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TSN Hockey Insiders Bob McKenzie and Darren Dreger have the latest on why the New York Rangers may trade Ryan Callahan, Thomas Vaneks future after the winger rejected a long-term extension from the New York Islanders, and if the Raphael Diaz trade means another Vancouver Canucks defenceman is on the way out. Ryan Callahan trade talks caught a lot of people off guard. Details are now emerging about why the Rangers would consider such a move. Darren Dreger: He wants a lot of money. Its been widely reported that Callahan is looking for a seven-year term around $6 million per year. That is not accurate. Im told that it is more than $6.5 million but less than $7 million per year on a seven-year term. Whether its $6 million per year or, as we know now, closer to $7 million, thats a lot of money; too much for the Rangers. Theres not a lot of wiggle room in this negotiation and thats why Glen Sather is considering and working towards moving his captain. It seems like a pressing issue. What are the chances Callahan gets either signed or traded before this Fridays Olympic roster freeze? Dreger: 50/50. I know thats an easy guess to make but I would say its more unlikely to get done because there is a willingness to push this as far as you can. But in the meantime the Rangers also need to get as much in return as possible for Callahan. The Chris Stewart deal with the St. Louis Blues is still there; Stewart would be a part of that. The Rangers also have to pay attention to whats going on with Dan Girardi. If he doesnt come to terms this week with the Rangers and avoid potential of unrestricted free agency, perhaps that sends a message to Sather that hes going to unrestricted free agency and he then joins Callahan in the trade speculation. Sounds more and more like New York Islanders forward Thomas Vanek wants to be an unrestricted free agent this summer. What does that mean for potential deals? Bob McKenzie: Youre right. News broke on Monday morning that Vanek rejected a verbal offer from the Islanders; a lucrative, long-term deal. The implication of course being that now hes going to get unrestricted free agency. He wants to at least test the market and see whats out there. So the Islanders are looking at trade scenarios for Vanek between now and the March 5 trade deadline. GM Garth Snow will continue to try and sign Vanek; try and sweeten the pot and push to get something done, but by the same token, hes on a track where hes talking to teams and finding out what hes going to get. The Los Angeles Kings and Pittsburgh Penguins are amongst those teams that would be interested in getting a scoring winger, a rental at the deadline. Pittsburgh has some cap issues, but Vaneks exactly what the doctors ordered for a lot of contending teams. Vancouver gets another defenceman in the Raphael Diaz for Dale Weise trade but isnt that an overabundance? Does this lead us to believe the Canucks will deal a defenceman at some point? McKenzie: Everybody assumes that this is the precursor to moving one of their veteran defencemen; getting Alex Edler to waive his no-trade clause or what have you. I dont believe theres any relation to the Diaz trade and making another move. Right now you have Kevin Bieksa, Chris Tanev, and Yannick Weber all battling injury. In my opinion, getting Diaz is nothing more than taking a fourth-line grinder with limited ability in Weise, and sending him to the Canadiens for a puck-moving defenceman who had fallen out of favour. I think this is about the here and now. Thats not to say the Canucks wont make a trade down the road, but I think this move is self-explanatory. David Legwand is a lifelong Nashville Predator with 951 career games, might he move? McKenzie: The Predators are shopping Legwand hard. 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TSN 1290s Jordan Cieciwa, Big Marv and Toby are here to give their predictions on who will leave with the belt and who will take some of the other key bouts on the card. Johny Hendricks vs.Connor McDavid is out in front of Jack Eichel in NHL Central Scoutings 2015 mid-season prospect rankings. While the two players are the consensus top two prospects for the 2015 Draft according to most rankings, the NHLs list has the Erie Otters centre in the No. 1 spot at the seasons halfway point. McDavid returned to action during the 2015 World Junior Championship after breaking his hand in mid-November. He won a gold medal with Team Canada at the tournament and has scored five goals and four assists in four games since returning to Erie on Jan. 8. Eichel, who captained the U.S. World Junior team that finished fifth at the tournament, has 34 points in 20 games this season with Boston University. Rounding out the top five North American skaters are Boston College blueliner Noah Hanifin, Kingston Frontenacs winger Lawson Crouse and McDavids Erie teammate Dylan Strome. The top international skater is Swedish blueliner Oliver Kylington, who missed the World Juniors due to injury. European skaters playing in the Canadian Hockey League help make up the Top 15 on the North American skaters list, including Pavel Zacha (Sarnia) and Jakub Zboril (Saint John), as well as Russian defender Ivan Provorov who plays for the Brandon Wheat Kings. Barries Mackenzie Blackwood and Magnitogorsk 2s Ilya Samsonov were named the top North American and International goalies, respectively. Also notable in the goalie rankings is the fourth-ranked international goalie, Denis Godla. The Slovakian netminder made headlines as a fan favourite at the World Juniors as the tournaments best goaltender and Most Valuable Player. Read the Top 30 list for the North American and International skaters below, along with the Top 10 North American and International goaltenders. North American Skaters RANK NAME TEAM (LEAGUE) HT WT POS. 1 Connor McDavid Erie (OHL) 6-0 195 C 2 Jack Eichel Boston University (NCAA) 6-2 196 C 3 Noah Hanifin Boston College (NCAA) 6-2 203 D 4 Lawson Crouse Kingston (OHL) 6-2 211 LW 5 Dylan Strome Erie (OHL) 6-3 187 C 6 Zachary Werenski Michigan (NCAA) 6-2 206 D 7 Mitchell Marner London (OHL) 5-11 155 C 8 Pavel Zacha Sarnia (OHL) 6-3 210 C 9 Mathew Barzal Seattle (WHL) 5-11 175 C 10 Ivan Provorov Brandon (WHL) 6-0 191 D 11 Jakub Zboril Saint John (QMJHL) 6-0 184 D 12 Timo Meier Halifax (QMJHL) 6-1 208 RW 13 Nicholas Merkley Kelowna (WHL) 5-10 191 C 14 Kyle Connor Youngstown (USHL) 6-1 177 LW 15 Thomas Chabot Saint John (QMJHL) 6-1 181 D 16 Brandon Carlo Tri-City (WHL) 6-4 198 D 17 Filip Chlapik Charlottetown (QMJHL) 6-0 194 C 18 Jansen Harkins Prince George (WHL) 6-0 177 C 19 Paul Bittner Portland (WHL) 6-4 206 LW 20 Daniel Sprong Charlottetown (QMJHL) 6-0 189 RW 21 Evgeny Svechnikov Cape Breton (QMJHL) 6-2 199 LW 22 Jordan Greenway US U-18 6-4 222 LW 23 Jeremy Roy Sherbrooke (QMJHL) 5-11 189 D 24 Jake DeBrusk Swift Current (WHL) 5-11 171 LW 25 Nicolas Roy Chicoutimi (QMJHL) 6-4 199 C 26 Travis Konecny Ottawa (OHL) 5-9 174 C 27 Colin White US U-18 6-0 183 C 28 Brock Boeser Waterloo (USHL) 6-0 191 RW 29 Thomas Novak Waterloo (USHL) 6-0 179 C 30 Guillaume Brisebois Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL) 6-1 170 D International Skaters RANK NAME TEAM (LEAGUE) HT WT POS 1 Oliver Kylington AIK (SWE2) 6-0 181 D 2 Mikko Rantanen TPS (FIN) 6-3 211 RW 3 Jens Looke Brynas (SWE) 6-0 180 RW 4 Michael Spacek Pardubice (CZE) 5-11 187 RW 5 Jacob Larsson Frolunda Jr.dddddddddddd (SWEJR) 6-2 191 D 6 Gabriel Carlsson Linkoping Jr. (SWEJR) 6-4 183 D 7 Denis Gurianov Togliatti 2 (RUSJR) 6-2 183 RW 8 Filip Ahl HV 71 Jr. (SWEJR) 6-3 211 LW 9 Sebastian Aho Skelleftea (SWE) 5-9 165 D 10 David Kase Chomutov (CZE2) 5-11 169 RW 11 Roope Hintz Ilves (FIN) 6-2 185 LW 12 Jonas Siegenthaler Zurich (SUI) 6-2 220 D 13 Yegor Rykov SKA St. Petersburg 2 (RUSJR) 6-1 216 D 14 Alexander Dergachyov SKA St. Petersburg 2 (RUSJR) 6-4 200 C 15 Jesper Lindgren Modo Jr. (SWEJR) 6-0 161 D 16 Sebastian Aho Karpat (FIN) 5-11 172 RW 17 Robin Kovacs AIK (SWE2) 6-0 172 RW 18 Artem Volkov MVD Balashikha 2 (RUSJR) 6-1 189 D 19 Lucas Carlsson Brynas Jr. (SWEJR) 6-0 180 D 20 Lukas Jasek Trinec (CZE) 5-11 165 RW 21 Julius Nattinen JYP 2 (FIN2) 6-1 191 C 22 Joel Eriksson Ek Farjestad Jr. (SWEJR) 6-1 180 C 23 Denis Malgin Zurich (SUI) 5-8 163 C 24 Erik Cernak Kosice (SVK) 6-3 203 D 25 Aleksi Saarela Assat (FIN) 5-10 198 C 26 Vladislav Gavrikov Yaroslavl 2 (RUSJR) 6-2 205 D 27 Jan Ordos Liberec Jr. (CZEJR) 5-11 176 LW 28 Jan Dufek Brno Jr. (CZEJR) 5-11 172 RW 29 Dmitri Yudin St. Petersburg (RUS) 6-2 185 D 30 Roman Dymacek Brno Jr. (CZEJR) 6-0 175 LW North American and International Goaltenders RANK NAME TEAM (LEAGUE) HT WT NA1 Mackenzie Blackwood Barrie (OHL) 6-4 215 NA2 Callum Booth Quebec (QMJHL) 6-2 199 NA3 Samuel Montembeault Blainville-Boisbriand (QMJHL) 6-2 164 NA4 Matej Tomek Topeka (NAHL) 6-2 180 NA5 Luke Opilka US U-18 6-1 192 NA6 Michael McNiven Owen Sound (OHL) 6-0 205 NA7 Michael Lackey US U-18 6-2 214 NA8 Nick Schneider Medicine Hat (WHL) 6-1 160 NA9 Adin Hill Portland (WHL) 6-3 198 NA10 Connor Hicks Belleville (OHL) 6-3 189 INT1 Ilya Samsonov Manitogorsk 2 (RUSJR) 6-3 200 INT2 Daniel Vladar Kladno (CZE2) 6-5 185 INT3 Felix Sandstrom Brynas Jr. (SWEJR) 6-2 191 INT4 Denis Godla Bratislava (RUS) 5-11 176 INT5 Adam Huska Slovakia U-18 (SVK2) 6-3 189 INT6 Adam Werner Farjestad Jr. (SWEJR) 6-4 185 INT7 Veini Vehvilainen JYP 2 (FIN2) 6-0 180 INT8 Christian Heljanko HIFK Jr. (FINJR) 5-10 169 INT9 Ales Stezka Liberec Jr. (CZEJR) 6-3 178 INT10 George Sorensen Herning (DEN) 5-10 172 ' ' '

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