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02-16-2011, 05:09 PM
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To Boston:
JM Liles D (4.2)
Milan Hejduk F (3)

To Colorado:
Blake Wheeler F (2.2)
Dan Paille (1.1)(cap reasons)
Johnny Boychuck (1.8)
Boston 1st
Boston conditional 3rd/4th

thoughts? good value?

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02-16-2011, 05:16 PM
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Quantity doesn't equal quality. The 2 best players by a wide margin are both going to boston.

Avs are better off dealing Liles and Hejduk seperately to maximize their value, if its their prerogative to trade them at all.

I'd do just Liles for Wheeler and a 2nd. Or Mark Stuart and a 1st.

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i usually hate to see a lot of peices moving for a short term fix but man i cant say i would object to that as a bruins fan

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Quantity doesn't equal quality. The 2 best players by a wide margin are both going to boston.

Avs are better off dealing Liles and Hejduk seperately to maximize their value, if its their prerogative to trade them at all.

I'd do just Liles for Wheeler and a 2nd. Or Mark Stuart and a 1st.
Agree with evertyhing on this post, but THIS.
That would be brutal.
Might not be that bad valuewise, but no way need Wheeler going into the next season.

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Agree with evertyhing on this post, but THIS.
That would be brutal.
Might not be that bad valuewise, but no way need Wheeler going into the next season.
If Hejduk retires, he'd be another big body to add in our top nine forwards. He's got some skill too. Who knows if we re-sign Flash either.


Flash-Duchene-Jones
Mueller-Stastny-Stewart
Galiardi-O'Reilly-Wheeler

Thats a good looking top nine IMO. Only thing is the question marks surrounding Mueller and Fleishmann. Also who knows if Hejduk comes back.

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02-16-2011, 05:42 PM
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If Hejduk retires, he'd be another big body to add in our top nine forwards. He's got some skill too. Who knows if we re-sign Flash either.


Flash-Duchene-Jones
Mueller-Stastny-Stewart
Galiardi-O'Reilly-Wheeler

Thats a good looking top nine IMO. Only thing is the question marks surrounding Mueller and Fleishmann. Also who knows if Hejduk comes back.
Before locking up a roster spot with Wheeler, I'd rather give Stoa another year to get it going with the Avs.
Plus there will be several UFAs this offeseason I'd take over Wheeler.

It's just my opinion, no offense or anything, but I do not think we should give up JML for someone like Wheeler.
We should get a decent, big defender and a pick because those are our needs.

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Not a fan of Wheeler. Seems to work hard enough these days but there isn't all that much there. Plays so small for a big guy and that is one of my biggest pet peeves in hockey players. Can't stand big guys that don't use it.

This forum should have a sticky that Hejduk won't waive his NMC.

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Liles for 1st + minor asset/Stuart
Hejduk is not being traded

How many Colorado/Boston threads do we really need?

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If the avs WERE to trade both Liles and Hejduk to Boston, they better be getting the Leafs 1st back.

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To Boston:
JM Liles D (4.2)
Milan Hejduk F (3)

To Colorado:
Blake Wheeler F (2.2)
Dan Paille (1.1)(cap reasons)
Johnny Boychuck (1.8)
Boston 1st
Boston conditional 3rd/4th

thoughts? good value?
Think about it.

Best D man in deal: Liles
Best F in deal: Hedjuk

Does a late 1 make up the difference? No.

I'm not even going to bring up Paille and a conditional pick.

Really not at all a fair deal for Colorado.

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