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CHN Puck Links: NHL trade deadline gossip heating up




Where will David Savard go? Where will Taylor Hall go? Will the Avs still try to get a backup goalie? Those questions, and many more, will be bandied about the NHL hot stove over the weekend, with Monday’s NHL trade deadline fast approaching.

Let’s take a look around the league:

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  • What will Carolina do with all those goalies? (Raleigh News and Observer)
  • The Penguins have some tough choices to make by the deadline (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
  • Same applies to the Florida Panthers, who may now be the favorites to get Savard (Florida Hockey Now)
  • What are the Boston Bruins doing scouting all of the NHL teams out in California? My partner-in-crime Jimmy Murphy has the scoop. (Boston Hockey Now)
  • Vancouver Canucks forward Tanner Pearson has signed a new three-year extension with the Canucks that will pay him to the tune of a $3.25 million cap hit over the next three seasons. (TSN)
  • The Flyers are clearly in the market for a defenseman to help them this season and beyond, and our friends over at Philly Hockey Now are providing a list of blueliners with term that could help out the Flyers. (Philly Hockey Now)
  • You can cross one name off the trade big board with the news that Bobby Ryan is done for the season with from hernia surgery. (
  • An interesting look at the honesty of San Jose Sharks GM Doug Wilson courtesy of our friend Sheng Peng. (San Jose Hockey Now)
  • An early look at the 2021 NHL Draft (Hockey News)
  • Catching up with Milan Hejduk (Yahoo)
  • Biggest wins and whiffs of the last five trade deadlines (Sportsnet)
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Great reporting (as always), especially on Hedgie. Dawg Nation hockey is a great charity for hockey fans too. But, as good as Milan was, his 2,667 SOG (@14%) in 1,020 NHL games, compared to Nathan MacKinnon’s 2,046 SOG (@10%), in just 561 games, makes you realize just how special MacKinnon is. Mac daddy is bound to rewrite the franchise record books, maybe even back to the Nordiques.

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