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NHL Morning Papers (Canada Day Edition): Dany Heatley says no to Edmonton, Canadiens almost traded Carey Price and Andrei Markov and Wings not optimistic about keeping Marian Hossa

NHL Free Agency

Trade Rumors

Jay Bouwmeester Signing

Scott Gomez Trade

  • Scott Gomez has proven to be a reliable player over the years, writes Sean Gordon.
  • “I had a list of teams where I didn’t want to go, but obviously Montreal wasn’t on that list,” said Scott Gomez.
  • Trading Scott Gomez has given the Rangers a lot more flexibility than they had yesterday morning.
  • The Rangers are hoping that Chris Higgins can get his scoring touch back on Broadway.

Dany Heatley Trade

  • Dany Heatley has (at least before sleeping on it) rejected a trade to Edmonton.
  • It appears that Heatley wants to go to NY instead of Edmonton. (Writer’s note: This is a complete joke.  If you demand a trade from a team, then you accept wherever they deal you.  Dany Heatley is deserving of all this negative press.)
  • Bruce Garrioch writes that Heatley has put the screws to Ottawa again.

Everything Else 

  • Jerry Moyes and Jim Balsillie think Jerry Reinsdorf’s offer to purchase the Coyotes doesn’t satisfy the team’s creditors.
  • Bill Daly thinks the Coyotes can be a success in the desert.
  • Brian Burke continues to follow through on his promise to make the Leafs a bigger team.
  • Thrashers defenseman Ron Hainsey was invited to the US Olympic camp this summer.
  • The Panthers have let the fans in on their joke, writes Dave Hyde.
  • The Devils didn’t qualify Andy Greene, but that doesn’t mean they don’t want to re-sign him.
  • Washington has to take care of its own players before entering into free agency.

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