Monday, January 29, 2007

5 Forwards that can move by the tradeline

Peter Forsberg, Philadelphia: If he's healthy -- and willing -- the former Hart Trophy winner will draw plenty of interest from the Wings, the New York Rangers, Montreal, Vancouver and Atlanta, among others.
Shane Doan, Phoenix: He's the captain in Phoenix and sounds like he wants to stay where he has spent the last decade. If that's the case, the better bet to be sent packing is enigmatic teammate Ladislav Nagy.
Ryan Smyth, Edmonton: The Oilers can't afford to get rid of the face of their franchise. But can they afford his $5 million-plus salary if they don't make the playoffs this season?
Todd Bertuzzi, Phoenix: Assuming he returns to the lineup next month after back surgery in November, Bertuzzi could be dangled by the Panthers, who probably don't like their chances of re-signing him.
Jason Blake, New York Islanders: The team says it wants to keep him, and Blake says he wants to stay. But the speedy winger is due for a big raise after an All-Star season, so getting something in writing might be easier said than done.


Anonymous said...

do you know anything about hockey

Anonymous said...

what are you talking about, are you making those teams up, like really why would atlanta want anyone when they are already over cap