TSN ‘Insider’ Bob McKenzie appeared on TSN 1200 this afternoon for his regular pre-game appearance and as part of his conversation, he touched upon Bryan Murray’s conversations with other GMs and what kind of trade talks the Senators’ GM has been a part of lately.
Incredibly, McKenzie mentions that the Senators have kicked the tires on former Senator, Antoine Vermette....
Per Bob McKenzie on NHLN’s NHL Live yesterday (via Nichols on Hockey), the New York Rangers may have interest in Phoenix Arizona Coyotes center Antoine Vermette. Vermette is one of the few offensive bright spots on the ‘Yotes, but the 32 year old center is also a pending UFA primed to get a decent pay raise
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The Arizona Coyotes are slipping further and further out of the playoff picture and that has fans and analysts wondering what the club will do when it comes to rebuilding for the future. One of the names you’ve probably seen discussed is Antoine Vermette and it’s appearing more likely that he’ll be dealt in the near future.
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As the 2015 NHL trade deadline draws closer, the Chicago Blackhawks are looking to acquire Antoine Vermette from the Arizona Coyotes. Vermette, who is a versatile center, is a good fit for the Blackhawks. He is 55% at winning faceoffs this season and can play on the penalty kill and power play. He has 10 goals and 25 points, which leads his team.
The Coyotes stated they do not plan on
As we move into the new calendar year, trade rumors in the NHL will only continue to get more common.
This season could be different than past seasons for the Blackhawks, with some intriguing UFAs that might not resign with their current clubs. One such player: versatile center Antoine Vermette of the Arizona Coyotes.
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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- On Saturday, Shane Doan unveiled the shattering stick trick. On Monday, he engineered the disappearing hat trick.
Doan was originally credited for the first goal in Monday's 3-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers at Gila River Arena that gave Arizona a three-game winning streak, matching its season-high. But a few minutes later, Antoine Vermette got official credit...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Antoine Vermette scored two goals, and the Arizona Coyotes held off the Philadelphia Flyers 4-2 on Monday night for their third straight victory.
Vermette was originally thought to have earned his fourth NHL hat trick, but more than 30 minutes after the game ended his first goal was credited to Shane Doan instead.
Vermette scored an empty-net goal with 28 seconds...
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December 30, 2014
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The Flyers loss to Nashville on Saturday was somewhat expected, especially off of a break. But as the road trip entered the latter half of eight games, the schedule appeared to be significantly easier.
The Arizona Coyotes had other ideas.
A late goal in the first by Shane Doan gave the Coyotes the lead and they never looked back, downing the...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Antoine Vermette had half the Coyotes fan base at hello; the female half.
"It's the French thing," Coyotes vice president of communications Rich Nairn said. "It's the accent."
The other half of the fan base? They're on board, too.
What's not to like about a guy who touches the game in so many positive ways? Vermette logs more ice time each game than any forward...