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Plekanec, Eller & DD

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12-17-2012, 08:10 PM
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Plekanec, Eller & DD

With Galchenyuk coming into his own quite well and quite possibly becoming something pretty special in the NHL(If he chooses to play centre as opposed to the wing on which he currently resides), Montreal day in and day out are faced with... Who leaves, and what do each of these individuals bring home if traded out of the franchise?

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12-17-2012, 08:17 PM
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Probably whichever one costs the most/can bring us back the greatest asset.

We'll cross that bridge when it comes.

However, I see Chicago getting Pleks. They have the pieces, the need and they're in the west.

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I hope Plekanec retires as a Habs.

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12-17-2012, 08:49 PM
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I would trade DD before Pleks and Eller. I really think eller can become a really good 2nd line center but I feel that DD is just too small for the center position I wouldn't mind trading him but I would like to see him play winger...it's not like he's going to lose his playmaking abilities and I think his skills are best suited for the wing.

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I hope Plekanec retires as a Habs.
Highly Unlikely.

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Probably whichever one costs the most/can bring us back the greatest asset.

We'll cross that bridge when it comes.

However, I see Chicago getting Pleks. They have the pieces, the need and they're in the west.
And they probably have a good connection with Marc Bergevin, + Gauthier work now for chicago

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With Galchenyuk coming into his own quite well and quite possibly becoming something pretty special in the NHL
You're basing this off of... what, exactly? His overage OHL year?

OHL overage year:

57 regular season games played
57 goals
88 assists
145 points

19 playoff games played
10 goals
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47 points

- Rob Schremp

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You're basing this off of... what, exactly? His overage OHL year?

OHL overage year:

57 regular season games played
57 goals
88 assists
145 points

19 playoff games played
10 goals
37 assists
47 points

- Rob Schremp
Galchenyuk wants to and willingly plays a pros game which is what you need if you want to play in the NHL unlike the guy you compare him to.

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You're basing this off of... what, exactly? His overage OHL year?

OHL overage year:

57 regular season games played
57 goals
88 assists
145 points

19 playoff games played
10 goals
37 assists
47 points

- Rob Schremp
Nope. Look again. The season after Schremp was drafted he put up about a point and a half a game.

Galchenyuk is putting up about two points per game.

Schremp was also in terrible physical condition, was an awful skater, and a detrimental defensive player. None of those things can be said about Galchenyuk who has all of the other tools you can think of to go along with his offensive ability.

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What about trading Galchenyuk instead? So we dont have the trouble to make room for him on the lineup.

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What about trading Galchenyuk instead? So we dont have the trouble to make room for him on the lineup.
package him with carey price and we'll trade you bryan little.

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package him with carey price and we'll trade you bryan little.
Negotiable?

I decline your present offer

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package him with carey price and we'll trade you bryan little.
Win!

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Negotiable?

I decline your present offer
what are you talking about? Decline? pfffft. You'll take the deal and thank me for getting that much. I'm trading you a legit top line fwd for an unproven prospect and an overpaid goalie that has accomplished nothing in his career.

Decline indeed.

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Montreal should keep Plekanec and Eller and either trade DD or move him to wing if he can play there. Keep the better players, roll 3 good centers, and ease Galchenyuk into the NHL in a sheltered role.

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Galchenyuk wants to and willingly plays a pros game which is what you need if you want to play in the NHL unlike the guy you compare him to.
You think Rob Schremp didn't want to play a pro game? He was just in hockey because it was fun?

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Nope. Look again. The season after Schremp was drafted he put up about a point and a half a game.

Galchenyuk is putting up about two points per game.

Schremp was also in terrible physical condition, was an awful skater, and a detrimental defensive player. None of those things can be said about Galchenyuk who has all of the other tools you can think of to go along with his offensive ability.
Right, his 2.5ppg year was when he was 20, my bad.. Even so, 30 games in the OHL at age 19 is not nearly enough to say anything definitively.. Let alone because of loose narratives like "has all the tools"..

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What about trading Galchenyuk instead? So we dont have the trouble to make room for him on the lineup.
Yes because Galchenyuk will not be better than any of the centers we have on this roster.

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You think Rob Schremp didn't want to play a pro game? He was just in hockey because it was fun?


Right, his 2.5ppg year was when he was 20, my bad.. Even so, 30 games in the OHL at age 19 is not nearly enough to say anything definitively.. Let alone because of loose narratives like "has all the tools"..
don't forget that galchenyuk missed all the last season so it is like if he had the experience of a 17 years old player.

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what are you talking about? Decline? pfffft. You'll take the deal and thank me for getting that much. I'm trading you a legit top line fwd for an unproven prospect and an overpaid goalie that has accomplished nothing in his career.

Decline indeed.
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------> Saad - Teravainen/Clendening - Johns
----> Plekanec

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12-18-2012, 07:59 AM
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------> Saad - Teravainen/Clendening - Johns
----> Plekanec
Teravainen, Saad and your first for plekanec I'd do it

Edit: I really Like teravainen and our head scout did as well so I think it be a good fit

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12-18-2012, 08:42 AM
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I would trade DD before Pleks and Eller. I really think eller can become a really good 2nd line center but I feel that DD is just too small for the center position I wouldn't mind trading him but I would like to see him play winger...it's not like he's going to lose his playmaking abilities and I think his skills are best suited for the wing.


If someone needs to be moved to wing, coaching staff/management think it will be Eller not DD, they seemed to have already told Eller he might have to play LW.

http://www.montrealgazette.com/sport...943/story.html


Personally I think someone is going to be moved, out of DD/Plek/Eller, but no need to rush the decision until Gally is ready to play centre, who I picture starting his NHL career at LW.

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Keep them all. It's not like the Habs are going to be pushed into making a decision anytime soon. Galchenyuk is probably a few years away from being an NHL center, and a lot could happen in the meantime (including him not even ending up as a center).

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Negotiable?

I decline your present offer
What are you talking about, Habs take that and run.

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