The NHLs Mar. Kyrie Irving Jersey . 5 Trade Deadline is drawing closer and teams will be deciding on whether to buy or sell. Check out todays trade-related reports and speculation from around the NHL beat. And follow TSN.ca through Deadline Day for all the updates. Whos Peeping at Tom? Thomas Vanek reportedly rejected a long-term deal from the Islanders, thrusting his name to the forefront of trade speculation once more. But who are the contenders that might look to bring the Austrian sniper on board? TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie believes the Pittsburgh Penguins and Los Angeles Kings would be foremost amongst the teams looking to add a scoring winger. He notes that the Penguins have cap issues but that Veneks level of skill will be enticing to a lot of contending teams. Meanwhile, The Buffalo News took a different angle on Vaneks reported rejection of the Islanders by looking at a deal that might have been. The News wondered what the Sabres may have looked like had the team connected this past summer on a discussed trade with the Boston Bruins for Tyler Seguin. Sunshine Stopper Tim Thomas says hes open to sticking around with the Florida Panthers. "Im certainly willing to entertain the idea. I havent talked to the club about that," Thomas told the Sun Sentinel on Monday. "I was hoping by this time to be seeing more team success. Thats been a little bit difficult,” the 39-year-old continued. “Having said that, its a process. I knew coming into it where the team was last year. I bought into this process, and what were trying to do is turn it around." The Panthers signed Thomas to a one-year, $2.5 million deal this past off-season after the two-time Vezina-winner took a year away from hockey. The team currently possesses the NHLs third-worst record. Cally Cash TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger revealed more on the current impasse between the New York Rangers and captain Ryan Callahan. Dreger said Callahan is believed to be seeking more than $6.5 million but less than $7 million per year on a seven-year term from the Rangers. Theres Rangers dont have a lot of wiggle room in negotiations with Callahan and thats why Glen Sather is considering and working towards moving his captain. On his Mark Winnipeg Jets defenceman Mark Stuarts pending unrestricted free agency has thrust his name into trade speculation, but hes reportedly more interested in finishing what hes started with the team. TSN Radio 1290 Winnipeg host Gary Lawless of the Winnipeg Free Press tweeted on Monday that Stuart has said he wants to stay with the Jets beyond the deadline and into the future. Stuarts three-year, $1.7 million AAV deal expires at seasons end. The Jets currently seventh in the Central Division. Larry Bird Jersey . 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That was the general sentiment of indignation after Adrian Gonzalez and 20 or so other Dodgers left the champagne-soaked visitors clubhouse and jumped into the iconic Chase Field pool in jubilation after clinching the NL West title in Phoenix. The Dodgers insist they meant no disrespect, but that pool in the right field corner of Chase Field is as close to a landmark as the ballpark has. Arizona utility infielder Willie Bloomquist and Sen. John McCain are among those who took to Twitter to decry the Dodgers for a perceived lack of respect. "Congrats to Dodgers for winning the west -- they earned it on the field," Bloomquist wrote. "I just wasnt raised to boast in your opponents face." McCain had a bit more vitriol, perhaps the common vernacular of politics in Washington these days. "No-class act by a bunch of overpaid, immature, arrogant, spoiled brats!" McCain decried. Feel free to imagine the responses that one generated. There is, of course, plenty of history here. The most obvious was that June 11 incident at Dodger Stadium, when Arizona right-hhander Ian Kennedy grazed Yasiel Puig in the face with a pitch, then plunked Zack Greinke in his recently injured left shoulder. Walter Brown Jersey. And the result? All heck broke loose. The big-time brawl resulted in eight suspensions by Major League Baseball, the longest a 10-game ban for Kennedy, who later was traded to San Diego. Perhaps not coincidentally, the Dodgers took off on their amazing run from worst to first about that same time. There also was that early-season game in Arizona when fans in so-called "special" seats right behind the backstop were told to change out of their Dodgers apparel or move. And theres the general backdrop of the not-so-free-spending Diamondbacks trying to keep up with the seemingly unlimited cash of the new Dodgers ownership. "This game knows no names," warned Arizona outfielder Adam Eaton, also via Twitter. "What goes around comes around." 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