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August 3, 2009

Sharks dealing for Heatley

Filed under: Uncategorized — tiberus98 @ 9:42 pm

Some news has come up about Dany Heatley. Apparently, the Edmonton Oilers are done discussing with him, and now two new teams are interested: the San Jose Sharks, and Montreal Canadiens.

Dany Heatley didn’t want to play with the Edmonton Oilers for some reason, and rejected their offer. Ottawa Senators GM Bryan Murray wants to keep Heatley, but the disgruntled forward doesn’t want to play for the Senators. So, Edmonton is done with him, and now Heatley faces San Jose and maybe Montreal.

Bryan Murray doesn’t really think he wants to send Heatley to San Jose, because he thinks there’s no one good in San Jose. The Sharks offered Jonathan Cheechoo and Christian Ehrhoff, but Murray isn’t interested. Murray said it might come down to Heatley in a Montreal uniform. That’d be weird, because Heatley goes to Montreal from Ottawa, while Alex Kovalev goes to Ottawa from Montreal. It’s almost like a trade. What do you think will happen? Heatley with Sharks? Heatley with Canadiens? Neither? Vote below:

Where do YOU think Heatley should go?
Dany Heatley

~Tiberus98

1 Comment »

  1. Ain’t no way that Heatley is going to end up in Montreal, even if the Canadiens somehow managed to clear the cap space for him I don’t see Heatley in Gainey’s plans, especially after picking up Gomez, Gionta, and Cammalleri already.

    At the of things Heatley may just still be a Sen next season.

    Comment by YourHabs — August 4, 2009 @ 4:06 am


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