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11-11-2012, 06:55 PM
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Trade Period Opens.....? Who's buying, who's selling?

I'm hoping the NHL lockout lasts until the deadline so that the Seadogs can get something for Huberdeau, but who else do we expect to be moving round the league, & where?

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I really have no Idea what the Rocket will do if they keep playing strong I think they will add but 1 thing is looking like Lagace will be traded. If we sell I could see Duffy goin to the Armada but who knows what Serge is thinking

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I really have no Idea what the Rocket will do if they keep playing strong I think they will add but 1 thing is looking like Lagace will be traded. If we sell I could see Duffy goin to the Armada but who knows what Serge is thinking
How much would he cost?

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The Wildcats will buy, Titan sell

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I really have no Idea what the Rocket will do if they keep playing strong I think they will add but 1 thing is looking like Lagace will be traded. If we sell I could see Duffy goin to the Armada but who knows what Serge is thinking
I think I'm going to stay put.

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How much would he cost?
Good player as a future... Two high picks, or a high pick and a 17/18yo right now...

Still not sure whether the Rocket will trade him....

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11-11-2012, 11:54 PM
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Guaranteed buyers:
Halifax (anything really. Any position or role would work with the way we role 3 powerful lines.. Tesink? Top 4 D is also a need)
Quebec (depends on lockout. If Grigs goes, then Danault becomes a serious need)
Blainville (great depth, defense and goaltending. A player like Huberdeau would make them unreal as they don't have a lot of big name offensive players)

These are no brainers

Most likely going to buy
Baie-Comeau
Rouyn
Both these teams have had great starts, and with the lack of true contenders after the big 3, it could be these two fighting with BLB and Quebec down the stretch... They have pieces and picks to trade now if they please...

Moncton - No team goes out and drafts a previous drafted euro in Jaskin to just be midpack... The trade for Narbonne supports this... Flynn is sold on contending, but the team needs to improve to make it worth-while.

On the fence
Rimouski
PEI
These two have good records, but they should focus more on the future... You could argue that you should make the most of Duffy and Currie while they are still here, but are you going to mortgage the future to contend? Rimouski's strong group of 95's lead me to believe Trainor or Oke could be moved at Christmas...

Victo - They have Danault who could really kick start a rebuild in a trade. They also have a winning record, and i'm not sure what the GM will do...

Val-d'Or - Still think they could be a surprise buyer and get Huberdeau.

You should sell
Teams where selling would make more sense

Bathurst - There's been a lot of hype around them, but it's not warranted, this season... They have a decent young team and things aren't clicking right now... Hynes has reportedly asked for a trade as LGM has taken his "C" away... The coaching is a mess, and the defense corps is not good and will burn too many assets to fix.

Gatineau - A lot of people were pegging them as a top team in pre-season, but injuries and a young core in general will push this team back towards next year and beyond... This team doesn't score much... They'll need more firepower upfront in the future...


Then there's teams like Drummonville, Chicoutimi, Cape Breton who won't do anything drastic, but will clearly be sellers. Sherbrooke and Shawi don't have much to give anyways...

Saint John will of course be selling, but they better hope for a year long lock-out.

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11-12-2012, 08:32 AM
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I think the PEI Rocket should be selling. They are a step behind Halifax, the Armada, Remparts, etc and need to beat those teams if wanting to make a serious run in the playoffs. The Rocket could always buy if wanting to make moves to compete with those teams but those teams are also likely going to ramp up at the trading period and if the Rocket were to buy, not sure if they would be able to move players and still be able to compete this season.

The one thing they can't do is stay pat. They have an opportunity to build well for the future and they should be doing it because as mentiond before they are a step behind the Halifax's, the Armada's and would be even further behind if the Rocket stood pat and those teams add. A few years ago the Sea Dogs were in a similar situation where they had a good team but weren't quite one of the top teams so they traded guys like Didmenico and Grant. For some people it was an unpopular move but we all saw the rewards they reaped the last 2 seasons from making those kinds of moves

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I have no idea of what hapen in the head of Roy.

Since he wins the Memorial Cup in 2006, he never go ahead for the cup and never sold. He do only the minimum to keep the team in the top 5 of the league year after year.

Each season we know that the Remparts will win the first round, have serious difficulties in second round and if he win the second round, the story end in the semi-final rapidly.

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I have no idea of what hapen in the head of Roy.

Since he wins the Memorial Cup in 2006, he never go ahead for the cup and never sold. He do only the minimum to keep the team in the top 5 of the league year after year.

Each season we know that the Remparts will win the first round, have serious difficulties in second round and if he win the second round, the story end in the semi-final rapidly.
I don't really know what you mean.. The Remparts won the Memorial Cup in 2006. In 2007 he didn't make many moves but acquired 19-year old dman Bezeau. In 2008 and 2009 they had a young core and wanted to develope from within. In 2010 they took a step back and traded Tessier ,Groulx, Gilbert,Hinse,Corriveau,St.Germain,Delmas and Tardif in which they're still benefiting from. Last season they went out and got 2 key players for their run in Gabriel Desjardins , Logan Shaw. Quebec is a big market team will lots of resources, they have had luck drafting and landing players which makes them fairly competitive every year. Some years it makes sense to add or subtract and other seasons it makes more sense to stay still.

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Halifax, they lack the players you win with.. The plugs.

QC, lack depth, might need another D.

BLB, JB is a quiet guy so you never know, but I'll bet he's looking for a big gun and maybe another D.

Moncton, they'll go for broke... They shouldn't but they will...

Selling
SJ
Shawi
Sherbrooke
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Buyers:
Halifax, they lack the players you win with.. The plugs.

QC, lack depth, might need another D.

BLB, JB is a quiet guy so you never know, but I'll bet he's looking for a big gun and maybe another D.

Moncton, they'll go for broke... They shouldn't but they will...

Selling
SJ
Shawi
Sherbrooke
PEI
Other than a top 4 Dman and depth , they need a top 6 center like Danault. Shea quit and Etchgary's injured.

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For the Remparts, this is the situation to make a champion team :

Duclair-Grigorenko-Kucherov
Erne-????????-Shaw
Houde-Poudrier (Etchegary in playoffs) -??????
Rioux-Walsh (Pourdrier in playoffs)-????????

Lefebvre-Carrier
Culkin-?????
MacIntyre-Gingras
Midensky

Brassard
Fortin

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They need a 2nd line center, a top 4 D and atleast 1 3rd liner.

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They need a 2nd line center, a top 4 D and atleast 1 3rd liner.
Yes.

The Remparts need the same thing that missing in 2005-2006 when we win the Memorial Cup.

In 2005-2006, the Remparts at the trade period gone for Aubin (2nd liner), Bergeron (top 4 D) and Robillard (3re liner).

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The Cape Breton/Rimouski trade was made official today and is now in the Q site. Jakub Culek to CB in exchange for a 4th and 9th round picks. Darveau is the likely player out of a spot and Rimouski does well for a player not even with the team. Win, win , hopefully he can bring the same as Straka in Baie Comeau.

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Sawyer Hannah wants another opportunity to play in this league so Halifax has him on the market. I could see him going to Saint John (Gagne,Durepos,McAuley) or Sherbrooke(Comtois,McNamee,Richer) after some off those 20's are sold at Christmas.

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The Cape Breton/Rimouski trade was made official today and is now in the Q site. Jakub Culek to CB in exchange for a 4th and 9th round picks. Darveau is the likely player out of a spot and Rimouski does well for a player not even with the team. Win, win , hopefully he can bring the same as Straka in Baie Comeau.
What do you mean he's not with his team ?

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What do you mean he's not with his team ?
Jakub Culek wasn't playing with Rimouski...

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Jakub Culek wasn't playing with Rimouski...
They opted to go with Bryukvin(definately mispelled) and Kostalek instead. It was because of the age factor.

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If Roy wants to be serious, Quebec should look like this after the trades:

Duclair - Grigorenko - Sorensen/Kucherov
Erne - Danault - Shaw
Houde - Poudrier(Etchegary) - Clarke
Bergeron - Walsh - Rioux

Lefebvre - Oligny
Carrier - Culkin
Gingras - Midensky

Brassard
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Bryukvin(definately mispelled)
Nope... It's funny, the only thing mispelled there is "Definitely"

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Danault
Want
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Clarke
Want
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Oligny
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All those pieces fit in Halifax too I don't think either team has a big advantage asset wise, so one is going to have to offer something spectacular, and outbid BLB in the process....

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All those pieces fit in Halifax too I don't think either team has a big advantage asset wise, so one is going to have to offer something spectacular, and outbid BLB in the process....
Well... BLB can't have Clarke so that's an advantage...

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Jakub Culek wasn't playing with Rimouski...
So they carried 3 euros ?

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