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The TSN Insiders Tonight: Hockey Insiders Bob McKenzie, Pierre LeBrun and Darren Dreger have the latest on the Senators preserving their assets ahead of the trade deadline, the Red Wings' Nick Jensen attracting lots of interest, Jesse Puljujarvi's future… https://t.co/uTy5laBnXL
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RT @AthanasiouLater: Red Wings fans: I'm not suggesting Nick Jensen will land you this but I'm curious. A middling playoff team (say, Carolina) offers you just a 2nd, and a contender (say, Boston) offers you a 2nd and a B-/C prospect. What deal would you take?
Laine did it last season. He had 25 goals in his first 57 games last season and scored 15 goals in his next 11 games to reach 40. He finished season with 44. Right now, he has 25 goals in 59 games.
As @CapFriendly mentions this is important to consider. However, Patrik Laine is one hot streak away from being back in the top-10 and its doubtful #NHLJets run the risk of having to squeeze that $1.8 million bonus into next season's cap situation, which will likely be precarious https://t.co/t1KbRCwCWg
RT @mikemorrealeNHL: Crosby on Zajac: "He takes a lot of pride on playing good defensively, being a responsible 2-way guy but on top of that he can create offensively. I think he's going out there w/ the mindset to be responsible, but if you're not aware of him in your own zone, he'll make you pay."
Red Wings reportedly asking for a second round pick for Nick Jensen