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03-02-2013, 01:18 AM
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03-02-2013, 01:20 AM
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This is assuming Alfie comes back for one more year. I can see us making a push for him to get the cup, and we don't really lose out on long term.

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03-02-2013, 01:20 AM
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Ya but but, the Canadians were his favorite team growing up, so thats where he is going.

Can you please show me where he says this? "I want to return home and play for a team there, not just live there in the off season, ect", and I will not play in any other city because I be from Canada!"
Ok then why would he leave California ??The Sens have tons of cap,a young emerging team, and as a added bonus he will be close to his family


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03-02-2013, 01:23 AM
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Desharnais
Leblanc
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Moen
Anaheim's 2nd

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Perry (signed)
First, sign and trades are almost nonexistent in the NHL. If we are in the Perry hunt, we have to accept the same risk Pittsburgh and New Jersey did. Second, I think Anaheim would want the center with more potential: Eller fits that bill. If we can do Desharnais instead, by all means.

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03-02-2013, 01:23 AM
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Just gauging interest, I don't think the Rangers have an expendable roster player that'll make it worth Anaheim's while to trade Perry, but Kreider is a very attractive piece. It pains me to think about trading him, but, damn, it's Corey Perry. If the option is available, the Rangers HAVE to consider it.

Honestly, I think Anaheim could get a better roster player, so I don't think this is a deal that makes much sense. Nice to think about, though, for Ranger fans at least.

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03-02-2013, 01:24 AM
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Next man up, and i love how you guys are acting as if it's a foregone conclusion Perry leaves, based on a bogus topic yesterday when literally no information about negotiations has been leaked anywhere
Again, how can you be the one that is so sure? All you have is that, "there is no way he is traded while the team is in 2nd place." That statement is pulled out of no where (wishful thinking). But the FACT he is a UFA is absolute, you can not deny that. So the speculation that you might be left with "fond memories after this season is completely valid/plausible.

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03-02-2013, 01:25 AM
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Again, how can you be the one that is so sure? All you have is that, "there is no way he is traded while the team is in 2nd place." That statement is pulled out of no where (wishful thinking). But the FACT he is a UFA is absolute, you can not deny that. So the speculation that you might be left with "fond memories after this season is completely valid/plausible.
He wont be a pen :

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Desharnais
Leblanc
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Moen
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Perry (signed)
no thanks. dont want that for an unsigned perry.
the little 5'7 winger and a really late first and leblanc (who i'm not too fond of as a prospect. mediocre prospect)

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03-02-2013, 01:28 AM
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Again, how can you be the one that is so sure? All you have is that, "there is no way he is traded while the team is in 2nd place." That statement is pulled out of no where (wishful thinking). But the FACT he is a UFA is absolute, you can not deny that. So the speculation that you might be left with "fond memories after this season is completely valid/plausible.
ah but you guys can pull made up quotes by bob mckenzie from anywhere to suit your arguments? sure seems fair doesn't it

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03-02-2013, 01:32 AM
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Ok then why would he leave California ??The Sens have tons of cap, the young emerging team, and as a added bonus he will be close to his family
Answer my original question.

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Show me this statement of his, and how he will only play there and no where else.

And for your bonuses on the Sens....cap space (Penguins have that), young emerging team (no not the Penguins ), close to his family ( well a flight is not far at all from Pittsburgh). That case of yours is not really that solid as you might think. Oh and a added bonus, Mario is here, you know his favorite player as a kid.

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03-02-2013, 01:36 AM
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Answer my original question.

You said...



Show me this statement of his, and how he will only play there and no where else.

And for your bonuses on the Sens....cap space (Penguins have that), young emerging team (no not the Penguins ), close to his family ( well a flight is not far at all from Pittsburgh). That case of yours is not really that solid as you might think. Oh and a added bonus, Mario is here, you know his favorite player as a kid.
In a trade Ottawa can go much higher than the pens ,in terms of Prospects and picks not to mention player salary,so iam sure Pittsburg will be out of it early

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03-02-2013, 01:40 AM
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I know there is no way he gets traded within the division, but from a value standpoint:


Corey Perry


Dan Boyle
Ryane Clowe
Matt Irwin
2012 SJS 2nd

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03-02-2013, 01:44 AM
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ah but you guys can pull made up quotes by bob mckenzie from anywhere to suit your arguments? sure seems fair doesn't it
Again, I'm going on the FACT that he is NOT signed, he IS a UFA, the Ducks have to think about Getzlaf, my lord this is a trade rumor/free agent talk is it not? Is this not a perfect example as to what a GOOD topic would be in a message board?

But please continue to shrug aside any talk of this just because you deem it all invalid because of some statements made by a legit hockey reporter that does have a understanding/grasp of this league. Get a grip.

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03-02-2013, 01:49 AM
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Well if he doesn't re-sign with the Ducks, for me he is going to either MTL,OTT, or Toronto, and maybe Det.

I have read that he likes his privacy, but if that is the case, why not re-sign with the Ducks. Also read that he wants to come closer to home, to have his family he him play more often. If Det moves to the east, and it being close to his hometown, they can be option, but I think if he doesn't re-sign, its down to those 3 Canadian teams, hope we get him, and if not, he better stay out west.

Edit: Image the leafs somehow get Getzlaf and Habs get Perry

JVR-Getzlaf-Kessel vs Pacioretty-Galchenyuk-Perry

*dreaminggggg
This interesting where did you read that??

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Again, I'm going on the FACT that he is NOT signed, he IS a UFA, the Ducks have to think about Getzlaf, my lord this is a trade rumor/free agent talk is it not? Is this not a perfect example as to what a GOOD topic would be in a message board?

But please continue to shrug aside any talk of this just because you deem it all invalid because of some statements made by a legit hockey reporter that does have a understanding/grasp of this league. Get a grip.
how is it a good topic, with little in the way of facts, and almost 100% speculation? since when is doug maclean a respected insider who then tried to back off his statement?

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Again, I'm going on the FACT that he is NOT signed, he IS a UFA, the Ducks have to think about Getzlaf, my lord this is a trade rumor/free agent talk is it not? Is this not a perfect example as to what a GOOD topic would be in a message board?

But please continue to shrug aside any talk of this just because you deem it all invalid because of some statements made by a legit hockey reporter that does have a understanding/grasp of this league. Get a grip.
And again Pittsburg will be outbid by other teams, they are in a win now mode.Iggy is a better option for them

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how is it a good topic, with little in the way of facts, and almost 100% speculation? since when is doug maclean a respected insider who then tried to back off his statement?
How is it not? Is a trade not possible because of certain situations (stated above), this is not 100% speculation, he is a UFA, Getzlaf is a factor for the ducks as well, the Ducks run the risk of loosing him for nothing come this off season. That is all fact, you can not deny any of that. And when one takes all of that into account as well as reading what Bob Mckenzie (who I was referring to) how if he were to speculate, read the tea leaves, he thinks Perry will get traded before the deadline. So pal, I was not talking about Maclean, and again you can not just conveniently dismiss this topic off as laughable no matter how much you want to keep your head in the sand and ignore the reality that is around.

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And again Pittsburg will be outbid by other teams, they are in a win now mode.Iggy is a better option for them
I'm not going back and forth with you any longer.


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Tom Sesito for Perry and cond 7th

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How is it not? Is a trade not possible because of certain situations (stated above), this is not 100% speculation, he is a UFA, Getzlaf is a factor for the ducks as well, the Ducks run the risk of loosing him for nothing come this off season. That is all fact, you can not deny any of that.
Truth, but the fact that the Ducks are currently running away with their division halfway through the season means that, more than likely, they'll run the risk of losing him in exchange for a potentially long playoff run - just look at last year, Parise wasn't traded like many people tried to convince themselves of happening, and instead, the Devils held onto him and they came within two games of winning the cup.

The Ducks, as of now, appear to be a contender for the cup. Fact: trading Perry hurts those current chances of winning a cup, and it's a huge factor in whether or not Perry will be traded. No doubt, they'll explore the option, and should they completely fall apart by the trade deadline, it wouldn't surprise me to see him moved - but, in this current situation, I'd say that Anaheim holds onto him. This isn't a Kovalchuk or Hossa situation, where it was either lose the player or get a return - no chance of a playoff run forced their hands.

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I'm not going back and forth with you any longer.
Fair enough


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Truth, but the fact that the Ducks are currently running away with their division halfway through the season means that, more than likely, they'll run the risk of losing him in exchange for a potentially long playoff run - just look at last year, Parise wasn't traded like many people tried to convince themselves of happening, and instead, the Devils held onto him and they came within two games of winning the cup.

The Ducks, as of now, appear to be a contender for the cup. Fact: trading Perry hurts those current chances of winning a cup, and it's a huge factor in whether or not Perry will be traded. No doubt, they'll explore the option, and should they completely fall apart by the trade deadline, it wouldn't surprise me to see him moved - but, in this current situation, I'd say that Anaheim holds onto him. This isn't a Kovalchuk or Hossa situation, where it was either lose the player or get a return - no chance of a playoff run forced their hands.
Someone actually gets it

On top of this, for a team like Anaheim, a deep playoff run has huge financial benefits, something else that is important for us.

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Someone actually gets it

On top of this, for a team like Anaheim, a deep playoff run has huge financial benefits, something else that is important for us.
Yeah, I actually thought of that aspect right after I posted that.

Each playoff game is a boatload of money going to Ducks' management - especially if they make it deep.

Think about this: the more money management makes from Ducks' playoffs games, the more money they'll be able to offer to Perry.

A simple aspect of this whole topic that may be overlooked by many.

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Someone actually gets it

On top of this, for a team like Anaheim, a deep playoff run has huge financial benefits, something else that is important for us.
Yep agreed ,if he does get moved it will be at ANA,s choosing before july 1st.And possibly after

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Can I have a scouting report on Perry? I know he is a great player, but I don't know what kind of player he is. What's his moves, his best strength, his downside.

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