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04-24-2009, 06:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Tikkanen View Post
What about Jaromir Jagr? If he gets out of that Russian deal do you offer him money, is he too old, or is he a done deal back to Pittsburgh?
Mmm.... maybe for a low price. Certainly wouldn't throw any big sort of bucks at him, but I like the way you're thinking.

Bertuzzi. Not the same player he once was, you can expect 40-50 points, no longer dominates physically but can still make plays, doesn't cost a lot and would look good on the 2nd line.
Good point, but I just couldn't handle Bertuzzi on this team.

Cammy. Is the bridge completely burned or does Dean offer him a deal? Kings need goals but his size and salary demands seem like a very poor fit for LA, obviously.
Fantasy land, but it would be ironic, funny and cool.

Rob Blake. UFA dman once again, obviously a poor fit but do you bring him back to "mentor" Jack Johnson again.
How dare you even mention that. He already slowed down Johnson's development enough. Johnson needs OD. No one needs Blake.

Mike Grier. A little too old but fits the Murray system and he's played in SJ.

Sammy Pahlsson. Great 3rd line center, shut down guy.
Last year I would have said YES!, but with Zus' turn around season, no room for him. Great player, but redundant.

Lappy, seems like a good fit, 4th line center.
I'd give my left nut... hell, both nuts, to have Lappy back.

John Madden?
Sure, why not.

[/QUOTE]Sergei Zubov? Very interesting defensemen especially if Jack Johnson is traded. Do you give him the retirement deal?

Hmmmm, no.

Matt Schneider? 40 years old, give him a 1 year deal?

Phillipe Boucher or Mattias Ohlund?
Boucher no, Ohlund sure.

Other interesting names:

Nick Boynton
Saku Koivu
Robert Lang
Manny Malhotra
Brian Gionta
Chris Neil
Tom Kostopolous
Ales Kotalik
Chad LaRose
Colton Orr
Stephane Veilleux
David Koci
Christian Backman
Lasse Kukkonen
Johnny Oduya

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