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Slava Kozlov at the deadline

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05-13-2009, 03:18 PM
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Slava Kozlov at the deadline

I know this is a long way away, but what do you think he could get Atlanta?

We're just going to say that keeps up his solid play and is good for about 60ish points. Could he fetch a first rounder?

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I know this is a long way away, but what do you think he could get Atlanta?

We're just going to say that keeps up his solid play and is good for about 60ish points. Could he fetch a first rounder?
You of all people should know Kozlov has a NTC that he is unwilling to waive. No dice.

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You of all people should know Kozlov has a NTC that he is unwilling to waive. No dice.
Which is why I said deadline. He might be willing to waive it if he is only going to be a rental.

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If he has a season similar to this one, a low first rounder and a mid range prospect

If he doesnt have as good of a season, a 2nd rounder, a 4th line roster player or a decent to average prospect

So basically, if say, the Kings were in playoff contention next year

- If he's on pace for 70+ points, I would throw out a 1st round pick + a guy like Jeff Zatkoff

If he is on pace for fewer, your looking at something like a 2nd rounder + Trevor Lewis or something of that ilk

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hopefully the notion of trading Kozlov won't even be viable at the next trade deadline

The Thrashers will be a playoff team next year

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Kozlov would not waive it. He's already stated this in the media. Atlanta will (hopefully) be a better team next year anyways, so there's no need for this topic at all.

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You of all people should know Kozlov has a NTC that he is unwilling to waive. No dice.
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Which is why I said deadline. He might be willing to waive it if he is only going to be a rental.
Dude...

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Oh please. Players say that they won't do things all the time and they change their minds constantly. I'm fully aware of what Kozlov has said in the past. As far as i'm concerned it doesn't mean jack. If I recall Hossa also said he loved it here before.

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Hossa loved Atlanta, he didn't like the ownership and coaching.

Kozlov is hunky dory with everything about his current situation. He (like Kovalchuk and Lehtonen) loves Atlanta. Slava has a home in Florida because his kid is a tennis player, but that's it.

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Hossa loved Atlanta, he didn't like the ownership and coaching.

Kozlov is hunky dory with everything about his current situation. He (like Kovalchuk and Lehtonen) loves Atlanta. Slava has a home in Florida because his kid is a tennis player, but that's it.
Kozzy to tampa for Stamkos and a 1st

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Kozzy to tampa for Stamkos and a 1st
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blankspace6; do you think that using this uber-used smiley give you an egde or something???

Keith Tkachuk had a NMC in his contract and he was not willing to waive it, until late February 2007. I guess you get what I'm saying. So please, don't come here and act like you know everything!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The 39 year old Mathieu Schneider netted the Thrashers a second round and a third round pick (a conditional pick, now a third rounder went over to Montreal.) Keep in mind that Schneider was largly supbar during his stint with Atlanta. I'm convince that Kozlov will gather a late 1st or a 2nd round + prospects/ additional picks, even if he isn't his best game next season.
Tkachuk knew all along he'd be a rental as his intention was to re-sign in St. Louis. This could very well be Kozlov's last season in the NHL. He already has two Stanley Cup rings. Tkachuk is still after his first. The situation is not the same.

Schneider was considered deadline bait as soon as Atlanta picked him up. Waddell hinted at it before the season had even started. The return on Kozlov would be solid, but it's not going to happen.

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Like others have said, I expect Atlanta to need Kozzy come March. Forgive me for keeping this thread floating.

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If he's got 46 points or less by the don't expect more than a 2nd rounder. See: Antropov.

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