NHL Rumors: Trying To Trade Evander Kane Won't Be Easy For The San Jose Sharks

NHL Watcher: Elliotte Friedman on The Jeff Marek Show on San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane: “From what I heard they’re doing to do this as a 3-way, cause it’s very hard to fit Kane’s salary in on a straight up deal unless you’re taking something back that you may not want.”

Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet: If there isn’t anything else that groups must be fretted about that hasn’t been revealed yet, then we moved his agreement and income – $7 million for 3 more years after this season. At $7 million there won’t be much interest, however the Sharks have actually let groups understand they would keep half. At $3.5 million the variety of interested groups boosts. If a 3rd group gets included and gets the cap struck down to $1.75 million, the number grows.

Kane has a three-team trade list that consists of the Winnipeg Jets, which isn’t going to take place.

Kane most likely won’t enter into AHL video game action with the SJ Barracuda up until December 11th.

Kevin Kurz: Kane on his future: “I think we have a good plan in place. I’m not going to get into that too much. But I’m looking forward to it.”

Curtis Pashelka: San Jose Barracuda head coach Roy Summer on Kane: “The bottom line is he wants to get back to the NHL. And you know, this is the first time he’s ever been in the minors, so it’s probably kind of a shock to him. But I think he knows if he does things the right way that he’ll get back there.”

Emily Kaplan: Agent Dan Milstein is speaking to groups to determine interest in Evander Kane. The Sharks want to keep income however it will still be a difficult offer to make. Milstein wouldn’t discuss trade talks.

Larry Brooks of the NY Post: A source has actually stated that there is an Eastern Conference group, and not the New York Rangers that have actually revealed substantial interest in Evander Kane.

Sara Civ: Carolina Hurricanes GM Don Waddell when inquired about the accessibility of Sharks Evander Kane.

“We are always looking to improve our team, but we feel right now we’re in a good place.”

Curtis Pashelka of the San Jose Mercury News: Kane experimented the San Jose Barracuda for the very first time the other day. Kane spoke with the regional media the other day for the very first time because last May.

“I came in today, the same person, the same teammate, the same player that I was and everything went great. I think there’s been a lot of misinformation that’s been said, but I can only control how I work and what I do here, and that’s what I’m doing.”

Kane stated that he is completely immunized and wouldn’t state why he breached league COVID procedure did state he regrets it and has actually done his time.

He has a three-team trade list and was asked if he would broaden it.

“It’s in there for a reason, and that’s my right,” Kane stated. “I’ll let my agent handle that part. It’s definitely nice to have that in my contract.”

 



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