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05-28-2008, 11:29 AM
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Make a REALISTIC proposal

What's happening with this board? Can anyone make a good and realistic proposal anymore? I see all these threads about ***** that would never happen in a million years.


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05-28-2008, 11:33 AM
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I propose Gainey offer Mats Sundin six million dollars to play for the Habs in their Centennial year.

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I propose Gainey offer Mats Sundin six million dollars to play for the Habs in their Centennial year.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfh4Mhp-a6U

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I propose Gainey offer Mats Sundin six million dollars to play for the Habs in their Centennial year.
I think that signing Sundin for 1 year at 6M WITH Hossa at 7M for 5-6yrs is possible because Gainey will put everything to win the cup for the Centennial Year.

And, Sundin is signed for just 1 season so...not a lot a problems with the salary cap.

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05-28-2008, 11:39 AM
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Here's a proposal, "start scoring those open netters Higgins or I'll kick you in the nuts"

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05-28-2008, 11:41 AM
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I think that signing Sundin for 1 year at 6M WITH Hossa at 7M for 5-6yrs is possible because Gainey will put everything to win the cup for the Centennial Year.

And, Sundin is signed for just 1 season so...not a lot a problems with the salary cap.
If Hossa is only after 7M, then Pittsburgh can sign him.

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to Sharks: Higgins + 1st pick
to Canadiens: Michalek + 2nd pick

Just for the heck of it... Michalek brings size, Higgins brings effort when playing well... both players are inconsistent.

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Here's a proposal, "start scoring those open netters Higgins or I'll kick you in the nuts"
How realistic is that proposal, given your location?

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To any team in the NHL: Dandeneault

To Montreal: a bag of pucks

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to Sharks: Higgins + 1st pick
to Canadiens: Michalek + 2nd pick

Just for the heck of it... Michalek brings size, Higgins brings effort when playing well... both players are inconsistent.
Actually I don't find it to be a bad proposal. But I would rather keep Higgins and let Timmons do his magic with the 1st rd pick.

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To any team in the NHL: Dandeneault

To Montreal: a bag of pucks
REALISTIC!!!

We'd be lucky to just get the bag for Dandenault, nevermind the pucks

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How realistic is that proposal, given your location?
I ride an armored Polar Bear, I just let them borrow it for a while and she took it to make some movie

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REALISTIC!!!

We'd be lucky to just get the bag for Dandenault, nevermind the pucks
You're right, you're right...what was i thinking of?

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Actually I don't find it to be a bad proposal. But I would rather keep Higgins and let Timmons do his magic with the 1st rd pick.
I guess that we don't have enough prospect

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I guess that we don't have enough prospect
lol..ya smartass

What I should have said is I think it might be a bit much giving up Higgins/1st for Michalek + 2nd pick.

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REALISTIC!!!

We'd be lucky to just get the bag for Dandenault, nevermind the pucks
It'd be a small bag too. With holes in it.

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Dandenault vs 7th round pick

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I like the idea of getting Michalek. I hate to lose Higgins...the pick to me is a toss.
Only keep IMO if the Habs can get the guy they most want with out having to move up in the top 3. That big skilled center we want! well most of us

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Dandenault vs 7th round pick
Dandenault and a 7th rounder for nothing(futures considerations)

Gorges and 2nd rounder in 2009(from Washington, from elsewhere) for Trent Hunter. Is it enough?

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Dandenault and a 7th rounder for nothing(futures considerations)

Gorges and 2nd rounder in 2009(from Washington, from elsewhere) for Trent Hunter. Is it enough?
what is exactly future considerations?

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05-28-2008, 12:27 PM
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Dandenault and a 7th rounder for nothing(futures considerations)

Gorges and 2nd rounder in 2009(from Washington, from elsewhere) for Trent Hunter. Is it enough?
Why do you wanna move Gorges?He played really well last year and he is young and won't cost us much.

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05-28-2008, 12:32 PM
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Dandenault and a 7th rounder for nothing(futures considerations)

Gorges and 2nd rounder in 2009(from Washington, from elsewhere) for Trent Hunter. Is it enough?
Hunter was signed to a 5-year deal last season, no way he gets traded. Also the 2009 draft is deep and Gorges made great strides last year, we don't even win the deal.

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05-28-2008, 01:41 PM
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If Hossa is only after 7M, then Pittsburgh can sign him.
What about Staal? Malkin? Letang will be coming up and I believe Fleury will be coming up in the near future. They sign Hossa at 7 mill, then they lose another great player, who's younger too.

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Here goes...

to Sharks: Higgins + 1st pick
to Canadiens: Michalek + 2nd pick

Just for the heck of it... Michalek brings size, Higgins brings effort when playing well... both players are inconsistent.
Michalek may bring size, but I never see him use it. As for giving up our first round pick this year, it better be for something good, even if it is 25th.

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Dandenault and a 7th rounder for nothing(futures considerations)

Gorges and 2nd rounder in 2009(from Washington, from elsewhere) for Trent Hunter. Is it enough?
That's over payment. Trent Hunter isn't worth that much, imo. Also, Gorges is a remarkable defenseman imo. The Rivet for him and a 1st was such a rip off it.'s not even funny.

Just because Gorges didn't put up points, doesn't mean he's crap and expendable. Just look at thishttp://canadiens.nhl.com/team/app/?s...ticleid=364162

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I propose Gainey offer Mats Sundin six million dollars to play for the Habs in their Centennial year.
If he wants more, I say we give him 7 M$ & a ...CENTENNIAL BRICK W HIS NAME ON IT.

He WONT refuse that offer!

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If he wants more, I say we give him 7 M$ & a ...CENTENNIAL BRICK W HIS NAME ON IT.

He WONT refuse that offer!
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