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Sport Report: Coyotes definitely interested in trading for Hall

03:45  06 december  2019
03:45  06 december  2019 Source:   thescore.com

Rumor: Dallas could end up trading for Andre Iguodala

  Rumor: Dallas could end up trading for Andre Iguodala Iguodala would help the Dallas' defense during the postseason.The Los Angeles Lakers (the reported frontrunners) are waiting for Memphis to buy out Iguodala after the trade deadline so they can sign him as a free agent. (Other teams, including the Clippers and Rockets, are interested, too.

Coyotes would definitely prefer to give up Bahl (55th overall 2018) and a pick,. Chayka is as hands on as they come and you bet hes doing his Considering Hall has much higher potential than Kane and is equal to Stone, I would argue that he'd likely return something similar to the Stone trade .

Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle is one of the best puck possession defenseman in the NHL, although his occasional struggles on the "The Detroit Red Wings would definitely have interest in Yandle," Dreger said, "but they're more interested in Tyler Myers (of the Buffalo Sabres)."

The Arizona Coyotes are definitely interested in trading for New Jersey Devils star Taylor Hall, TSN's Darren Dreger reported on Thursday's edition of "Insider Trading."

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Hall, 28, is in the final year of his current deal, which carries an annual cap hit of $6 million. He's scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent in July, and Devils GM Ray Shero is reportedly listening to potential offers for the blue-chip winger.

The Devils entered the 2019-20 campaign with high expectations after being one of the most aggressive teams in the offseason. But New Jersey has stumbled to a 9-14-4 record through 27 contests and sits second-last in the NHL entering Thursday's action.

Devils hold Hall out vs. Avalanche as precaution

  Devils hold Hall out vs. Avalanche as precaution The New Jersey Devils are withholding Taylor Hall from the lineup on Friday night against the Colorado Avalanche for precautionary reasons, the team announced just before the opening faceoff. The Devils had nothing to report on a potential trade, a club spokesman told reporters, including The Athletic's Corey Masisak. However, there's been some traction in trade talks, so it's not worth it for the club to risk playing the 28-year-old at the moment, reports TSN's Pierre LeBrun.Hall took part in the pregame warmup, according to The Record's Abbey Mastracco.

Arizona Coyotes . Perimeter defense is definitely a need, so it makes sense for them to be interested in Shumpert. The Cavaliers have also been reportedly interested in Koufos. If that's true, there's a simple framework to work with already in place for a potential trade .

The latest report comes from NJ.com, which says that possible suitors are beginning to emerge, and the Rams have interest in Foles. So the Rams want to re-sign a QB that has been consistently injured since being drafted AND trade for another with a significant injury history in his limited action?

Arizona, on the other hand, has enjoyed a strong start to the season as it looks to end a seven-year playoff drought. The Coyotes have been one of the league's best defensive teams but rank 23rd in goals-per-game and could use an offensive boost.

Coyotes general manager John Chayka added perennial goal-scorer Phil Kessel in a deal with the Pittsburgh Penguins in July, and his apparent interest in Hall seems to indicate Arizona is all-in on this season; the Coyotes are currently projected by CapFriendly to have just $785,000 in cap space for 2020-21 - the first season of Hall's next contract.

Hall captured the 2018 Hart Trophy as league MVP with a career-best 93-point campaign. The Alberta native leads the Devils with 22 points this season but has mustered just four goals in 27 games.

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Wild's Dubnyk returns vs. Coyotes after 15-game absence .
Minnesota Wild netminder Devan Dubnyk returned to the crease Thursday night versus the Arizona Coyotes after missing his club's last 15 games. Dubnyk was away from the Wild for the past month to be with his wife, who suddenly fell ill in November. He occasionally practiced with the team but didn't travel or appear in a game since a Nov. 16 overtime loss to the Carolina Hurricanes. Minnesota's undergone a massive turnaround in Dubnyk's absence,Dubnyk was away from the Wild for the past month to be with his wife, who suddenly fell ill in November. He occasionally practiced with the team but didn't travel or appear in a game since a Nov. 16 overtime loss to the Carolina Hurricanes.

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