It may seem uncharacteristic of Â Brian Burke, historically a headline maker at the Entry Draft, to sit essentially idle on the hockey world’s biggest stage. Important to remember is that the big man can be patient when he needs to be. The Anaheim and Calgary deals of last February, when Burke waited until certain pressure points reached a head, were both examples of Burke’s willingness to sit back until the time was right to pull the trigger – despite all the temptations to hit the panic button as his team sat in the Eastern Conference basement with no first round pick to look forward to.
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Eric Duhatschek reports in the Globe and Mail last night that there are six firm offers for Kaberle, with more expected to come in as the day progresses.
The article also goes on to state that though everyone is focused on the Kaberle sweepstakes, Burke did admit to having a few others things perhaps in the works, though he obviously declined to talk names.
Duhatschek also reports that Blackhawks winger Andrew Ladd may be a potential target for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
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