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12-30-2012, 04:46 AM
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Originally Posted by DesertDawg View Post
hmmm,
NYI needs defensemen, preferably young. Coyotes have a surplus/logjam. NYI may trade a 3rd line center, Coyotes need one, That 3rd line center is currently playing in Finland on a line with our favorite Dane. NYI may even have interest in Tikhonov as a throw in. Torres may need to be traded to an Eastern team. Summers and Schlemko are available. Would the Isles have any interest in any of these players? Nino Niederreiter would be another player that the Coyotes would be interested in. Can we deal?
I think you confused Rundblad and Gormley with Summer and Schlemko in your offer



Isles have at least 2 rookie d-men, Donovan+ Ness, who'll push for a roster spot if the lockout ends this season. Reinhart+ De Haan will push for spots in the 2013-2014 training camp. Also Mayfield, Pelech, Pedan, Pokka, Kitchon arein the pipeline.
So, I doubt Snow's shopping for blueline prospects.

http://www.hockeyprospectus.com/arti...articleid=1383
6. Chris Summers, Defense
2010-11 Ranking: 5th
Date of birth: 02/05/1988
Age: 23
Height: 6'2''
Weight: 210
Shoots: Left
Statistics: 28 GP, 0 G, 2 P (Portland-AHL)
Acquired: First round, 29th overall in 2006 by Phoenix

The Good: Summers is a plus skater who one source describes as having great mobility and very good skating mechanics. His defensive game is his calling card, as he checks talented forwards at a desirable level. Summers plays a firm, tough physical game and his overall defensive end reads tend to be the right ones.

The Bad: Summers has fringe offensive ability and while his puck-moving looked a little better this year in terms of his decision pace, he's a basic first-pass type of player.

Projection: He could be a third pairing defender.

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