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11-07-2003, 11:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Sled2300
To CGY
Parrish 2.35
Zednick 1.85

To MTL
Peca 4.25
Gauthier 1.3
CGY 3rd 2004

To NYI
Conroy 2.2
Saprykin 1.0
Bulis 1.15
MTL 2nd 2004

MTL - In is Peca and Gauthier and CGY 3rd rd pick 2004 at a combined salary of 5.55 mil out is Zednick, Bulis and MTL 2nd pick 2004 for an addition in salary of 2.55 mil

CGY - In is Parrish and Zednick for a combined salary of 4.2 mil. Out is Conroy, Saprykin, Gauthier and CGY 3rd rd pick for a decrease in salary of 300 k

NYI - In is Conroy, Saprykin, Bulis and MTL 2nd 2004 at a salary of 4.35 out are Parrish and Peca for a salary dump of 2.4 mil

I make this proposal under these assumptions:

Peca needs out of NYI due to the Yashin/Peca head butting rumors
NYI is tired of Parrish's inconsistent game
MTL is willing to take on salary to land the "star" player to appease the masses
CGY needs primary/secondary scoring

My proposals have been less then stellar as of late but I think this would shake up these three clubs for the better.
Isles don't want 30 yr old Conroy(he's too close to becoming a ufa)and with a surplus of young forward prospects on this yr's roster-Weinhandl,Bergenheim,Hunter,Papineau,I doubt they have interest in Saprykin.

nyi fans maybe tired of Parrish's inconsistent game,but the nyi front office hasn't shown that displeasure.If that was so,we'd see Parrish($2.2M) playing for the Panthers and Novo($800,000) +spare parts playing for the nyi.

and Wang personally called Peca to say Peca wasn't being moved.Trading Peca for spare parts will create quite an ugly backlash.

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