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07-29-2008, 07:12 PM
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To Toronto:

Kovalchuk

To Atlanta:

Steen
Antropov
Stralman
2nd in 09


Leafsfan? No! Really? I could never have guessed!


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07-29-2008, 07:16 PM
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I can see the Islanders, Canucks or Nashville claim him.

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I don't see the isles in the mix with Guerin,Okposo and Hunter on rw.

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07-29-2008, 07:17 PM
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i really don't see Mike Gillis written all over this...
Parrish (30 yrs old) is a smallish 5'11 200lbs, L-handed, 35-40 pt player, with 50pt best-case-scenerio upside (which he hasn't hit in 7 yrs)
He hit 49 points just three seasons back when he scored 29 goals for the Islanders and Kings.

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07-29-2008, 07:21 PM
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i really don't see Mike Gillis written all over this...
Parrish (30 yrs old) is a smallish 5'11 200lbs, L-handed, 35-40 pt player, with 50pt best-case-scenerio upside (which he hasn't hit in 7 yrs).
Parrish is right-handed. HockeyDB is wrong in this case.

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07-29-2008, 07:42 PM
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I want the Preds to claim him but I lost all faith in management after Poile said he expects Radulov to honor his contract.

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07-29-2008, 11:19 PM
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Oleg Kvasha and Mark Parrish traded for Roberto Luongo and Olli Jokinen...

Its amazing how this one turned out for the Islanders and did good for the Panthers...

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07-29-2008, 11:31 PM
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wild buy him out.... sharks sign him for $495k

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07-29-2008, 11:33 PM
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Yet another failed hometown player signing.

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07-30-2008, 01:12 AM
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I will gladly trade you Schneider and Robby Nieds for your Mark Parrish.

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07-30-2008, 02:54 AM
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Oleg Kvasha and Mark Parrish traded for Roberto Luongo and Olli Jokinen...

Its amazing how this one turned out for the Islanders and did good for the Panthers...
Yeah. I could be wrong, but I think the Islanders or Panthers wanted to deal Ivan Novoseltsev instead of Oleg Kvasha....heh could have included both and still ended up being a bad trade for the Isles.

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07-30-2008, 03:06 AM
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Honestly, he never should've left L.A. for Minnesota. He'd still be in a top 6 role here.
I think that it was less of him "leaving" L.A. and more of the new GM not inviting him back. When you take over a team, probably the last thing that you want to do is re-sign an average player that you inherited, is a UFA and is a poster child for why the guy that you replaced got canned. I kind of liked Parrish, but I think that it's for the best that he didn't return. Especially now, he'd be a bad fit for the Kings, IMO, because his role is not so special that a young player couldn't mature into it in short time if given the opportunity.

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07-30-2008, 03:20 AM
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I would think that if Atlanta could pick up Murray and Parrish and then deal Kovalchuk they could bolster a pretty good line-up.

To Toronto:

Kovalchuk

To Atlanta:

Steen
Antropov
Stralman
2nd in 09

Kulemin-Sundin-Kovalchuk
Tlusty-Grabovski-Ponikarovsky
Blake-Stajan-Hagman
Mayers-Moore-Bell

Kaberle-McCabe
Kubina-Finger
Colaicovo-White

Toskala
Joseph.

Kozlov-Antropov-Steen
Williams-Little-Murray
Parrish-White-Christensen
Armstrong-Thornburn-Perrin

Enstrom-Bogosian
Hainsey-Stralman
Exelby-Klee

Lehotnen
Wow and they help the Leafs out by giving them Kovalchuk for next to nothing! Looks like everybody wins in this proposal! I'd forward this to Don Waddell!!! By the way has Sundin signed with your team yet, or are you just assuming that after the Leafs pull off this blockbuster he'll want to come back?

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07-30-2008, 05:26 AM
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I would think that if Atlanta could pick up Murray and Parrish and then deal Kovalchuk they could bolster a pretty good line-up.

To Toronto:

Kovalchuk

To Atlanta:

Steen
Antropov
Stralman
2nd in 09

Kulemin-Sundin-Kovalchuk
Tlusty-Grabovski-Ponikarovsky
Blake-Stajan-Hagman
Mayers-Moore-Bell

Kaberle-McCabe
Kubina-Finger
Colaicovo-White

Toskala
Joseph.

Kozlov-Antropov-Steen
Williams-Little-Murray
Parrish-White-Christensen
Armstrong-Thornburn-Perrin

Enstrom-Bogosian
Hainsey-Stralman
Exelby-Klee

Lehotnen
Good luck with that...

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07-30-2008, 09:53 AM
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This has mike gillis written all over it.
Only if the Wild buy him out. Don't see Gillis claiming him because of the duration of this contract. Cheaper options out there (ie., Glen Murray).

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07-30-2008, 10:01 AM
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Toronto won't grab him as they don't want useful players. They are setting their team up to tank for the draft pick.

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07-30-2008, 12:29 PM
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Update from Russo: Parrish clears waivers

"As expected because of the three years left on his contract worth $8.35 million, Mark Parrish has cleared waivers. The Wild will immediately proceed with buying him out, and thus he’ll immediately become a free agent, sources say."

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07-30-2008, 12:41 PM
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Oleg Kvasha and Mark Parrish traded for Roberto Luongo and Olli Jokinen...

Its amazing how this one turned out for the Islanders and did good for the Panthers...
Now that those guys have all moved on, what did that trade finally end up as?

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07-30-2008, 01:23 PM
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Now that those guys have all moved on, what did that trade finally end up as?
Crap for both teams, but the fans in florida got to watch one of the best goalie for a few years.

Bertuzzi and Allen

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07-30-2008, 01:28 PM
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Now that those guys have all moved on, what did that trade finally end up as?
lol, complicated.

Islanders:

Kvasha -> To Phoenix for a 3rd round pick in 2006 that became the 71st pick in 2006. NYI traded that pick to Boston for a 2006 fourth round pick (#98-James Delory) and 2006 fifth round pick (#126-Shane Sims). Boston selected Brad Marchand with the 71st pick. Islanders then traded the 98th overall pick to the Sharks for a 2006 fourth round pick (#108-Jase Weslosky) and 2006 sixth round pick (#173-Stefan Ridderwall)

Kvasha became Jase Weslosky, Stefan Ridderwall and Shane Simms.

Parrish -> Dealt, along with Sopel, for Tambellini, Grebeshkov and a 3rd in 2006 (apparently it was conditionnal on LA making the playoffs, which they did not)

So basically, Kvasha and Parrish for Jeff Tambellini, Jase Weslosky, Stefan Ridderwall and Shane Simms

Panthers:

Luongo, Krajicek, 6th rounder in 2006 (Sergei Shirokov) for Bertuzzi, Allen and Auld. Bertuzzi was later dealt for Matthias and the 58th pick in the 2007 draft (later dealt to Nashville as part of the Vokoun deal and became Nick Spaling). Auld was let go.

So basically, Luongo, Krajicek and a Shirokov have turned into Allen, Matthias and a decent part that helped get them Vokoun.

Jokinen for Ballard, Boynton, Ballard and 49th overall pick in 2008 (later dealt to Phoenix as Florida moved up 3 spots, sacrificing a 4th in 2009 to get Colby Robak)

In all: Luongo, Krajicek, Shirokov, Jokinen and a 4th in 2009 have turned into Matthias, Allen, Ballard, Boynton, a fraction of the price it cost to get Vokoun and Robak.

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07-30-2008, 01:49 PM
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He hit 49 points just three seasons back when he scored 29 goals for the Islanders and Kings.
Yup, and he was a -23.

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07-30-2008, 02:11 PM
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I hope the Panthers sign him to help replace the loss of Jokinen. Parrish always said he had a soft spot for Florida since we have him his first real opportunity...we could use some love down here!

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