NHL Report: Esposito makes Team Canada

The Pittsburgh Penguins 2007 1st round draft pick Angelo Esposito who was traded to Atlanta last season, makes Team Canada after being cut three years in a row Many NHL scouts still see Esposito as a project. As I’ve been saying for weeks, the Rangers remain Mats Sundin’s first choice with the Canucks being his

The Latest Penguins Buzz

The Philadelphia Flyers may have the most depth at the forward position in the National Hockey League. They don’t have a Malkin or Crosby but top to bottom they are much deeper than the Penguins. Sources tell me the Rangers are inching closer to signing Mats Sundin. Rangers GM Glen Sather is aggressively trying to

Atlantic Division Report: Sundin remains set on signing with New York

Sources continue to indicate that Mats Sundin’s top choice remains the New York Rangers. I’ve been told Glen Sather has told J.P. Barry the agent for Mats Sundin that he needs until Christmas to move enough salary to sign Sundin. Sundin appears to be willing to wait according to reports. As I reported yesterday in

NHL Insider Update: The Latest on Jagr & Sundin

Source: Jagr not looking to return to NHL: A source with connections to Jagr tells me “that Jagr is not thinking of returning to the nhl … infact, he’s involved in a very special kind of All-Star game in Russia to take place January 10th Team Jagr against Team Yashin. The KHL is in financial

NHL: Senators have the cap space to sign Sundin

The Ottawa Senators remain very interested in Mats Sundin and GM Bryan Murray continues to have discussions with J.P Barry the agent for Sundin about the possibility of Sundin signing with the Ottawa Senators. The Senators are among the few teams that are pursuing Sundin who actually have over four million in cap. Sundin has

NHL: Sundin off to train in LA

Mats Sundin took a physical in Toronto Wednesday and is off to Los Angeles to begin training. Sundin will skate for two weeks and then begin talking to NHL teams about his playing future. The usual suspects (Vancouver, Colorado, Ottawa, Toronto, and the New York Rangers remain very interested Source: Globe and Mail

NHL: Sundin will return this season

J.P. Barry, the agent for C Mats Sundin, tells the Toronto Sun he believes the free agent will play this season. Sundin who has been heavily pursued by the Vancouver Canucks and New York Rangers is expected to return sometime after December. The Ottawa Senators and Colorado Avalanche are two teams with cap room that

NHL: Senators in hot pursuit of Mats Sundin?

Ottawa Senators’ owner, Eugene Melnyk, told Mats Sundin last week they are very interested in signing him. Sundin who was in Sweden last week for the ceremonial puck drop between the Penguins and Senators, remains undecided on his future. Sundin looking to join a contender has been heavily pursued by the Vancouver Canucks, New York