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02-08-2010, 07:27 PM
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I wouldnt even deal callahan for hodgson sorry
Thats bordering on criminal insanity.

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Thats bordering on criminal insanity.
Lol i might be but i couldnt deal cally for him.

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I say a player like sangs or a 1st rounder

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I would do that.

Rypien and Prutch on the 4th line would amazing. It would go back to the Kocur and Domi days!!!!
I don't understand why anyone would accept a deal with Sauer in it when they will probably be able to get him for nothing soon enough.

Fans often "sweeten" the deal in their suggestions by offering someone that neither side cares about at all.

Prospal for Hodgson would be approximately equivalent to Nashville offering the Rangers Steve Sullivan for Kreider.

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Thats bordering on criminal insanity.
That's over the border and into their capital city.

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02-09-2010, 07:36 PM
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i would trade for him if possible. I'd send a 1st and one of our 2nd tier prospects or a 2nd and a lower 1st tier prospect. hopefully slats can pull his magic off with this one. A Grachev-Hodgson reunion next season would be sweet!

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Was directed here by a friend of mine so wanted to give a view from the other side. First off the "Cody Hodgson hates the Canucks" media circus is overblown, but since often where there is smoke there is fire, let's look at what it would take to move Hodgson to the Rangers.

The Canucks' fans are going to want a package like dubinsky, staal, sanguinetti, 2010 1st for Hodgson and Bieksa since that fills pretty much all of our holes in one deal.

The Canucks need an upgrade on the 3rd line (preferably a C), a defensive, physical D (preferably top-4), and a blue chip D prospect.

I see Staal or Dubinsky (likely Dubinsky), Sanguinetti, and a 1st for Hodgson and possibly Demitra as being the likely result if such a deal would go down. I don't think it's necessarily appropriate value for Hodgson's potential (and Canucks fans would lose their minds) but it would likely be the best package they could get if their hand was forced.

At the same time I can see from the posts in this thread that Rangers fans would also think this is way to much to give up for a recently injured prospect, so it's doubtful a deal would get done.

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02-10-2010, 10:24 AM
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Was directed here by a friend of mine so wanted to give a view from the other side. First off the "Cody Hodgson hates the Canucks" media circus is overblown, but since often where there is smoke there is fire, let's look at what it would take to move Hodgson to the Rangers.

The Canucks' fans are going to want a package like dubinsky, staal, sanguinetti, 2010 1st for Hodgson and Bieksa since that fills pretty much all of our holes in one deal.

The Canucks need an upgrade on the 3rd line (preferably a C), a defensive, physical D (preferably top-4), and a blue chip D prospect.

I see Staal or Dubinsky (likely Dubinsky), Sanguinetti, and a 1st for Hodgson and possibly Demitra as being the likely result if such a deal would go down. I don't think it's necessarily appropriate value for Hodgson's potential (and Canucks fans would lose their minds) but it would likely be the best package they could get if their hand was forced.

At the same time I can see from the posts in this thread that Rangers fans would also think this is way to much to give up for a recently injured prospect, so it's doubtful a deal would get done.
That is an overpayment from the Rangers. Hodgson hasnt played an NHL game and is coming off a major back injury, Staal has more value, as a 1b defenseman already, than Hodgson does right now. Dubinsky is a 2nd line center, he probably has equal value right now.

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02-10-2010, 03:12 PM
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That is an overpayment from the Rangers. Hodgson hasnt played an NHL game and is coming off a major back injury, Staal has more value, as a 1b defenseman already, than Hodgson does right now. Dubinsky is a 2nd line center, he probably has equal value right now.
I'd have to say Dubinsky has more value than Hodgson.. I know he might not on HFboards.. But I think NHL GMs might value proven young players over unproven young players.. Just a hunch

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I'd have to say Dubinsky has more value than Hodgson.. I know he might not on HFboards.. But I think NHL GMs might value proven young players over unproven young players.. Just a hunch
somewhat agree...but i think if Hodgson didnt just come off a MAJOR MAJOR injury, then he would have WWAAAYY more value than Dubinsky...with that said right now, I think its closer than it probably should be. Hodgson is/was as elite a prospect as there is in hockey. I think hes like #5 on hockeys future, thought i think that was before his injury.

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The Canucks' fans are going to want a package like dubinsky, staal, sanguinetti, 2010 1st for Hodgson and Bieksa since that fills pretty much all of our holes in one deal.

The Canucks need an upgrade on the 3rd line (preferably a C), a defensive, physical D (preferably top-4), and a blue chip D prospect.

I see Staal or Dubinsky (likely Dubinsky), Sanguinetti, and a 1st for Hodgson and possibly Demitra as being the likely result if such a deal would go down. I don't think it's necessarily appropriate value for Hodgson's potential (and Canucks fans would lose their minds) but it would likely be the best package they could get if their hand was forced.
As good as Hodgson is, there's just not a shot in hell that any team is going to give up that much for him. Especially if the Canucks' hand is forced.

A young, capable 2nd line center, a top-tier defensive prospect, and a high first round pick for a guy who has yet to prove anything at the professional level and a pending UFA who spends more time on the IR than the ice? Insanity.

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02-10-2010, 04:23 PM
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As good as Hodgson is, there's just not a shot in hell that any team is going to give up that much for him. Especially if the Canucks' hand is forced.

A young, capable 2nd line center, a top-tier defensive prospect, and a high first round pick for a guy who has yet to prove anything at the professional level and a pending UFA who spends more time on the IR than the ice? Insanity.
yeah, i dont think hes in any sort of reality here.

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02-10-2010, 04:26 PM
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As good as Hodgson is, there's just not a shot in hell that any team is going to give up that much for him. Especially if the Canucks' hand is forced.

A young, capable 2nd line center, a top-tier defensive prospect, and a high first round pick for a guy who has yet to prove anything at the professional level and a pending UFA who spends more time on the IR than the ice? Insanity.
The Rangers wouldn't give up a similar package for Kovalchuk, but, it's going to cost that for Hodgson...um, yeah.

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somewhat agree...but i think if Hodgson didnt just come off a MAJOR MAJOR injury, then he would have WWAAAYY more value than Dubinsky...with that said right now, I think its closer than it probably should be. Hodgson is/was as elite a prospect as there is in hockey. I think hes like #5 on hockeys future, thought i think that was before his injury.
agree. dubinsky for hodgson straightup is fair because (in increasing weight) 1) hodgson has never played an NHL game in his life. 2) vancouver is in a pickle 3) hodgson is recovering from a major injury.

at the beginning of the season pre-injury, you could make a case for hodgson + roster player for dubinsky, sanguinetti, and a 1st.

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02-10-2010, 06:36 PM
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He is still a prospcet tho(coming off a back injury)...So much hype over top prospects on this board...Pavel Brendl had alot of potential too...i would never deal someone like callahan straight up for an unknown really...i know most people would on these boards but i expect that...Never know how a prospects game will translate into the nhl...what i do know is callahan is a very valuable player and Cody is a big ?

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