If u actually followed him and read his tweets you'd know that he stated that it was down to Phoenix and Vancouver probably 2 weeks ago. In fact I think I posted his tweets in this very thread stating this very fact and I was ridiculed for doing so. Go back and read it for yourself.
Say what u want about HockeyyInsiderr but this guy knows his stuff and is right more often than not. No one is right about this stuff 100% of the time. Mackenzie and Dregger aren't the only people with sources in the NHL. Those 2 make predictions that turn out to be wrong as well. The problem is with people like you who read something that states team "x" is talking with team "y" regarding a trade for player "z" and if the trade doesn't happen, u quickly jump all over whoever made the statement saying "see he's full of sh!t" 2 teams talking doesn't guarantee that the trade will be made. It simply means they are talking. He's simply just passing along that info.
So u can go ahead and keep dismissing his credibility, and putting him in no-win situations like you did your post I quoted if it makes you feel smart and noble.
I just disagree with you
Man you guys are dense! How hard is it to read (scour) news on the internet and make educated predictions based on it. You make 100's you get half right. He predicted it was down to Van and PHO, a monkey could have done that as could a computer program. This is CDC though not hockeryinsider.com so we don't need to have his comments regarding every topic on the site unless he wants to create a user account and add his comments to the discussion. The rest of us are getting sick of him being a CDC participant via you people.
WE FREAKING GET IT, HE's ON THE INTERNET 24/7 AND HE LIKES HOCKEY.
The point is when you quote or link it is supposed to have substance, i.e. the
actual source not some deusch like Insider who just regurgitates information. Why not just put in your sig,
"HOCKEYINSIDER HAS SOME INFO ON HIS SITE REGARDING WHATEVER I"M POSTING ABOUT"
There are things known and unknown ... and in between are the doors.