca today at 12:30pm et/9:30am pt. Iginla has scored nine goals and 13 assists in 31 games with the Flames this season. Holding team records for goals, points and games-played, Iginla's time with the Flames comes to an end in the final year of a five-year deal he signed prior to the 2008-09 season worth an average annual value of $7 million. The long-serving captain has scored 525 goals and 570 assists in 1219 career games with the Flames. Over Iginla's 15 seasons with the Flames he has won two Maurice “Rocket” Richard trophies as the league's leading goal scorer as well as an Art Ross Trophy, the Lester B. Pearson Award, the Mark Messier Leader of the Year Award and the King Clancy Memorial Trophy. "We as an organization owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to Jarome," said Flames GM Jay Feaster. "Not only for what he did for the franchise during his tenure as a player here and as our captain, but also for the fact that now as we recognize that despite our best efforts, and despite the work we've put in, we've fallen short of the goals we set for ourselves as an organization. "We respect very, very much the fact that Jarome worked with us to enable this to come about." He has been named to play in seven NHL All-Star Games, has been named to three NHL First All-Star Teams and one NHL Second All-Star Team on top of winning two Olympic Gold Medals. He was originally drafted in the first round (11th overall) by the Dallas Stars at the 1995 NHL Entry Draft, The Stars dealt him to Calgary along with Corey Millen in 1995 in exchange for Joe Nieuwendyk. Agostino, a forward, is in his third year at Yale. The 20-year-old, Pittsburgh's fifth-round pick in 2010, had 15 goals and 37 points in 33 games. The 22-year-old Hanowski is in his fourth year with St. Cloud State. The forward, drafted in the third-round by Pittsburgh in 2009, had 16 goals and 29 points in 34 games. "In these two players we've gotten two players we believe are going to play in the National Hockey League and are going to contribute and will play for us for a long time," Feaster said. Both players are currently in the NCAA playoffs with their teams.
  6. Min/Buf trade: Sabres send Jason Pominville and a 4th in '14 to the Wild for Johhan Larsson, Matt Hackett a 1st in '13 and a 2nd in '14. Is the final details on the Sabres and the Wild trade that broke today. Pominville who skated his last game last night versus the Pittsburgh Penguins will forver been known as the guy who ended the series against Ottawa in 2006 sending Buffalo to the East Finals to play Carolina. Relive the short handed magic as called by none other than Buffalo's own Rick Jeanneret G Matt Hackett (Selected by Minnesota Wild round 3 #77 overall 2009 NHL Entry Draft) [Hidden Content] RW Johan Larrson (Selected by Minnesota Wild round 2 #56 overall 2010 NHL Entry Draft) [Hidden Content]
  7. [Hidden Content] Huh??? Why would the Capitols do this? Has GMGM been taking lessons from Paul Holmgren? Erat is ok but Forsberg is an elite prospect. This might be the worst trade of this year's deadline.
  8. Regehr officaly a member of the LA Kings after passing medical tests. Sabres now have gained 3 second round picks, is it time to make a moves for roster players for current immediate and long term help or wait till free agency and stack up on more picks/prospects? through trades of Pominville, Miller, Stafford etc
  9. Flyers have acquired defenceman Kent Huskins from the Detroit Red Wings for a conditional seventh round draft pick in 2014 Just got it from AFF in chat who heard it on TV/Radio. Will get more info when I can. [Hidden Content] Playing career Before making his NHL debut with the Ducks in 2006, he played five seasons in the AHL. He was drafted 156th overall in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft by the Chicago Blackhawks, and played for Norfolk, San Antonio, and Manitoba of the AHL before joining the Ducks' AHL affiliate, the Portland Pirates, in 2005. He also played four seasons at Clarkson University. In his senior year, Huskins was an NCAA East First Team All-American and a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award. Huskins made his NHL debut on December 23, 2006 when the Ducks played the Phoenix Coyotes. Kent was recalled from Portland to fill a gap in the Anaheim defensive corps caused by an injury to Sean O'Donnell, and then later to Chris Pronger. He was sent back down a month later, but called up for good when the Ducks dealt Shane O'Brien at the trade deadline. He won the Stanley Cup with the Anaheim Ducks in 2007. On Monday, October 15, 2007, Huskins scored his first career goal in a game versus the Detroit Red Wings. Huskins was traded to the San Jose Sharks on March 4, 2009 along with Travis Moen for Nick Bonino, Timo Pielmeier and a 4th round draft pick in 2011.[1] In the offseason, Huskins was signed to the most lucrative contract he had ever had, signing a two-year deal that would pay him US$1.5 million the first year and US$1.9 million the second year. On July 2, 2011 he was signed as a free agent to a one-year deal with the St. Louis Blues for $1 million.[2] In a largely ineffective 2011–12 season with the Blues hampered by injury, Huskins appeared in 25 games for 7 points. After a resolution to the 2012–13 NHL lockout was reached, Huskins signed as a free agent to a try-out contract with his first professional team the Norfolk Admirals on January 17, 2013.[3] Less than a week later, he was signed as a free agent to a one-year deal by the Detroit Red Wings.[4] On March 30, 2013 Huskins was traded to the Philadelphia Flyers for a 7th round conditional draft pick and a bag of pucks
  10. For a couple of second round picks according to TSN's Rob McKenzie
  11. TJ Brennan traded to the Florida Panthers for a 5th round pick in this upcoming draft the draft pick was once property of the La Kings.
  12. [Hidden Content] Gagne for a 4th, I like!!! correction: Conditional 4th round pick previously acquired from Phoenix
  13. The trade returns Ryder to organization who drafted him. The Habs also gain a third round pick from the Stars. Good deal for the Canadiens imo.
  14. *taken from TSN.ca* The Montreal Canadiens and the Tampa Bay Lightning have swapped a pair of AHL goaltenders. On Thursday, the Habs sent Cedrick Desjardins to the Lightning for Dustin Tokarski. Tokarski, who the Lightning selected 122nd overall in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, has played in 33 games with the Syracuse Crunch this season, posting an 18-8-4 record with a 2.46 GAA. Desjardins is 7-13-2 with a 2.94 GAA this season with the Hamilton Bulldogs ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Hm... I watched Tokarski play in the world juniors a few years back, and he was nothing but spectacular. All I remember from that 2009 WJC (besides that AMAZING Jordan Eberle goal) is Pierre Mcquire, prematurely orgasming to the beautiful, once in a life time save Tokarski made against an American player. Pretty sure he also led the Norfolk Admirals to the Caldar Cup last season, too. Tokarski has a very high ceiling, he could be a starter in the NHL some day... which leads me to wonder 2 things; 1) Is Carey Price frustrated in Montreal? 2) Is Stevie Y out of his mind? Well, first thing's first. Probably not. Price just signed a 6 year deal, he's not going anywhere for awhile. Secondly... I think so... I mean why trade a young, successful AHL talent who has a very high ceiling, for a life time AHL player, who clearly has worse stats when comparing the two? No clue... Anyways, what do you guys think??
  15. Thomas traded to isles. Seen it on twitter. Was chasing it down all day at work, and Ek confirms it. No word on whats coming back (from what I've heard).
  16. For a 2014 5th round draft pick. [Hidden Content] Damaged goods?
  17. Per Bob McKenzie: CAR trades goalie Brian Boucher and prospect Mark Alt to PHI for minor leaguer Luke Pither. I don't understand this one at all? Is Leighton on his way out again??
  18. E5 ....JVR is gone. Well this was rumored last spring. It works for me.
  19. to dallas for ott and pardy
  20. by Travis Hughes PITTSBURGH -- It looks as though Sergei Bobrovsky has played his last game as a Philadelphia Flyer. TSN's Darren Dreger reports this noon that Bob looks to be headed to the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for draft picks. The Columbus Dispatch reports that it's three picks coming back to Philly in the deal, including the No. 45 pick this weekend. We all kind of saw this coming, didn't we? As we wrote earlier this month, Bobrovsky has a bright future but he's never going to get a chance to start in Philadelphia with Ilya Bryzgalov locked up for nine years. If you're a Bob fan (and many of us are), that's disheartening, but he deserves the chance to spread his wings in the NHL. Going to Columbus gives him that chance -- and hopefully that franchise doesn't kill his career. This is a good move for the Flyers. They'll sign a UFA backup on July 1 and they're getting something of value in return for a goaltender who really has little to no value to them at this point. Three draft picks is more than I personally expected, for sure. Who knows what this means for the rest of the day? It could open up the trade flood gates, but for now, I like the deal. <fb:send class="fb_edge_widget_with_comment fb_iframe_widget" href="http%3A%2F%2Fwww.broadstreethockey.com%2F2012%2F6%2F22%2F3110497%2Fsergei-bobrovsky-trade-flyers-blues-jackets" style="position: relative; display: inline-block; "></fb:send>
  21. Lightning acquire goalie Anders Lindback from Predators By Kevin Allen, USA TODAY The Tampa Bay Lightning, looking to strengthen their goaltending, have acquired Nashville's 6-6 backup goalie Anders Lindback to compete for the starting job next season. "He was brought to Tampa Bay to compete and win the battle as the No. 1 guy," said NBC analyst Darren Pang, a former goaltender and longtime friend of Tampa Bay general manager Steve Yzerman. "Along with Mathieu Garon, the Lightning now have a very solid tandem." The Lightning gave up the 37th and 50th picks in this year's draft, plus a third-rounder next season, and minor league goalie Seabstien Caron, to land the Swedish-born Lindback. The Predators are also giving up center Kyle Wilson and a seventh-round pick. Wilson played five games for the Predators this past season. "It's a good news, bad news situation for us," said Predators general manager David Poile. "The good news is that we have Pekka Rinne signed for seven years. The bad news is that it makes it uncomfortable for your young goalies trying to get the opportunity to play." Meanwhile, Poile said he continues to hope that the Predators can re-sign defenseman Ryan Suter, even though Poile concedes that Suter will probably explore his options after July 1. The Detroit Red Wings and Minnesota Wild are teams that appear to covet Suter and have the resources to sign him, but there will be other suitors. "I'm not negative about our chances," Poile said. "I still believe we are a good fit for what Ryan wants in a team. I will continue to be optimistic that he will re-sign." Poile said he believes Lindback has the ability to be a No. 1 goalie. "(Lindback) has many assets, covers plenty of net," Pang said. "He is very competitive, never giving up on a play. And, he has been developed by Mitch Korn, one of the best goalie coaches in the NHL." Lindback said it was is his "dream" to be a starting goalie. "It's going to be great playing on such an offensive team." Lindback said. "Obviously, having Steven Stamkos, Vinny (Lecavalier) and Marty (St. Louis) on your team is exciting for anyone. It's the kind of team I want to be a part of." Yzerman said the Lightning had prioritized finding goaltending help in the offseason and decided that Lindback fit the profile of the kind of the goalie they needed. "He's relatively inexperienced, but we think he has tremendous potential," Yzerman said. "We gave up a significant amount to get him, but there weren't a lot of options, so we paid a hefty price, but we thought the return was worth it. We feel he's ready, and in talking to him, he is excited about the opportunity to take on more." Lindback, 24, has been Pekka Rinne's backup, and has played 38 games over the past two seasons and owns a .914 career save percentage. Garon had Tampa Bay's top save percentage last season (.901). The return on Lindback was important to the Predators because they are considered one of the league's better drafting teams. Nashville had no first- or second-round pick before making this deal. The Predators had given up their first-round pick in the Paul Gaustad trade before the deadline and gave up their second-rounder in the Hal Gill acquisition. "We are always bullish at the draft," Poile said, adding, "We have to keep our cupboards full." Shea Weber, Kevin Kline and Roman Josi are examples of players whom Nashville has picked up in the second round. source [Hidden Content]
  22. [Hidden Content] "Vokoun spent only one season with the Capitals and is set to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1." I guess that means Shero is pretty confident he can get him signed? And is this the end of Johnson? Hmm...

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