With the recent comments that Roberto Luongo would be willing to waive his no trade clause if Vancouver was willing to deal him, the question must be asked: Where might he go? Luongo's contract is signed through the 2021-22 season, so any team that takes a chance on him better be able to throw some serious coin into the mix. For the Canucks, it probably is the smart move to get rid of him, Cory Schneider had a phenomenal year and won't be half the contract hit that Luongo will be.
With the New York Knicks off to a 4-20 start and their season essentially over, is reportedly open to waiving the no-trade clause in his contract. How will shares of the company that owns the NBA team react? MSG has been a good i... Read Post
by Bruce CiskieFiled under: Canucks, Western The parade of NHL contracts lasting more than a decade continues. For the Vancouver Canucks, this one is likely the most significant. Goalie Roberto Luongo, the rock of the Canucks' defen... Read Post