NHL Rumors: Vancouver Canucks, and the Florida Panthers

Danila Klimovich hasn’t requested for a trade

Rick Dhaliwal: Vancouver Canucks Danila Klimovich has actually been a healthy scratch however his representative Dan Milstein is all right with the Canucks advancement prepare for his customer: “I am happy with the plan going forward for Danila. We have not asked for a trade, he will not play for another team or go to junior.”

The Panthers have a long time prior to they require to clear income

David Pagnotta: Irfaan Gaffar and Pagnotta on some ‘Market Rumblings.”

** NHLRumors.com transcription

Gaffar: “It’s funny you mentioned LTIR and cap space and things of that nature. The Florida Panthers are going to welcome Anthony Duclair back when he’s ready to return to the lineup. How are they going to make it work?”

Pagnotta: “Well I discussed the scenario with Toronto. Similar to Edmonton. Why can’t you simply include somebody to change Evander Kane? Well, you need to have cap area once they return.

Florida does not have cap area to have Anthony Duclair return in the lineup eventually later on next month. So his $3 million cap hit needs to be cleared or he can’t play.

So they’re going to be beginning, they’re beginning today, Bill Zito is. They’re browsing the league to see what choices are readily available to them in regards to maximizing some cap area.

Does that imply leaving a Patric Hornqvist? And does that mean to need to rewards a group to handle his $5.4 million cap struck? Are there other opportunities they can check out?

I don’t believe they have much of a cravings to move Duclair and his $3 million cap hit. It would ease any pressure for them for the time being however truly what this boils down to, is them taking a look at other choices and options to see how they can produce some extra cap area.

That’s going to be intriguing to view in South Florida over these next couple of weeks.

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