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Llewzaher 08-11-2005 09:52 PM

Cujo to coyotes or Canucks . (rumour )


ATG 08-11-2005 09:54 PM


Originally Posted by Llewzaher

This isn't reliable but it's likely he ends up in wither LA or Phoenix

incawg 08-11-2005 09:57 PM

Vancouver doesn't have the cap space nor roster spot for CuJo. File this under bogus.

friesen12 08-11-2005 09:59 PM

LA without a doubt :thumbu:

Hedberg 08-11-2005 10:12 PM

It's looking more and more like Cujo will be a Coyote.

hoopsjunky 08-11-2005 10:43 PM

no way he goes to the canucks.

< - newbie. hi everyone. :)

Scoogs 08-11-2005 11:26 PM


Originally Posted by hoopsjunky
no way he goes to the canucks.

< - newbie. hi everyone. :)

KILL THE NEWBIE!!!!!!!! :eek:

Onion Boy 08-11-2005 11:29 PM


Originally Posted by incawg
Vancouver doesn't have the cap space nor roster spot for CuJo. File this under bogus.

Sign Cujo and deal Cloutier?

I think Cloutier might be a good fit with Ottawa.

interminded 08-11-2005 11:45 PM

Anyway, it doesn't seem Cujo has much of an option.

Smart move would be the Coyotes.
He could be starter there. Not in Vancouver..

Hedberg 08-11-2005 11:52 PM


Originally Posted by Scugs
KILL THE NEWBIE!!!!!!!! :eek:

Lets let him get atleast 25 posts first :D

Molson_HNIC 08-12-2005 01:49 AM

he could be a good back up in Van but I do not think they have the cap room for him

me2 08-12-2005 02:36 AM

Only way Cujo comes to Van is if Van flips Cloots to Phx (or somewhere) for a bucket of pucks and new pressbox chair, and then Cujo would need to come in at around $2-2.3m salary (Cloot's salary). Would he do it? Probably not.

Phaze 08-12-2005 10:09 AM

No way i take Cujo over Cloutier at this point in their careers. Pass for the Canucks if getting Cujo means trading Cloutier.

cyrisweb 08-12-2005 11:23 AM

we know Crawford loves Auld and the organization is pretty high on him.
Maybe sign Cujo for something similar to what Osgood got with detroit.. 900,000 and use Cujo as the experienced backup for the rookie Auld. Saves us around 1.3 mill which can be used with existing cap room to get the "Witt" and a solid gritty/defensive 3rd liner to add to the already good forward depth.

I could see that being 1 possible option. But we are much more likely to go with Cloutier at 2.3 mill(qualifier) and Auld as the full time backup. Which I'm not against either.

Peter Griffin 08-12-2005 11:35 AM

Too much risk taking on a 38/39 year old goaltender that hasn't played in over a year. I like CuJo and think he can still be a solid goaltender if used properly, but the Canucks have to stick with Cloutier for one more year IMO. He's improved every years he's been with the Canucks and is only entering his prime now. I think a lot of people will be surprised with Cloutier this year, he's going to turn a lot of heads methinks(hopes....). :)

Alberta Yote 08-12-2005 11:40 AM

At a reasonable cost Cujo would fit in well with the Coyotes. Almost everyone has doubts about Boucher as a #1 but Cujo could start 50 games even at his age with Boucher picking up the rest. Allows them to go with the hot hand some during the season. Hopefully Boucher can pull off a hot hand of more than 5 games behind an improved defense and with more forward depth this year.

Lorenzo1000 08-12-2005 11:48 AM

East Valley Tribune

Confirmed according to the East Valley Tribune that the Coyotes are talking to Cujo's agent.

Sorry another one of those sign up sites. Summary follows:

Coyotes courting goalie Joseph

By Matt Paulson, Tribune

August 12, 2005

An NHL source confirmed Thursday that the Coyotes, who are in the market for a second goaltender with NHL experience, are interested in Curtis Joseph and that the team has had talks with his agent, Don Meehan.

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