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echlfreak 05-04-2009 02:46 PM

Radulov Options
 
There sounds like it is a good chance that Radulov will be back with Nashville next season. I see why you would want to add a prolific scorer like Radulov, but at the cost of adding a trader and a cancer??


What about trying to trade Radulov to Edmonton for Hemsky? Hemsky is locked into a 4.1M avg over the next 3 years which will be cheaper in the long run compared to what Radulov could make next contract. If Legwand and Erat are making 4.5M you could expect Radulov to bring in at least 5M

Sullivan-Arnott-Dumont
Hemsky-Legwand-Erat
Ward-Wilson-Jones
Tootoo-Smithson-Belak
Hornqvist

Weber-Suter
Hamhuis-Beachemin
Klein-Blum

Rinne
McIntrye

Pretty sick looking squad there!!!

worstfaceoffmanever 05-04-2009 03:01 PM

Tambellini isn't stupid enough to trade us his team's best forward and only serious scoring threat for Radulov.

Paranoid Android 05-04-2009 03:27 PM

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Originally Posted by echlfreak (Post 19413315)
There sounds like it is a good chance that Radulov will be back with Nashville next season.

Where did you hear this? There has been nothing but speculation up to this point, as far as I know.

Jarnberg 05-04-2009 07:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by echlfreak (Post 19413315)
I see why you would want to add a prolific scorer like Radulov, but at the cost of adding a trader and a cancer?

In my opinion, I don't think the players on the team will care one bit adding a potential 25-30+ goal scorer to the forward list.

In my opinion, I don't think the front office will mind adding a potential 25-30+ goal scorer for $918,587.

Radulov coming back is likely the best chance the organization has at upgrading the forward lines this offseason.

echlfreak 05-05-2009 01:40 PM

Stranger why don't you ask Dallas how Avery worked out? Another team cancer that sucked with him there and once he was gone improved alot

worstfaceoffmanever 05-05-2009 02:26 PM

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Originally Posted by echlfreak (Post 19428128)
Stranger why don't you ask Dallas how Avery worked out? Another team cancer that sucked with him there and once he was gone improved alot

Avery was far from being Dallas' only problem. They had major defense and goaltending issues for almost the entire first half.

Jarnberg 05-05-2009 02:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by echlfreak (Post 19428128)
Stranger why don't you ask Dallas how Avery worked out? Another team cancer that sucked with him there and once he was gone improved alot

And we were good without Radulov this year?

Webersmashpuck 05-05-2009 03:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Stranger (Post 19429171)
And we were good without Radulov this year?

When we had Sullivan yes, we were one of the better teams in the league.

triggrman 05-05-2009 03:44 PM

Radulov's mistakes can all be summed up to being young and dumb.

Avery goes out of his way to make enemies.

Joe T Choker 05-05-2009 04:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Webersmashpuck (Post 19429918)
When we had Sullivan yes, we were one of the better teams in the league.

we were an average team this year, with the kids & with sullivan, I'd take Radulov back in a heartbeat

Jarnberg 05-05-2009 08:38 PM

The thing is, no one has proof that Radulov will be a cancer. Could he be, who knows; perhaps.

My opinion is that players realize that it is a business. And if the guys on our team want to win, they'll take an upgrade on the forward lines, because they probably realize that Radulov might be their only chance at upgrading our forwards. For the amount of points he may bring, his salary is amazing.

Look, I'm pissed at the guy for leaving us. But I'd take him back next year because we need his scoring and we will have a hard time being able to afford scoring upgrades imo.

triggrman 05-05-2009 11:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stranger (Post 19434454)
The thing is, no one has proof that Radulov will be a cancer. Could he be, who knows; perhaps.

My opinion is that players realize that it is a business. And if the guys on our team want to win, they'll take an upgrade on the forward lines, because they probably realize that Radulov might be their only chance at upgrading our forwards. For the amount of points he may bring, his salary is amazing.

Look, I'm pissed at the guy for leaving us. But I'd take him back next year because we need his scoring and we will have a hard time being able to afford scoring upgrades imo.

agreed


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