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03-12-2013, 12:52 PM
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Coburn can play both sides of the ice. He also skates like the wind. He has a modified NTC but if the Flyers continue to struggle I wouldn't mind moving him for the right price. He is a lefty but still a hell of a pick up for a team at the deadline.

1st + Matt Finn.

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Coburn can play both sides of the ice. He also skates like the wind. He has a modified NTC but if the Flyers continue to struggle I wouldn't mind moving him for the right price. He is a lefty but still a hell of a pick up for a team at the deadline.

1st + Matt Finn.
as long as that first is top 10 protected then i would do it.

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Coburn can play both sides of the ice. He also skates like the wind. He has a modified NTC but if the Flyers continue to struggle I wouldn't mind moving him for the right price. He is a lefty but still a hell of a pick up for a team at the deadline.

1st + Matt Finn.
Matt Finn's knees have exploded and 1sts are overrated. How about Komisarek + 4th? Benn was drafted in the 4th round and both of Komi's knees are fine, totally a better deal

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as long as that first is top 10 protected then i would do it.
I honestly wouldn't do that. It would be a first regardless of where you pick, the team is currently sitting 5th in the East and 6th overall in the NHL. I don't think we would give you the option there of protecting the pick honestly.

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I honestly wouldn't do that. It would be a first regardless of where you pick, the team is currently sitting 5th in the East and 6th overall in the NHL. I don't think we would give you the option there of protecting the pick honestly.
If we didn't collapse as hard as last year, i wouldn't consider it either. how about top 10 protected for 2013, if we do collapse you get our 2014 first round pick

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If we didn't collapse as hard as last year, i wouldn't consider it either. how about top 10 protected for 2013, if we do collapse you get our 2014 first round pick
I still think it has to be this years or no deal. I don't think this would cause the two teams from dealing either. Especially if we get closer to the deadline and you can see how your team sits with about 15 to go.

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Coburn can play both sides of the ice. He also skates like the wind. He has a modified NTC but if the Flyers continue to struggle I wouldn't mind moving him for the right price. He is a lefty but still a hell of a pick up for a team at the deadline.

1st + Matt Finn.
Yea but Carlyle doesn't play them on both sides, he only plays LHD on the left side, and RHD on the right side lol.

If he was a RHD, I may do this trade.

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Coburn can play both sides of the ice. He also skates like the wind. He has a modified NTC but if the Flyers continue to struggle I wouldn't mind moving him for the right price. He is a lefty but still a hell of a pick up for a team at the deadline.

1st + Matt Finn.
How about no.

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How about no.
Amazing input on your part.

EDIT: Instead of just saying "how about no" you can give a little insight why you don't like the trade? Coburn, if made available, would fetch a good return at the deadline. Top 4 defenders always fetch a big return at the deadline.

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