NHL Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz and Analysis on Possible Targets

July 9th, 2015 by Joe Pantorno Leave a reply »

The NHL's trade market has slowed down significantly since the NHL draft and the beginning of free agency. After a four-day hiatus, the Chicago Blackhawks and Edmonton Oilers hooked up for a deal on Monday, July 6, as the Oilers acquired goalie Anders Nilsson and sent forward Liam Coughlin to Chicago.

There has not been much else happen since. 

With some talented players still being dangled on the market, trades will not come to a halt just yet. Here's a look at the latest buzz surrounding some of the game's best available players who could be dealt in the upcoming days and weeks.


Patrick Sharp At this point, it seems that Chicago Blackhawks winger Patrick Sharp has accepted the fact he is going to be dealt, according to NHL.com's Brian Hedger:

The Blackhawks will be forced to deal Sharp because of salary-cap issues. As of Wednesday afternoon, Chicago was $1,343,129 over the cap ceiling, per HockeyBuzz.com. 

According to CSN Chicago's Tracey Myers, the Blackhawks have expressed interest in bringing back defenseman Johnny Oduya. To do ...

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