A trade to the San Jose Sharks is not a priority for Philadelphia Flyers center Voracel Kadri, who wants to play in San Jose.
“I don, honestly, don’t think about it,” Kadri said Thursday after a practice at the Wells Fargo Center.
“That’s just the way I am.
I don’t really pay attention to it.”
Kadri has spent the past two seasons with the Kings, and he said he didn’t think much about the trade rumors in San Francisco when he was told he was going to play with them this season.
“If I wanted to go somewhere else, I would’ve been ready to go,” Kadrigl said.
“But I don´t think about anything.
If I wanted, I could’ve gone somewhere else.
If it was a big deal for me, I might have.”
Kadrigo said he wasn’t sure how he felt about the rumors that were circulating, especially since he is not the only player in the Kings organization that has made the trade to San Jose: defenseman Travis Hamonic was traded to Nashville in a trade that netted the Predators defenseman Mattias Ekholm.
Kadrigol said the Kings would try to get a deal done with the Flyers for the veteran defenseman.
“Hopefully we can get something done for him,” Kadric said.
Kadri was asked if he is worried about his future in Philadelphia.
“We are still young, so it will be up to him.
But at the end of the day, I donít know if I want to play here or not,” Kadrik said.
Flyers center Brayden Schenn was the Flyers’ captain in the Stanley Cup Playoffs last season.
He also has the second-most points (31) in team history behind Wayne Gretzky (36).
“I think Iíve played well enough for me to be in that position and I know that,” Schenner said.