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06-02-2012, 12:23 PM
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Been taking some time off from the Boards lately but wanted to add my voice of approval on this move. Sulzer was a very positive addition esp. when paired with Erhroff.

I call them the Siegfred Line.

late to respond but still...... i wonder how many got that

anyways, great signing. almost nothing to loose with this deal, if ehrhoff and sulzer keep on their level of play we have imho a fine 3/4 pairing for ~5mil capspace plus what ehrhoff brings on the PP

and the great thing is we got that for minor assets (grags & 4th rounder)

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late to respond but still...... i wonder how many got that

anyways, great signing. almost nothing to loose with this deal, if ehrhoff and sulzer keep on their level of play we have imho a fine 3/4 pairing for ~5mil capspace plus what ehrhoff brings on the PP

and the great thing is we got that for minor assets (grags & 4th rounder)
Thanks. Maybe it would have helped if I spelled Siegfried correctly.

Then again, probably not.

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Thanks. Maybe it would have helped if I spelled Siegfried correctly.

Then again, probably not.
I got it, but I'm not allowed to laugh about it

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That must've made Gragnani the Maginot then... ineffective and easy to go around?

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That must've made Gragnani the Maginot then... ineffective and easy to go around?
the word that popped into my head was "obsolete" . wierd, he was kind of young..

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That must've made Gragnani the Maginot then... ineffective and easy to go around?
Very nicely done.

Hmmm...., older guys and Euro's. Interesting perspective on the state of american education?

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I got it, but I'm not allowed to laugh about it
That's rich!

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That must've made Gragnani the Maginot then... ineffective and easy to go around?
I got that when originally posted, and laughed.

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late to respond but still...... i wonder how many got that

anyways, great signing. almost nothing to loose with this deal, if ehrhoff and sulzer keep on their level of play we have imho a fine 3/4 pairing for ~5mil capspace plus what ehrhoff brings on the PP

and the great thing is we got that for minor assets (grags & 4th rounder)
But had to look up Siegfried line.

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Very nicely done.

Hmmm...., older guys and Euro's. Interesting perspective on the state of american education?


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