As I reported a few days ago the LA Kings and forward Patrick O’Sullivan are on the verge of finalizing a long term contract. Negotiations have been difficult for the Kings front office. O‚ÄôSullivan was seeking $4 million per season on a short term deal and $5 million per season on a long term deal. O‚ÄôSullivan‚Äôs demands have come down a bit and the two sides have bridged the gap. The Kings are believed to have two offers on the table. Three year deal worth close to $11.4 million and a four year deal worth close to $16.5 million.
Who will play with Sidney Crosby? Will Jordan Staal play wing or center? Who replaces Ryan Whitney? Does Janne Pesonen have the skill and toughness to play in the NHL? Are the Penguins looking to upgrade their top 6? Starting Wednesday September 17th, Inside Pittsburgh Sports brings you in-depth daily practice updates and the latest rumblings surrounding Penguins camp. Want to read the Latest Penguins Buzz throughout the season? Sign up for an Inside Access Membership Special offer until September 15th: Sign up today for a 1 year subscription for only $19.99. All viewers who sign up for the special offer will be locked in for a yearly fee of $19.99, if they choose to renew their membership. Prizes Inside Pittsburgh Sports will also be giving away 2 tickets to 5 Penguins Games to viewers who sign up for an inside Access Membership prior to September 16th. Thursday October 23rdRead More »
TSN.Ca reports the Toronto Maple Leafs have traded defenseman Bryan McCabe to the Florida Panthers. The New York Islanders made a strong attempt to acquire McCabe and indications are the Leafs preferred to deal McCabe to New York because the Islanders were willing take on all of McCabe‚Äôs salary without sending much salary back to the Leafs. In the end McCabe had the final say and preferred to be dealt to Florida. Glen Murray and Mark Parrish are having trouble getting the multi-year deals their respective agents are seeking. Both players may have to settle for 1 year deals or camp invites. Potential Suitors The Nashville Predators have offered Parrish a training camp invite and have told Murray they are going in another direction. The St.Louis Blues, Vancouver Canucks, New York Islanders and Atlanta Thrashers have inquired about both forwards. The Phoenix Coyotes appear to be the team showing theRead More »
12:25 a.m. thats it for the night…….everyone have a great holiday…..few updates in the morning back with full coverage over the weekend….. It’s been a pleasure again….. 11:05 p.m. Going into chat in the comments form found at the end of the page 10:37 p.m. The latest on Jagr from one of my insiders — “Jagr and Lemieux had a long talk during the playoff series. Lemieux told Jags that he saw the old fire in his eyes. It somehow got to the statement Jagr made at one point about wanting to finish his career in Pittsburgh. Lemieux said if Jagr was ever available, he would love to see him in a Penguin uniform. Something about unfinished business and trying to clear the animosity the Pens fans had with Jagr.The Pens put it out there and Jagr hesitated, so I don’t know if it will go any further. I don’tRead More »
Day 3 8:40 a.m. – This is what I got right now. Jagr a longshot. Naslund is also looking like a longshot. Most of Naslunds efforts are with the New York Rangers, Vancouver and Minnesota. With Fleurys contract the pens are down to 8 million in cap space with 4 roster sports to fill. Shero looking at older veterans but i was told to lower the expectations. Hearing Jason Williams , Mirsolav Satan and this morning. A lot of pressure on Shero to get a top 6 winger via trade. gotta run… update later. 1:08 a.m. Penguins expect decision from Naslund tomorrow. Talks intensifying with Matt Cooke. Cooke is also in talks with two other teams. Despite Penguins breaking off talks with Bertuzzi, Penguins still interested if his demands come down. Big news of the night — sources are confirming that the Penguins have signed Marc Andre Fleury to aRead More »