Jonas Brodin

Following a quiet trade deadline, Winnipeg Jets’ general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff and company are preparing for what promises to be a busy offseason. After the stunning departure of former number one defenseman Dustin Byfuglien, the Jets blue line was reduced to nothing but a revolving door of depth players, late-offseason pickups, and Josh Morrissey. Related:
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Entry-level deal coming for Romanov Andrew Zadarnowski: A Russian business site is reporting that the Montreal Canadiens will be signing defenseman Alexander Romanov to an entry-level contract after April 30th. He won’t be signing a contract extension with CSKA. CSKA will retain his KHL rights. Not easy for GM to extend players right now …
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No contract extension talks for Gustafsson Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times: The 28-year old Erik Gustafsson isn’t sure if he’ll be with the Chicago Blackhawks after the February 24th NHL trade deadline. “What happens, happens,” Gustafsson said Tuesday. “If I get traded or stay here, it’s something I have to deal with. But I
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Two winger options for the Penguins Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Though Pittsburgh Penguins GM Jim Rutherford downplays the trade speculation after Jake Guentzel‘s injury, the trade rumors are increasing. Two wingers are back in the Penguins trade speculation – Minnesota Wild’s Jason Zucker and the Los Angeles Kings Tyler Toffoli. Zucker had been previously linked to
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