June 26 2015 08:20AM
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The Colorado Avalanche have taken advantage of one team's cap struggles, and in effect, have created their own. In acquiring forward Carl Soderberg from the Boston Bruins for peanuts, the organization has effectively locked itself out of keeping one of its best fowards.
June 26 2015 07:01AM
We're going to be dropping by with quick hits of news all day leading up to tonight's draft to keep you (and ourselves) up to speed, and why not get things starting with what sounds like important info regarding the fourth overall pick?
June 26 2015 06:32AM
For a while now, we haven't really talked about Erie Otters centre Dylan Strome.
That doesn't mean that Strome tumbled down the draft rankings, or that we at TLN soured on him... We actually stopped talking about him because it'd been suggested to us pretty strongly that the Arizona Coyotes were pretty much set on drafting him with the third overall pick.
We stopped talking about Strome in the same way we've never really talked about Connor McDavid or Jack Eichel. It was irrelevant.
That might be changing pretty quickly.
It certainly sounds like Arizona is leaning towards trading the No. 3 overall pick. Multiple teams interested, incl CBJ, WPG and perhaps BOS— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) June 26, 2015
Most of the teams interested in getting the No. 3 pick want it to draft a D, either Noah Hanifin or Ivan Provorov.— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) June 26, 2015
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June 26 2015 06:00AM
New salary cap and it's effect on teams, Mark Giordano's asking price, a fight between two first overall picks, Bieksa, Lucic, Bozak, McDavid and all the draft and trade news you can handle in this week's Roundup.
June 25 2015 07:34PM
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This afternoon, Brendan Shanahan said something that made me very happy.
Shanahan wouldn't rule out moving up or down with 4th overall pick, but "Right now we’re expecting to pick fourth."— Jonas Siegel (@jonasTSN1050) June 25, 2015
I've been told by a lot of different people lately that the Toronto Maple Leafs really like the Brandon Wheat Kings' Ivan Provorov. So much so in fact, that they might trade down a couple spots where they still believe they could get him, and pick up an additional asset. I'm not so sure that's a good idea.