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Bruins' Potential Linus Ullmark Trade Is No More Due To No-Trade Clause

Published March 8, 2024 at 2:55 PM

In recent news, Linus Ullmark, the Vezina Trophy winner of 2023 was set out to be traded. It has been confirmed that the deal has has been blocked by his 16 team no-trade list, reported by Kevin Weekes of ESPN earlier today. Apparently it was due to the "geography" of the interested team. The majority of the teams included in this clause are out west.

"Bruins Had Linus Ullmark Deal Blocked By No-Trade Clause."

The Kings have reportedly made the highest offer in return for Ullmark, including both draft pick and a roster player. Although it has yet to be confirmed, rumor has it that is defenseman Matt Roy who is in his last season of a $3.15 million salary capped three year contract. It has been said that the Kings have been looking into the Boston Bruins in recent weeks getting ready to strike a deal with Boston before the trade deadline.

An NHL executive source had this to say about the potential Ullmark trade :

"The Kings believe they're still a contender, and they need a goalie. There's a market for him. If I look at the teams out west – the Oilers, the Avalanche, and the Kings – I think the Kings want one the most. I think they like Ullmark."

With this news about Ullmark being out in the open, a few other potential Bruins trades can be made before the deadline. Two names come to mind when talking about upcoming potential trades; Jake DeBrusk and Derek Forbort.

source: bostonhockeynow
March 8   |   284 answers
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