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08-25-2004, 05:21 PM
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Fedorov can choose to opt out at the end of the year, which given the current economic landscape, looks to be unlikely. He may hold that fact over the heads of any gm's looking to acquire him.

The Ducks are much more likely to move Salei than Carney. It wouldn't surprise me at all to see Anaheim resign Carney to a multi-year deal at a slightly reduced rate once the CBA is in place.

While the Ducks do need a secondary offensive defenseman, I can't see them being willing to add on Kaberle's salary unless they could move Ozolinsh as well.

Nolan's contract, even if it is only for one more year, is a deal breaker.

Pilar would be attractive, but not at the above mentioned cost.

I can't see how this deal would work for Anaheim.

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