In today’s NHL rumor compendium, are the New York Rangers working with Ryan Strom About expansion? At the same time, after the news that Ryan Plock is absent for four to six weeks, will the New York Islanders trade to chase a defensive player? How much interest does Jake DeBrusk around the NHL have. If the Arizona Coyotes are kicked out of Glendale and there is no arena in Tempe, can they find a possible temporary option? Finally, can the Quebec Nordic team return to the NHL?
Rangers do not negotiate a contract with Strom
According to Molly Walker New York PostSo far, there have not been any contract discussions between Strome’s camp and the Rangers, and there are currently no plans. If this does not change, “Strome may have to view this season as his next display of a potential NHL team,” she wrote.
At the same time, the Rangers are said to be seeking help from the forward to try to make up for the lost playing time due to Sammy Bryce’s injury. TSN Insider Darren Dreg reports The Rangers are already looking for a mid-six forward, and Bryce’s injury will only emphasize efforts to do so.
Can DeBrusk become an early name?
According to Jimmy Murphy Boston hockey now, There are still many NHL teams interested in DeBrusk. People have to wonder whether his name will be one of the names that will be moved before the NHL transaction deadline. Murphy wrote:
After contacting various trusted NHL sources via text messages and phone calls, there is no indication that the Boston Bruins and the Rangers are engaged in any substantial NHL trade negotiations. However, more than one source said that Bruins winger Jack Debruske is still the mainstay of NHL trade rumors between NHL scouts and executives.
Islander Blue Line option
The Athletic’s Arthur Staple wrote that General Manager Lou Lamoriello transferred the contract between Johnny Boychuk and Leo Komarov to the sole purpose of having maximum flexibility when he needed it, and with Pulock’s long-term elimination, the islanders now have some room to come. Add a defensive player. He wondered who they might follow and listed several potential candidates.
Staple pointed out that the Arizona Coyote’s Jacob Chichelen Probably on their radar. He also wanted to know whether the pending UFA John Klinberg would be interested. Mark Giordano (Seattle), Vince Dinn (Seattle), Ben Chiarot (Montreal) and Marco Scandella (St. Louis) were also mentioned.
When talking about people like Chychrun, Staple wrote:
The Islanders are in a win-win mode, which means that Ramorillo’s 2022 first-round pick and one of his best prospects-Borduke, or more likely to be the second-round pick Attu in 2021 Lati-may be the starting point for trade negotiations for players like Chychrun. He scored 18 goals and 41 points in 56 games last season and signed for a very reasonable $4.6 million before 2025.
Source-“Five options for the Islanders after Ryan Plock’s injury: internal solutions? Making a deal? In the punt this season? Arthur Staple-Athlete-November 2021 18th
Can the Coyotes play at Chase Field?
When the Arizona Coyotes tried to figure out their arena situation, Chris Johnston of TSN says The franchise may consider a temporary arena option, while they are trying to work out the details of the permanent arena in Tempe, Arizona.
Johnston pointed out:
This takes several years, so the coyote must be creative. One of the things they considered for their temporary residence in the future was Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks. This is a dome in downtown Phoenix, where they felt they could put a piece of ice and play. Many years ago, the Tampa Bay Chargers did this when they were building their own permanent ice rink. “
Quebec government and Bateman hold meeting on Nordiques’ return
According to a Reported in La Presse (Translated from French), Prime Minister François Legot pointed out that he had talked with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman about bringing the Nordic team back to the league and owning a second NHL team in Quebec The problem.He said: “Me and [Mr. Bettman], We will meet with him in the coming months. “
“You have to see who is ready to invest. We have an already built amphitheater in Quebec. We are getting in touch with Mr. Bettman. We are studying what we need to bring back to Northern Europe. I think we have the ability to form a second place in Quebec. A team.”
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