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Dany Heatley Update(4pm EST)/Phoenix Coyotes and NY Rangers tidbits

The Dany Heatley saga has taken on a new twist today.


In a few NHL circles, people are saying that Heatley is being forced by both the Ottawa Senators and Edmonton Oilers to make a decision about waiving his no-trade clause over the course of the next day.  Look, at this point he ain't going to Edmonton otherwise it would have been done by now.  The longer this whole scenario has gone on, the less likely that the Oilers would even want this guy on their team.  Why would you want a selfish jerk on your team if you are Oilers management?  How do you sell Heatley to your fans and most of all your loyal season ticket holders?  The guy has flat out refused on more than one occasion that he doesn't want to play in Edmonton so how could management or even Heatley spin it to show everyone that he genuinely wants to be in Edmonton?  I am sure everyone, including myself that the Oilers rumours would just end at this point.

As first reported here back before the NHL Entry Draft, the NY Rangers deal to land Heatley was 95% done and everyone involved thought it was done.  That was until Sens GM Bryan Murray tried to get more out of the Rangers for Heatley.  He went against the “code” and released the names of the potential deal with Edmonton hoping to use it as leverage against the Rangers.  Unfortunately for Mr. Murray, he messed up BIG time and Rangers GM Glen Sather pulled his deal off the table and said he wouldn't pursue the high priced winger anymore out of principle due to what Murray had done to the Oilers.  It's no surprise that Sather's ties to the Oilers organization had alot to do with it.  Sather didn't want to see longtime friend Kevin Lowe get burned, nor did he like to see Oilers management have to deal with Murray's shady tactics.  At some point, the Rangers might get desperate again and jump back into the Heatley sweepstakes.  They originally offered defensemen Ryan McDonagh who Ottawa asked for before the Gomez deal was completed along Ryan Callahan and Michael Del Zotto. NY recently signed Callahan to a new contract but had held out hoping he would be Ottawa and the Sens would get a new deal done at that point for him. As well, it would take nothing for the Rangers to bury Wade Redden's contract in the AHL with their affiliate in Hartford.  This has been talked about quite alot over the past few weeks with Rangers management due to…….surprise Sens fans….Redden's poor play. 

Teams that are interested in Heatley's services and have the necessary cap space are the Dallas Stars and Columbus Blue Jackets.  Both teams have talked to Murray on numerous occasions and as I stated here in a blog two weeks ago, Dallas could be the darkhorse in the Heatley chase.  I have been told by numerous sources that they would be extremely surprised if San Jose could make the necessary moves to bring in Heatley's contract.  Meanwhile, the Stars would like to keep Brad Richards and not have to include him in any deal.  James Neal would be the focal point of any deal involving Dallas, while Derek Brassard is the player the Sens covet if they were to swing a deal with Columbus.  Don't kid yourself on the Jackets, GM Scott Howsen has told Rick Nash he will do everything possible to get his Team Canada linemate in a Jackets uniform.

Staying with the Rangers, again….as first reported back here on June 26th, NY wants to walk away from Nikolai Zherdev.  He has gone to arbitration and once the arbitrator comes back with a contract number, at that time the Rangers will not accept the ruling, therefore making him an unrestricted free agent.  Watch for the Oilers to make a push for Zherdev.  Lastly in NY, Derek Morris will be looking for a new team as there is no interest in bringing him back to the Big Apple.

New York will once again make a push for Phoenix Coyotes defensemen Ed Jovanovksi.  He has two years left on his deal and has a no-trade clause.  Even though Jovo built a new house in Scottsdale a little over a year ago, NY is the one team he would be willing to waive his no-trade clause for. 

The Rangers are interested in the services of Sens free-agent defensemen Brendan Bell along with the LA Kings. Both teams are making a big push for Bell's services.  Bell would want a one-way deal and could help either team on both the powerplay and bring some solid depth on the blueline.  Here is hoping Bell winds up in a great situation for the coming season.

With regards to the Coyotes off the ice, having Darren Pang leave the team on the TV side of things to sign in St. Louis as their new colour analyst, it has me wondering if head coach Wayne Gretzky will be back.  Gretzky and Pang are very close, so with this move one has to wonder if Pang knows a thing or two about Gretzky's future in Phoenix.  I highly doubt Pang would have left Phoenix if he knew Gretzky would be returning.  As well, Pang was extremely happy working with Ed Strader on the Coyotes telecasts.  It could clear the way for former Coyote Tyson Nash to take on those colour analyst duties.

I apologize for not getting the Sens development camp player evaluation's up last week.  I will do so in the next 48 hours in my next blog.  If anything breaks between now and then on Heatley, I will be sure to be back with an update on anything I am hearing.

As always, if you want to reach me feel free to contact me at kevinlee@sportstalkbuzz.com

Kevin

 

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  1. Peter North Jul 17 20093:02 am

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    Kev – why would Bryan Murray be asking Sather for Ryan McDonagh when he was a Montreal Canadien (you indicate it was before the Gomez deal)? That does not make any sense.

    1. Fish12 Jul 17 20095:35 am

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      Kev – why would Bryan Murray be asking Sather for Ryan McDonagh when he was a Montreal Canadien (you indicate it was before the Gomez deal)? That does not make any sense.

      What Kevin was saying in his blog is that Murray knew the Gomez deal was going down. Sather and Murray were talking about Heatley and Sather probably asked Murray if there was a player he would want in return for Heatley that the Habs had in their system. That is why when I read it here and 2 other places that Sather thought they had a deal with Ottawa for Heatley, all of sudden moron Murray screws up the entire thing yet again. What a joke that Murray had 3 weeks before July 1st to get a deal done and couldn't.

      1. Dan Rakusan Jul 17 20093:33 pm

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        Murray is definitely an idiot, as he's managed to rid the Senators of almost all of their premier talent, except for the one guy who wants to leave… However, to suggest there was anything to this purported Heatley deal to NYR is totally fabricated. They may have had discussions, but from everything I've read and heard, Bryan Murray walked away from the table.And, the deal was something like Dubinsky, Del Zotto and some pick for Heatley. Might have included the rights to Zherdev in there too… Not exactly the same calibre of return as Edmonton was offering in my books, since re-signing Zherdev and Dubi would have put Ottawa WAY above the cap…

        1. DRS Jul 17 20096:23 pm

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          Murray is definitely an idiot, as he's managed to rid the Senators of almost all of their premier talent, except for the one guy who wants to leave… However, to suggest there was anything to this purported Heatley deal to NYR is totally fabricated. They may have had discussions, but from everything I've read and heard, Bryan Murray walked away from the table.And, the deal was something like Dubinsky, Del Zotto and some pick for Heatley. Might have included the rights to Zherdev in there too… Not exactly the same calibre of return as Edmonton was offering in my books, since re-signing Zherdev and Dubi would have put Ottawa WAY above the cap…

          Muckler's the one responsible for the state of the Sens – Murray's just left holding the bag and trying to clean up the mess. Muckler chose Redden over Chara, and traded Havlat and Smolinski for a bag of hockey pucks. Who exactly did Murray get rid of? Emery? McGrattan? Redden? Do you really consider any of these guys premier talent? Okay the Corvo/Eaves deal was bad – but Corvo wanted out.Murray's not an idiot – you're talking about the guy who (as GM of Florida) traded Parrish and Kvasha to NYI and got Luongo and Jokinen.While GM of Anaheim, Murray drafted Corey Perry two spots AFTER Muckler took Patty Eaves.

          1. Dan Rakusan Jul 20 200910:15 am

            Murray is definitely an idiot, as he's managed to rid the Senators of almost all of their premier talent, except for the one guy who wants to leave… However, to suggest there was anything to this purported Heatley deal to NYR is totally fabricated. They may have had discussions, but from everything I've read and heard, Bryan Murray walked away from the table.And, the deal was something like Dubinsky, Del Zotto and some pick for Heatley. Might have included the rights to Zherdev in there too… Not exactly the same calibre of return as Edmonton was offering in my books, since re-signing Zherdev and Dubi would have put Ottawa WAY above the cap…

            Muckler's the one responsible for the state of the Sens – Murray's just left holding the bag and trying to clean up the mess. Muckler chose Redden over Chara, and traded Havlat and Smolinski for a bag of hockey pucks. Who exactly did Murray get rid of? Emery? McGrattan? Redden? Do you really consider any of these guys premier talent? Okay the Corvo/Eaves deal was bad – but Corvo wanted out.Murray's not an idiot – you're talking about the guy who (as GM of Florida) traded Parrish and Kvasha to NYI and got Luongo and Jokinen.While GM of Anaheim, Murray drafted Corey Perry two spots AFTER Muckler took Patty Eaves.Muckler may have started the decline, but what exactly has Murray done to make anything better? Getting that hack Jarkko Ruutu? Floating Mike Comrie? Losing Redden and Grats to free agency isn't exactly a hard move to accomplish either. Simply – Murray has done NOTHING to better the Senators.

  2. jaycay Jul 18 200910:15 am

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    “Don't kid yourself on the Jackets, GM Scott Howsen has told Rick Nash he will do everything possible to get his Team Canada linemate in a Jackets uniform.”lol! Howson himself has come out and said “The Heatley rumors are false.” That in inself should mean that there's no chance of us getting a deal with them. Not to mention the fact that if they trade Brassard, their top center becomes Vermette, who (as mentioned) is at best a 2nd/3rd line C.

  3. NHL_Reality Jul 18 200910:20 am

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    There's more BS in this blog than I care to choke on.First of all, the author reports that Murray exposed the names of the Oilers players to try to get more out of the Rangers. NHL draft took place, along with Sather conversations, on June 26th. That was visible to anyone watching the draft, and it was clearly obvious to anyone watching the event that Sather and Murray were not getting anything done. The named Oilers players were leaked out on June 30th, around 9pm or 10pm EST. Moreover, these names were leaked because the trade was done, and Heatley waiving the NTC was the final step. I don't disagree that it was bad that the names got released, but there's no way it was leaked by anyone in the Oilers or Senators organizations. More likely, it was leaked by some hack internet “journalist” who wanted to take credit for being the first one with names…sounds about right to me. Further to this, the names were leaked because the deal with Edmonton was done. Murray was not trying to leverage any further position with Sather, because this trade with Edmonton was sealed. He's not going to back out on a trade at that point, to suggest otherwise is ridiculous.Second, if the Rangers were offering McDonagh, Callahan, and Del Zotto, then Murray did the right thing in walking away. 2 prospects who might become legit NHL'ers, and a possible future 2nd liner, is simply not enough return for a 2 time 50-goal scorer in the prime of his career. The Senators are a better team with Heatley than they are with those 3, so kudos to Brian Murray for thinking before jumping in.Why not tell the truth? You don't care for Brian Murray. I can accept that. Just don't try to spin a story by taking liberties with factual evidence in order to reinforce your Murray-is-a-buffoon position. If you look at his track record, it's not nearly as awful as you continually imply. The fact is that the Senators were set up for a down turn because of the fact that they had drafted well for years, in high positions because they stunk, and their stars matured at the same time. When that happens, contracts grow, and you can't expect to keep everyone when your league has a salary cap. Let's review quickly:1) Redden over Chara

  4. mp Jul 20 20097:38 am

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    Love reading the comments on this blog. Murray is an idiot? Hahahha. Murray is a better then average GM. He knows talent and has an excellent reputation for finding it. That cannot be disputed.Did he try to squeeze Sather? Probably…..but Sather and most other GMs are definitely trying to put the squeeze on Murray. That Rangers package is JUNK and the why the hell is Dubinsky a deal breaker? They guy is good but will never be an all-star caliber player. NEVER. IMO Sather is the guy that blew it here. He could have had an all-star LW and instead he throws a long term deal at a guy who will never make it to the end of his contract. What a dope.Kings messed up too….Ryan Smyth? Good Luck with that Hextall. Prediction: If Murray doesn't get a decent offer Heater is at camp and Murray calls everyone's bluff. Stubborn old bastard. God Love Him.

    When you look at the Oilers package, it is far worse when you take into account the Penner contract that we are on the hook for. The Rangers deal was better, hands down.

  5. mp Jul 20 20097:40 am

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    Murray is definitely an idiot, as he's managed to rid the Senators of almost all of their premier talent, except for the one guy who wants to leave… However, to suggest there was anything to this purported Heatley deal to NYR is totally fabricated. They may have had discussions, but from everything I've read and heard, Bryan Murray walked away from the table.And, the deal was something like Dubinsky, Del Zotto and some pick for Heatley. Might have included the rights to Zherdev in there too… Not exactly the same calibre of return as Edmonton was offering in my books, since re-signing Zherdev and Dubi would have put Ottawa WAY above the cap…

    Muckler's the one responsible for the state of the Sens – Murray's just left holding the bag and trying to clean up the mess. Muckler chose Redden over Chara, and traded Havlat and Smolinski for a bag of hockey pucks. Who exactly did Murray get rid of? Emery? McGrattan? Redden? Do you really consider any of these guys premier talent? Okay the Corvo/Eaves deal was bad – but Corvo wanted out.Murray's not an idiot – you're talking about the guy who (as GM of Florida) traded Parrish and Kvasha to NYI and got Luongo and Jokinen.While GM of Anaheim, Murray drafted Corey Perry two spots AFTER Muckler took Patty Eaves.Why is that so many guys want out of Ottawa? Do you hear of this much dissention with management in other cities? At least if there is that type of resentment in any other NHL city you sure don't hear about it. Sure Muckler started the problems in Ottawa but Murray has compounded them by making far too much complacency on this team with all of his NTC and MTC. End of story.

  6. mp Jul 20 20097:43 am

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    There's more BS in this blog than I care to choke on.First of all, the author reports that Murray exposed the names of the Oilers players to try to get more out of the Rangers. NHL draft took place, along with Sather conversations, on June 26th. That was visible to anyone watching the draft, and it was clearly obvious to anyone watching the event that Sather and Murray were not getting anything done. The named Oilers players were leaked out on June 30th, around 9pm or 10pm EST. Moreover, these names were leaked because the trade was done, and Heatley waiving the NTC was the final step. I don't disagree that it was bad that the names got released, but there's no way it was leaked by anyone in the Oilers or Senators organizations. More likely, it was leaked by some hack internet “journalist” who wanted to take credit for being the first one with names…sounds about right to me. Further to this, the names were leaked because the deal with Edmonton was done. Murray was not trying to leverage any further position with Sather, because this trade with Edmonton was sealed. He's not going to back out on a trade at that point, to suggest otherwise is ridiculous.Second, if the Rangers were offering McDonagh, Callahan, and Del Zotto, then Murray did the right thing in walking away. 2 prospects who might become legit NHL'ers, and a possible future 2nd liner, is simply not enough return for a 2 time 50-goal scorer in the prime of his career. The Senators are a better team with Heatley than they are with those 3, so kudos to Brian Murray for thinking before jumping in.Why not tell the truth? You don't care for Brian Murray. I can accept that. Just don't try to spin a story by taking liberties with factual evidence in order to reinforce your Murray-is-a-buffoon position. If you look at his track record, it's not nearly as awful as you continually imply. The fact is that the Senators were set up for a down turn because of the fact that they had drafted well for years, in high positions because they stunk, and their stars matured at the same time. When that happens, contracts grow, and you can't expect to keep everyone when your league has a salary cap. Let's review quickly:1) Redden over Chara

    Then why aren't you blogging somewhere if you are such a know it all and have so many sources? The fact that you aren't blogging anywhere tells everyone the real story.

  7. Fish12 Jul 27 20097:29 am

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    “Don't kid yourself on the Jackets, GM Scott Howsen has told Rick Nash he will do everything possible to get his Team Canada linemate in a Jackets uniform.”lol! Howson himself has come out and said “The Heatley rumors are false.” That in inself should mean that there's no chance of us getting a deal with them. Not to mention the fact that if they trade Brassard, their top center becomes Vermette, who (as mentioned) is at best a 2nd/3rd line C.

    How many times before have you heard a GM say the rumours are false only to make a deal the next day? It happens all the time. Are you for real? Do you think a GM would play his hand and tell us all that he is trying to acquire him. You are a goof.

  8. Fish12 Jul 27 20097:30 am

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    There's more BS in this blog than I care to choke on.First of all, the author reports that Murray exposed the names of the Oilers players to try to get more out of the Rangers. NHL draft took place, along with Sather conversations, on June 26th. That was visible to anyone watching the draft, and it was clearly obvious to anyone watching the event that Sather and Murray were not getting anything done. The named Oilers players were leaked out on June 30th, around 9pm or 10pm EST. Moreover, these names were leaked because the trade was done, and Heatley waiving the NTC was the final step. I don't disagree that it was bad that the names got released, but there's no way it was leaked by anyone in the Oilers or Senators organizations. More likely, it was leaked by some hack internet “journalist” who wanted to take credit for being the first one with names…sounds about right to me. Further to this, the names were leaked because the deal with Edmonton was done. Murray was not trying to leverage any further position with Sather, because this trade with Edmonton was sealed. He's not going to back out on a trade at that point, to suggest otherwise is ridiculous.Second, if the Rangers were offering McDonagh, Callahan, and Del Zotto, then Murray did the right thing in walking away. 2 prospects who might become legit NHL'ers, and a possible future 2nd liner, is simply not enough return for a 2 time 50-goal scorer in the prime of his career. The Senators are a better team with Heatley than they are with those 3, so kudos to Brian Murray for thinking before jumping in.Why not tell the truth? You don't care for Brian Murray. I can accept that. Just don't try to spin a story by taking liberties with factual evidence in order to reinforce your Murray-is-a-buffoon position. If you look at his track record, it's not nearly as awful as you continually imply. The fact is that the Senators were set up for a down turn because of the fact that they had drafted well for years, in high positions because they stunk, and their stars matured at the same time. When that happens, contracts grow, and you can't expect to keep everyone when your league has a salary cap. Let's review quickly:1) Redden over Chara

    Then why aren't you blogging somewhere if you are such a know it all and have so many sources? The fact that you aren't blogging anywhere tells everyone the real story.Glad you said it mp. Well said!

  9. Kevin Lee Jul 28 200910:30 am

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    Good to hear about Bell. He played well near the end of the year in Ottawa and showed he can play in the league.

    He played very well, I agree. Some nights he looked great but other nights he was silent, but that was the case with any Sens player all year long so you can fault him for that. He truly was their best defensemen some nights. I wish Double B nothing but the best!

  10. Kevin Lee Jul 28 200910:32 am

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    i cant believe kevin lee has another job blogging the guy is soooooo bad. derek broussard? whos that? derick brassard is pretty good tho. if anyone believes a word of what this hack spews then youre even worse, if thats possible. kevin lee, give it up. you SUCK!!!!!

    Thanks for coming over and reading the blog and checking out the site. yes, I made a mistake on Brassards name but the day before in my previous blog in which I had the rumour with CLB it was spelt correctly. I guess you never make mistakes. Hope to see you back a the site.

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