NHL Rumors: Maple Leafs, Flames, Penguins, Coyotes and Devils

NHL Rumors: Maple Leafs, Flames, Penguins, Coyotes and Devils

Marc-Andre Fleury and Shane Doan
On the Toronto Maple Leafs …

David Pagnotta: Some teams have spoken with the Toronto Maple Leafs about forward Josh Leivo. He has one year left on his deal.

On the Calgary Flames …

John Shannon: The Calgary Flames are looking for a center.

David Pagnotta: The Flames are looking for a top-nine forward. P.A. Parenteau could be an option for them. He did get hurt blocking a shot on the weekend, but have heard it’s not that bad.

On the Pittsburgh Penguins …

Louis Jean: Things can always change quickly, but it’s looking like Marc-Andre Fleury won’t be traded by the Penguins today.

Pierre LeBrun: The Penguins are still looking for another defenseman, but they are not close to anything just yet.

On the Arizona Coyotes …

Craig Morgan: Don’t expect Shane Doan to be traded today unless a Stanley Cup contender offers a regular role for Doan. As of now, there have been none.

Craig Morgan: Radim Vrbata is getting significant interest. The Calgary Flames, Boston Bruins and Florida Panthers are among the teams interested. He’ll likely be traded.

Craig Custance: The Flames, Bruins, Panthers, Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Islanders are among the teams interested in Vrbata.

On the New Jersey Devils …

Andrew Gross of The Record: The New Jersey Devils will be sellers today. The Devils already have 10 draft picks this year and will likely add to that. They also have $9 million in available salary cap space.

Potential Devils to be traded today include pending unrestricted free agents Kyle Quincey ($1.25 million), Keith Kinkaid ($725,000) and Seth Helgeson ($587,500).

Pending restricted free agents Damon Severson ($605,900) and forwards Jacob Josefson ($1.1 million), Beau Bennett ($725,000), Blake Coleman ($680,000), Joseph Blandisi ($648,000) and Stefan Noesen ($600,000)

Players with no-trade clauses that have term left: Travis Zajac ($5.75 million per season through 2021), Michael Cammalleri ($5 million per season through 2019) and Andy Greene ($5 million per season through 2020).