NHL Rumors: New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, and the Anaheim Ducks
Rangers attempting to trade Libor Hajek

Mark Sanchez of the New York Post: Larry Brooks reports that New York Rangers GM Chris Drury is attempting to trade defenseman Libor Hajek. If they were to put him on waivers they would likely lose him.

Larry Brooks: The Rangers are keeping 8 defensemen in the meantime and sent out Vitali Kravtsov and Morgan Barron to the AHL. Hajek stays with the group in the meantime.

Blackhawks seeking to move Dylan Strome?

NHL Watcher: Friedman on his 31 Thoughts Podcast on the Chicago Blackhawks:

“I’m hearing some stuff about the potential of maybe Dylan Strome moving”.

Are the Ducks the very best landing area for Jack Eichel?

NHL Watcher: Elliotte Friedman on his 31 Thoughts Podcast on the Jack Eichel scenario:

“I think the problem is, first of all you need to clear cap room to make a deal, so I don’t think teams are necessarily going to take great players off their roster…We talked about this, they’re (Buffalo) more interested in picks and prospects”.

“To me if anyone’s doing that deal right now it’s a team like Anaheim, but they’re grinding away with teams that might eventually do it”.

Ducks that might be moved this year

Eric Stephens of The Athletic: (mailbag) John Gibson to the Pittsburgh Penguins has actually been hypothesized in the past. Can’t see the Penguins wishing to trade Jake Guentzel. Would forward Kasperi Kapanen and a 2022 first-round choice work? Tristan Jarry returning to the Ducks makes some short-term sense.

Before would state ‘absolutely’ that John Gibson would begin the 2022-23 season with the Ducks today isn’t as sure.

Josh Manson and Rickard Rakell remain in the last year of their agreements. Both gamers require to recuperate from in 2015 and increase their rental trade worth. Rakell ought to be having fun with Trevor Zegras and Max Comtois so he’ll remain in a position to set up some offending numbers.

If Rakell has the ability to be on a 20-plus objective rate, he ought to draw interest from some competitors.

Adam Henrique has actually 3 years left on his agreement at a $5.8 million cap. The Ducks keeping as much as half of his wage may intrigue some groups.

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