2014 NHL Draft Weekend Trade Analysis
Size up the 18 year olds and put the FOR SALE stickers on the vets, it’s time for the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. The floor is now open to make deals.
Smoke swirls around the floor. A solitary Lucky glowing in the corner, Glen Sather front and center like a banker . Class trumps pompous every time.
Gaze into the chasm of Draft Day…
TSN’s Darren Dreger has proclaimed that Josh Bailey is a desired trade target of many NHL General Managers.
NHL General Managers.
So….HOW DID GARTH SCREW THIS UP NIKITIN WAS AVAILABLE OH MY GOD THE BAD FEELS!
Twenty-year careers do not always age gracefully. Ray Bourque and John Elway bowed out at the perfect moment. Roger Clemens, Patrick Ewing, Shaq, and Jerry Rice didn’t listen to the Time/Space Continuum. Shaq’s career spiritually ended after the title in Miami and no one is going to remember a single team he tried out for after San Francisco. Thankfully, Ewing found coaching to give him a new light to stand in.
The second-greatest goalie in history has made it clear that he wants to be the next Patrick Ewing.
The New York Islanders have made their first management changes of the 2014 off season.
Today American Hockey League President/CEO Dave Andrews announced that there will be a shift in the geography of the AHL. This will not be an expansion move; it is a full-on relocation of multiple franchises to accommodate their NHL parents. Mostly Western Conference NHL teams. This may be the first time a minor league has enacted a wide-scale, forced realignment.
Denver or St. Louis? “Home” or Home?
Peer through the haze of the Lucky Strikes and behold the future!