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by Paul on 09/10/09 at 10:25 PM ET
Buccigross loves Twitter,
frolov and stoll to Ottawa..Marleau to LA
update 8:28pm, Scratch that, fake Buccigross.
update 8:30pm, Ha, maybe not fake, but tweet is no longer there.
added 9:08pm, via ESPN,
The Ottawa Senators have reached an agreement to send Dany Heatley to the San Jose Sharks, NHL sources told ESPN’s John Buccigross.
The 28-year-old forward was part of a three-team deal that will send the Sharks’ Patrick Marleau to the Los Angeles Kings and the Kings’ Alexander Frolov and Jarret Stoll to the Senators.
Both Sharks GM Doug Wilson and Senators GM Bryan Murray denied the three-way trade when reached by ESPN.com.
added 9:52pm, from James Gordon of Hockey Capital at the Ottawa Citizen,
The Ottawa Senators have announced Dany Heatley won’t be attending a team golf tournament Friday amid reports the disgruntled winger has been dealt.
added 10:01pm, via the Kings official Twitter,
Kings are aware of today’s ESPN report but there is nothing to it.
added 10:07pm, via Rich Hammond of Inside the Kings,
Well, that’s the two-word text-messaged response from Dean Lombardi, in regard to the ESPN-reported Marleau/Frolov-Stoll/Heatley trade: ``Complete bull.’‘
added 10:25pm, from Allen Panzeri of the Ottawa Citizen,
Murray is also getting increasingly frustrated with the many and various rumours about possible destinations for Heatley. Every time a new team is mentioned as being in the mix, Murray ends up getting a call from a general manager asking how his team ever ended up being named because it isn’t remotely interested. Murray knows rumours come with the territory, but they’re still annoying.
added 10:37pm, from Bob McKenzie of TSN,
Amid reports that the Ottawa Senators have traded Dany Heatley to the San Jose Sharks as part of a three-way deal with the Los Angeles Kings, sources tell TSN nothing could be further from the truth.
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