Kane clears waivers as his representative deals with a trade
Pierre LeBrun: San Jose Sharks Evander Kane clears waivers.
Rick Dhaliwal: The San Jose Sharks want to keep income on an Evander Kane trade. A trade is being dealt with.
Dan Milstein now represents Kane and has actually been connecting to groups, consisting of the Vancouver Canucks.
Rick Dhaliwal: Milstein on a possible Kane trade: “We have multiple options on the table, I will be making phone calls to teams including Vancouver.”
Six pending UFAs who might end up being trade targets
Luke Fox of Sportsnet: There are some groups who may be creating a strategy for their trade due date and who may they provide. That might consist of groups like the Buffalo Sabres, New York Islanders, Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, Chicago Blackhawks, Vancouver Canucks, Seattle Kraken, and the Arizona Coyotes.
Six rental gamers who might have a brand-new house come the March trade due date.
Scott Wedgewood – Goaltender – Coyotes – Could be a good backup choice.
Ben Chiarot – Left-handed Defenseman – Canadiens – Carries a $3.5 million and can play difficult minutes.
Colin Miller – Right-handed Defenseman – Sabres – Playing over 20 minutes a night. Might be a third-pairing defenseman on a competitor.
Zach Sanford – Left Wing – Senators – 27-year old has actually won a Cup with the Blues and would be a depth addition.
Phil Kessel – Right Wing – Coyotes – Not scoring like the when did however a Cup run might revitalize him.
Could the Canucks make Horvat offered? Lots of UFAs for Sakic
Luke Fox of Sportsnet: Sportsnet Nick Kypreos questioned if the Vancouver Canucks would make Bo Horvat offered. He’s under agreement through 2023. He’ll be 28-years old when his offer ends and might be searching for 7 years at around $7 million per.
Trade due date chips the Canucks may have are Tyler Motte, Brad Hunt, Jaroslav Halak, and Brandon Sutter.
Colorado Avalanche GM Joe Sakic has a huge list of unlimited complimentary representatives: Darcy Kuemper, Andre Burakovsky, Nazem Kadri, Valeri Nichushkin, Darren Helm, Kiefer Sherwood, Ryan Murray, Kurtis MacDermid, Jack Johnson, and Pavel Francouz.