Senin, 27 Juni 2011

Wheeling & Dealing Monday

- The Ryan Smyth to the Edmonton Oilers deal is done but instead of Gilbert Brule, the Oilers gave up Colin Fraser and a seventh-rounder in 2012.

- has a list of the top players who are free agents based on the skills that they bring to a team.

- This is an article about Kevin Smith's hockey movie 'Hit Somebody' that is in development based on the Warren Zevon song of the same name.

- The Penguins did not make a qualifying offer to Tyler Kennedy and we can hear his fangirls from our living room screaming and crying. We have faith still.

- It seems that the trading between Tallon and Bowman hasn't stopped after the Draft ended. The Hawks traded the rights to Tomas Kopecky to the Panthers for a conditional pick.

- There's a report that Kevin Bieksa signed a five-year deal worth twenty-three million with the Canucks. With a NTC. Damn, we were hoping for some drama on July 1st.

- The Canucks have been very busy. They also re-signed Maxim Lapierre to a two-year two million dollar contract.

- Kirk Muller has finally left the Canadiens. He has been named the head coach of the Milwaukee Admirals, the farm team of the Nashville Predators.

- On Tuesday, the nominees to the Hockey Hall of Fame will be named.

- The Vancouver Canucks have chosen the Chicago Wolves to be their AHL team through the 2012-2013 season.

- The Philadelphia Flyers are still not done. They traded Darroll Powe to the Minnesota Wild for a third-rounder in 2013.

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