Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Kessel available?

According to The Boston Globe, the Boston Bruins must make a trade to save their their season. Writer Kevin Paul Dupont suggests that forward Phil Kessel would be the best asset to prospective teams. His speed and youth, along with his low salary could be used as trade bait to help the offensively-challenged Bruins. Dupont also suggest that goalie Tuukka Rask and defenseman Mark Stuart will also bring bidders. Source

News you might have missed:

Dave King has been hired to coach The Adler Mannheim (Mannheim Eagles) of the DEL in Germany. King won his first game with the Eagles, a 7-2 victory over Düsseldorf. King will be getting Mannheim ready for the Spengler Cup. Based on his experiences in Russia, King wrote a book with writer Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail. The book is titled ‘King of Russia, a year in the Russian Super League.' King's last job was in Sweden coaching the Malmo Redhawks in the Swedish Elite League. Source

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