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Who Broke the Trades: 2012

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As I have in past years (this blog actually began on trade deadline day 3 years ago), I will keep track of who breaks each trade today. Which network will win? TSN or Sportsnet? Maybe RDS gets involved if the Habs trade enough of their team.

My tally is 6 for Sportsnet (7 if you include the one the Oilers broke first), 5 for TSN and 1 for RDS. I also don’t have any information for 2 trades. Any help in finalizing this is appreciated.

All times are Atlantic Standard Time. I will update this all day long.

Anaheim trades Andrew Gordon to Vancouver for Sebastian Erixon

Vancouver trades Cody Hodgson and Alexander Sulzer to Buffalo for Zack Kassian and Marc-Andre Gragnani
Broken by Bob McKenzie of TSN at 4:35pm

Toronto trades Dale Mitchell to Anaheim for Mark Fraser

Chicago trades John Scott to NY Rangers for a 5th round pick (2012)
Broken by Mark Spector of Sportsnet at 4:14pm

Minnesota trades Greg Zanon to Boston for Steve Kampfer
Broken by Bob McKenzie of TSN at 4:12pm

Buffalo trades Paul Gaustad and a 4th round pick (2013) to Nashville for a 1st round pick (2012)
Broken by Pierre Lebrun of TSN at 4:00pm

NY Islanders trade Brian Rolston and Mike Mottau to Boston for Marc Cantin and Yannick Riendeau
Borken by Nick Kypreos of Sportsnet at 3:55pm

Winnipeg trades Johnny Oduya to Chicago for a 2nd round pick (2013) and third round pick (2013)
Broken by Darren Dreger of TSN at 3:08pm

Columbus trades Samuel Pahlsson to Vancouver for two 4th round picks (2012)
Broken by Nick Kypreos of Sportsnet at 2:58m

Tampa Bay trades Matt Gilroy to Toronto for Brian Lee
Broken by Bruce Garroich of Sportsnet at 2:58pm

Colorado trades Daniel Winnik,  TJ Galliardi and a 7th round pick (2013) to San Jose for Jamie McGinn, Mike Connolly and Michael Sgarbossa
Broken by Scott Morrison of Sportsnet at 2:55pm

Toronto trades Keith Aullie to Tampa Bay for Carter Ashton
Broken by Gord Miller of TSN at 2:36pm

Edmonton trades Tom Gilbert to Minnesota for Nick Shultz
Broken by Oilers Twitter at 1:50pm (Sportsnet was network to report it)

Detroit trades Mike Commodore to Tampa Bay for a conditional 7th round pick
Broken by Nick Kypreos of Sportsnet at 1:30pm

Montreal trades Andrei Kostitsyn to Nashville for a 2nd round pick (2013) and a conditional 5th round pick (2013)
Broken by Renaud Lavoie of RDS at 11:18am

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Written by canadiansportsmedia

27 February, 2012 at 2:04pm

Posted in NHL

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  1. Nick Kypreos just broke news that Brian Rolston was traded to Boston.

    Chris S

    27 February, 2012 at 3:56pm

  2. TSN might beat Sportsnet in the ratings, but that doesn’t really matter if SN is getting a majority of the scoops.

    Ticky

    27 February, 2012 at 4:34pm

    • TSN broke the Hodgson-Kassian trade. Probably the biggest.

      Chris S

      27 February, 2012 at 4:49pm

    • How does it not matter? The ratings are what bring in ads which bring in money which is the *only* thing that matters.

      WhitehorseJosh

      27 February, 2012 at 4:50pm

      • Until people realize that SN is doing a better job and switch over.

        Ticky

        27 February, 2012 at 7:26pm

        • I’m not arguing with you about Sportsnet/TSN, just saying that yes, actually, the ratings *do* matter and it’s foolish to say otherwise. The ratings *are the reason* TSN, Sportsnet and others do this every year.

          WhitehorseJosh

          27 February, 2012 at 7:57pm

  3. Eric Stephens, a Ducks beat writer, broke the Gordon-Erixon trade before anyone else. https://twitter.com/#!/icemancometh/status/174235884479193088

    Vlad

    27 February, 2012 at 7:46pm

  4. It depends how you define “breaking a trade”… Because Bob McKenzie, broke that Cody Hodgson was traded to Buffalo before Mark Spector.

    Lion

    27 February, 2012 at 8:06pm

    • Thanks. I missed the McKenzie Tweet. Chobi Liang of TSN’s communications team mentioned the same thing to me. I will correct.

      canadiansportsmedia

      27 February, 2012 at 8:34pm

  5. [...] Canadian Sports Media Blog kept track of which Canadian networks RDS, Rogers Sportsnet or TSN broke the trades [...]

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    28 February, 2012 at 4:18pm


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