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01-11-2005, 07:47 PM
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Originally Posted by BHLCommish

To Boston: Martin Havlat

To Ottawa: Andrew Raycroft

Reasoning: No way Hasek is the guy to lead the Sens to the cup, especially now that he is one year older. When the NHL finally resumes Toivonen should be ready, and apparently has more potential than Raycroft. Andrew, a great young #1 netminder could give the Sens a solid future in net for a long time


To Boston: Spezza, Havlat

To Ottawa: Thornton, Samsonov

Reasoning: If you believe the Sens need a scoring winger on LW, Samsonov would be a good fit. Thornton is 25, in the prime of his career, brings the physical dimension the Sens seem to lack, and can bring an immediate presence, while Spezza may be a bit behind in development. Bruins get two young, premier talents.
I dunno.. I think Hasek can play again one season after lock out and after, a lot of cash will be save and Sens can re-signe experience goalie or Emery will be ready for play. And anyway, Bruins dont have good goalie for present.

Number 2 proposal.. .im ... dunno...

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