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05-10-2009, 03:25 PM
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Dan Hamhuis

i've seen this guy a few times i just want to know what his value is

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Nashville could use some young scoring forwards so if they were to move Hamhuis that's likely what they'd be looking for. Maybe something built around Bergfors, but I bet they'd want a more proven forward.

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Top-8 pick this year + 2nd

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Proven young scoring prospect on a cheap contract + 3rd.

Hamhuis is cheap vet who can play on the top-pairing and was a 11th pick overall.

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05-10-2009, 03:56 PM
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Top-8 pick this year + 2nd

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Proven young scoring prospect on a cheap contract + 3rd.

Hamhuis is cheap vet who can play on the top-pairing and was a 11th pick overall.
define proven

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Top-8 pick this year + 2nd

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Proven young scoring prospect on a cheap contract + 3rd.

Hamhuis is cheap vet who can play on the top-pairing and was a 11th pick overall.
He's also an UFA after next season so he certainly won't fetch a top 8 pick+.

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05-10-2009, 04:31 PM
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What about Montreal 1st?

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im not a fan of the guy a little bit. nice 2nd pairing guy but hes so over rated on these boards which put me in the role of hater

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05-10-2009, 09:07 PM
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Hes worth a moderately young (20-25) scoring forward who has put up around 50-60 points a year. Depending on the fowards contract a mid round pick may have to be thrown in.

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Hes worth a moderately young (20-25) scoring forward who has put up around 50-60 points a year. Depending on the fowards contract a mid round pick may have to be thrown in.
A 20-25 year old who can put up 50-60 points a year? For Hamhuis?

Good luck, bud.

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Lee Stempniak + Mike Van Ryn

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Lee Stempniak + Mike Van Ryn will get you laughed out of the room.
Don't know if your keyboard quit working or what.

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It has been discussed alot and I think something could be worked out around Lupul if his salary wasn't so high. Unfortunately Lupul's salary is a bit too high for us to take on. Something around someone like Lupul or a good quality forward prospect might be able to be worked out.

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Hes worth a moderately young (20-25) scoring forward who has put up around 50-60 points a year. Depending on the fowards contract a mid round pick may have to be thrown in.
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A 20-25 year old who can put up 50-60 points a year? For Hamhuis?

Good luck, bud.
Sounds exactly like Joffrey Lupul. Hamhuis would be a great addition for Philly so it looks like a natural fit. A lot of people aren't thrilled with Lupul's contract, but i'm sure the Flyers would be willing to absorb a little more salary to fill in the 2.0 million gap in salaries, and throw in a pick or prospect as well

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How about:

Dan Hamhuis

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Carlo Colaicovo, Alex Steen, 4th round pick?


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He's also an UFA after next season so he certainly won't fetch a top 8 pick+.
Then sign/extend and trade... Available top-4 D-men are rare this offseason which raise the price of them.

As for proven scorer... somewhere above D.Stafford and below Zherdev. Maybe Cheechoo because of his declining performance.

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Hamhuis is from my hometown so I've always wanted to see him on the Canucks. He'd be a great replacement for Ohlund, and probably a good bet to sign long term in Vancouver joining Bieksa and Elder as our younger D core to replace the aging Ohlund/Salo/Mitchell.

I'm not going to play the GM game though because the Canucks have pretty good depth for young forwards up front so if a deal actually was discussed Nashville would have plenty to choose from. Obviously no Sedins, Kesler, Burrows, or Hodgson, but there's still Bernier, Wellwood, Raymond, Hansen, and Grabner to choose from. Any of which would fit nicely in Nashville who's short on forwards, with value being close enough that a draft pic thrown in would even things up.

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Then sign/extend and trade... Available top-4 D-men are rare this offseason which raise the price of them.

As for proven scorer... somewhere above D.Stafford and below Zherdev. Maybe Cheechoo because of his declining performance.
Yeah, Zherdev was traded for Tyutin who's pretty equivalent to Hamhuis, apart from the contract status.

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sooo...
This was discussed last week or so. The end result was that the only forward NJ has that really fits what Nashville needs is Zach Parise, and obviously that ain't happening, so it was deemed "bad trade partners."

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Hamhuis is our 3rd best defenseman, I really really hope he's extended and not traded.

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