Thread: Player Discussion: Shea Weber
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08-18-2011, 10:05 PM
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roseyc
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Originally Posted by glenngineer View Post
I had started a thread in the main trade and free agent boards about Weber to Toronto for Schenn and Kulemin and a first. I saw so many bad posts from Toronto fans that I felt I'd throw an offer out there. The fans who know a thing or two thought it was a bit of an overpayment but plausible but they mostly came back with, we're not good trading partners. They need help up front. It would be silly to trade one of their best forwards considering it didn't fill a need, even if it was for Weber. I don't think we were good trading partners with Philly, plain and simple. The return for Carter and Richards were forwards and high draft picks, neither of which we had.

If I'm Poile, I go to Suter and Rinne, get them signed long term, trade Weber for Parise, re-sign Parise long term and be done with it. We have enough talent on the blue line to absorb the loss of Weber and we'd get the talent up front we've always needed in Parise. Couple that with the possibility of a Radulov return next season and I'd say we are serious contenders. It's a bold move but it fills our needs and NJ's all at the same time.
I think you made a previous post that we need to keep the 3 together I agree with this move more than any other. Poile has to overpay to get Parise now. Parise and the big 3 then you take your shot. If we have to give up 2 first and 2defenseman and Wilson then do it because at the end of it we are going to rebuild again then and we would be comfortable with it knowing that we gave it our best shot. Of all the mock trades Parise is the only person that make sense and can be had but you have to overpay. But will Poile do it

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