The Anaheim Ducks had a busy trade deadline. First, they traded Ondrej Kase to the Boston Bruins in return for a first-round pick, Axel Andersson and David Backes. Monday morning, they traded Derek Grant to the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for center Kyle Criscuolo and a conditional fourth-round pick and sent Nick Ritchie to the Bruins
Vancouver Canucks’ five possible trade targets Harman Dayal of The Athletic: Unfortunately, Vancouver possesses no first-round pick and has salary cap constraints. However, they are in a unique position. The Pacific Division remains mediocre and Vancouver could make a deep run in the playoffs. That is because of said division. There are a few targets
Babcock safe Sportsnet: Elliotte Friedman said that Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock’s position is safe. “It was one of those weeks in Toronto,” Friedman said Saturday during the Headlines segment of Hockey Night in Canada, as the Maple Leafs lost for a third time in their past four games. “I didn’t get a
Stars GM will be patient and not feeling pressure to make a move Matthew DeFranks of the Dallas Morning News: Dallas Stars GM Jim Nill on the team’s slow start. “To say you’re going to make all these changes, people are thinking about trades or whatever, those things don’t happen overnight,” Nill said. “You just
The Boston Bruins have re-signed Danton Heinen to a two-year contract extension worth $5.6 million. The deal carries an annual cap hit of $2.8 million and will keep Heinen with the team through the 2020-21 season. This deal comes just under a month before Heinen’s arbitration meeting was set to take place on Aug. 3.