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HRM Vol. 4: Brashear Back to Capitals, Modano Drawing Interest from Wild

The latest information to hit my desk!

The New York Rangers waived veteran enforcer Donald Brashear today, and there is some rumblings coming from a source at the Capitals that suggests the team is interested in bringing the enforcer back. He has only one year remaining on his contract, and the Capitals lacked a fighting presence all of last season. There is no one conceivable that is in the system that could bring what Brashear does. Don’t kid yourselves with Brandon Sugden.

Brashear to the Capitals: HRM 2

Meanwhile, the Stars announced today that Mike Modano will not be returning. Although I have personally heard that the Sharks may be a likely team to make him an offer, the real team that is doing so are the Minnesota Wild. According to our various reports, come July 1, the Wild will make an offer to Modano, so that he can finish his career where it began, in Minny.

Modano to the Wild: HRM 3

By Loeb, HRM Insider


HRM Vol. 1: Thrashers Interested in Nabakov, Matt Cullen to Devils

Good morning everyone!

It has been a few months since we have brought you the latest insider information, but we are back! We have some big news to pass onto you. My partner Loeb has been on the phone with Thrashers management, and they have told him they have a heavy interest in Evgeni Nabakov.

With the Sharks cutting ties with him, and now the Flyers not having an interest, the Thrashers are expected to go whole-hog in signing him. He is believed to want an upwards of $6.5-7 million, and the Thrashers want to make the playoffs this season! Good thing their goal isn’t to go far in the playoffs.

Nabokov to Thrashers: HRM 3

We also must report on Matt Cullen’s agent reaching out to the Devils. He is believed to be seeking a two-year deal, and the Devils could use his speed and backchecking ability up the middle. It is said the talks are heating up, and the two parties will reach an agreement early on July 1.

Cullen to Devils: HRM 4

By Leopold, HRM Insider