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In today's NHL rumors, there is news regarding Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Wayne Simmonds, Marc-Andre Fluery, Tyler Johnson and Connor McDavid

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By Jim Parsons October 6, 2020

In today’s recap of NHL rumors, Arizona Coyotes were given a trade deadline from Oliver Ekman-Larsson Meanwhile, the Buffalo Sabers have been more than kind in sending Wayne Simmonds on saying to try and strike a deal with a team before free agency. The Tampa Bay Lightning are trying to send a paycheck and a player is ready to adjust and the Vegas Golden Knights have found moving Marc-Andre Fleury won’t be easy

Apparently, if the Arizona Coyotes are serious about trading defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson, they have to get their ducks in order and do it by Friday The defender has set a deadline for any exchange and notes that if he hasn’t budged, he’ll just stay put eval (ez_write_tag ([[300,250], ‘thehockeywriters_com-medrectangle-3’, ‘ezslot_1’, 662, ‘0’, ‘0’]));

TSN’s Darren Dreger notes: “Oliver Ekman-Larsson through his agent, Kevin Epp imposed a deadline on Friday for a deal in Boston or VancouverHe adds that the agent and the player want to avoid the chaso that will come with free agency Dreger adds: « If no deal by Friday, Oliver remains in Arizona »

This could be a shout out to Boston or Vancouver to raise their bids or it could be a clue that the Coyotes aren’t so greedy in their demand Anyway, Ekman-Larsson just made it right a little more complicated

Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reports the Buffalo Sabers gave Wayne Simmonds the go-ahead to try to strike a deal with another NHL franchise ahead of free agency on Friday Among the two apparently interested teams are the Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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Learn the Maple Leafs have a genuine interest in pending UFA winger Wayne Simmonds at the right price They’ve listed him as a target once the free agency opens on Friday Again, it would take a reasonable contract to make it work But the Leafs have a genuine interest in it

He also says Canadians showed interest in Simmonds last July, but only up to a price He didn’t think anyone should be surprised if the Habs returned to Simmonds

According to Darren Dreger, Tampa Bay Lightning forward Tyler Johnson realizes he’s not in the core group of players the team is trying to keep and their need to pay a salary suggests that he’s an asset the team should trade in He’s not trying to get in the way

In fact, Dreger notes that Johnson has given the Tampa Bay Lightning several teams to work with in the quest to trade Dreger nots, « Sources say the roster includes a mix of league-wide teams. Good communication between Lightning GM, Julien BriseBois and Johnson camp « 

This doesn’t mean the Lightning will be able to move it, just that it won’t try to make things difficult

According to TSN hockey insider Frank Seravalli, the Vegas Golden Knights face a problem with their attempts to move goalie Marc-Andre Fleury The teams are so reluctant to take his salary, the Golden Knights can’t give it

« I understood this weekend that the conversations Vegas was having with the teams included: ‘We will give you a 2nd round pick ET Marc André Fleury and not ask for anything in return », just to move the contract There were no takers then, from what I understand and… now they have to be creative in moving money « 

According to the official Edmonton Oilers account, Connor McDavid tested positive for COVID-19 The team released a statement late Monday evening saying the center « had undergone medical tests which revealed a positive result for COVID-19 virus ”They added that he was voluntarily in quarantine at home since learning the news and will continue to be monitored The team noted: « he is feeling fine and has mild symptoms »

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