Saturday , November 28 2020

NHL Trade Overseas: Winnipeg Jets, Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers



Chris Kreider
COLUMBUS, OH – JANUARY 13: Ryan Murray # 27 of Columbus Blue Jack Kreider # 20 phone checks # 20 New York Rangers during the third period on January 13, 2019 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Columbus lost New York 7-5. (Photo by Kirk Irwin / Getty Images)

It's on Saturday and there's another edition of NHL trade rumors. We are two days away from the closing date of the NHL and we break all the actions as we rage towards Monday. Today, we are looking at NHL Trade Spas around Winnipeg Jets, Toronto Maple Leafs, and New York Rangers.

Winnipeg Jets

Sweatshirt: Although we know that Winnipeg Jets want to buy on the closing date, TSN's Insider Trading has said that the team goes in. They are very interested in what the Ottawa Senators and New York Rangers offer. The team has also checked with the Philadelphia Flyers, in terms of Wayne Simmonds.

Analysis: It appears that the Jets are current currents for Mark Stone. Last night, they were their assistant general manager, scout director, and pro scout in the Senate game. With Stone sitting out on Thursdays and Fridays, the feeling is reliable.

However, Darren Dreger from TSN also said, "there is no doubt [the Jets] also keeps in touch with New York Rangers. There are many teams that are interested in them Kevin Hayes a Mats Zuccarello. "With this in mind, it would not be surprising to see the Jets aggressive following either of these players if they can not get a Stone.

Toronto Maple Leafs

Insight: According to TSN's Insider Trading, the Toronto Maple Leafs is still interested in acquiring a man-defender on the right, as Adam McQuaid or Justin Faulk, but they do not want to lose anybody from their current NHL list. There was also some interest Chris Kreider. In addition, Bob McKenzie goes into depth about what opportunities could be traded.

Analysis: The Leafs and Kyle Dubas have come to both of them Kasperi Kapanen a Andreas Johnsson to discuss contract extensions. The feeling is that the team intends to hold both players but also want to find out how they would affect the pay cap going to the next season.

McKenzie also went down a list of forecasts whose names have arisen in commercial discussions. It was very bad that he believed Rasmus Sadin is the only player that is absolutely undesirable. Players like Timothy Liljegren labeled Interactive but can see the open market very well. The team probably turns to deal with some young person to try and get some help in defending properly. There was also a lot of interest in Kreider, although that agreement will probably cost Books in a arm and leg.

New York Rangers

Rumor: Sports radio show 590 TSN mentioned a little more information about New York Rangers trade deadline requirements. They mention that the interest in Hayes, Zuccarello, McQuaid, and Kreider has risen. They also say that the price that requests Kreider is very high.

Analysis: Elliotte Friedman gave his thoughts on the current position of the Rangers on Thursday. He said he was expecting the Nashville Prospects that all after Hayes had been lost after losing out Matt Duchene. They would be joining the Boston Bruins as headers for the waiting UFA. The The Flames Calgary and Dallas Stars have also been two big names in the Zucarrello stronghold.

Ultimately, this shows how much interest the Ranger has been transporting this year. The team declared the rebuilding last season but only one significant trade was made away Ryan McDonagh. Now they seem to be much more committed to that reconstruction. With so many teams that have an interest in what they have to offer, it would not be surprising to see Hayes, Zuccarello, and McQuaid all being treated. Kreider will be a bit harder to have, considering that his contract does not expire until the end of next season.

COLUMBUS, OH – JANUARY 13: Ryan Murray # 27 of Columbus Blue Jack Kreider # 20 phone checks # 20 New York Rangers during the third period on January 13, 2019 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Columbus lost New York 7-5. (Photo by Kirk Irwin / Getty Images)


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