Columbus Blue Jackets star Rick Nash would have approved a trade to the Detroit Red Wings, but multiple reports indicate that won't be his landing spot.
It is believed that the Red Wings made "a hell of an offer" for Nash, but that Columbus general manager Scott Howson and the rest of the front office have no desire to let Nash haunt them for years to come with a division rival.
The asking price for Nash is believed to be multiple NHL forwards -- a steep price for any team to pay, even Detroit. This also would mean the Blackhawks -- who, to be clear, aren't believed to be in the mix, anyways -- wouldn't be considered a landing spot.
There are five remaining teams considered as favorites to land Nash: the Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins and San Jose Sharks.
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The crew also runs down the top items on the Cubs’ offseason wish list – ranging from bullpen help to infield depth to a set leadoff hitter – in what may be the most impactful winter in Theo Epstein’s tenure in Chicago.
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On this edition of the Bulls Talk podcast, the Bulls Outsiders team of Matt Peck, David Watson, and John Sabine join Kevin Anderson to talk about the series premier of ‘Bulls Outsiders’ Thursday night. Hear about how the show came together and what they are hoping to bring to the Bulls fanbase this season. They’ll also share their bold predictions for the season including two potential end-of-season award winners from this roster.
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