Philadelphia Flyers Interested In New Jersey Devils’ Captain Jamie Langenbrunner

January 7th, 2011 by Tom Dougherty Leave a reply »
It has been a season to forget for the New Jersey Devils, as they sit in last place in all of hockey with only 22 points and 10 wins.

As horrendous as the Phantoms have been this year, Adirondack still has more wins than the Devils in less games.

Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello appears to have reached the point where he's decided it's time to shake things up a bit. According to Rich Chere of the Star Ledger, Lamoriello has asked his captain Jamie Langenbrunner, who was a healthy scratch on Thursday against Philadelphia, to waive his no-trade clause.

The Flyers are one of "several teams" to have interest in the 35-year-old right wing and are offering New Jersey two draft picks—a third and fifth rounder as reported by the  Inquirer's Sam Carchidi.

Langenbrunner carries with him a $2.8 million cap hit and will become an unrestricted free agent at the conclusion of the 2010-11 season. If you're wondering if the orange and black have enough room to bring him into the fold, the answer is yes.

The Flyers have $3.6 million in acquisition space available; they only have $413,000 in cap space; however, ...

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