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02-08-2013, 02:39 PM
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02-08-2013, 02:40 PM
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Sounds good and we will just sign Iginla next year and not give up anything. We really don't need him. If you get more then a first round pick and a decent prospect ill be surprised.
Good luck with that every team says they will sign him.

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02-08-2013, 02:41 PM
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People mentioning Hamilton's name can't be serious. Wouldn't trade him for Iginla straight up. Also, Boston would have zero interest J-Bow.
I was suggesting that it would be Hamilton for Iginla + J-Bow.

Obviously Calgary wins long-term, but Boston wins big short-term. That's kinda how rentals work.

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02-08-2013, 02:42 PM
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Again thats great stats aren't any way to scout a prospect ask Ryan Howse.

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You realize we had the whl scoring leader before he is now in the echl, stats aren't the whole story with a prospect.
****, you're right. Lets just say because a prospect has lots of points he must suck because you dont hear about him a lot

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I was suggesting that it would be Hamilton for Iginla + J-Bow.

Obviously Calgary wins long-term, but Boston wins big short-term. That's kinda how rentals work.
Hamilton isn't going anywhere and we don't need JayBo and his cap hit. Boston in my opinion will only be interested in Iginla.

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****, you're right. Lets just say because a prospect has lots of points he must suck because you dont hear about him a lot
No but there is a vast difference between, wow this prospect has tons of points in the ohl playing with an expected first round pick this year lets make him the center piece for the deal around Iginla, and maybe he isn't as good as his stats don't want him as the centerpiece would still need another good piece for two.

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Boychuk and Kelly have no trades clauses. But assuming Iginla walks at the end of the year I bet he gets traded at the deadline. Boston doesn't really have a need for JayBo not to mention his 6.8 mil cap hit for next year when we need to resign keys players like Rask or even Horton. I really like Iginla he would look great in Boston. I rather get a rental player with a contract that's up at the end of the year. If Iginla comes to Boston and takes a home town discount then great keep him next year and that makes Horton expendable.

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That isn't nearly enough to get Iginla. If that was the best Calgary could do they're better off just keeping him.

I think the cost of Iginla woudl be something like

Khoklachev or Spooner
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02-08-2013, 02:47 PM
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Really don't want J-Bo. Guy has always been a loser IMO.

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I'd love to see Subban in the Flames system, if they were doing a rebuild. The Flames goalie prospects are intriguing but none of them are a blue chip like Subban. IMO you always take the highest quality, especially when it comes to goalies.

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I'd love to see Subban in the Flames system, if they were doing a rebuild. The Flames goalie prospects are intriguing but none of them are a blue chip like Subban. IMO you always take the highest quality, especially when it comes to goalies.
This would make no sense the one position we have alot of quality prospects at is goalie and you want the center piece of an Iginla deal to just add to that spot instead of help out the other areas?

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That isn't nearly enough to get Iginla. If that was the best Calgary could do they're better off just keeping him.

I think the cost of Iginla woudl be something like

Khoklachev or Spooner
Caron
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http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...ing-up-the-ohl it's safe to say this kid is better then Caron. I don't think this a bad deal for Calgary when Iginla is a FA next year.

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It would take Hamilton, Krecji, and 2013 1st to land them both I believe.
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Hamilton isn't going anywhere and we don't need JayBo and his cap hit. Boston in my opinion will only be interested in Iginla.
Okay... But the thread is specifically about Iginla + J-Bow. I'm saying that for that to happen Boston probably needs to give up Hamilton.

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This would make no sense the one position we have alot of quality prospects at is goalie and you want the center piece of an Iginla deal to just add to that spot instead of help out the other areas?
Subban has more promise than those guys to be a top goalie in the league. It's not a bad idea to hedge your bets when it comes to acquiring an elite goalie because it's such a valuable position. And if Subban pushes out the other guys, they'd all get a good trade return which would help out the other areas, and Calgary would be left with the best goalie.

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http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...ing-up-the-ohl it's safe to say this kid is better then Caron. I don't think this a bad deal for Calgary when Iginla is a FA next year.
There are plenty of players that have torn up juniors only to do nothing at the NHL level.

Calgary isn't going to be interested in Griffith and a second for Iginla.

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Both players not a fit there, really. But it would be just Iginla, not both, that would be moved.

Calgary would be asking for Boston's best prospect at the start. Hamilton?


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Subban has more promise than those guys to be a top goalie in the league. It's not a bad idea to hedge your bets when it comes to acquiring an elite goalie because it's such a valuable position. And if Subban pushes out the other guys, they'd all get a good trade return which would help out the other areas, and Calgary would be left with the best goalie.
Goalies are a total crap shot Subban was drafted higher but has no more guarantee to make the nhl than any of our goalies I would bet the chances that one of Gillies,Brossoit,Ortio,Irving,Ramo is able to become an nhl starter is higher than Subban, I would much rather get picks and prospects that aren't goalies and start to fill out the system with solid players instead of having one good position and having nothing every where else.

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Calgary has no incentive to give Boston it's two best players for the packages being suggested.

There just isn't a fit.

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http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...ing-up-the-ohl it's safe to say this kid is better then Caron. I don't think this a bad deal for Calgary when Iginla is a FA next year.
I feel it's only fair we add another player into the deal. Griffith and a 2nd seems like severe overpayment.

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Boychuk and Kelly have no trades clauses. But assuming Iginla walks at the end of the year I bet he gets traded at the deadline. Boston doesn't really have a need for JayBo not to mention his 6.8 mil cap hit for next year when we need to resign keys players like Rask or even Horton. I really like Iginla he would look great in Boston. I rather get a rental player with a contract that's up at the end of the year. If Iginla comes to Boston and takes a home town discount then great keep him next year and that makes Horton expendable.

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Greg Nemisz and a 2014 3rd for Nathan Horton.

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That's agreed but it would take one of Hamilton, Krejci or Marchand to even get the deal rolling. Bouwmeester is doing better this year and potential 3rd line prospects won't get Iginla. Maybe if Iggy demanded a trade but I don't see that happening. Boston doesn't have the pool, to acquire Iggy.

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That isn't nearly enough to get Iginla. If that was the best Calgary could do they're better off just keeping him.

I think the cost of Iginla woudl be something like

Khoklachev or Spooner
Caron
2013 or 2014 first round pick
That is an awful lot. That looks like it is more than Hossa or Kovalchuk were traded for and I don't think Iginla is at the peak of his career like those guys were when they got those deals at the deadline.

That might be what it takes but I don't think I would like to see the Bruins make that deal. There are other players who will be available.

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Boychuk and Kelly have no trades clauses. But assuming Iginla walks at the end of the year I bet he gets traded at the deadline. Boston doesn't really have a need for JayBo not to mention his 6.8 mil cap hit for next year when we need to resign keys players like Rask or even Horton. I really like Iginla he would look great in Boston. I rather get a rental player with a contract that's up at the end of the year. If Iginla comes to Boston and takes a home town discount then great keep him next year and that makes Horton expendable.

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Fine how about:


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Hamilton

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I hope for Calgary's fans sake Iginla is not trading....because I can for see a lot of jumping off cliffs if he actually is traded and they see he isn't worth nearly as much as they think he is.

Laughing at the fact that some people realistically think and expiring, 35 year old Jerome Iginla can fetch Dougie Hamilton in a trade.

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