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Post by ~Sheila~ on Wed Mar 05, 2014 2:41 pm

The NHL's trade deadline day has arrived and teams have just hours remaining to make trades to gear up for playoff runs or obtain assets for the future.

On the same day Steven Stamkos announced he is ready to return to the lineup, the Tampa Bay Lightning traded Martin St. Louis to the New York Rangers in exchange for Ryan Callahan, a first round pick (2015) and second round pick (2014).

The Los Angeles Kings acquired forward Marian Gaborik from the Columbus Blue Jackets for forward Matt Frattin and two draft picks.

The Ottawa Senators acquired Edmonton Oilers forward Ales Hemsky for a third round pick (2015) and a fifth round pick (2014). In other news, the Senators have signed defenceman Chris Phillips a two-year, $5 million contract.

The Buffalo Sabres and Minnesota Wild continue trade talks involving forward Matt Moulson. In New Jersey, goaltender Martin Brodeur was not on the ice for the Devils' optional morning skate.

Atop the list of names still available to be traded are Vancouver Canucks forward Ryan Kesler, New York Islanders scorer Thomas Vanek, Buffalo Sabres forward Matt Moulson and Sabres veteran defenceman Christian Ehrhoff.

In other trades:

The New Jersey Devils acquired forward Tuomo Ruutu from the Carolina Hurricanes for forward Andrei Loktionov and a conditional third-round pick (2017).

The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired forward Marcel Goc from the Florida Panthers in exchange for a third round pick (2015) and a fifth round pick (2014).

The Dallas Stars acquired goaltender Tim Thomas from the Florida Panthers.

The Columbus Blue Jackets acquired defenceman Nick Schultz from the Edmonton Oilers for a fifth round pick.

The Buffalo Sabres traded Brayden McNabb and two second round picks to the Los Angeles Kings for prospects Hudson Fasching and Nicolas Deslauriers.

The Montreal Canadiens acquired goaltender Devan Dubnyk from the Nashville Predators for future considerations and assigned him to the Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL).


Sad to see Cally leaving the Rangers. 
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Post by guppy on Wed Mar 05, 2014 3:57 pm

~Sheila~ wrote:The NHL's trade deadline day has arrived and teams have just hours remaining to make trades to gear up for playoff runs or obtain assets for the future.

On the same day Steven Stamkos announced he is ready to return to the lineup, the Tampa Bay Lightning traded Martin St. Louis to the New York Rangers in exchange for Ryan Callahan, a first round pick (2015) and second round pick (2014).

The Los Angeles Kings acquired forward Marian Gaborik from the Columbus Blue Jackets for forward Matt Frattin and two draft picks.

The Ottawa Senators acquired Edmonton Oilers forward Ales Hemsky for a third round pick (2015) and a fifth round pick (2014). In other news, the Senators have signed defenceman Chris Phillips a two-year, $5 million contract.

The Buffalo Sabres and Minnesota Wild continue trade talks involving forward Matt Moulson. In New Jersey, goaltender Martin Brodeur was not on the ice for the Devils' optional morning skate.

Atop the list of names still available to be traded are Vancouver Canucks forward Ryan Kesler, New York Islanders scorer Thomas Vanek, Buffalo Sabres forward Matt Moulson and Sabres veteran defenceman Christian Ehrhoff.

In other trades:

The New Jersey Devils acquired forward Tuomo Ruutu from the Carolina Hurricanes for forward Andrei Loktionov and a conditional third-round pick (2017).

The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired forward Marcel Goc from the Florida Panthers in exchange for a third round pick (2015) and a fifth round pick (2014).

The Dallas Stars acquired goaltender Tim Thomas from the Florida Panthers.

The Columbus Blue Jackets acquired defenceman Nick Schultz from the Edmonton Oilers for a fifth round pick.

The Buffalo Sabres traded Brayden McNabb and two second round picks to the Los Angeles Kings for prospects Hudson Fasching and Nicolas Deslauriers.

The Montreal Canadiens acquired goaltender Devan Dubnyk from the Nashville Predators for future considerations and assigned him to the Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL).


Sad to see Cally leaving the Rangers. 


Oh oh.  Dem Rangers are making a move.  Martin St. Louis is No. 8 in the league in points scored.  They just added some offense, although I always thought Callahan was a good player. 


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Re: Hockey Trades...

Post by ~Sheila~ on Wed Mar 05, 2014 5:37 pm

guppy wrote:
~Sheila~ wrote:The NHL's trade deadline day has arrived and teams have just hours remaining to make trades to gear up for playoff runs or obtain assets for the future.

On the same day Steven Stamkos announced he is ready to return to the lineup, the Tampa Bay Lightning traded Martin St. Louis to the New York Rangers in exchange for Ryan Callahan, a first round pick (2015) and second round pick (2014).

The Los Angeles Kings acquired forward Marian Gaborik from the Columbus Blue Jackets for forward Matt Frattin and two draft picks.

The Ottawa Senators acquired Edmonton Oilers forward Ales Hemsky for a third round pick (2015) and a fifth round pick (2014). In other news, the Senators have signed defenceman Chris Phillips a two-year, $5 million contract.

The Buffalo Sabres and Minnesota Wild continue trade talks involving forward Matt Moulson. In New Jersey, goaltender Martin Brodeur was not on the ice for the Devils' optional morning skate.

Atop the list of names still available to be traded are Vancouver Canucks forward Ryan Kesler, New York Islanders scorer Thomas Vanek, Buffalo Sabres forward Matt Moulson and Sabres veteran defenceman Christian Ehrhoff.

In other trades:

The New Jersey Devils acquired forward Tuomo Ruutu from the Carolina Hurricanes for forward Andrei Loktionov and a conditional third-round pick (2017).

The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired forward Marcel Goc from the Florida Panthers in exchange for a third round pick (2015) and a fifth round pick (2014).

The Dallas Stars acquired goaltender Tim Thomas from the Florida Panthers.

The Columbus Blue Jackets acquired defenceman Nick Schultz from the Edmonton Oilers for a fifth round pick.

The Buffalo Sabres traded Brayden McNabb and two second round picks to the Los Angeles Kings for prospects Hudson Fasching and Nicolas Deslauriers.

The Montreal Canadiens acquired goaltender Devan Dubnyk from the Nashville Predators for future considerations and assigned him to the Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL).


Sad to see Cally leaving the Rangers. 


Oh oh.  Dem Rangers are making a move.  Martin St. Louis is No. 8 in the league in points scored.  They just added some offense, although I always thought Callahan was a good player. 




Yes, they need the scoring!!  Callahan always gave 100%.  He'll be missed as he was their captain.
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Post by guppy on Thu Mar 06, 2014 12:25 pm

~Sheila~ wrote:
guppy wrote:
~Sheila~ wrote:The NHL's trade deadline day has arrived and teams have just hours remaining to make trades to gear up for playoff runs or obtain assets for the future.

On the same day Steven Stamkos announced he is ready to return to the lineup, the Tampa Bay Lightning traded Martin St. Louis to the New York Rangers in exchange for Ryan Callahan, a first round pick (2015) and second round pick (2014).

The Los Angeles Kings acquired forward Marian Gaborik from the Columbus Blue Jackets for forward Matt Frattin and two draft picks.

The Ottawa Senators acquired Edmonton Oilers forward Ales Hemsky for a third round pick (2015) and a fifth round pick (2014). In other news, the Senators have signed defenceman Chris Phillips a two-year, $5 million contract.

The Buffalo Sabres and Minnesota Wild continue trade talks involving forward Matt Moulson. In New Jersey, goaltender Martin Brodeur was not on the ice for the Devils' optional morning skate.

Atop the list of names still available to be traded are Vancouver Canucks forward Ryan Kesler, New York Islanders scorer Thomas Vanek, Buffalo Sabres forward Matt Moulson and Sabres veteran defenceman Christian Ehrhoff.

In other trades:

The New Jersey Devils acquired forward Tuomo Ruutu from the Carolina Hurricanes for forward Andrei Loktionov and a conditional third-round pick (2017).

The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired forward Marcel Goc from the Florida Panthers in exchange for a third round pick (2015) and a fifth round pick (2014).

The Dallas Stars acquired goaltender Tim Thomas from the Florida Panthers.

The Columbus Blue Jackets acquired defenceman Nick Schultz from the Edmonton Oilers for a fifth round pick.

The Buffalo Sabres traded Brayden McNabb and two second round picks to the Los Angeles Kings for prospects Hudson Fasching and Nicolas Deslauriers.

The Montreal Canadiens acquired goaltender Devan Dubnyk from the Nashville Predators for future considerations and assigned him to the Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL).


Sad to see Cally leaving the Rangers. 


Oh oh.  Dem Rangers are making a move.  Martin St. Louis is No. 8 in the league in points scored.  They just added some offense, although I always thought Callahan was a good player. 




Yes, they need the scoring!!  Callahan always gave 100%.  He'll be missed as he was their captain.


The Bruins made no move at the deadline.  This, despite the fact that their Number 2 defenseman behind Chara, Dennis Seidenberg, is out for year  with a knee.  I thought, like most fans, they need help on the blue line for the stretch run and the playoffs.  Oh well, they must have confidence in the young guys coming up from the minor leagues, so they stayed put.

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Re: Hockey Trades...

Post by ~Sheila~ on Thu Mar 06, 2014 12:31 pm

guppy wrote:
~Sheila~ wrote:
guppy wrote:



Sad to see Cally leaving the Rangers. 


Oh oh.  Dem Rangers are making a move.  Martin St. Louis is No. 8 in the league in points scored.  They just added some offense, although I always thought Callahan was a good player. 




Yes, they need the scoring!!  Callahan always gave 100%.  He'll be missed as he was their captain.


The Bruins made no move at the deadline.  This, despite the fact that their Number 2 defenseman behind Chara, Dennis Seidenberg, is out for year  with a knee.  I thought, like most fans, they need help on the blue line for the stretch run and the playoffs.  Oh well, they must have confidence in the young guys coming up from the minor leagues, so they stayed put.


I was watching to see if they made a trade, but nope!  You're probably correct.
Rangers lost in OT last night, even with the great St. Louis!  Rangers haven't been playing well since the Olympic break. 
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Post by ~Sheila~ on Mon Mar 10, 2014 2:44 pm

Henrik Lundqvist made his 300th career win yesterday with a shut out over the Red Wings, 3 - 0!!!    Woot!!
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