In today’s NHL rumors we look at the Edmonton Oilers eyeing the Detroit Red Wings management team, the Buffalo Sabres saga with Jeff Skinner the Anaheim Ducks shutting down Ryan Kesler and the Islanders possibly trading Nick Leddy.
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In today’s NHL rumors, we discuss Mats Zuccarello, the Philadelphia Flyers, the Detroit Red Wings, and the extension plans for Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Jon Cooper.
In today’s NHL rumors, we discuss the LA Kings the Ottawa Senators, Detroit Red Wings, and Philadelphia Flyers. What’s so special about these four teams during a slower news day?
In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on the New York Islanders, Minnesota Wild, and the March NHL GM meetings.
In today’s NHL rumors we look at the Vancouver Canucks, New Jersey Devils and Taylor Hall, the Edmonton Oilers interest in Connor Brown out of Toronto, and if the Winnipeg Jets were really going to land Wayne Simmonds?
On the 13th episode of The Hockey Writers Podcast, Brandon Share-Cohen and I chat all things NHL Trade Deadline day analysis.
While away from the Toronto Maple Leafs lineup, the team missed the contributions of forward Tyler Ennis who just returned to the team after suffering a broken ankle in a game versus the New York Rangers on Dec. 22.
In today’s rumor rundown, we look at a few more deals that didn’t materialize on trade deadline day and a couple of deals that were rumored to be out there but have been shot down by those that would likely know better than the sources who reported them.
Even though their scheduled segment was cut for time, it appears Mandy Rose versus SmackDown Live Women’s Champion Asuka is apparently set and now official for WWE Fastlane.
For fans who watched Tuesday’s edition of SmackDown Live, they were surprised to see Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy team up as a tag team once again when they defeated The Bar. Not only was it shocking to see Matt return, but it was an unannounced treat.