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.

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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