Thread: Proposal: Boston - Columbus
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08-25-2008, 08:27 AM
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Originally Posted by topshelf8188 View Post
Realistically, neither team will do this, as their biggest needs aren't being addressed. Sure, Boston needs scoring on the wing, but giving up your best two way center will not help this area one bit. Nash is the face of the Blue Jacket's and what the Bruins would be willing to give up and what the Blue Jackets would want in return for him are probably not the same-they'd more than likely want more than what the original proposal includes. But both teams could use some help on the blue line and in the secondary scoring department...and this deal doesn't get it done in either facet.
Originally Posted by thedetector View Post
I would think this is a no from Columbus' perspective. Bergeron is coming off a concusion so whether he can return to his previous level of play remains to be seen. Rask is a prospect and has proven anything at the NHL level. Columbus does this and it sends the signal to their fans that they don't expect to make the playoffs again.


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