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Published: 2017-02-27T18:10:34+00:00

 



Leading Up To The Trade Deadline

2017-02-27T18:10:34+00:00

Below is a live running timeline I use for some of the Twitter accounts I follow in the hockey world. Keep and eye on it for the latest trade deadline news. This post will remain sticky through March 1st.



Looks Like Brian Boyle Is Heading To Toronto

2017-02-27T15:27:49+00:00

TB working to finalize a trade to send Brian Boyle to TOR. No trade call so nothing official yet. — Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) February 27, 2017



Video- It Won’t Be A Slow Monday Much Longer

2017-02-27T14:53:42+00:00

Just over three minutes of NHL action in slow motion from the past week.  



Why Did Dean Lombardi Trade For Ben Bishop?

2017-02-27T14:45:59+00:00

from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Maik, In a curious but intriguing move that may turn the Western Conference playoff race upside-down, the Los Angeles Kings acquired the No. 1 available goaltender on the NHL trade market Sunday, landing Ben Bishop from the Tampa Bay Lightning. The primary question surrounded the timing of the deal: Why did the Kings wait until now and not make the move weeks ago? “Preferably, I would have done this deal two weeks ago,” answered Kings’ general manager Dean Lombardi, “but this is just the way trade-deadline deals seem to work.” Less than a day before completing the trade for Bishop, the Kings finally got their starting goaltender and two-time Stanley Cup champion, Jonathan Quick, back in the lineup after a 59-game injury absence. continued