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Darren Dreger
1/31/2007 10:41:37 PM


Philadelphia's Peter Forsberg is the highest profile player believed to fit the "rental player" criteria this year, assuming his health improves to his satisfaction, and to the point where waiving his no-trade clause is a real option, not just something we keep reading about.

Boston's Brad Stuart is unrestricted at the end of the season. At 27, it seems odd to see his name on the "rental player" list, but it's believed he has a keen interest in returning to California. The Bruins won't let him walk away without realizing some value in return. Edmonton is a team with interest, more in term than rental, but when Stuart hits the market, the suitors will be multiple.

The St Louis Blues are sure to feed the "rental player" pool. Veteran forwards Bill Guerin and Keith Tkachuk, 1-2 in Blues scoring this season will attract deadline inquiries from teams looking to add offensive depth and experience in preparation for the playoffs.

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Darren Dreger
1/31/2007 10:41:37 PM


Philadelphia's Peter Forsberg is the highest profile player believed to fit the "rental player" criteria this year, assuming his health improves to his satisfaction, and to the point where waiving his no-trade clause is a real option, not just something we keep reading about.

Boston's Brad Stuart is unrestricted at the end of the season. At 27, it seems odd to see his name on the "rental player" list, but it's believed he has a keen interest in returning to California. The Bruins won't let him walk away without realizing some value in return. Edmonton is a team with interest, more in term than rental, but when Stuart hits the market, the suitors will be multiple.

The St Louis Blues are sure to feed the "rental player" pool. Veteran forwards Bill Guerin and Keith Tkachuk, 1-2 in Blues scoring this season will attract deadline inquiries from teams looking to add offensive depth and experience in preparation for the playoffs.

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If I remember correctly Tkachuk has a no trade clause and doesnt want to be moved. Thats why hes been there through the rebuilding phase. He doesnt want to go to move his family.
 
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