Thread: Speculation: More Luongo Talk
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12-16-2012, 09:29 PM
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Ched Brosky
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Originally Posted by Mystifo View Post
Because you guys keep asking for the Moon and the Sun for Lou. Did you seriously think we were going to just say "Gollie Gee sure we will trade Frattin AND Gradiner AND a 1st AND Kadri for Lou.". For a team that currently finished 5th worst in the league we should really be making a trade that gives up ALL of our good prospects for a 33 year old goaltender who will be on the decline when we are ready to compete.



Thanks we will take your luck and hope one of our prospects becomes our starter instead of giving up a massive amount of our future for a goalie who will be on the decline when we are ready to even compete....




1. King Henrik

2. Pekka Rinne

3. Johnny Quick

4. Cam Ward

5. Jonas Hiller

6. Ryan Miller

7. Tim Thomas

8. Cory Schnieder (Seeing how you keep on trying to trade Lou...)

9. Cary Price

10. Miika Kipprusoff

HM

- Jaroslav Halak
- Jimmy Howard
Lol I'm a huge Schneider fan called him taking over the starters role in 5 years during his 1st pro year. He's not better than Lou yet. Half the guys on those list aren't better. Miller has posted worse stats ward hasn't done anything aside his cup run kipper is arguable but he isn't consistant hiller is a joke even duck fans will tell u they would take Lou over hiller anyday the fact u have him on the list just shows u have a terrible assessment of goalies. Rinne is arguable as well playing on one of the top defensive teams with 2 #1 dmen boosts stats n makes anyone look better. Notice how Nashville usually lets goalies go when it's time to re-sign em? Only reason they paid rinne was to try to show weber and suter they are willing to pay now to build a winning team. Look at Chris mason Tomas vokoub and whatever goalie they have... None were as good as they were once they left only one close was vokoun

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