The name of Kessel was there but was removed from late
Dan Kingerski of Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Elliotte Friedman has just reported that the Pittsburgh Penguins has put the name of Phil Kessel there before this season.
The only commercial way of Kessel has the sense that the return improves them, and it can be almost impossible & # 39; to trade Kessel and make them better this season.
There are few teams who would like to resign large assets for the 31st birthday.
Kessel recorded 92 points last season – 50 at even strength, 42 on the power play.
He takes $ 6.8 million chapters, usually does not want to give up for more than 30. If the Penguins wanted to trade him, they may have to accept an agreement, which included "a high choice, perspective and a minor player."
Joe Starkey from the Pittsburgh Post Office: Multiple Penguin reports have been at least open to the idea of trading of Phil Kessel.
Starkey is not in agreement with the idea of trading Kessel: "If the accusation is that Kessel has a hard personality who is worrying, he still produces points, despite a recent strike. He had 92 last season and has as many times as Sidney Crosby (29) until Now, he is incredibly consistent, putting doubling figures in every month since the beginning of the past season. It's about 10 days ago, he's at 100-point speed. A great week and he'll stay on it again. "
Starkey lists a number of other reasons for not dealing with it. You will not get a bigger return if they move and they do not seek to rebuild. Do not believe he's trying to get out of Pittsburgh.
Chris Nichols by Nichols sur Hokeo: Elliotte Friedman of his 31 Thoughts podcast with Jeff Marek talked about the rumors of the Board of Governors meeting this last week.
Friedman realizes that the Pittsburgh penguins may have previously called the name of Phil Kessel, but "withdrawn it." Socie Kessel may not be comfortable, and he may be a man who has to move four or five years.
"And also, if they really change themselves, they have to trade something like that.
"So I think they look at it, and then they have taken it away."