Report: Heatley Refuses To Waive No-Trade Clause

More from Now, it gets interesting. Dany Heatley did not waive his no-movement clause to facilitate an agreed-upon trade between the Ottawa Senators and Edmonton Oilers that would have sent Andrew Cogliano, Dustin Penner and Ladislav Smid to Ottawa. For now, and quite possibly forever, the deal is dead. For complete story, click here. […]

Posted by David Minuk in Breaking News,General NHL,Rumors on June 30, 2009

Wings’ Ken Holland: No agreement in place with Marian Hossa

Earlier today a report by Michael Farber of reported that the Wings would likely re-sign Hossa: While nothing will be announced during the Stanley Cup final, unrestricted free agent Marian Hossa likely will be signing a long-term deal, believed to be seven years, to stay with the Red Wings. Interesting as it appeared that Eric […]

Posted by David Minuk in News You Can Use,Rumors on June 2, 2009

Breaking News: NHL Prefers the Coyotes in Winnipeg over Hamilton

From The Globe and Mail NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman told officials with Phoenix Coyotes in early April that the NHL would consider moving the team to Winnipeg but not Hamilton, court filings show. Earl Scudder, a lawyer who works with Coyotes majority owner Jerry Moyes, said in an affidavit filed last night that he told […]

Posted by Drew Mindell in Rumors on May 16, 2009

NHL Playoff Morning Papers (Thursday Edition): Caps have nothing but praise for Varlamov, Sidney Crosby is the hero, again, Where is Pavel Datsyuk?, Patrick Kane understands Savard firing, Radulov back to Nashville, Mike Keenan on the hot seat in Calgary?,

2nd Round Playoff Matchups Eastern Conference Boston Bruins (1) versus Carolina Hurricanes (6) Bruins attempt to finish the rally tonight.  Net worth in game 7 as goalie‘s are key factors to winning the series.  Claude Julien reiterated yesterday that Marc Savard will be able to play in Game 7 tonight.  As last night’s Illegal Curve […]

Posted by David Minuk in Anaheim Ducks,Atlantic Division,Boston Bruins,Calgary Flames,Carolina Hurricanes,Central Division,Chicago Blackhawks,Colorado Avalanche,Detroit Red Wings,Eastern Conference,Edmonton Oilers,Montreal Canadiens,Nashville Predators,NHL Morning Papers,Northeast Division,Northwest Division,Pacific Division,Phoenix Coyotes,Pittsburgh Penguins,Rumors,San Jose Sharks,Southeast Division,Teams,Toronto Maple Leafs,Vancouver Canucks,Washington Capitals,Western Conference on May 14, 2009

Patrick Kane a game-time decision to play Game 3 vs. Flames

From the Chicago Tribune: The Blackhawks’ Patrick Kane is questionable for Game 3 of the Western Conference playoffs against the Calgary Flames tonight. The second-year winger wasn’t on the ice for the morning skate at the Pengrowth Saddledome and afterward Hawks coach Joel Quenneville said Kane was “resting” and a decision on whether he’ll play […]

Posted by David Minuk in Rumors on April 20, 2009

Breaking News: Risebrough fired as Wild GM

From the Minneapolis Star Tribune: Wild GM Doug Risebrough has been fired by owner Craig Leipold, in a surprise decision annouced by the team today. The Wild, in an annoucement released to the media just after noon, said Risebrough’s contract will not be renewed “beyond the 2008-2009 season.” “The entire Minnesota Wild organization is forever […]

Posted by David Minuk in General NHL,Illegal Curve News,Minnesota Wild,Northwest Division,Rumors,Teams,Western Conference on April 16, 2009

Jay Feaster wants the Avs G.M. job

From Adrian Dater of the Denver Post: Just got off the phone with Jay Feaster, the former G.M. of the Tampa Bay Lightning. He has contacted Pierre Lacroix and told him of his great interest in the vacant Avs G.M. job. Feaster has a connection to the Avalanche – he was the G.M. of the […]

Posted by David Minuk in Colorado Avalanche,News You Can Use,Rumors,Teams on April 15, 2009