Capitals GM on Ovechkin Expansion Negotiations
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“I think it’s the current situation. When I get to the camp, if I have the time and space to get together, I’ll go from there. In other words, I want Alex to come back. I’ve always said that we’ll talk earlier this year, but the camp Hope you have the opportunity to do it in.
Oilers may have contacted Harmonic Camp
Granlund returns to Nashville and Kunin negotiations continue
In October, Predators GM David Poil said Grand’Landes wouldn’t return to the team. Granlund didn’t seem to go well with Predator during the last two seasons with Predator. However, during the off-season, Predator was in contact with his camp.
“We had to hurry back to town after seeing the options we had, the schedule of 56 games. I think friendliness is an important issue not only for athletes but also for their families, “Diamond said on Tuesday night. “Between the interests that Predator continued to show and the comfort of the family (feeling), I realized it would be better for them, which is why we all led us to this reunion.
“Everyone is on the same page. Everyone is disappointed with the results of the team and I think they can do better. These are unknown times. Not to mention next week, predicting what will happen tomorrow. It’s difficult. In many cases, absenteeism caresses the mind, so it’s like a way things go completely. “
Grand’Landes led the Predators with a goal (11) after John Hines was replaced Peter La Violet Behind the bench.
Agent Diamond said he is working on 5 or 6 teams. Discussions with the Predator were up and down, but the Predator was consistent throughout the off-season.
Predators continue to talk to restricted free agents Luke Cunnin..
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