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Latest Eklund: Belfour being shopped

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Spector's Rumor

Well, go to trade rumors. Then look in terror as you see:

Belak, Belfour

FOR

Zetterberg

Finally, scream.

Seriously, this would be the biggest waste Ken Holland could possibly do. Zets is a up and coming star, while Belak is a #6 Dman and Belfour MIGHT be able to play one more year.

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Also, Eklund said Boston is interested. Why the hell is Boston interested in Belfour? Andrew Raycroft is going to be a star for many, many years to come and no team needs a $4.56 million backup. Heck, the $1.14 million for Legace to backup here is too much.

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Guest wingsfan4life24

i dont know why these stupid rumors wont die

holland cant be that stupid to trade his future for a 40 yr old 5 million dollar goalie

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He also says Boston is interested in Belfour. This could mean 1 of 2 things..

1.) Eklund has no credibility whatsoever.

2.) A 3 team deal between Toronto, Detroit, and Boston could go down. Thornton, Raycroft, Zetterberg, Datsyuk, Belfour are some of the names that could be involved I guess.

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Spector's Rumor

Well, go to trade rumors. Then look in terror as you see:

Belak, Belfour

FOR

Zetterberg

Finally, scream.

Seriously, this would be the biggest waste Ken Holland could possibly do. Zets is a up and coming star, while Belak is a #6 Dman and Belfour MIGHT be able to play one more year.

Worst. Rumor. Ever.

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