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Brady Tkachuk trade rumours: Sens GM Steve Staios Makes a big Statement


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Elias Edmonson
May 27, 2024  (3:48 PM)
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As speculation surrounding a trade of Brady Tkachuk by the Ottawa Senators intensified today, Steve Staios made a statement.

The General Manager of the Ottawa Senators made a very clear statement in the last few minutes, a statement reported by the renowned Pierre LeBrun.
Senators GM Steve Staios tells Pierre LeBrun in TheAthleticNHL
that "there is absolutely no validity" to the social media rumours that the team is looking to trade Brady Tkachuk

«About these trade rumors involving Brady Tkachuk? It's nonsense,» said Senators GM Steve Staios on Monday.

On the other hand, there is truth and seriousness regarding the talks surrounding an upcoming trade for Martin Necas.» - Pierre LeBrun

So it is very clear and it contradicts what journalist Jeremy Rutherford mentioned on ESPN this morning.

Ottawa Senators General Manager Steve Staios rejects the possibility of a trade involving Brady Tkachuk and the Hurricanes could actually trade Martin Necas

These are very interesting pieces of information reported by Pierre LeBrun.
However, it should be noted that the Calgary Flames' General Manager had a similar stance just before trading Matthew Tkachuk, but still, we must rely on his word.
That said, it is interesting to see that it seems to be confirmed for Martin Necas.
Rest assured that Kent Hughes and Jeff Gorton will call the Hurricanes and do their homework with the excellent 6-foot-2 forward, but there will be several teams in the race.
Details will follow.
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