Best known for giving the Toronto Maple Leafs their 21st captain in franchise history, the Calgary Flames have been dance partners at the trade table with the Leafs a number of times over the last little while. While they haven’t dealt with each other since Sept. 2013, the Leafs and Flames did exchange players and
The Los Angeles Kings have, for the most part, had a steady yet unspectacular season to date. The team’s baseline throughout the majority of its 2017-18 campaign is being on the precipice of leapfrogging the likes of the St. Louis Blues, Minnesota Wild, Anaheim Ducks and San Jose Sharks for a highly sought-after playoff spot.
The Ottawa Senators couldn’t afford to wait until Erik Karlsson’s contract situation was sorted out to start making changes, and Tuesday night’s trade looks like the first step in their retool. By sending veteran defender Dion Phaneuf and Nate Thompson to the Los Angeles Kings for Marian Gaborik and Nick Shore, the Sens created a little
The Los Angeles Kings have traded forwards Marian Gaborik and Nick Shore to the Ottawa Senators in exchange for defenseman Dion Phaneuf and forward Nate Thompson. The deal was originally rumored to be in the works by Bob McKenzie. As part of the terms of this deal, the Senators will also be retaining 25 percent
In today’s Rumor Rundown we look at a couple veteran defensemen who are likely gone from their current organizations as well as an organization who might move a number of players. Paul Martin on the Move A number of insiders who follow the San Jose Sharks have relayed details on the status of defenseman Paul
The rumors are fast and furious. As such, we’ll be coming hot and heavy for the remaining days leading up to July 1. Teams are talking to pending unrestricted free agents and trades are being considered in order for clubs to make room when the market opens. Related: Rumor Rundown: Tavares, Yakupov, Thornton, More on
Codi Ceci has been informed by the Ottawa Senators that he’ll be protected in the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft. That means either Dion Phaneuf or Marc Methot are likely on their way out of the Senators organization. Dion Phaneuf resubmitted a trade list of 12 teams he’d be willing to accept a trade and it