February 17, 2012

Quick Hits: Grabovski, Leafs, O’Brien, Ruutu

Some NHL Trade Rumors from around the league: TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger reported on Thursday’s edition of Insider Trading, the Toronto Maple Leafs are still working to get Mikhail Grabovski signed to a contract but they also have an offer on the table for his services. The Maple Leafs have a deal that would give them a second-round pick […]

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February 12, 2012

Who Could The Bruins Target?

Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe speculates on what moves the Bruins could make this year saying Carolina’s Jaroslav Spacek or Tuomo Ruutu if he is not resigned by Carolina before the trade deadline, could be realistic options. Stephen Harris of the Boston Herald reports there aren’t many potential trade partners for the Bruins at the moment but also lists a few […]

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February 9, 2012

Hurricanes Want To Re-Sign Ruutu

The Carolina Hurricanes will attempt to re-sign Tuomo Ruutu rather than trade the forward just like they did with Tim Gleason, General Manager Jim Rutherford told ESPN.com Thursday. Rutherford has had trade talks with other teams about Ruutu, who is slated for unrestricted free agency July 1, but met with the Finnish forward this week to gauge his thoughts […]

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February 7, 2012

Sharks Looking To Add A Forward

Like several other contenders, the San Jose Sharks could be looking to add a top-six forward ahead of the trade deadline. David Pollak of the San Jose Mercury News speculates the Sharks shouldn’t count on the healthy and effective return of a historically fragile and currently inconsistent winger. “It’s not complicated. Right wing Martin Havlat remains on injured reserve […]

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February 7, 2012

Rutheford,Ruutu Planning To Meet To Discuss Future

Tuomo Ruutu will meet with Carolina General Manager Jim Rutheford this week to discuss his future with the team. Ruutu is slated to become an unrestricted free agent this summer and has been the subject of several trade rumors.   “I want to talk to him about where he’s at, this season and in the future,” Rutherford […]

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February 6, 2012

Hurricanes Expected To Get Active Soon

The Hurricanes put forward Anthony Stewart on waivers Monday, but the move contending teams are waiting for is the team committing to dealing gritty forward Tuomo Ruutu. According to Bob McKenzie, General manager Jim Rutherford has been talking to teams about Ruutu and the asking price has been steep a significant draft pick and a solid prospect […]

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February 6, 2012

Ruutu’s Price Is High

The New York Post’s Larry Brooks reports that the price for Tuomo Ruutu may currently be a first-round pick, which is a bit too pricey for suitors. Given the type of teams that might be interested the Chicago Blackhawks, Los Angeles Kings, New York Rangers, Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings, it’ll likely be a late-first rounder. The Ottawa Sun’s Bruce Garrioch hears that […]

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February 6, 2012

Who Could The Bruins Target?

The Boston Globe’s Kevin Paul Dupont writes that the Bruins may want to fill the roles vacated by three guys who left last year’s championship squad Mark Recchi, Michael Ryder and Tomas Kaberle — and suggested a handful of players they could trade for. Dupont suggests Ray Whitney might fill Recchi’s leadership role, and this isn’t the first time the B’s have been […]

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February 3, 2012

Quick Hits: Gleason, Suter, Carter, Ruutu, Red Wings, Parise

 Pierre LeBru says that with Carolina inking Tim Gleason to an extension the Flyers now have to regroup in their defensive search. He says that Montreal’s Hal Gill could be an option with his experience, shot-blocking and penalty-killing ability. He says that Dallas defenseman Nicklas Grossman and Toronto’s Luke Schenn could also be targets. Darren Dreger says that many teams around the league believe the Predators All-Star defenseman Ryan […]

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January 29, 2012

Blackhawks And Senators Frontrunners To Land Ruutu

Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal reports that the Chicago Blackhawks and Ottawa Senators appear to be the frontrunners to land Tuomo Ruutu via a trade. If the Carolina Hurricanes want to trade their solid power forward, there are a few connections to acknowledge. Ruutu developed in Chicago’s system while Ottawa employs his brother Jarrko […]

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