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Duck Tales: The 'Buyers and Sellers' Edition

All of the trade deadline + Steven Stamkos insanity you could every possibly want to read!

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  • The Anaheim Ducks are going to be buyers at the trade deadline. The only question left to ask is how much of a financial risk Bob Murray will take. [Pucks of a Feather]
  • Hockey Prospectus examines each Pacific Division team's status as buyer or seller ahead of the trade deadline, as well as top targets and assets ($). [ESPN Insider]
  • With recent reports that Loui Eriksson is shopped by the Boston Bruins for cap reasons, Los Angeles Sports Hub investigates if the Anaheim Ducks would be a fit. [LA Sports Hub]
  • Veteran San Jose Sharks left winger Patrick Marleau is also willing to accept a trade to the Ducks. [The Fourth Period]
  • The San Diego Gulls rallied to tie the score from a two-goal first-period deficit, but allowed two more goals for a 4-2 loss to the Bakersfield Condors last night. [Times of San Diego]


  • According to TSN's Bob McKenzie, Steven Stamkos' first choice is the Buffalo Sabres. [Die By The Blade]
  • Ryan Lambert of Puck Daddy is angry that Kris Russell is probably going to get overpaid. [Puck Daddy]
  • According to Puck Daddy, Carey Price is done for the season, but the Montreal Canadiens' front office doesn't want fans to know. [Puck Daddy]
  • In other bad news for the Tampa Bay Lightning, defenseman Jason Garrison is expected to be out 3-5 weeks with a lower body injury. [Tampa Bay Times]
  • Three weeks away from the trade deadline, it appears rental players won't fetch as high of a return as past seasons. [ESPN]