Hockey Headlines: Trade Rumors on Ladd, Drouin, the Oilers and More

A collection of the latest news from around the world of hockey:

Mike Yeo speaks for the first time since his firing. [Star Tribune]

Steve Yzerman would love to trade Jonathan Drouin by the deadline. [Tampa Bay Times]. The Lightning want to improve right now, and the Jets are one of the teams interested in Drouin. Could Andrew Ladd going the other way in a deal work out? He would be a nice addition for a Stanley Cup run. [Fansided]

P.A Parenteau could be the next player shipped out of Toronto. [Maple Leafs Hot Stove]

Travis Hamonic probably won’t be traded by February 29th. [TSN]

The Oilers have made a trade. The most underwhelming one possible, but still. [NBC Sports]

Any big moves may have to wait until the summer, but Connor McDavid could be the only untouchable on the Oilers roster. [Copper N Blue]


(Is the summer considered soon?)

Jujhar Khaira gets another shot to show he’s an NHL player. [Cult of Hockey]

Oiler fans were booing Justin Schultz, and he heard it. [Edmonton Journal]

The Kings would love to add some more pieces, but they may not be able to. [Today’s Slap Shot]

Which moves were the most successful at trade deadlines past? [The Hockey News]. How about some of the worst trades in recent years? [ESPN]

The Habs almost let it slip away, but chasing the Vezina favorite and beating the best team in the league had to feel good for their confidence. [National Post], [Montreal Gazette] 

Keith Yandle is an important part of the Rangers blueline, but with free agency looming, what should they do with him? [Empire Writes Back]

This team of year is crucial for General Managers, some more than others. [CBC]. Ever wonder what it feels like for the players being traded on deadline day? [Sportsnet]

Are this seasons’ Sharks on the same course as the 2012 Devils? [The Hockey Lines]

And finally, remembering the time when Team USA were sore losers at the Olympics. [Vice Sports]