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"They cant execute anything they might be planning until some time passes, where they make some trades or they have some kind of indication whats going to happen. Even then, theres no guarantee theyre going to get everything they want. Its just kind of well wait and see." Harrington also wrote that Sabres GM Tim Murray pretty much confirmed that hes in limbo on dealing Miller as well. Murray said the Sabres are studying options all over their roster but the scuttlebutt around the league is theyre getting plenty of inquiries on pending unrestricted free agents Miller, Steve Ott and Matt Moulson, as well as interest in defenceman Henrik Tallinder. "There are players on the team were certainly going to go forward with, young guys that they fit what we want to do," Murray said. "In saying that, if a team calls and they absolutely knock your socks off, then I guess Ive told a fib by saying were going to go forward with a certain player and Ive traded him. It doesnt look right, but thats my motto. Im willing to listen on every single player, so Im certainly listening on Ryan. Is that our plan? I guess well see what other teams have to say." Moving Mike? While TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie reported Tuesday on Twitter that the Calgary Flames and Mike Cammalleri are "continuing dialogue on new contract," Wes Gilbertson of The Calgary Sun says it would be a surprise if the clubs highest-paid player wasnt moved before the deadline. Staying Focused Derek Van Diest of The Edmonton Sun writes that Oilers centre Sam Gagner is focused on helping Edmonton win games rather than trade speculation. "Its something where you try and block it out," Gagner said. "I think its an easier thing to do the further you are from the trade deadline, but as it creeps up, its sometimes hard. I think its important just to focus on your game. I have some things that I need to continue to get better at, and thats something that Im trying to focus on right now, trying to help this team win games, and hopefully, I can do that heading towards the stretch here." Deep Freeze Joe Haggerty of Comcast Sportsnet tweeted out that Boston Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli has had trade talks but doesnt see them making any deals before the Olympic roster freeze. Tom Savage Jersey . On the day the club activated Casey Janssen from the 15-day disabled list, his return from a strained oblique that cost him the first six weeks of the regular season, it announced Sergio Santos would be placed on the disabled list on Monday with discomfort in his right forearm. 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Lind to disabled list; Franciscos contract purchased Adaam Lind was moving around the visitors clubhouse in Cleveland better than the day before in Minneapolis but the slight progress wasnt enough to keep him off the disabled list. Lamar Miller Jersey. "We just decided we may as well give it the full rest and not try and push it," said Lind. "Just let it heal, fully." Lind, who has a history of back problems but nothing of significance since the 2012 season, felt his lower back tighten up in the fourth inning of Tuesday nights game against the Twins. He remained in the game until the seventh when he was lifted for pinch-hitter Josh Thole. Lind will leave the team and head to Dunedin, where hell be under the care of the Blue Jays medical staff. He expects to receive an injection in his back on Monday. His stint on the disabled list will be made retroactive to April 16, making Lind eligible to return on May 1. The Blue Jays have purchased the contract of infielder Juan Francisco to take Linds place. Francisco signed a minor league deal with the club on April 2. Like Lind, Franciscos a left-handed hitter who can play first base and designated hitter. He could also play third base in a pinch. Francisco has some pop. He hit 18 home runs in 348 at-bats for the Braves and Brewers last season. To make room for Francisco on the 40-man roster, the club transferred infielder Maicer Izturis (knee) to the 60-day disabled list. Reyes returns Saturday The Blue Jays will formally activate shortstop Jose Reyes from the disabled list in time for Saturday afternoons game against the Indians. Reyes has been out since the first inning of the season-opening game in Tampa Bay, when he aggravated a left hamstring strain that had been bothering him since mid-March. Infielder Munenori Kawasaki was optioned to Triple-A Buffalo to facilitate Reyes return. 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The hat got passed around and those who put it on garnered a laugh from the assembled mass. Its heavy padding gave it a hockey helmet look. Redmond has an open mind when it comes to wearing better head protection in the wake of line drive incidents involving J.A. Happ, Alex Cobb and Brandon McCarthy. "If something comes out and it looks like a regular hat and felt like a regular hat, itd be fine," said Redmond. "I wouldnt object to it if they made it mandatory but as long as its not mandatory I dont think anybodys going to wear that." Cheap Authentic Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys 2018 Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale Authentic Jerseys Cheap Authentic Jerseys Cheap Authentic Jerseys ' ' '

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