If everyone really wants an inside track on guys possibly getting moved, there's 12 AHL games today - at least half of which start in a half hour. I'd look to see if some guys are unexpectedly scratched that normally play.
"You better get to livin', because dying's a pain in the ass." - Frank Sinatra
If everyone really wants an inside track on guys possibly getting moved, there's 12 AHL games today - at least half of which start in a half hour. Guys unexpectedly scratched there could easily be on the go.
sigh, my secret.
Albany vs Bridgeport at 4 EST
Hamilton vs Toronto at 4 EST
Hartford vs Lowell at 4:05 EST
Norfolk vs Portland at 4:05 EST
Iowa vs Chicago at 4 CST
W-B/Scranton vs Hershey at 5 EST
Manitoba vs Peoria 4 CST
Milwaukee vs Rockford 4:05 CST
Lake Erie vs San Antonio 5 CST
Grand Rapids vs Quad City 5:05 CST
Houston vs Rochester 6:05 EST
Springfield vs Worcester 8:05 EST
Damn. Well, funnily enough, of the teams playing that night, the four teams in action are Buffalo, Toronto, Ottawa, and Philadelphia, and all of those teams might be moving and shaking big time and could have a couple guys scratched.
He was announced one of the games Three Stars. He left the ice after the 3rd period was over, and while waiting to skate out on the ice like all Three Stars do, he was told in the tunnel that he was traded.
A minute later he skates out on the ice to salute the crowd, with a mixed look of depression and anger on his face.
I'm in Calgary listening to the Flames and Wild right now and they just reported that Tanguay hurt his neck. From what I've heard so far in this game, I'd tend to believe that's all it is. They're calling it a burner.
worse kept secret in Calgary is that Tanguay and a few others are not Keenen type players
The worst kept secret on this board is that you at totally clueless, Tanguay has played exceptionally well and flourished defensively under Keenan. If you'd like to make a case for Huselius and Lombardi go for it but Tanguay has been fine with Keenan.
The worst kept secret on this board is that you at totally clueless, Tanguay has played exceptionally well and flourished defensively under Keenan.
I agree with Danny_K. Keenan doesn't really seem to dislike Tanguay like he does Yelle, Warriner and even Huselius. Sutter just dislikes his contract. He's the most expendable of all the Flames big ticket players.