Charting NHL’s 2010-11 trades

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For those who keep track of these things, a handy glance at all the trades made by NHL clubs during the 2010-11 season. Thanks to the NHL for this useful reference.

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  1. sally122 says:

    The Hammer will be back with strong minutes. He will not have to do the minutes of last year in place of Markov and Gorges.
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  2. sally122 says:

    Gomez will be in Montreal for a few years yet my friend. He may drop down a line though. But I do think Pouliot is history.
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  3. HardHabits says:

    If the Habs sign Hamrlik and not Wisniewski it will be an admission that they have no intention of winning a Stanley Cup, not next year, not in the near future.

    As it stands, it looks like they’ll be battling just to make the play-offs.

    So c’mon already. Sign Pyatt and Pouliot. Sign Hammer. Don’t bother trying to bring in a UFA top 6 forward or some size and grit and don’t forget to start Price 70 games.

    • shiram says:

      Signing Hamr does not mean he will play with us when the season start, he could be traded.
      Besides this is a rumour about PG making an offer, not that Hamr will accept it.

  4. Chris says:

    Interesting…La Presse is reporting that the Habs are offering Hamrlik a contract. If true, that ought to (a) throw a monkey-wrench in all the armchair GM’s proposed lineups and (b) throw some water on any possibility of Wisniewski being re-signed.

    • ed lopaz says:

      sorry but I can’t get excited about another year of soft, slow, tired combo of Hamrlik and Spacek.

      I know, I know, the guy gave everything he had (for 5.5 million lets not forget, thank you!)

      But I have believed for 2 years, since the Spacek signing that that the Habs d-men had become too soft and too slow.

      Habs hockey is “smart” hockey – we play 5 man defence, not just 2 – we move up the ice as a 5 man unit, we back check with 5.

    • Ian Cobb says:

      The Hammer will be back with strong minutes. He will not have to do the minutes of last year in place of Markov and Gorges.

    • RiverviewCanadien says:

      I have no problem with Hamrlik coming back. If he gets to play the intended minutes, that would be great. Not his fault he HAD to play 20 min a game with Markov and Gorges out.

      We need his veteran leadership and in case someone goes down. I believe he will take a hometown discount (major compared to last year, @3 million or less) as he loves the Habs. This is promising because these players know this team can win. They certainly want to be a part of it.

  5. RiverviewCanadien says:

    Great, Eklund has the Habs interested in Malone…Why?

    I wonder how much that trade would cost, as this guy is signed until the 14/15 season @ 4.5 (waaaaaay too much). Not a great playoff guy.

    Jagr is worth way more than that 4.5, especially for 1 year. He would not cost a thing to trade for, and would pot more points, hands down.

    • HabinBurlington says:

      I think eklund wakes up in the morning has darts he throws they hit a certain team, he then pulls a name out of a hat from that team, then announces he is working on the big news of that players trade. So full of sh$t it is unbelievable.

    • HalifaxHabs says:

      Eklund has been proven time and time again to be a total fake, who just makes up rumours to drive traffic.

      You can find out for yourself just by googling the truth about Eklund.

      I wouldn’t waste my time reading his drivel if I were you.

      • RiverviewCanadien says:

        I completely agree, just blows my mind as to the crap he posts as rumors. I still enjoy the humor I get

        When Eklund writes it, I know it WON’T happen, still I had to shake my head when I read that one as it makes absolutely no sense, whatsoever.

        • HalifaxHabs says:

          It’s true, it is funny to hear every once in a while what sh1t is coming out of his mouth.

          Yeah Eklund, the Habs are going to trade for Malone and his ridiculous contract.

  6. Sharks9 says:

    June
    “Montreal Canadiens trade Scott Gomez for a bag of pucks”

    One can only hope

    25 before 14


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