Ducks hold out a forward last night
Tatar and Petry likely staying in Montreal
Nicolas Poulin: (through translation and before Ilya Kovalchuk was traded to the Captials) Martin McGuire: “(Ilya Kovalchuk) received a contractual offer from the management of the CH. He will have to decide whether to accept this one-year proposal, which is estimated to be around US $ 3.5 million. Of course, he could refuse it, and then check its market value.”
Penguins eyeing depth forwards
Rob Rossi: The Pittsburgh Penguins are still interested in adding a depth forward – ideally a third-line winger.
The Penguins are not looking to trade or acquire a defenseman.
Hurricanes looking at defensemen and goaltenders
Pierre LeBrun: The Hurricanes were out on Lehner because of the high price before their goalies went down on Saturday night. Does that change now? thinks they should look at Anaheim Ducks Ryan Miller.
TSN: The Carolina Hurricanes have been on the lookout for a defenseman for a while now. They also need some goaltending depth.
One trade chip the Hurricanes have is pending UFA forward Erik Haula. They do also hold an extra first-round pick – the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Hurricanes have been dangling a first-round pick.