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Panthers trade Seidenberg to Bruins

Blog: KK Hockey By Tony

From TSN’s Bob McKenzie’s Tweet:

Full deal: Boston acquires Seidenberg and Bartowski from Fla for Craig Weller, Byron Bitz and a 2nd round pick.

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  Tags: nhl-hockey

Leafs trade Martin Skoula to Devils

Blog: KK Hockey By Tony

Per TSN’s Bob McKenzie’s Tweet:

Martin Skoula to New Jersey is confirmed. Done.

added 11:20am:  Leafs get a 2010 5th round pick in return.

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  Tags: new+jersey+devils, nhl-hockey, toronto+maple+leafs

Morris Headed To Phoenix Again

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

via Bob McKenzie tweet,

Derek Morris to Phoenix from Boston , pending trade call.

added 10:35am, Bruins receive a 2011 4th round pick in return.

added 11:45am,

GLENDALE, ARIZONA —Phoenix Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney announced today that the Coyotes have acquired defenseman Derek Morris from the Boston Bruins in exchange for a conditional draft choice in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.

“We are very excited to have brought Derek Morris back to the Coyotes organization,” said Maloney. “Derek is a talented, versatile defenseman who will strengthen our blueline. His leadership and tenacity will be welcomed in our dressing room.”


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  Tags: derek+morris

I NOW Consider Sidney Crosby A Hall Of Famer

Blog: The Puck Stops Here By PuckStopsHere

I think the Olympic performance of two players cemented them in as Hall of Famers, regardless of anything that happens in the future of their careers.  Yesterday, I wrote about Jarome Iginla.  In the comments section, I was asked about the other one - Sidney Crosby.  I didn’t address why he was not on my Hall of Fame list yesterday, because in fact he is.  I wanted to have separate posts for Iginla and Crosby - and at this point I feel Iginla has a slightly better Hall of Fame case so I wrote his first.

Sidney Crosby has been in the NHL for four and two thirds seasons approximately.  This is a rather short tenure to have a Hall of Fame career, but he has done it.  In that time, Crosby has a Hart and Art Ross Trophy.  He has a Stanley Cup victory.  He now has an Olympic victory, where he scored the gold medal winning goal.

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Follow Along

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

Jay Onrait of TSN has started his popular trade deadline blog.  Make sure to stop in a few times today.

Also, TSN has a pretty cool trade tracker and you can even listen to their show there too.

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Watching The Trade Show

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

You can watch the TSN Trade Center coverage on the NHL Network in the US and also watch a stream of the show at NHL.com (embed code disabled)

Coverage started at 8:00am and runs until 6:00pm ET.

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What Do You Think Of This Hit By T.J. Oshie On Ed Jovanovski Lsat Night?

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

No penalty on the hit.

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  Tags: ed+jovanovski, t.j.+oshie

Chicago Not Interested In A Goalie

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

Scotty Bowman of Fan590 this morning was asked about Chicago looking for a goalie.  His reply was a simple no and said the organization is laughing at all the goalie talk involving the Blackhawks.

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Leafs Make Moves For The Future

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from Damien Cox of the Toronto Star,

If Brian Burke was worried about the embarrassment of finishing dead last in the NHL and giving the first pick in this summer’s draft to the Boston Bruins, he’s not showing it.

The Maple Leafs president/GM dumped one of his best forwards, Alexei Ponikarovsky, on Tuesday night in a deal that might help the Leafs down the road, but certainly not right away. He picked up a prospect, local boy Luca Caputi, in the deal, along with a veteran defenceman Martin Skoula.

Skoula might help in the short term, but it’s more likely he’ll be flipped by Wednesday’s trade deadline. Moreover, underachieving winger Lee Stempniak, another veteran, may also be moved for a draft pick, further weakening the Toronto roster.

So, clearly, Burke has already accepted the reality that the Phil Kessel deal with the Bruins will prove to be more costly than originally imagined. Leaf fans might as well accept it, too.


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Good Morning

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

In just over 8 hours, this trade watch is over and we are back to normal.

In the meantime, I will be here to provide you all the trade moves of the day.

Please pour me another coffee.

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