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  1. #1
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    Trade Deadline coming up

    Who needs to make a move? Any Blockbuster need to happen. The World Champs just got https://www.prohockeyrumors.com/2019...l-hagelin.html Do we need on Sunday and Monday lots of Trades? Going to watch coverage if NHL Network has full day coverage of it?

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    PHILLY.COM: Sam Carchidi suggests the Philadelphia Flyers might have to trade Shayne Gostisbehere and/ or a draft pick to land another offensive piece.
    OTTAWA SUN: Bruce Garrioch reports the word is the New York Rangers are playing both sides of the fence with Chris Kreider and aren’t sure which way they’ll go with the pending free-agent winger

    San Jose’s Brenden Dillon could be an option for clubs seeking a blueliner. Sharks GM Doug Wilson is determined to make deals for draft picks.

    New Jersey Devils GM Tom Fitzgerald is looking to move pending UFAs Andy Greene, Sami Vatanen, and Wayne Simmonds. Winger Kyle Palmieri’s name is also out there in the rumor mill. He’s got an eight-team no-trade list.

    The Florida Panthers are in the market for a defenseman and a backup goalie. Speculation suggests he has some interest in Ottawa Senators blueliner Dylan DeMelo.

    At least 15 teams could be interested in Jean-Gabriel Pageau if the Ottawa Senators put the center on the trade block.

    The New York Islanders and Winnipeg Jets are in the market for a defenseman
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    THE ATHLETIC: Jesse Granger recently suggested the Vegas Golden Knights require a puck-moving defenseman who can clear the zone and improve their transition game. Options could include a blueliner signed beyond this season like Montreal’s Jeff Petry, a pending restricted free agent like the Rangers’ Tony DeAngelo, or a rental option like Chicago’s Erik Gustafsson or New Jersey’s Sami Vatanen

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    STLTODAY.COM: Jim Thomas reports Blues general manager Doug Armstrong isn’t ruling out the possibility of making a move at the Feb. 24 trade deadline for a top-six forward. “You’re always looking to see if you can improve your team, and if we can improve our team in our top six, I think we can take a look at that,” he said.
    Quiet day in the rumor mill.

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    Hoping the Caps can acquire a veteran defender like a Travis Hamonic to help once playoff time comes. Not sure Siegenthaler is going to hold up during a lengthy playoff run.

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    NEW YORK POST: Larry Brooks expects the Rangers will be sellers at the Feb. 24 trade deadline, regardless of where they are in the standings.

    Brooks expects pending UFAs Chris Kreider and Jesper Fast will be traded if they’re not re-signed by deadline day.
    Though the two sides have yet to open negotiations, Ottawa Senators defenceman is hoping there's "mutual interest" between the two sides on a contract extension.
    Chabot, Zaitsev, Rielly and Wolanin (who hasn't played this season) are the only dmen on the pro team with contracts that extend past this season.

    If the Sens can extend DeMelo that at least gives them 3 dmen who can play top 4. Unless they choose to extend Boro in which case DeMelo may become expendable.

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    Saw some talk on TSN regarding Sens forward JG Pageau and if he could garner a 1st round pick if he were to be moved.

    To me if they had a shot at getting a 1st it would be from a team like the Penguins who are reportedly looking for a top6 forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuddyR2603 View Post
    Saw some talk on TSN regarding Sens forward JG Pageau and if he could garner a 1st round pick if he were to be moved.

    To me if they had a shot at getting a 1st it would be from a team like the Penguins who are reportedly looking for a top6 forward.
    Do they even have the money for him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThomasTomasz View Post
    Do they even have the money for him?
    I believe they have around 3Mil to play with, LTIR has cleared up some cap.

    SPORTSNET: Elliotte Friedman reports the Toronto Maple Leafs have looked into Minnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba.
    THE ATHLETIC: With the Winnipeg Jets reportedly in the market for a top-four defenseman, Ken Wiebe wondered if they might revisit their earlier interest in Buffalo Sabres blueliner Rasmus Ristolainen. He also listed Ristolainen’s teammate Colin Miller, Los Angeles’ Alec Martinez, Ottawa’s Dylan DeMelo, and New Jersey’s Damon Severson.

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    NBC SPORTS: Adam Gretz examined how losing defenseman Dougie Hamilton to a fractured fibula could affect Carolina Hurricanes GM Don Waddell’s trade plans. Waddell admitted he was in the market for a defenseman before Hamilton’s injury, but his absence could change the type of player he could target in the trade market.
    THE ATHLETIC: Michael Russo took note of recent speculation suggesting the Florida Panthers could move either Mike Hoffman or Evgenii Dadonov at the trade deadline. Both are unrestricted free agents in July and the Panthers might not be able to re-sign them both.
    KUKLA’S KORNER: cites tweets by Edmonton Journal’s Jim Matheson linking the Oilers to Detroit Red Wings forward Andreas Athanasiou. He thinks Oilers GM Ken Holland wants to add more speed to his forward lines. Athanasiou is having a lousy year in Detroit, but Matheson considers him a top-six forward.
    There were rumblings a couple seasons ago of a possible Hoffman to Bos scenerio. Wonder what the cost on him is.

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    BOSTON GLOBE: Kevin Paul Dupont suggests the Bruins should consider trading center David Krejci. He points out Krejci’s line has been inconsistent this season. The veteran center is 33 and has a year left on his contract with an annual average salary of $7.25 million.
    Just based off a quick look at his stats, and looks like Krejci will almost/get to 70 points again this season. I don't follow the Bruins closely but wasn't secondary scoring an issue? Don't get this rumor.

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