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Former, Current Collegains Part Of Offers For Heatley

Former Wisconsin Badger Dany Heatley has, as you are probably aware by now, requested a trade from the Ottawa Senators. Teams have lined up, taking their best shot at acquiring the winger. According to NHLSnipers.com, here are some of the packages offered up:

Kings: Jack Johnson (Michigan), Alexander Frolov, 5th and 96th picks in 2009 draft.

Blues: Patrik Berglund, Barret Jackman, Aaron Palushaj (Michigan)

Sharks: Milan Michalek, Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Riley Armstrong

Oilers: Dustin Penner (Maine), Tom Gilbert (Wisconsin), Riley Nash (Cornell), 10th overall pick of 2009 draft

Penguins: Chris Kunitz (Ferris State), Max Talbot, Alex Grant, 30th overall pick in 2009

Rangers: Scott Gomez, Ryan Callahan, Dan Girardi, 19th and 80th overall picks.

Those are some pretty strong packages. My two questions: For a team that isn’t a piece away from contention, what are the Kings doing offering one of the best young defensemen in the game and a forward with tons of potential, plus a top 5 pick, for Heatley? And secondly, why haven’t the Sens accepted? That has to be a bogus rumor.

Also, the Oilers clearly hate collegians.

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  1. Johny
    June 23, 2009 at 3:39 pm

    What a horribly written piece of shit.

  2. June 23, 2009 at 4:01 pm

    Yeah that site definitely has gotten panned a bit if you read the comments.

    Also, I like your work at Butt Hega Meis On, or more appropriately, TBL junior.

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