Patrick Sharp Hogtown Bound?

June 14th, 2010 by Brad LeClair Leave a reply »

According to the Daily Herald, it appears the Chicago Blackhawks are preparing to trade forward Patrick Sharp. Sharp, who is still owed around 3.9 million over the next two years, and appears to be the first of a few cap casualties on the Blackhawks.

With that in mind, the source states that he's drawing interest from the Columbus Blue Jackets and Toronto Maple Leafs. Both teams are upcoming teams and both have the cap room to take on Sharp's contract. A contract that isn't out of this world, but it's a decent sized contract nonetheless.

Sharp is not an elite level player, but many people around the league feel he's just about there. 

In Toronto, Sharp would be getting first line minutes and would be relied upon for many roles such as a power-play forward, penalty killer and face-of ...

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