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The NHLs Mar. 5 Trade Deadline is drawing closer and teams will be deciding on whether to buy or sell while figuring out which players can make the biggest difference and hold the greatest value. Check out todays trade-related reports and speculation from around the NHL beat. And follow TSN.ca through Deadline Day for all the updates. In a New York Minute TSNs Hockey Insiders were at work on Tuesday on Insider Trading, discussing the possibility of the New York Rangers dealing pending unrestricted free agents Ryan Callahan and Dan Girardi. "Its my understanding that if the Rangers do not sign Callahan and/or Girardi by the trade deadline, they are determined to trade one or both of them, whichever guy is not signed," said TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie. TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger added, "Im told that Rangers general manager Glen Sather has reached out to a number of general managers and he is gauging trade interest on Callahan, less so on Girardi." Eye on Miller McKenzie also discussed the ongoing interest in Sabres goalie Ryan Miller. "The Minnesota Wild havent made an offer, but theyre waiting to see what happens with Josh Hardings health situation," explained McKenzie. "The St. Louis Blues might have some lukewarm interest. Right now, as far as Ryan Miller goes, I wouldnt say its frontburner, but theyre trying to trade him." Defensive Shuffle? The Ottawa Senators announced on Tuesday that Cody Ceci will remain with the club for the rest of the season. NBCSports.com speculates that several other of Ottawas defencemen could now become trade bait in exchange for a scoring winger to play alongside Jason Spezza. The report notes that Patrick Wiercioch, Eric Gryba, Joe Corvo, and Marc Methot have all been healthy scratches at different points this season. Bringing in Boyes? Fluto Shinzawa of The Boston Globe discussed the possibility of former Bruin Brad Boyes being moved by the Florida Panthers. Shinzawa says that with the Panthers being eight points out of a playoff spot and Boyes being a pending unrestricted free agent, the veteran will draw attention on the trade market. Jahleel Addae Jersey . -- Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew practiced in a limited capacity Friday, a positive sign he might be able to play against the Tennessee Titans. Dan Fouts Jersey . The first of the three games will be played in Week 4, when the Oakland Raiders will take on the Miami Dolphins on Sept. http://www.prochargersteamstore.com/You ... te-Jersey/. And though his comeback night didnt quite go to script, Bryant couldnt help reflecting on the work necessary to get back on that court -- and all the months of steady labour ahead to reclaim his game. Bryant had nine points and eight rebounds in his season debut, but Amir Johnson scored a career-high 32 points in the trade-depleted Toronto Raptors 106-94 victory over Los Angeles on Sunday night. Junior Seau Jersey . 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Just kind of following the plan.The plan has McDavid on track to be healthy and ready to go when Canada opens the tournament Dec. 26 in Montreal against Slovakia. But shedding the yellow no-contact jersey and getting through a full practice was an important step toward that goal.McDavid did that Monday at Meridian Centre on the first day of Canadas main training camp. Like McDavid, coach Benoit Groulx knew it was coming, and he knew what to look for in the 17-year-olds progress.How did they feel? Do they look confident on the ice when they skate, do they have poise with the puck, do they seem to have chemistry out there? Groulx said. When you look at Connor today, I thought he had all that, and it is good to see that.McDavid reported no problems with his hand, as expected. The Erie Otters star and projected No. 1 pick in next years NHL draft was able to take full slap shots last week.On Nov. 11, McDavid broke the fifth metacarpal in his right hand when it struck the top of the boards during a fight with Bryson Cianfrone of the Mississauga Steelheads. A specialist he saw the next day in Toronto estimated McDavid would miss five to six weeks.The five-week mark is Tuesday, and McDavid still has a few more practices he can go through before worrying about playing in a game. Canada has three international exhibitions: Friday against Russia in Toronto, Sunday against Sweden in Ottawa and Dec. 23 against Switzerland in Montreal.McDavid said hes still hoping to get into one or two of those exhibition games. The only hindrance to that at this point is getting timing back on the ice.Ive been almost bag-skating for three weeks. My legs feel great, the legs arent too much of an issue at all, McDavid said. Obviously still getting the hands back is coming along, getting a little better. The only thing thats going to come is timing. The only way to do that is through competition and through contact and all that. Thats going to take a little time to get back.McDavid appeared to fit in seamlessly in Canadas camp lineup Monday, skating between Nic Petan and Robby Fabbri on the second line.dddddddddddd Sam Reinhart centred the veteran first line between Max Domi and Anthony Duclair.Groulx liked the chemistry McDavid and Fabbri showed over the summer. Its natural, as McDavid said the two have been playing with or against each other since they were seven or eight years old.Weve known each other a long time, McDavid said. Ive seen him play so many times you get a sense of where hes going to be at, some stuff hes going to do.It was to be expected that teammates would hold back a little from McDavid in his first full practice, though the Newmarket, Ont., native said they dont have to. Groulx didnt see players letting up.At first, I think when they see him, they want to make sure that they dont hit him on his glove, Groulx said. You know its there, so theyve got to be careful. But overall I think guys went pretty hard today.McDavid, who wore a full cage and a white No. 17 jersey, has a few days to test his hand and get into game shape. Groulx said he didnt know if McDavid would play Friday against Russia at Air Canada Centre.Were not there yet, Groulx said. Our focus is to prepare our team, go through our systems, lines, see how it works during practices. We will see how it plays out. We are not building our lineup for Friday yet.One thing Canada found out Monday was that Bo Horvat definitely wont be in its lineup at any point. The Vancouver Canucks announced Horvat would be remaining in the NHL.Bo Horvat has proven he can contribute to the success of the Vancouver Canucks, Canucks GM Jim Benning said. He is a solid two-way player, strong in the faceoff circle and displays a maturity beyond his years. Were very pleased with Bos play and look forward to watching him develop as an NHL player.Horvats absence, and the decreased likelihood that the Ottawa Senators will release Curtis Lazar because of a couple of injuries at forward, is good news for Frederik Gauthier. The Toronto Maple Leafs prospect figures to be Canadas fourth-line centre, though his spot would have been in jeopardy if Horvat or Lazar joined the team.Notes — Groulx said the team received booster shots to protect against the mumps virus, which has spread around the NHL. At least 14 players have been diagnosed with the mumps so far, including Sidney Crosby. ... Forward Michael Dal Colle and defenceman Joe Hicketts each practised Monday. 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