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05-26-2010, 05:29 PM
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Kings Sign Parse (2 Years, $900k per year)

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worth $1.8 million, split at $900,000 per season.


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Sweet. On to Doughty and Richardson.

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Excited. Glad to see him in the plans (barring a sign-and-trade, lol). Can't wait to see the numbers.

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so one lineup spot taken how many more to go?

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Frankly, I'm surprised Parse signed with us.

Not too sure if I'm happy over the signing. The way I see it, he's going to play the 3rd line and I prefer a bigger forward there if possible.

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Aw, yay!

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Frankly, I'm surprised Parse signed with us.

Not too sure if I'm happy over the signing. The way I see it, he's going to play the 3rd line and I prefer a bigger forward there if possible.
I'm happy with it, he did pot 11 goals in 59 games and has a pretty good shot. Assuming it's not an expensive contract, it's a good move.

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10 posts and no "plan the parade" talk

This board has lost its edge....lol

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Frankly, I'm surprised Parse signed with us.

Not too sure if I'm happy over the signing. The way I see it, he's going to play the 3rd line and I prefer a bigger forward there if possible.
Me too. But I think he can be a solid 15-20 Goal guy in a full-time role.

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He could still very well get traded, and he will definitely still have to earn his spot in camp.

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F-YEAH!!! i was scared he wasn't gonna sign with us.

Love his game. he's not without his faults but he has a good shot and makes heads up plays and passes.

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Hopefully Parse can become more consistent and show the kind of improvement that Richardson did last season.

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I'm glad we're bringing him back.

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Me too. But I think he can be a solid 15-20 Goal guy in a full-time role.
I think so too. Maybe 20 is out of the question for next year, but not in the future.

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Frankly, I'm surprised Parse signed with us.
If you remember, people were surprised that he signed with us out of college. Rumor back then was he felt ignored and wanted to go elsewhere.

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I'm happy with it, he did pot 11 goals in 59 games and has a pretty good shot. Assuming it's not an expensive contract, it's a good move.
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Me too. But I think he can be a solid 15-20 Goal guy in a full-time role.
I'm not saying it's a bad signing because I do think that he can score. I just really wanted bigger players for our 3rd and 4th line.

I just think DL was afraid to have another Moulson situation on his hand. I wouldn't be surprised to see Parse get some time on the first 2 lines.

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I like Parse. I think he has good upside as a long term 3rd liner. He has the ability to be a 20g 25a guy consistently. He just needs to bring a consistent effort every night.

I'll reiterate what others have mentioned but I'm a bit surprised he chose to re-sign with us even though I'm glad he did. I feel, and assumed he did too, that he got a bit of an unfair shake from Murray this year. If the guy didn't score he got scratched. I understand Murray's motives behind it for Parse individually as a long term player but as a team move, and who Parse would be scratched in favor of, still leaves me shaking my head.

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This is good news. I like the guy and I think he can contribute. At the very least he is another asset for a trade.

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I like Parse. I think he has good upside as a long term 3rd liner. He has the ability to be a 20g 25a guy consistently. He just needs to bring a consistent effort every night.

I'll reiterate what others have mentioned but I'm a bit surprised he chose to re-sign with us even though I'm glad he did. I feel, and assumed he did too, that he got a bit of an unfair shake from Murray this year. If the guy didn't score he got scratched. I understand Murray's motives behind it for Parse individually as a long term player but as a team move, and who Parse would be scratched in favor of, still leaves me shaking my head.
I agree with that, I remember a few times he got scratched, Murray explained that "He needed to learn how to become a complete NHL player. . ". I find that to be very insulting when guys' like Randy Jones we're playing almost every game. . . granted, different positions but STILL . . . . cmon

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Sweet. On to Doughty and Richardson.
You're going to have to wait at least until July 1st on Doughty.

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I agree with that, I remember a few times he got scratched, Murray explained that "He needed to learn how to become a complete NHL player. . ". I find that to be very insulting when guys' like Randy Jones we're playing almost every game. . . granted, different positions but STILL . . . . cmon
Yeah. I mean, I get and appreciate what Murray was trying to do for Parse, to make him a better player. But when Parse would be scratched for guys like Purcell, Harrold, Ivanans, Segal, or Clune is where I didn't agree because while Parse has work to do, he's easily better than all of the guys that were replacing him already, plus he chipped in occasional offense or at least offensive pressure. The occasional scratch to send Parse a message after a weak game or to give him a chance to watch from the box? Sure. But the stretches were Parse couldn't get back on the ice over some of the above scrubs was infuriating to me.

It's one of my biggest complaints with Murray (and I make it known I'm not a big TM supporter) is his wonky system of accountability.

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Looks like I was right.

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But when Parse would be scratched for guys like Purcell, Harrold, Ivanans, Segal, or Clune
Yes, I agree with you on all the above except for Clune just because of the energy and "mouth" he brings but usually, it was Harrold taking Clune's spot . . if I remember correctly?

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Numbers are in:

"Scott Parse signed a two-year contract worth $1.8 million, split at $900,000 per season."

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I agree with that, I remember a few times he got scratched, Murray explained that "He needed to learn how to become a complete NHL player. . ". I find that to be very insulting when guys' like Randy Jones we're playing almost every game. . . granted, different positions but STILL . . . . cmon
Jones was sometimes played because of the lack of other options. Jones pretty much had the effort every night. He has the occasional "non-moving feet" night but his real problem is confidence with the puck under pressure. That can only be resolved by playing under pressure - something Murray has personally experienced.

Parse occasionally looked like he was playing in a different system. That requires a bench warming message.

Different players, different problems, different messages.

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