Never say any NHLer is untradeable again: Leafs deal David Clarkson to Columbus for Nathan Horton

By Adam Proteau

The Maple Leafs did what many thought impossible – trade underachieving winger David Clarkson and his mammoth contract – when they consummated a deal Thursday bringing injured veteran winger Nathan Horton to Toronto. The swap is all about the Leafs' cap flexibility – and Columbus' comparatively small budget. More

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Who do you think wins Thursday's big trade that sent David Clarkson to Columbus and Nathan Horton to Toronto?




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