On the Beat: Could the Rangers trade Drury to make room for Sundin?

Posted by Richard Pollock in On the Beat on December 17, 2008 — No Comments
  • In sad news, Ducks netminder J.S. Giguere’s father has passed awayAs the article points out, the Ducks have tried their best to help him through this tough time.
  • Here are the Bruins line combinations from practice this morning.  Really amazing how well the team has played without much scoring from Patrice Bergeron.
  • Mike Keenan says during his time in St. Louis he was ordered to trade the team’s star players.  Keenan doesn’t mince words here.
  • The Hurricanes have activted Frank Kaberle off of IR.  Gives the Canes another puck-mover on the blue line.
  • Could Chris Drury be on the move from the Big Apple?  Adrian Dater thinks so.  I could see the Avs making a major push.
  • Here are the lines for the Blue Jackets this morning.  I wonder if it may be time to move Brassard back up to center Nash?
  • Scott Clemmensen will start the second half of the Devils’ back-to-back tonight in Buffalo.  It has become apparent that Sutter has very little confidence in Kevin Weekes
  • Lots of news and notes from Wild camp today courtesy of Michael Russo.  I think Burns’s move back to defense is very, very significant, even though it is overshadowed by Gaborik’s return to the line-up.
  • Here are the Habs lines from practice today.  A reunion on the top line.
  • Seth Rorabaugh of Empty Netters has an interesting list of the teams that have had the top two NHL point scorers on the same team in one season.  I love Gretzky’s 205 to Coffey’s 126.  Insane!
  • Seems like the Bolts players like Rick TocchetCertainly a good thing after the trouble with Melrose.
  • Some notes from Capitals practice.  Nothing too significant.