Thread: Speculation: Penguins Should Move Malkin
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05-18-2010, 02:53 AM
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Originally Posted by hockeyviper87 View Post
Phoenix.

Wolski + Boedker + Yandle for Malkin is a solid basis for a deal I think.
nice thought. Pittsburgh ends up with Yandle, Letang, and Goligoski on the blue line though. Yandle is the best of the three. Pittsburgh needs strong defensive defensemen though.

Boedker might be a bust, but I like the possibilities with him. the Danish fellow in Ottawa is definitely an intelligent competitor though.

I agree with the comment above about the problem of moving Malkin with the big contract. Pittsburgh fans almost unanimously disapprove of any talk about trading Malkin, but I'm one that thinks this view is foolish.

Malkin's stock is still high. The Penguins will continue to have salary cap problems in the coming years. The team is unbalanced. Pittsburgh should get while while the gettin' is good for a Malkin trade. Big mistake in putting so much salary into two players, so fix it. but the stupid Pittsburgh fans think it shouldn't be done... hah, wait another 10-15 years for a Stanley Cup. see if Crosby wants to stay with stupid decisions being made.

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