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03-07-2013, 11:05 PM
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No offense intended, but no interest in this from Sharks. We would likely have to compliance buyout Gionta next year to get under the cap. His recent production is not worth his 5M salary. No interest in more defense, we have 8 now and more on the way from the A.

Eller would interest us greatly. Something around Clowe + Galiardi or Clowe + a conditional pick (2nd?) would be fantastic from a Sharks viewpoint. Not sure what it would take from Montreal's viewpoint. Probably more than we would afford.
No interest in trading Eller plus Clowe is UFA.


Janssen could be a good add and Carkner playing in place of Bouillon 1 game out of 2.

Habs would suddenly looks a lot more tough.

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03-07-2013, 11:06 PM
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what about steve downie? pretty physical and has alot
of grit. anybody have the same opinion?

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03-07-2013, 11:11 PM
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No interest in trading Eller plus Clowe is UFA.


Janssen could be a good add and Carkner playing in place of Bouillon 1 game out of 2.

Habs would suddenly looks a lot more tough.
yea i agree, Janssen and carkner would be great adds.

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03-07-2013, 11:50 PM
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No interest in trading Eller plus Clowe is UFA.


Janssen could be a good add and Carkner playing in place of Bouillon 1 game out of 2.

Habs would suddenly looks a lot more tough.
Carkner is paid 1.5M$ for 3 years, no thanks he's not good enough to warrant a spot on the D, Janssen is not NHL material anymore.

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what about steve downie? pretty physical and has alot
of grit. anybody have the same opinion?
Steve Downie is injured and won't play again this season. Love him though.

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03-08-2013, 12:15 AM
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Carkner is paid 1.5M$ for 3 years, no thanks he's not good enough to warrant a spot on the D, Janssen is not NHL material anymore.
im sure Janssen would be better than Armstrong and Moen for
our 4th line tho. we don't need someone thats there to make points.
we need someone thats physical, who skates fast and that can fight
at a decent size. Moen and Armstrong don't have enough physicality
and grit to their game anymore.. they both look like a bag of patatoes
when they hit or get hit. and they never defend their teammates..
Janssen maybe not good to put points on the boards but **** does
he hit and fight. hes fast for a heavyweight also. hes the perfect fit.
and the good thing is that he's cheap, we barely need to give anything
great to get him

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03-08-2013, 12:34 AM
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im sure Janssen would be better than Armstrong and Moen for
our 4th line tho. we don't need someone thats there to make points.
we need someone thats physical, who skates fast and that can fight
at a decent size. Moen and Armstrong don't have enough physicality
and grit to their game anymore.. they both look like a bag of patatoes
when they hit or get hit. and they never defend their teammates..
Janssen maybe not good to put points on the boards but **** does
he hit and fight. hes fast for a heavyweight also. hes the perfect fit.
and the good thing is that he's cheap, we barely need to give anything
great to get him
I think you are talking about the former Cam Jannsen when he was an NHL goon, he's not anymore, he was waived and nobody took him, he's realy bad now. Every team in the league would pick up Moen if he was on waiver.

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I think you are talking about the former Cam Jannsen when he was an NHL goon, he's not anymore, he was waived and nobody took him, he's realy bad now. Every team in the league would pick up Moen if he was on waiver.
well iv'e seen him last year and he made some good hits.
played intense and fought well. i just think there's no place
on the devils roster for him since they have enough big players
to defend themselves and their teamates already, unlike the canadiens.
also i was looking quick and maybe Bernier to would be interesting to get.
if we can get Bernier and Janssen for Moen + weber + 6th rounder.

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03-08-2013, 04:20 AM
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I'd hate to see this toughness to Montreal die.
It will never till they stop getting beat-up.

It's funny seeing them at the Top of East right now, they're like the best nerd of the class getting straight "A"s but keep getting their heads handed to them by the class bully. Yet the class bully get straight "A"s too so you can't take the results as revenge. Sometime, some way, that nerd needs to strike back.

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First they need Matt Martin to replace Colby Armstrong and then Bryan Boyle replacing Moen.

But if they really want to be a tough team to match the Bruins, they would have to get rid of DD, Plekanec and Gionta. Now I like DD and Plek, but when you go to war, you can't have ANY physical weaknesses.

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First they need Matt Martin to replace Colby Armstrong and then Bryan Boyle replacing Moen.

But if they really want to be a tough team to match the Bruins, they would have to get rid of DD, Plekanec and Gionta. Now I like DD and Plek, but when you go to war, you can't have ANY physical weaknesses.
Yeah because the Bruins don't have Seguin, Krejci, Kelly, Peverley in their lineup. Oh and Matt Martin will not be traded. If he's traded we will get fleeced.

Bryan Boyle is softer/worst than Moen, sorry.

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First they need Matt Martin to replace Colby Armstrong and then Bryan Boyle replacing Moen.

But if they really want to be a tough team to match the Bruins, they would have to get rid of DD, Plekanec and Gionta. Now I like DD and Plek, but when you go to war, you can't have ANY physical weaknesses.
We would have to trade 10 guys for us not to have any physical weaknesses. We need one guy who can easily take Thornton and Mcqauid. The Bruins will not want to use Chara and Lucic for losing them off the ice and fear of injury. A coupla of other support guys who can fight and play and things will settle down.

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Yeah because the Bruins don't have Seguin, Krejci, Kelly, Peverley in their lineup. Oh and Matt Martin will not be traded. If he's traded we will get fleeced.
Doesn't matter. And Martin can be traded, he's not worth that much and it's a weak team.

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Bryan Boyle is softer/worst than Moen, sorry.
Not from what i've seen in the playoffs last year. His edge over Moen is his size and he's a big center for the 4th line.

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03-08-2013, 06:03 PM
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We would have to trade 10 guys for us not to have any physical weaknesses. We need one guy who can easily take Thornton and Mcqauid. The Bruins will not want to use Chara and Lucic for losing them off the ice and fear of injury. A coupla of other support guys who can fight and play and things will settle down.
We probably can trade 10 guys, not in one season though.

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Doesn't matter. And Martin can be traded, he's not worth that much and it's a weak team.



Not from what i've seen in the playoffs last year. Big, mean and he's a center to boot. Perfect 4th line center.
Boyle is not mean and is one of the worst fighter I never seen. Think of a 2x worst Hall Gill

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I would love both Martin and Carkner...Carkner being in a limited role. We have many draft pics and some spare parts...I Would send Weber and a 3rd for both players...it really does address a need...Martin is not a heavyweight but very game he reminds me a lot of Prust.

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Patrick Bordeleau, is that name rings a bell to anybody?
He's 6"6 225pds fought his way to the nhl, grew up a habs fan, he will be ufa this summer but can Prust wait that long?
Depends how much would the avs. asked but i would throw a line

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I threw a few names here:

Moen Disappoints, Habs Left Looking for Toughness

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Doesn't matter. And Martin can be traded, he's not worth that much and it's a weak team.



Not from what i've seen in the playoffs last year. His edge over Moen is his size and he's a big center for the 4th line.
Boyle may be big but I agree he's way too soft. Moen might have lost some sandpaper but he's still a whole lot grittier than Boyle.

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