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Posts Tagged Chris Phillips
Injury notes and lines: Crosby, Staal, Clowe, Bozak, Pominville, Demers, Ward, Phillips, Rangers and Leafs
- Bob McKenzie: The Penguins likely won’t know until tomorrow afternoon if Sidney Crosby will be medically cleared to play on Wednesday.
- Steve Zipay: Rangers Marc Staal practiced today in a regular jersey. Derek Dorsett was in a non-contract jersey.
- Andrew Gross: Rangers Ryane Clowe and Brian Boyle did not practice today.
- Terry Koshan: Maple Leafs Tyler Bozak was on the ice before practice with their strength coach. He was testing the shoulder and he doesn’t appear to be full strength. Maple Leafs: Coach Randy Carlyle said that Bozak remains day-to-day with an upper body injury.
- Michael Russo: Wild’s Jason Pomenville practiced today.
- Kevin Kurz: Sharks defenseman Jason Demers didn’t skate today and he won’t be in the lineup on Wednesday.
- Stephen Whyno: Capitals Joel Ward is improving. It’s still not known when Brooks Laich will resume skating.
- Bruce Garrioch: Thinks there should be no reason that Chris Phillips won’t be ready for Game 1.
- Andrew Gross: Rangers lines: Nash-Richards-Zuccarello Hagelin-Stepan-Callahan Kreider-Brassard-Pyatt Asham-Newbury-Powe.
- Dan Rosen via twitter: Vincent Lecavalier is playing in his 1,000th game today. He’s the 5th former #1 pick to play 1,000 games with his drafting team. Mike Modano, Gilbert Perreault, Denis Potvin and Chris Phillips are the 4 other players.
- Damian Cristodero via twitter: The Panthers trade forward Jean-Francois Jacques to the Lightning for future considerations.
- Bob McKenzie via twitter: The LA Kings put Anthony Stewart on waivers. Canucks put Jim Vandermeer on waivers.
- Chuck Gormley via twitter: Capitals Jack Hillen and Brooks Laich are not practicing today. Katie Carrera via twitter: The Capaitals have recalled defenseman Tomas Kundratek from the AHL. Hillen to the IR and is week-to-week.
- James Mirtle via twitter: Maple Leafs Jake Gardiner said he feels 100% and he hope to be back in the lineup later this week.
- Dave Isaac via twitter: The Flyers have recalled Tye McGinn to replace Zac Rinaldo for tomorrow’s game.
- Tim Wharnsby via twitter: Blues defenseman Wade Redden isn’t expected to play tonight against the Predators.
- Mike Harrington via twitter: Sabres Ville Leino is skating with the extras, he’ll be out again tonight.
- Dawn Walton and Allan Maki of the Globe and Mail: Senators defenseman Chris Phillips has filed a $7.5 million lawsuit against his former agent and parents for bad investments and unauthorized real estate deals. Dany Heatley is also suing them. Phillips is accusing them of “breaches of contract, trust and fiduciary duty as well as conversion, fraud, fraudulent and negligent misrepresentation, conspiracy, oppression and unjust enrichment.”
- George Richards of the Miami Herald: The Panthers sent Jonathan Huberdeau to St. John’s on the QMJHL. Jacob Markstrom, Alex Petrovic, Colby Robak and Drew Shore were sent to San Antonio of the AHL.
- Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe: The Bruins have put Garnet Exelby, Christian Hanson, Jamie Tardif, and Trent Whitfield on waivers. Once they clear, they can report to Providence of the AHL.
- Renaud Lavoie via twitter: The Panthers have put Dov Grumet-Morris, Michael Caruso, Nolan Yonkman, Andre Deveaux, JF Jacques, Greg Rallo, Casey Wellman, James Wright on waivers.
- Bob McKenzie via twitter: Penguins Nick Petersen cleared the unconditional ($125) waivers and his contract is mutually terminated.
Afternoon notes on Backstrom, Madden, Phillips, Orr, Carcillo, Blackhawks, Devils, Sabres and starting goalies
- Brian McNally via twitter: Capitals coach Dale Hunter said that Niklas Backstrom is day-to-day and is still being evaluated.
- George Richards via twitter: The Panthers have officially signed center John Madden.
- Ken Warren of the Ottawa Citizen: Senators defenseman Chris Phillips is out with a concussion. “We’re going to be hopeful that it’s short term and it’s being evaluated and it appears to be a mild one, but it depends on him,” said MacLean.
- David Alter via twitter: The Maple Leafs have placed Colton Orr on waivers. Jonas Siegel via twitter: Orr will be assigned to the Marlies if he clears.
- Tim Sassone via twitter: The Blackhawks have recalled Andrew Shaw and Dylan Olsen and have put Steve Montador and Marcus Kruger on the IR.
- Nick Kypreos via twitter: Blackhawks forward Daniel Carcillo has waived his right for an in person hearing.
- Tom Gulitti via twitter: Devils defenseman Anton Volchenkov won’t play tonight. Andy Greene (broken toe) is at least 2 more weeks away. Rich Chere via twitter: Devils GM Lou Lamoriello on Travis Zajac: “We’re just going to rest him. He has a little soreness and we don’t want to take any chances.”
- John Vogl via twitter: The Sabres could be getting Tyler Myers, Ville Leino and Tyler Ennis back this weekend. Myers is hoping for Friday, Leino is shooting for Saturday.
- Terry Koshan via twitter: Jonas Gustavsson will start in net for the Leafs against the Jets.
- Chris Kuc via twitter: Ray Emery will start in net for the Blackhawks against the Flyers.
- Curtis Zupke via twitter: Jonas Hiller will start for the Ducks against the Sharks.
Afternoon twitter notes on waiver claims, Smyth, Methot, Peverley, Spacek, Franson, Connolly, Malkin, Stralman, Backstrom, Rundblad and Filatov
- James Mirtle via twitter: The Predators have claimed Brian McGrattan off waivers. Minnesota Wild via twitter: The Wild have placed Eric Nystrom on re-entry waivers. Chris Johnston via twitter: The Blues have claimed Taylor Chorney off waivers from the Oilers and place Carlo Colaiacovo on IR.
- Pierre LeBrun via twitter: No discipline for Ryan Smyth’s hit on the weekend. Bob McKenzie via twitter: There will be no action taken on Methot’s hit on Sedin.
- Joe Haggerty via twitter: The Bruins sign Rich Peverley to a 3 year contract extension. Bob McKenzie via twitter: Peverley will have a salary cap hit of $3.25 million.
- Brian Wilde via twitter: The Canadiens won’t call anyone up to replace Jaro Spacek who’ll be out 2 to 3 weeks.
- David Alter via twitter: Leafs coach Ron Wilson said that Cody Franson is “likely” to play on Saturday. James Mirtle via twitter: Nazem Kadri said he could be ready for Saturday. Jonas Siegel via twitter: Tim Connolly left Leafs practice after 15 minutes.
- Andy Strickland via twitter: David Perron continues to skate on his own, but is not ready to practice with the team yet.
- Shelly Anderson via twitter: Evgeni Malkin on the ice for Penguins morning skate, no word if playing tonight or not.
- Tom Gulitti via twitter: Anton Stralman has been practicing with the Devils without a contract, is not practicing today. He is at immigration working on getting visa. Patrick Elias is not practicing, resting his lower body.
- Minnesota Wild via twitter: Niklas Backstrom will start in net for the Wild tonight.
- Marc Antoine Godin via twitter: Lines at Canadiens practice today: Moen-Plekanec-Cole, Pacioretty-Gomez-Gionta, Darche-Desharnais-Kostitsyn, Palushaj-Engqvist-Eller
- David Alter via twitter: Lines at Leafs practice today: MacArthur-Grabo-Kulie, Lupul-Bozak-Kessel, Frattin-Lombardi-Armstrong, Steckel-Dupuis-Brown, Connolly-Kadri-Rosehill-Orr
- Ian Mendes via twitter: Lines as Senators practice today: Greening-Spezza-Zibanejad. Michalek-Da Costa-Alfredsson. Foligno-Regin-Neil. Smith-Konopka-Condra. Brent Wallace via twitter: Looking like David Rundblad will make his NHL debut tonight alongside Chris Phillips. Bruce Garrioch via twitter: Looks like Filatov and Butler will be scratched tonight.
Phillips re-signs with Sens … Richards likely staying … Likely no extension/trade for MacArthur … NHL Sources Say Video
- Bruce Garrioch via twitter: The Ottawa Senators and Chris Phillips have agreed to a 3 year contract worth approximately $9 million.
- Damian Cox via twitter: Brad Richards is likely staying in Dallas. Clarke MacArthur is unlikely to re-sign with the Leafs by the deadline, but also unlikely to be traded.
- Nick Kypreos via twitter: Brad Richards skates on consecutive days, Kings and Rangers most interested.
- Tim Sassone via twitter: Blackhawks looking for a center, they have scouted O’Reilly and McClement of the Avalanche.
- Aaron Portzline via twitter: Blue Jackets are interested in John-Michael Liles, and sources say he’d waive his no trade clause for Blue Jackets. Elliotte Friedman via twitter, responding to Portzline saying Liles has a list of 12 teams that he’d waive his no trade clause for, and Friedman doesn’t think that Columbus is on that list. If there is a potential deal, they can always ask.
- Nick Kypreos via twitter: James Reimer left in the 2nd period for precautionary reasons with neck stiffness and a slight headache, will be reevaluated tomorrow.
- Pierre LeBrun via twitter: A predators sources said “No” to Andrei Kostitsyn to Nashville rumors.
- Nick Kypreos via twitter: Minor trade. McGrattan and Zimmerman to Anaheim for Bruins Chaput and Laliberte.
- NHL Sources Say: “The Hockeycentral Panel discusses Chris Phillips, Brad Richards, Dustin Penner, Ales Hemsky, Stephen Weiss and John-Michael Liles.”
- Pierre LeBrun of ESPN:The Kings are targeting in order: Brad Richards, Ales Hemsky, and David Booth. Richards is complicated deal as he is out with a concussion with no timetable, and has a no-trade clause. The Rangers are also interested in Richards. A source it would likely be a Monday deal, if at all. The Stars have made a contract offer to Richards yet, but could do so on Sunday night. The Oilers won’t move off of Brayden Schenn in a Hemsky deal.On Sidney Crosby: “Sidney is still not symptom-free,” his agent, Pat Brisson, told ESPN.com on Saturday. “We have to go a day at a time. Anyone in the media speculating that his season is over is jumping the gun. No one knows. That’s the truth. All we know is that we have to be extremely cautious.”
Chris Phillip’s name came up in a Canucks-Senators call but didn’t go very far.
The Avalanche may not be looking looking to move John-Michael Liles. Maple Leafs interested if they do. The Leafs and Clarke MacArthur have had contract talks but not close as of Saturday. Teams are calling about him.
The Predators and Shea Weber have had serious contract talks. They need to lock him up.
Detroit will not put a claim on Ty Conklin.
The Blackhawks looking at adding a Dman.
Capitals thought that picking up Marco Sturm for offensive help was a good idea as they didn’t have to give up anything.
The Coyotes are looking for defensive depth.
- Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun:New Buffalo Sabres owner, Terry Pegula, has given GM Darcy Regier the green light to spend to the salary cap, so don’t be surprised if they go after Brad Richards or Paul Stastny. Garrioch believes pretty much everyone on the the Avs roster is available, including Stastny despite what they are saying. Regier would have to compete with at least the Leafs and Kings on a top center. Stastny would likely cost 2 top prospects and a top pick.Kings GM Dean Lombardi (accused tire kicker) is under pressure to make a big move. Brayden Schenn is a non-starter in Ales Hemsky talks, and the Oilers don’t really want to trade Hemsky. Lombardi will either cave in an pay a big price for Brad Richards or Ales Hemsky, or will add to his reputation as being afraid to make a big deal.
The Dallas Stars are still unsure what the next move Brad Richards wants to take. The Rangers and Leafs are interested.
Joni Pitkanen is likely staying in Carolina as they’re still in the playoff race.
Canucks looking at Panthers Marty Reasoner.
The Avalanche will likely ask John-Michael Liles to waive his no-movement clause.
There was some talk that the Red Wings could look at Tomas Vokoun, but they don’t have the salary space. They appear confident that Chris Osgood will be back and okay.
The Blue Jackets are getting calls for Jakub Voracek and Derrick Brassard but they don’t really want to move them. They deny it, but apparently they have been shopping Steve Mason.
- Bruce Garrioch via twitter: The Senators and Chris Phillips will continue to talk today, both sides will need to figure out if the gap can be closed. If it’s decided that he won’t be re-signing, options are for him to waive his no trade clause, or finish out the year with the Sens. Garrioch thinks it’s going to be an 11th hour decision. Darren Dreger adds that if the Senators offer just over $3 million for 3 years, Phillips would take it.
- Eric Francis of the Calgary Sun: From a Dean Lombardi (Kings GM) text, “Brayden Schenn is not going anywhere,” The Kings are still looking at Ales Hemsky and Brad Richards. Andrei Loktionov who was possible trade bait injured his shoulder and could be done for the year. The Colorado Avalanche told the Calgary Sun that they won’t trade Paul Stastny. Adam Foote and Milan Hejduk will be staying as well. Canucks GM Mike Gillis confirmed that he won’t be trading Cory Schneider or Cody Hodgson. He’ll be looking for a 3rd-4th liner, not a defenseman, John Maddon isn’t a fit due to salary. The Flames are looking for a depth defenseman. Agent Pat Brisson on Sidney Crosby, “We don’t know if it’s two weeks, two months or five months.” Jim Vandermeer and Ladislav Smid are more likely to move than Dustin Penner and Ales Hemsky.
- David Pagnotta via twitter: “Take it for what it’s worth… but Kings GM Dean Lombardi says he won’t trade Brayden Schenn.”
- EJ Hradek via twitter: Hradek thinks it’s doubtful that the Lightning put a claim on Ty Conklin.
- Detroit Free Press: ESPN reported that there was some chatter that the Red Wings were interested in Zach Bogosian. Wings GM Ken Holland said he has never talked to Atlanta.
- Daniel Tolensky via twitter: Tolensky is surprised that Patrick Elias rumors haven’t come up at all, and that he’d look good beside Kopitar.
- David Pagnotta via twitter: Pagnotta thinks the Canadiens will try to re-sign Andre Markov, Josh Gorges, and James Wisniewski.
- David Pagnotta via twitter: Pagnotta thinks that Blue Jackets GM Scott Howson is doing his best to make a ‘big splash.’
- Jim Morris of the Globe and Mail: The Canucks won’t be making a big deal. “I don’t think we have any glaring deficiencies,” Gillis said Saturday, “We think we did a fairly good job and our record seems to indicate we’ve done a good job. Sometimes at the trade deadline you simply don’t have the opportunity to do things. If there is something we can do to improve our team now, it if comes our way and it makes sense, we’re going to do it.” They may look to add one of Marty Reasoner (FLA), Rob Niedermayer (BUF), Chris Neil (OTT) or Cody McLeod (COL).
- Harvey Fialkov of the Sun Sentinel: Fialkov thinks that the Panthers will look to re-sign Marty Reasoner, and that Stephen Weiss could be the next captain.
- Vicki Hall of the Calgary Herald: Flames winger Niklas Hagman has the flu but should be good for today. Tim Jackman has an upper body injury from a fight with Ryane Clowe and is day-to-day. Daymond Langkow is progressing and is taking part in light workouts.
- Joe Haggerty via twitter: Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference has a lower body injury and will need to be reevaluated.
Will take Schenn to get Hemsky … Phillips-Senators still apart … Connolly staying in Buffalo, they’re buyers … NHL Sources Say videos
- Pierre LeBrun via twitter: Ottawa Senators and Chris Phillips talked again today but are having trouble closing the gap.
- Mark Spector via twitter: Ales Hemsky heading to the LA Kings a ‘non-starter’ without Brayden Schenn being included. As of today, LA not inclined to include him, maybe Monday if at all. Dennis Bernstein via twitter: Asked if Schenn would be enough to get Hemsky, Bernstein says yes, but Lombardi won’t do it.
- Rich Hammond of LA Kings Insider:
Question: Everybody wants Brayden Schenn. I would imagine you’re not tempted to give up on him.
LOMBARDI: “No, it would have to be really something significant. The way his stock has risen here with the World Juniors and what he’s done, it would have to be really special and quite frankly I don’t think he’s going anywhere.”
- Jim Matheson via twitter: With the Capitals claiming Sturm off waivers, it eliminated them from any Hemsky talks, if they were in the hunt at all.
- Aaron Portzline via twitter: The Sabres aren’t interested in trading Tim Connolly, ownership wants to buy and make a run at playoffs.
- David Pagnotta via twitter: If the Rangers want to bring in Brad Richards, they’d need to clear $3-4 million after the addition of Bryan McCabe. Capgreek responds that LTIR would help that.
- Aaron Portzline via twitter: An Avalanche source said that John-Michael Liles would waive no trade clause if the Blue Jackets were interested, no indication that they are.
- NHL Sources Say: “The Los Angeles Kings are looking to add a piece to the puzzle, but are reluctant to part with Brayden Schenn.”
- NHL Sources Say: “With the deadline around the corner, the HC panel looks at the Florida Panthers, the Capitals, and Brad Richards.”
- Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun: Senators GM Bryan Murray confirmed that he sent Chris Phillips a contract extension offer as the 2 sides hope to get a deal done by Monday.
“Both sides are trying to get something done,” said Barry (agent JP Barry) Thursday night. “Talks are going well, we’re just going to keep talking.”
“We’ve made a proposal that we feel is more than fair,” said Murray. “They came back and talked to me a little differently. We haven’t talked (Thursday). I guess we’re waiting to get their reaction to what we want to have happen.
“He’s totally in control. Chris has been here a long time, he’s been involved in the community. He’s a good man and he’s a good player. He’s not had the year you would expect he would have, but we’ll have more discussions.”
If they can’t get a deal done, they’ll likely look for a 2nd round pick in a trade. Teams said to be in the market for a defenseman are Coyotes, Rangers, Sharks, Canadiens, Penguins, Canucks, Flames and Blackhawks.
- Seth Rorabaugh of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: The Penguins have lost defenseman Brooks Orpik for about 4 weeks with a broken finger in his right hand. Orpik blocked a Patrick Marleau shot on Wednesday.
- Terry Frei of the Denver Post: Avlanche defenseman Adam Foote is close to returning from his torn leg muscle that has kept him out the lineup for the last 8 games. He plans on going with the team on their 3 game road trip.
- John Vogl of the Buffalo News: Craig Rivet will be on re-entry waivfers in hope that someone will pick him up at 1/2 the salary, and there may be a few teams interested. There is about $828,000 remaining on Rivet’s salary, so a team that claimed him only have to pay about $414,000.
Audio and Video rumor reports … Richards won’t return before Deadline Day … Atlanta Division problems and fixes
- Darren Dreger Audio on Team 990 : (Feb. 24th) Dreger talks Brad Richards, Peter Stastny’s comments, Ottawa Senators, Nik Zherdev, Craig Rivet, Marek Svatos, Ales Hemsky asking price, Andrei Kostitsyn, and John-Michael Liles
- Darren Dreger of TSN: The Leafs are looking for a Dman, but won’t overpay for it. Sens GM Bryan Murray has talked to Chris Phillips’ agent about possible contract extensions, though he could still waive his no-trade clause and be moved out. The Canadiens could have an interest in Bryan McCabe. The Canucks may need to add a 3rd/4th line center. Though there’s interest in Smid, Penner, and Hemsky, nothing is imminent. The Flames may look to add a forward.
- Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News: Brad Richards hasn’t skated since Feb. 13th and is suffering concussion-like symptoms. GM Nieuwendyk does not expect Richards to play a game before Monday’s trade deadline, and that he’s not shopping him around. “It’s the same answer it has been. Our first priority is to re-sign Brad Richards to a long-term contract. That is what we would like to do,” Nieuwendyk said. “However, we have to be open to any possibility and we have to be open to situation that could improve our team.”
- Jesse Spector of the NY Daily News: The Daily News has learned that the Brad Richards is likely staying in Dallas as the team is said to be buyers and not sellers. If the Stars decide to move him, and he waives his no-trade, the Rangers may not be willing to part with the young players the Stars want in return. The Rangers are more likely to look for low cost veteran rental.
- Tim Seppa (hockey prospectus) on ESPN: Seppa looks at “Problems” and “Fixes” for the Atlantic Division. Philadelphia Flyers: Problem is goaltending, with Tomas Vokoun as a possible fix. Pittsburgh Penguins: Problem with Penguins is the 2nd line center spot and PP due to injuries. Tim Connolly could be an option. New York Rangers: Need 1 or 2 top 6 forwards. Leafs Clarke MacArthur could be an option if they don’t plan on re-signing him. New Jersey Devils: Problem is the lack of a puck moving defenseman. John-Michael Liles could be an option, Lou may need to trade away David Clarkson to clear cap space. New York Islanders: They need to keep stockpiling prospects/picks. Milan Jurcina could be moved out, possibly to Anaheim for Luca Sbisa.
- NHL Sources Say video from Tuesday: “The Hockeycentral panel take a look at a current Oiler and a former Leaf who could be traded before Monday’s deadline.”
Steep price for Rangers to get Richards … Chris Phillips and his no-trade … 3 looking at Kovalev … Pens looking at Stillman, Higgins … Leafs and Liles … plus more
- Larry Brooks of the NY Post: The Post was told that Stars GM Joe Nieuwendyk told the Rangers GM Glen Sather that it would cost 3 young roster players, possibly Marc Staal, Brandon Dubinsky and Derek Stepan for Brad Richards. The Rangers have also inquired about Bryan McCabe and his no-movement clause, his agent said “Nothing has evolved to the point where he has to make any decisions.”
- Ken Warren of the Ottawa Citizen: Chris Phillips still wants to stay in Ottawa and re-sign with the club. But if he doesn’t get a guarantee that he’ll get an extension by the trade deadline, he’ll have to decide if he’d waive his no-trade clause. “Now, being more involved with having to make decisions that effect the outcome is the biggest difference,” [Phillips] said. “Ultimately, I am (in control), when it comes right down to it, but it has been pretty open communication with Bryan. It’s not like we’re having a standoff and see who blinks first. We’re talking about it. Between us and them, it is a collective decision, but I guess I have the final say.”
- Will DePaoli via twitter: The Washington Capitals have shown preliminary interest in Alex Kovalev. Penguins and Lightning also interested.
- Will DePaoli of Inside Pittsburgh Sports: The Penguins are looking at Panthers Cory Stillman and Chris Higgins. The asking price for Higgins was higher than what the Penguins expected.
- Bruce Garrioch via twitter: The Penguins may have interest in Panthers winger Cory Stillman.
- Darren Dreger via twitter: Some league executives believe Brian Burke may have a deal in place for a defenseman. Brian Huddle via twitter: reports that Dreger said on the radio that it may be for John-Michael Liles.
- Pierre LeBrun via twitter: Brian Burke in email regarding Kessel being shopped rumors, “No. He has not, and will not, be shopped.”
- Bob McKenzie via twitter: Bryan McCabe would rather stay in Florida, but has been told that he likely won’t be back next year. There is lots of interest in him, but remains to been seen if he’ll waive his no-trade.
- Dennis Bernstein via twitter: Red Wings GM Ken Holland said they have nothing on the front burner.
- Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun: Flames GM Jay Feaster said he doesn’t want to trade anyone from their roster as he doesn’t want to disrupt the chemistry of the room.
- James Gordon via twitter: Scouts at last night’s Ottawa-Florida game: Penguins, Kings, Canucks, Rangers, Canadians, Lightning, Coyotes and Blackhawks.
- Chris Vivlamore via twitter: Scouts at last night’s Atlanta-Buffalo game: Canucks, Sharks, Blackhawks, Leafs, Wild, Canadiens, Rangers, Blue Jackets, Senators, Blues, Stars, Hurricanes and Oilers.