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03-29-2013, 11:54 PM
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What should Chevy do at the deadline? V2.0 New and improved! Pls read OP

Apologies for the last poll, I really didn't expect that thread to take off like it did otherwise I would've spent more time on the poll itself.

Poll is multiple choice
Pick one from 1-4
Pick one from 5-8
Pick one from 9-10
Pick one from 11-12

Some good posts from the other thread:

Originally Posted by JetsBeCool View Post
If the price is good for Hainsey/Antropov, definitely have to jump on it. If none of the trades are good enough, stand pat. No point underselling I think. Playoffs all they way and I think both of them will help.
Originally Posted by Aries56 View Post
Douglas Murray to the Pens for 2 second round picks going back to the Sharks. Really makes you wonder what Hainsey would get. Two second round picks is a pretty good return.
Originally Posted by puck stoppa View Post
It would be great to see a team like the NYR trade for Ron. Getting a first rounder that may be a top 15 would be huge in this draft. That's what Id be looking for if I was Chevy, trying to trade him to a team on the playoff bubble line.
Originally Posted by Brogosian View Post
I think that we are going to buy a forward at the deadline. I know there is rumblings that Chevy won't rent, but if the right player is available at the right price, I think you have to do it.

Giving up a 2nd and a 3rd for some scoring depth (Chicago's) could help us win a couple games in the post season. Who knows, depending on who we play, maybe even help us advance a series. The money made and the experience gained is worth it. I know we aren't favorites, but you get a good group that gets hot and anything can happen. We also have some pretty nice defensive depth with NHL experience all of the sudden.
Originally Posted by bhay1987 View Post
With where our first would be the #1 pick is definitely in play for a second line RW if it is the right fit
Originally Posted by GrandChelems View Post
Seller, buyer, rebuild.

Three of the most overused words by armchair hockey experts these days, with their fancy PhDs in watching TSN fill their air time with hot air!

At the end of the day, grizzled folks who have been in the game will know that there is no magic potion. Sometimes you have to treat it like a sport and go out, compete, and get better by doing.

I expect we'll pretty much stand pat.
OT: How can something be both new and improved?

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