Thursday, February 14, 2008

Jagr talks heat up

Scott Burnside of ESPN believes that New York Rangers forward Jaromir Jagr would be better off on another team. Burnside states that the Rangers could use Jagr to get a top defenseman back, or get some young prospects or draft picks, and suggests defensemen Joni Pitkanen, Rob Blake, John-Michael Liles, Dan Boyle and Bryan McCabe might "enjoy a change of scenery." There's also been rumours that the Vancouver Canucks, Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens could be in the running for the Czech winger.

Burnside also notes that Rangers goaltending prospect Al Montoya could be traded as well. He lists the Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings and Detroit Red Wings as teams that could be interested. Source

There are rumours that the Chicago Blackhawks want to host an outdoor game at Soldier Field, while the Maple Leafs are looking at a game at Rogers Centre.

The Tampa Bay Lightning have been sold to OK Hockey LLC, a group controlled by Los Angeles television and movie producer Oren Koules. Source

The latest NHL rumors from Marty York of Metro News:

York claims his sources and "information" tell him that Toronto Maple Leafs captain Mats Sundin will waive his no trade clause and join the Detroit Red Wings.

There's been talks that the New York Rangers and New York Islanders will meet for an outdoor game at Yankee Stadium or Shea Stadium on Jan 1, 2009.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think Jagr will stay. They just signed Lundqvist and they've got Drury and Gomez for awhile.