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10-16-2003, 06:39 AM
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Any team need center?????? Proposal

What would you offer for any of Perreault,Juneau,Ribeiro,Kilger and Bulis????



Mtl: 4th
Atl:Kilger

Edm: Ribeiro bulis And 3rd
Mtl:Comrie

Mtlerreault and 2nd
Was:Lang and 3rd

Mtl:1$ and 8th
Min:Juneau

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What would you offer for any of Perreault,Juneau,Ribeiro,Kilger and Bulis????



Mtl: 4th
Atl:Kilger

Edm: Ribeiro bulis And 3rd
Mtl:Comrie

Mtlerreault and 2nd
Was:Lang and 3rd

Mtl:1$ and 8th
Min:Juneau
the flames will take perreault off your hands,we will give you chris clark and a 6th

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Mtl: 4th
Atl:Kilger
The Thrashers don't need another 3rd liner. They are in the market for a top 6 forward.

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What would you offer for any of Perreault,Juneau,Ribeiro,Kilger and Bulis????



Mtl: 4th
Atl:Kilger

Edm: Ribeiro bulis And 3rd
Mtl:Comrie

Mtlerreault and 2nd
Was:Lang and 3rd

Mtl:1$ and 8th
Min:Juneau

1- Not a bad deal.

2- I don't want to sound like a homer, but the way Ribeiro and Bulis are playing, it's overpaying for Comrie altough I know that Emonton fans will disagree.

3- I don't know what's Lang salary, but Mtl win if he's not payed 5+ millions.

4- don't worth a deal and Juneau is our PK specialist. He's not Mike Peca, but he's still our pk specialist... We need him more than Min right now.

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the flames will take perreault off your hands,we will give you chris clark and a 6th
No we won't

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the flames will take perreault off your hands,we will give you chris clark and a 6th
I'd rather have Clark and 6th or just Clark or just the 6th or cancer rather than Perreault.

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3- I don't know what's Lang salary, but Mtl win if he's not payed 5+ millions.
5 mil.

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I'd rather have Clark and 6th or just Clark or just the 6th or cancer rather than Perreault.

I'll give you another 6th so that you keep Clark

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2- I don't want to sound like a homer, but the way Ribeiro and Bulis are playing, it's overpaying for Comrie altough I know that Emonton fans will disagree.
I heard Bulis does not want to play center anymore and we need no more Lw and Ribiero I like him but his style makes me wonder if he would have chemistry with Smyth or Dvorak but we are quite interested in one of your puck moving d prospects.I know Montreal fans will hate me for suggesting this but

To Edm:
Ryder(I think great chem in Smyth-Ryder-Hemsky)
Hossa(I think great chem between Hossa and Dvo,Izzy along for the ride+board work)
Hainsey

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Comrie
York

yep its a good old fashioned youth ******(ya I know that sounds gross), but we all know York and Comrie have proven themselves and are both very talented, Ryder is kind of a wild card but watching him a little in pre-season looks like he has the makings of a star and I am sure Hossa will be a good 2nd liner and Hainsey a top 4 d-man but whether either can excel past that is a matter of time.I'd say Edmonton is overpaying but I think its worth it because I think these guys will all be perfect fits in Edmonton. From Montreal perspective I would say its hard to turn down because of the quality of talent u r recieving, but u lose size(not real important but it is nice to have atleast one big guy per line), grit(both r pretty gritty for little guys though),and youth(not much older though).

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I heard Bulis does not want to play center anymore and we need no more Lw and Ribiero I like him but his style makes me wonder if he would have chemistry with Smyth or Dvorak but we are quite interested in one of your puck moving d prospects.I know Montreal fans will hate me for suggesting this but

To Edm:
Ryder(I think great chem in Smyth-Ryder-Hemsky)
Hossa(I think great chem between Hossa and Dvo,Izzy along for the ride+board work)
Hainsey

To Mtl:
Comrie
York

yep its a good old fashioned youth ******(ya I know that sounds gross), but we all know York and Comrie have proven themselves and are both very talented, Ryder is kind of a wild card but watching him a little in pre-season looks like he has the makings of a star and I am sure Hossa will be a good 2nd liner and Hainsey a top 4 d-man but whether either can excel past that is a matter of time.I'd say Edmonton is overpaying but I think its worth it because I think these guys will all be perfect fits in Edmonton. From Montreal perspective I would say its hard to turn down because of the quality of talent u r recieving, but u lose size(not real important but it is nice to have atleast one big guy per line), grit(both r pretty gritty for little guys though),and youth(not much older though).

montreal dont need comrie !!
+ we are rebuilding so we wont trade our young core ...
so no..

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montreal dont need comrie !!
+ we are rebuilding so we wont trade our young core ...
so no..
Because Comrie is such an old fart. :p

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Because Comrie is such an old fart. :p
. I'm guessing its more for team chemistry but :p none the less. U need to move some of them though ur getting too full a 2nd for Ryder and another 2nd(NYR) for Bulis. If u want to move just Bulis and not Ryder I'll give u a 3rd.

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I heard Bulis does not want to play center anymore and we need no more Lw and Ribiero I like him but his style makes me wonder if he would have chemistry with Smyth or Dvorak but we are quite interested in one of your puck moving d prospects.I know Montreal fans will hate me for suggesting this but

To Edm:
Ryder(I think great chem in Smyth-Ryder-Hemsky)
Hossa(I think great chem between Hossa and Dvo,Izzy along for the ride+board work)
Hainsey

To Mtl:
Comrie
York

yep its a good old fashioned youth ******(ya I know that sounds gross), but we all know York and Comrie have proven themselves and are both very talented, Ryder is kind of a wild card but watching him a little in pre-season looks like he has the makings of a star and I am sure Hossa will be a good 2nd liner and Hainsey a top 4 d-man but whether either can excel past that is a matter of time.I'd say Edmonton is overpaying but I think its worth it because I think these guys will all be perfect fits in Edmonton. From Montreal perspective I would say its hard to turn down because of the quality of talent u r recieving, but u lose size(not real important but it is nice to have atleast one big guy per line), grit(both r pretty gritty for little guys though),and youth(not much older though).
Come on. You know deep down this would never happen. Ryder is the new sensation in Montreal. He's already a fan favorite and makes anybody playing with him better with his physical play and great scoring instinct. Hainsey is looking sharp as well. Hossa is playing on Montreal's best line with Ribeiro and Zednik and completes them very well. No way Gainey decides to give up on elements that are doing so well and rapidly becoming a vital part of the Habs for Comrie (5'8" center is not going to look good in Montreal). I like York, but you're asking way too much. I'll rephrase that. If you think the only thing interesting on the Habs are bluechipers, you can walk away it's never going to happen. Not in a hundred years. Those young guys are Montreal's salvation.

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Comrie is by far the best player in that deal and he is in his what, third year? Im not saying the deal is fair but by saying you are rebuilding and saying no to Comrie is pretty riduculous.

Once you start losing you'll change your tunes and you'll want give the likes of Ribeiro, Perrault, etc away.

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Comrie is by far the best player in that deal and he is in his what, third year? Im not saying the deal is fair but by saying you are rebuilding and saying no to Comrie is pretty riduculous.

Once you start losing you'll change your tunes and you'll want give the likes of Ribeiro, Perrault, etc away.
Did you see Ribeiro or Perreault in that Comrie proposal? If not, how could Munch's tune change?

The fact is, that proposal ain't too bad. At all. But what is the incentive for a rebuilding club to move prospects for now-players? Comrie is indeed young, but he is a small center who's a liability defensively. This is unfortunately a type of player/weakness that MTL has an abundance of.

Instead Montreal is moving a very strong prospect in Hainsey, who looks to be staying with the big club all year. And the prospect depth (and quality) on defense for the Habs is very weak.

Hossa and Ryder are two big, versatile left wingers that are currently playing the first two lines in Montreal. Little incentive to move either.

If the deal for Comrie centered around Perreault or Ribeiro going the other way, then I would see your point in criticizing Munch's post. Otherwise it doesn't make much sense to mention Ribeiro/Perreault.

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I heard Bulis does not want to play center anymore and we need no more Lw and Ribiero I like him but his style makes me wonder if he would have chemistry with Smyth or Dvorak but we are quite interested in one of your puck moving d prospects.I know Montreal fans will hate me for suggesting this but

To Edm:
Ryder(I think great chem in Smyth-Ryder-Hemsky)
Hossa(I think great chem between Hossa and Dvo,Izzy along for the ride+board work)
Hainsey

To Mtl:
Comrie
York

yep its a good old fashioned youth ******(ya I know that sounds gross), but we all know York and Comrie have proven themselves and are both very talented, Ryder is kind of a wild card but watching him a little in pre-season looks like he has the makings of a star and I am sure Hossa will be a good 2nd liner and Hainsey a top 4 d-man but whether either can excel past that is a matter of time.I'd say Edmonton is overpaying but I think its worth it because I think these guys will all be perfect fits in Edmonton. From Montreal perspective I would say its hard to turn down because of the quality of talent u r recieving, but u lose size(not real important but it is nice to have atleast one big guy per line), grit(both r pretty gritty for little guys though),and youth(not much older though).
Are you insane? The Oilers would never do that trade. Hossa isn't a top notch prospect by any stretch, so how does this work out in any way? Edmonton get's fleeced

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Comrie is by far the best player in that deal and he is in his what, third year? Im not saying the deal is fair but by saying you are rebuilding and saying no to Comrie is pretty riduculous.

Once you start losing you'll change your tunes and you'll want give the likes of Ribeiro, Perrault, etc away.
Why are you talking to me about Ribeiro and Perreault. The proposal was about Hossa, Ryder and Hainsey. I'm not saying Comrie and York aren't worth those players, I'm saying that Hossa, Hainsey and Ryder are more valuable to Montreal than Comrie and York would considering needs. It's been said a hundred times, Habs are the last place Lowe should look if he wants to ship Comrie elsewhere. They don't need an other smallish center, as it's their main weakness already (overabundance of small centers).

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Comrie is by far the best player in that deal and he is in his what, third year? Im not saying the deal is fair but by saying you are rebuilding and saying no to Comrie is pretty riduculous.

Once you start losing you'll change your tunes and you'll want give the likes of Ribeiro, Perrault, etc away.
ok so you'll do that trade ?
just 4 fun...

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