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The NHLs Mar. 5 Trade Deadline is drawing closer and teams will be deciding on whether to buy or sell. Check out todays trade-related reports and speculation from around the NHL beat. And follow TSN.ca through Deadline Day for all the updates. Kings Ransom With the Los Angeles Kings fighting for a Western Conference playoff berth and just three points up on the wild card zone, is it time for general manager Dean Lombardi to pull the trigger on a deal? The Hockey News looks back at one of Lombardis shrewdest moves - sending Jack Johnson and a first rounder to the Blue Jackets in exchange for Jeff Carter in 2012 – and wonders if the same type of shake-up is available this season. Former Kings Matt Moulson and Mike Cammalleri would work - THN muses - but even a cheaper option like Brad Boyes could also do the trick. Not Going Wild The Minnesota Wild turned heads at the 2013 trade deadline by letting go of prime assets like Johan Larsson, Matt Hackett and a pair of high draft picks for then-Sabres captain Jason Pominville. So, naturally, surrendering all those future assets would naturally take them out of the running to add a major piece this year, right? Not necessarily so, says Wild GM Chuck Fletcher. He told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune that he intends to be more cautious this deadline, but that he wont say no to the right deal. "In a perfect world, I dont want to trade first-round picks in consecutive years," Fletcher told the Star-Trib. "If opportunities come up, sometimes you have to do things, and this first round isnt as deep and our scouts always seem to deliver no matter what picks I leave them with. But it would have to be something pretty special. Id like our guys to have a first-rounder this year." Blue Line Bolts Thanks to injuries on the blue line including Mattias Ohlund and Brian Lee, the Tampa Bay Lightning find themselves with a defence budget to work with ahead of the deadline. With about $3 million in available cap space, the Tampa Bay Times envisions the Bolts looking for a blue line stalwart to help the likes of Victor Hedman and Mark Barberio. The Islanders Andrew MacDonald and Detroits Kyle Quincey headline the Times wishlist. MacDonald averages the seventh-highest ice-time in the league while Quincey - a more expensive rental option would be a more stay-at-home pick-up. Lee Smith Jersey .com) - Australian Open champion Li Na, former Wimbledon winner Petra Kvitova and former world No. David Bote Jersey . -- Rory McIlroy birdied his last two holes Thursday for a 7-under 63 to take the lead after one round of the Honda Classic. https://www.cheapcubs.com/2200t-nico-hoe...ersey-cubs.html. 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Now 33, Cole had a spell on loan at Selhurst Park back in 2000 when the left-back couldnt break into the Arsenal squad behind Sylvinho. Having been dropped from Rudi Garcias starting XI in favour of Greek international Jose Holebas, Roma might be open to idea of a loan for Cole, whos on a two-year deal. The issue, though, could be wages. Palaces highest paid player is on £40,000 a week, while Coles salary is double that. The Real Deal? Having emerged as arguably the top goalkeeper in the BPL this season, David De Gea is a wanted man. The 24-year-old shined again this past weekend in Manchester Uniteds 3-0 win over Liverpool at Old Trafford, making eight savings, including a stunning stop on Mario Balotelli. With two years remaining on De Geas current deal, the Daily Express reports that Real Madrid is willing to break the transfer record for a keeper to bring the former Atletico man back to Spain. The current record for a goalkeeper transfer is the £33 million that Juventus paid in 2001 to bring Gigi Buffon to Torino fromm Parma.dddddddddddd Incumbent Real goalkeeper Iker Casillas has been plagued by failing form in recent years, including at this past summers World Cup, and Real manager Carlo Ancelotti isnt enamoured with internal options in Costa Rican international Keylor Navas and Spanish under-21 international Fernando Pacheco. Though its believed that United has yet to open negotiations on a new deal for De Gea, the time is more than willing to offer him a massive pay increase to fend off interest from the reigning European champions. Simon Sits? In Sundays 3-0 loss to United, embattled Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers dropped goalkeeper Simon Mignolet to the bench after a string of poor performances in favour of Brad Jones. The Australian international did little to instill confidence from his manager, going the wrong way on goals by Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie. Sitting 11th in the table, 18 points behind leaders Chelsea and seven behind West Ham for the final Champions League place, Rodgers could be looking for a permanent change in net and at a Premier League rival for the solution. The Daily Mirror reports that Liverpool will attempt to take Blues keeper Petr Cech on loan when the transfer window opens. Cech lost his spot as first-choice keeper at Stamford Bridge when Belgian international Thibault Courtois was recalled from his loan to Atletico in the summer. If a move for Cech falls through, the Reds could turn to Malagas Mexican international goalkeeper, Guillermo Ochoa. ' ' '

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