Dubas goes to Russia this week
Pierre LeBrun: The NHL team conducts scout meetings in the next three weeks or four weeks.
Toronto Maple Leafs GM Kyle Dubas is in Russia this week to watch some teams of potential free agents as well as some of their own prospects.
Darren Dreger: "KHL centerman, Sergei Andronov Leafsen is a player of interest. There are a number of NHL groups that range from $ 1.5 to $ 2 million for the next season … it can be very rich for Toronto's center."
Igor Eronko: "Let's not only think of Kyle Dubas Yaroslavl's Yegor Korshkov, but Alexander Yelesin should also study the harshest KHL Ds, a good skater, RH, watch ice and hit after hit. Perhaps Artyom Blazhiyevsky looks after him , CSKA's LHD "
Sharks will reach the concierge market?
Paul Mercury News Gackle: (postbag) Concern about the San Jose sharks of Martin Jones's goalkeepers must be legal. Savings percent of the sharks are dead and Jones saves the 28th percentile of at least 0.897 out of 20 matching gates.
If the goals are not improved, they can call AHL goalkeeper – perhaps more than Josef Korenar Antoine Bibeau.
A more serious option would be to pack Aaron Dell before a veteran veteran before a trading period.
The wages that can be available before the trading period include Jimmy Howard, Brian Elliott, Michal Neuvirth, Keith Kinkaid and Petr Mraz.
Rangers can have a lot of players
Chris Nichols of Nichols on Hockey: Darren Dreger TSN 1260 was asked about the decline of the New York Rangers Henrik Lundqvist goalkeepers.
Lundqvist made clear to Rangers that he was committed to rebuilding and was committed to becoming part of the solution.
"It's really interesting for Jeff Gorton to continue. We hear the names they have here – I like Zuccarello, Hayes is another. I think maybe half a dozen, you can have 10 players in the shopping list, and I think Gorton should move the pieces" .