Martin Havlat RUMORS & NEWS

  • Blues Give Martin Havlat 1-Year Contract

    The Hockey Writers "The St. Louis Blues have signed veteran forward Martin Havlat to a one-year contract, the team announced on Friday. Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that it’s a two-way deal that pays $600,000 in the NHL and $200,000 in the AHL. With a rash of injuries afflicting the..." November 06

  • Panthers Bring in Martin Havlat on Tryout

    The Hockey Writers "The Florida Panthers have invited veteran forward Martin Havlat to training camp on a professional tryout contract (PTO) the team announced on Friday. Havlat has crossed the 20-goal threshold six times in his 14-year career. However, it’s been four seasons since the 34-year-old has hit that..." September 11

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    Kevin Kurz @KKurzCSN

    #SJSharks will use their compliance buyout on Marty Havlat. That is the only player they will buy out

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    Brodie Brazil @brodiebrazilCSN

    #sjsharks announce major moves: Dan Boyle will not return, Marty Havlat will not return, and Brent Burns will move back to defense.

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    Curtis Pashelka @CurtisPashelka

    Hannan replaces Irwin on D. And it appears Havlat will be back in tonight as well, on the fourth line with Brown and Hayes. #SJSharks

  • Sharks hope for boost from Burns, Havlat

    CSN Bay Area "Sharks forward Brent Burns is a man of few words when it comes his unspecified upper body injury and health status. Perhaps that’s why captain Joe Thornton loudly chimed in when he overheard a question directed towards Burns, when Burns was asked if it felt good to get back on the ice with his old..." November 21

  • Agent: Havlat ‘happy in San Jose’

    Pro Hockey Talk "Shortly after rumors surfaced of the Sens and Rangers having interest in Sharks forward Martin Havlat, both Havlat’s agent and GM addressed the situation. “Martin has a full no move clause and no one has every suggested to him anything about a trade,” Havlat’s agent, Allan Walsh, said via..." November 19

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    Kevin Kurz @KKurzCSN

    Havlat in tonight. Boyle, Burns and Nieto all still out #SJSharks

  • Havlat will return to Sharks, but not for opener

    CSN Bay Area "Marty Havlat will not be ready by opening night but Sharks general manager Doug Wilson expects the injured winger to return to the team at some point during the season after his offseason pelvic reconstruction surgery. In a conversation with on Wednesday Wilson said “Our goal..." September 12

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    David Pollak @PollakOnSharks

    Havlat had pelvic area surgery, no timetable for return. No way. He can be compliance buyout for #SJSharks.

  • Sharks Braun needs surgery; Havlat played with groin pull

    CSN Bay Area "Justin Braun dealt with a left hand injury for the duration of the shortened season after getting hurt in Finland during the lockout, and will require offseason surgery. In December, Braun suffered a broken hamate bone in his left hand, and wore a cast/bone stimulator for five weeks. He..." May 30

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    Helene Elliott @helenenothelen

    Sharks coach Todd McLellan said forward Martin Havlat won't play in Game 4 Tuesday. lower-body injury. Couture credited training and (more)

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    Helene Elliott @helenenothelen

    McLellan says "good chance" Havlat will play. Said Havlat came to him and said he's ready

  • Sharks' Marty Havlat leaves playoff opener with injury

    San Jose Mercury News "Sharks coach Todd McLellan was forced to juggle his lines for most of Game 1 on Wednesday night after right wing Marty Havlat was forced to leave with an undisclosed injury about midway through the first period against the Vancouver Canucks. Havlat had 3:16 ice time in five shifts before..." May 02

  • Havlat and Gomez back on customary lines, but McLellan won’t say who will fill in for Demers

    San Jose Mercury News "Now the serious season begins. The news of the day is there wasn’t much as the Shark began preparing for their first-round match-up with the Vancouver Canucks. Marty Havlat was back on a line with Patrick Marleau and Logan Couture after missing one game, and Scott Gomez was centering Andrew..." April 29

  • A healthy Marty Havlat can be difference-maker

    San Jose Mercury News "Sharks coach Todd McLellan knows the difference a healthy Marty Havlat can make as far as his team's chances of upsetting the St. Louis Blues in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. All he has to do is look at the 82-game season. San Jose played almost half those games minus Havlat..." April 11

  • Shoulder injuries nothing new for San Jose Sharks forward Marty Havlat

    San Jose Mercury News "Marty Havlat is all too familiar with the rehab process required after shoulder surgery. Four times in his decade-long NHL career, shoulder problems have forced Havlat to go under the blade, although he said the latest procedure in May was his first on the left side. Still, he doesn't see..." October 12

  • Dany Heatley traded by Sharks for Martin Havlat

    San Francisco Chronicle "For a team that has been to the Western Conference finals two straight seasons, the Sharks aren't treating this offseason as a time to stand still. And they've found a team in the Minnesota Wild willing to help them shake the Etch-a-Sketch. On Sunday, San Jose made its second major move of the..." July 04

  • Wild deals again: Heatley for Havlat

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "Nine days after the earthquake came the aftershock. In another Wild-San Jose Sharks blockbuster, General Manager Chuck Fletcher acquired much-maligned but potentially lethal goal scorer Dany Heatley on Sunday night after Martin Havlat waived his no-move clause to head west. The trade that..." July 04

  • Havlat's season likely is finished

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "Right winger Martin Havlat is unlikely to play the season's final three games because of an "upper body" injury, Wild General Manager Chuck Fletcher said Monday. Havlat missed Sunday's game in Detroit because of the injury, presumably sustained when he was checked by Tampa Bay's Mattias Ohlund..." April 05

  • Minnesota Wild finally see the real Martin Havlat

    St. Paul Pioneer Press "Martin Havlat says nothing has changed. The winger from the Czech Republic is an all-star and one of the major reasons the Wild are in the thick of playoff contention in the Western Conference. And his numbers pace the team. Both the numbers and his playing time began to improve after agent..." February 27

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