Fleury, Colpisaro, Price, Star Sale – NHL Sports

According to ESPN’s Emily Kaplan, the goalkeeper’s NHL market will recover soon if it hasn’t recovered yet. In fact, she already calls this market a popular market with many names in rumored factories. Among the names she mentioned, several names from Marc-Andre Fleury, Jonas Colpisaro, and the Dallas Stars organization were her focus during recent episodes of Point.

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Kaplan started by saying, “The first name everyone is interested in is Marc-Andre Fleury.” She added: “Chicago hasn’t decided yet, and interim GM Kyle Davidson is said to be still in evaluation mode. But when Marc-Andre Fleury’s trade offer comes, they definitely hear it. It’s especially open, but they just don’t know what the market is for him. ”

Kaplan states that Robin Lehner only got a second round pick, and Fleury has trade protection and family considerations, which can make it a little harder to get around. If he wants to be moved, it will make things easier. If not, your options may be limited.

As far as the rest of the market is concerned, “… everyone expects them. [Columbus Blue Jackets] Breaking up with Joonas Korpisalo before the closing date, and Dallas is another team that everyone is paying attention to. When Ben Bishop returns, they are expected to move one of the goalkeepers.

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Stars currently have Bishop, Braden Holtby, Anton Kudobin, and Jake Ottinger in rotation, but that’s too many netminders. Who stays and who goes can depend on the returns that each goalkeeper can get. Only Kudobin and Bishop have signed contracts for this year and beyond. Only Oettinger is under 32 years old.

Of course, what’s happening in Montreal is noteworthy when it comes to Carey Price. It is unclear what the future of the team and veterans will be. There have been some stories of reconstruction in Montreal, but it’s not clear if he wants to do it as a team.

Who will buy it?

Buffalo Sabers were on the market, but they Pick up Malcolm Subban In a deal with the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday. If the deal goes wrong, they may still be looking for a starter. There are several other teams that may be interested in one of these names, but many do not seriously consider adding until they approach the NHL Trade Deadline.

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