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07-24-2012, 03:48 AM
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Delisle?

What kind of prospect is Delisle? Is he some AHL filler or does he have potential upside?

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pretty much crap, weakest prospect in blue jackets weak prospect pool. He was basically a player dump.

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pretty much crap, weakest prospect in blue jackets weak prospect pool. He was basically a player dump.
When we "lost" Erixon we needed some AHL depth, ESP as Big Mac is out for a while
Logical move
Funny, my Dad ( former NHL scout) and brother (SEL GM) both argued the other day if Erixon had the goods to make it in the future in the NHL. They were undecidedly not in agreement. Interesting discussion though...
CT d looks like this now:

Redden
Parlett
Versace
Collins
Delisle
Pyett
McIllraith (inj)
Niemi echl?

Big changes from last year.
We need a scoring replacement for Wellman still...

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Contract dump, avg. ECHLer. Yay.

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Well we did get Rick Nash, I don't think we would be so lucky as to get a McDonagh-type as a throw in for a second time. Lol.

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There was talk that Jackets would've been over the limit (contracts) and had to send someone our way. That might be the reason Delisle was included.

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Big kid with below average mobility, but he makes up for it with very good positioning and solid stick work. He reads the play very well. If his feet could catch up to his head, he might be a bottom-pairing guy someday. He lost most of his first year to an injury, so we'll see how he goes.

Hartford's D took a pretty big hit with this deal. Hopefully Parlett can rebound from a poor season. Still have hope that he can be a reliable call-up.

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07-24-2012, 09:46 AM
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When we "lost" Erixon we needed some AHL depth, ESP as Big Mac is out for a while
Logical move
Funny, my Dad ( former NHL scout) and brother (SEL GM) both argued the other day if Erixon had the goods to make it in the future in the NHL. They were undecidedly not in agreement. Interesting discussion though...
CT d looks like this now:

Redden
Parlett
Versace
Collins
Delisle
Pyett
McIllraith (inj)
Niemi echl?

Big changes from last year.
We need a scoring replacement for Wellman still...
that... doesn't look very promising...

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that... doesn't look very promising...
The the guys we drafted the past two years should help if they keep developing, but this year we might see how good Talbot is if he has resigned.

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I'll admit that when I saw the name, the first thought that came to mind was "Who?" and I'm a CBJ fan. He was WAY down on the depth chart.

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imagine if we signed Schultz

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I'll admit that when I saw the name, the first thought that came to mind was "Who?" and I'm a CBJ fan. He was WAY down on the depth chart.
Same here...and I still say "who"....actually makes it the best part of the trade as I can't miss someone I never knew.

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injury issues, marginal player. average junior player, good in the ECHL but that doesn't mean too much. wouldn't ever expect him to play in the NHL.

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If there are compliance buyouts in the new CBA, Redden will be gone. If the players are locked out and it drags into October, will Redden still play in Hartford? Would the Rangers allow it? Would the league? I can't see it happening. It's quite possible Redden has played his last game for Hartford.

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If there are compliance buyouts in the new CBA, Redden will be gone. If the players are locked out and it drags into October, will Redden still play in Hartford? Would the Rangers allow it? Would the league? I can't see it happening. It's quite possible Redden has played his last game for Hartford.
If there's a lockout, Redden isn't allowed to play in the AHL, since he has a one way contract (there's no way to send him through waivers if there's a lockout). On the other hand, if there is a lockout, it will be easy to find defensemen who are allowed to play in the AHL (Bell for example) so I'm sure they can find a way to improve the blue line down there.

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wouldn't his one way contract keep him in the AHL though? if i'm sather, i don't use that buyout on redden. redden's making a lot of money but most everyone in the organization agrees that he's very valuable in CT and god knows the dolans have the money. i'd try to save it for one of these guys who we might REALLY need it for one day.

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wouldn't his one way contract keep him in the AHL though? if i'm sather, i don't use that buyout on redden. redden's making a lot of money but most everyone in the organization agrees that he's very valuable in CT and god knows the dolans have the money. i'd try to save it for one of these guys who we might REALLY need it for one day.
Only reason to is if AHL salary (or a portion of it) counts against the cap in the new CBA. Which is rumored.

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wouldn't his one way contract keep him in the AHL though? if i'm sather, i don't use that buyout on redden. redden's making a lot of money but most everyone in the organization agrees that he's very valuable in CT and god knows the dolans have the money. i'd try to save it for one of these guys who we might REALLY need it for one day.
Redden is currently on the Rangers' roster, his salary counts against the (summer) cap. The only way he can play in Hartford is if he sent through waivers once training camp starts. That's why he can't play in Hartford if there is a lockout.

After the lockout in 2004-5, teams had the opportunity to buyout players--but there was a very short window (a couple of weeks if I remember correctly). I see no reason why it would be any different this time, if allowed at all.

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