It’s time for another edition of NHL rumours. The Carolina Hurricanes made the last four of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. However, there are some that call that season a disappointment. Carolina had injuries take a big bite out of their scoring during the post-season. The Hurricanes know they’re going to have to shore up that scoring in order to be a contender. This edition of NHL rumours explores the Hurricanes looking at a Mark Scheifele trade with the Winnipeg Jets.
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Hurricanes Looking Into Mark Scheifele Trade
The 30-year-old makes $6.125 million in this last year of his deal and has a modified no-trade clause. This would be a 10-team no-trade list, but Kitchener, Ontario native would probably love to go to a contender.
Can a Mark Scheifele Trade Happen?
Seth Jarvis and/or Martin Necas, and Brett Pesce could be involved in a trade coming back. However, there could be a larger deal involving Brenden Dillon and Ville Heinola swapping places. even mentioned that Jesperi Kotkaniemi could get a fresh start with the Jets. Carolina may not have a penchant for making big swings, but their hand may be forced.
Winnipeg may not realize it, but a rebuild is coming with the trio wanting a new start. However, the Jets may be able to mold their roster with some new players from these deals.
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