In today’s roundup of NHL rumors, Joel Edmundson comments on the potential to impress the NHL trade deadline. Max Domme also spoke about a potential trade and said he would like to stay in ChicagoMinnesotaHe Wild VancouverHe blocked CanucksHe got in touch about VozerArizonaHe said Coyote at least he has one tradeHe Deadline He will deal with a third party He will act as a broker.
Edmundson on a possible deal
Marc Antoine Godin of The Athletic discussed rumors that the Montreal Canadiens might trade defenseman Joel Edmundson for Edmundson himself. He said this was the first time he had to think about dealing with a place like this.
“In this market, it’s hard to turn on the TV or be on social media and avoid it. I thought it was possible and it happened, so it’s not surprising, then I signed for Montreal, and that’s the first time.”
Source – ‘Canadiens’ Joel Edmundson is experiencing trade rumors for the first time in his career” – Marc Antoine Godin – The Athletic – 01/06/2023
Edmundson said he hopes he can stay in Montreal, and said general manager Kent Hughes has been in good communication with the players regarding what the organization plans to do.
Wild told the Canucks about Vozer
Vancouver Hockey Insider Rob Simpson reports Minnesota Wild is among the teams that have reached out to the Canucks about a Brock Vozer trade. Things had calmed down and Boser himself wasn’t very productive: 22 goals in 31 appearances.
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According to one source, the pressure to play closer to home (Boeser grew up in St. Paul) didn’t bother the forward. The Wild has $6 million in cap space and Vozer is making $6.5 million per season. It is not believed that the Canucks want to keep their salary in the Vozer trade.
Coyote could be forced to act as a third-party broker
Frank Seravalli examines a team of potential third-party brokers to facilitate some NHL Trade Deadline deals and notes that the Arizona Coyotes may have little choice but to join the action. bottom. he wrote: If they trade Jakob Chiklun, they might be messing with the salary cap floor, so it makes sense to be in the retention game, plus they can take on bad contracts. ”
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This means Arizona will have to find a team they’re looking to do a deal with Rentals, but they can’t afford to do a direct deal, or even do so while retaining 50% salary. Coyote must then sign a contract with that team and receive an extra salary for the draft pick.
This also limits Arizona’s ability to not give back salaries in the Chiclun deal. In other words, if they deal directly with another team, it’s not just for draft picks and prospects.
The Blackhawks told the team they would take a bad contract
Selavali also said, “We’ve let everyone know that the Blackhawks are willing to act as a dumping ground for bad contracts.” We’re ready.” Chicago are expected to move Patrick Kane, Jonathan Towes, Max Domi, Andreas Attanasio and more. It’s not clear if Kane or Tooes agreed to accept the trade, and those conversations still need to take place.
Speaking with The Athletic’s Scott Powers, Domi said he wanted to stay in Chicago and help rebuild the club rather than a half-season footnote. He enjoys it and wants to be part of the team’s success. he explained:
I really enjoyed my time here. I’m sure my agent and Kyle will keep talking. But I want to be part of this move forward. If so, I will do everything I can to help with this. If not, I wish them the very best. My experience here is top to bottom. It was wonderful. Winning or losing was tough. Everything else, the staff, the teammates, the coaching staff, this whole locker room was just amazing people. I hope it goes well, but again, this is business. ”
Source – “Why Max Domi Wants To Stay With The Blackhawks Beyond This Season” – Scott Powers – The Athletic – Jan 8, 2023
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