according to “The last week or so, the phones have been busier, both from me receiving calls and me making calls,” Holland told NHL.com.
Vanek will be a target of any team looking to add top-six scoring.
“I only know Red Wings hockey, and I like it,” Smith told reporters Tuesday.
We aren’t accustomed to seeing the Detroit Red Wings in a situation like this.
If the Red Wings can’t re-sign Smith before next Wednesday there’s a strong chance he gets moved.
as mentioned in Dorion mentioned that he plans on being patient because prices are high.
The Senators seem happy with their blue line, so Dorion mentioned if the team does make a move it will be at forward.
Much of the trade talk around the Senators has revolved around the future of Curtis Lazar, who Dorion mentioned has garnered interest from around the league.
That’s why Melnyk has given Sens general manager Pierre Dorion “the green light” to make a move that will help secure a post-season berth, according to Sens beat reporter Bruce Garrioch.
Bruins beat reporter Joe Haggerty listed, Gabriel Landeskog, Kevin Shattenkirk, Patrik Berglund and even Jordan Eberle among the Bruins’ potential trade targets.
The Best Dream and Realistic Option at Every Position on 2017 NHL Trade Market
as mentioned in 1 of 11Doug Pensinger/Getty ImagesWith less than one week until the NHL’s March 1 trade deadline, the masses are getting restless.
This season, two additional forces are making the trade deadline murkier than ever.
The “realistic” players are more likely to be on the market—and most likely can be acquired at much more reasonable price points.
The “dream” players are high-end talent, but may not be available except at a very high price.
With all that in mind, here’s a look at players from each position that could be on the move over the next week.
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