Thread: Value of: Colin Greening to NYR
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01-23-2013, 02:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Wondercarrot View Post
err.....greening had almost 40pts and 20 goals in his first full season in the NHL.
he's big, freakishly strong, extremely fast, and a great team guy that can play anywhere from the 1st to 4th line effectively.

why is it that he'd available? or that we would take a 2nd rounder for him?
most 1st rounders dont turn out to be Greening....
Agreed. Filatov comes to mind.

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Originally Posted by SenateReform View Post
Fully agree, it makes no sense for the Sens to trade him, especially since he's being paid less than a million. He might be available next year at the deadline if the Sens are out of it since he'll be a UFA, but I think he'll re-sign and play on the team for a long time.
Agree as well & hope so.

IMO there are a couple of forward positions where the Sens can improve & it doesn't include moving Greening because there are weaker links on the roster. Our prospect depth will eventually improve those forwards even as soon as this yr or next. Zibanejad & Stone will eventually replace Regin & Condra & we still have some good prospects as injury callups in Da Costa, Grant, DD & Hoffman & Noesen & Puemple coming. Daugavins could be gone at any time but certainly at the end of the season when his contract expires.

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