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01-26-2012, 12:39 PM
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How about Moen and Gill for Jensen?
Adam Jensen? Are augmentations allowed in the NHL?

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01-26-2012, 12:40 PM
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I wanna trade Price,that's how you rebuild in one year.

None of this tank for 3 years stuff..
I would not trade him in a million years, not even for Columbus or Edmonton's first round draft pick this season which might land Yakupov or Grigorenko, the reason is because goalies like Price come once every 5 years or more, and there is no way your getting anywhere fast by trading him away.

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This is a genius idea... everyone... lets trade price!
Right here, this is where he should go ,1st over all pick to Montreal

http://sports.espn.go.com/fantasy/ho...hecrease120110

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I disagree with this. I don't think it's that easy to replace Moen on the open market. These kind of players are in high demand. I wouldn't want to trade Moen unless it's at least a 2nd rounder. Unless of course he's not planning on restaying in MTL.

I think you can find a decent replacement, they might not be as good but still. I think a guy like Prust would be a good replacement, for a little more money Gaustad.

If you told me I could replace Moen with Prust at 1.5, or maybe Moen with Guastad at 2.5M, and get a 2nd round pick, I think I'd do it.

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I would not trade him in a million years, not even for Columbus or Edmonton's first round draft pick this season which might land Yakupov or Grigorenko, the reason is because goalies like Price come once every 5 years or more, and there is no way your getting anywhere fast by trading him away.
Boston won with a goalie they never drafted/ developed....right?
Edmonton Oilers made cup finals with Roloson right?
Flyers went to cup final with ???
Tampa Bay won the cup ,never drafted Habbybulin
Colorado never drafted ROY
Blackhawks won with a UNDRAFTED goalie
Dallas won cup with Ed Belfour ,never drafted him


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I think you can find a decent replacement, they might not be as good but still. I think a guy like Prust would be a good replacement, for a little more money Gaustad.

If you told me I could replace Moen with Prust at 1.5, or maybe Moen with Guastad at 2.5M, and get a 2nd round pick, I think I'd do it.
Hopefully his girlfriend (who is from Montreal ? Quebec ?) can bring him home !

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I disagree with this. I don't think it's that easy to replace Moen on the open market. These kind of players are in high demand. I wouldn't want to trade Moen unless it's at least a 2nd rounder. Unless of course he's not planning on restaying in MTL.
Are you kidding? The guy is garbage.

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Are you kidding? The guy is garbage.
Moen?

you can't be serious, the guy is key part of the number 1 PK in the league..

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01-26-2012, 12:47 PM
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Are you kidding? The guy is garbage.


U serious

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Are you kidding? The guy is garbage.
Just out of curiosity, you do watch hockey right?

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have to imagine that the "market" for Moen is going to be red hot as we get closer to the deadline.

I really think a 1st isn't out of the question...

he's basically exactly the type of player every team with cup ambitions wants to add down the stretch

- great work ethic/attitude
- tough, prototypical "canadian" player
- cup winning experience


I imagine that just about every team that fancies themselves as a contender will take a long look at him and submit an offer.
Agreed. Would suck to lose a guy like that but you have to face the reality of where we sit.

He's the prototype of what a contender needs for that added playoff depth. Plus he's got that hot hand this year and would probably score a few in a playoff run.

Start a bidding war for him.

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If Gauthier is not able to get a good pick or a player (active NHL) or good AHL or Junior, he should keep Moen and re-sign him. Unless Moen really wants to go.

I am not sure we can replace him that easily.

Gauthier was unable to sign a big gritty 4th line player last July when many were available.

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Moen for a 2nd pick? In a heartbeat.

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SO you want Moen?
ok, Obviously I want the most I can get so I will start high.
Moen for your 1st and 2nd.

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If Gauthier is not able to get a good pick or a player (active NHL) or good AHL or Junior, he should keep Moen and re-sign him. Unless Moen really wants to go.

I am not sure we can replace him that easily.

Gauthier was unable to sign a big gritty 4th line player last July when many were available.
If it wasn't for injuries, our 4th line going into this season would have been

Moen-Betts-White


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If we trade Moen for a 3rd+ round pick, I'd be disappointed. We should keep him, unless the return is good.

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You will never get a 1st round draft pick for anyone for Moen and/or Gill, remember, Gill was traded for a 7th round draft pick from Toronto to Pittsburgh and Moen is young but this is a contract year and he is playing above average.

If we get a prospect and 2nd round pick for both, I am happy.

WE NEED TO RE-BUILD THIS TEAM.
if we need to rebuild then we need to keep moen. when we had the talent we didn't have the complementary players, now that we have the framework for a good team we shouldn't blow it up. swap in a piece here, out one there.

Plekanec: on a team that isn't mtl, he'd get selke talk.
Moen: more big bodies that can play mean the big bodies that can rly play don't get targeted.
Desharnais: he's a powerforward.
Kostitsyn: the only thing not to like is how badly he's been abused by fans and management.
Diaz: solid.

those are the ones that people want to get rid of for no apparent reason (read, good return.. but there is a reason they would have good return). alongside the untouchables (Price, Subban, Pacioretty, Eller) and the core (Cole, Gorges, Markov, Gionta) we also have the decent role players: Gill, Gomez, Nokelainen, Blunden, Campoli, Kaberle, Weber.

out of all these players the only ones we should be talking about moving are Gill, Campoli, and Weber. Gill's time is up with us, Campoli isn't the answer, and Weber is stuck behind too many other D.

Gomez is obviously a difficult trade, but even if we don't.. wow, if he isn't the best 4th line center in the league i don't know what to say.

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I would not trade him in a million years, not even for Columbus or Edmonton's first round draft pick this season which might land Yakupov or Grigorenko, the reason is because goalies like Price come once every 5 years or more, and there is no way your getting anywhere fast by trading him away.
I would- and the NHL is full of good goalies- Price is just one of them

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if we need to rebuild then we need to keep moen. when we had the talent we didn't have the complementary players, now that we have the framework for a good team we shouldn't blow it up. swap in a piece here, out one there.

Plekanec: on a team that isn't mtl, he'd get selke talk.
Moen: more big bodies that can play mean the big bodies that can rly play don't get targeted.
Desharnais: he's a powerforward.
Kostitsyn: the only thing not to like is how badly he's been abused by fans and management.
Diaz: solid.

those are the ones that people want to get rid of for no apparent reason (read, good return.. but there is a reason they would have good return). alongside the untouchables (Price, Subban, Pacioretty, Eller) and the core (Cole, Gorges, Markov, Gionta) we also have the decent role players: Gill, Gomez, Nokelainen, Blunden, Campoli, Kaberle, Weber.

out of all these players the only ones we should be talking about moving are Gill, Campoli, and Weber. Gill's time is up with us, Campoli isn't the answer, and Weber is stuck behind too many other D.

Gomez is obviously a difficult trade, but even if we don't.. wow, if he isn't the best 4th line center in the league i don't know what to say.
if you can get a 2nd or 3rd then i say Sayonara !!

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If it wasn't for injuries, our 4th line going into this season would have been

Moen-Betts-White

But two of them were and are still injured - and one of them is not even more a Hab. And Moen is playing on the third line.

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if we need to rebuild then we need to keep moen. when we had the talent we didn't have the complementary players, now that we have the framework for a good team we shouldn't blow it up. swap in a piece here, out one there.

Plekanec: on a team that isn't mtl, he'd get selke talk.
Moen: more big bodies that can play mean the big bodies that can rly play don't get targeted.
Desharnais: he's a powerforward.
Kostitsyn: the only thing not to like is how badly he's been abused by fans and management.
Diaz: solid.

those are the ones that people want to get rid of for no apparent reason (read, good return.. but there is a reason they would have good return). alongside the untouchables (Price, Subban, Pacioretty, Eller) and the core (Cole, Gorges, Markov, Gionta) we also have the decent role players: Gill, Gomez, Nokelainen, Blunden, Campoli, Kaberle, Weber.

out of all these players the only ones we should be talking about moving are Gill, Campoli, and Weber. Gill's time is up with us, Campoli isn't the answer, and Weber is stuck behind too many other D.

Gomez is obviously a difficult trade, but even if we don't.. wow, if he isn't the best 4th line center in the league i don't know what to say.
With Gill and Campoli gone, Weber is no more stucked in the depth chart.

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But two of them were and are still injured - and one of them is not even more a Hab. And Moen is playing on the third line.
I kno, but I was just thinking out loud, that would have been a sick 4th line, on paper atleast.

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You will never get a 1st round draft pick for anyone for Moen and/or Gill, remember, Gill was traded for a 7th round draft pick from Toronto to Pittsburgh and Moen is young but this is a contract year and he is playing above average.

If we get a prospect and 2nd round pick for both, I am happy.

WE NEED TO RE-BUILD THIS TEAM.
Gill was traded for a 2nd and 4th to Pittsburgh, he wasn't traded for a 7th.

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Moen is on the Blues's list actually and Gill is rumored for Pittsburgh. (ElK)

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The one thing over looked in Moen's game is that he is a very good skater. There are tough guys in the NHL, but Moen is a semi-tough guy who can really skate

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