Discussion in 'Trade Rumors and Free Agent Talk' started by caley, Dec 28, 2020.
Don't see any team claiming Pánik.
He is useful - has some offense, works hard, and can play on the PK - but with two more years on his deal after this one with a cap hit of $2.75 million he's just not useful enough in the flat cap world compared to cheaper options.
Does Frk still skate in quicksand? Dude has an elite shot but stone legs. He's an AHL superstar though.
I would love for Oilers to pick up Merkley. Re-unite him with Draisaitl.
Washington is obviously making a Panik move.
I want Merkley. Just so we can have both!
Gotcha catch em all....Merkleymon!
The question is.... which one is better on D?
(relax all it's a joke)
Too bad, someone could have used Frk's Happy Gilmore shot.
Also Danny DeKeyser is a STEAL for the price, someone should definitely pick him up. Write your GMs! Please?!
I really liked Drake on the Hawks last year. Definitely punches above his weight and scores a timely goal or two.
Been the complete opposite in AZ this year. Can't finish anything, even wide open nets, and has been a possession nonfactor.
bishop is actually an nhl player and should be able to help a team
but like every other player on waivers i doubt he gets claimed
As an Islanders fan Kenneth who?
I think they just waived a restaurant. Lou must have been upset with the service or something.
Edit: I like the Buffalo claim. Good gamble for a rebuilding team. He could wind up being decent rosta-filla for them.
AHL goalie currently not on an NHL deal . This seems for the purpose of signing him to an NHL deal ? Do the Isles have hurt goalies and need to sign their AHL goalie or something ?
In 15 games the Bridgeport Sound Tigers have had 5 goalies play so far including Cory Schneider who technically would be our 3rd string goalie. I guess one may have gotten injured? Appleby has already played 2 games. I guess it's just insurance for our insurance.
Now that is a blast from the past
Pretty sure that was the Appleby that shutdown McDavid and the rest of the Otters in his final OHL playoff run.
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