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07-28-2006, 05:38 PM
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Ducks look to deal Vishnevski after award

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/news_story/?ID=172635&hubname=

Sources tell TSN that the Ducks are actively trying to trade him. If there are no takers, Anaheim may walk away from the award

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id hope bob would make a pich for him . not very offense but hits pretty darn good .

id pay him that money

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really? for a HUGE 400 k reward?


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I find it strange that Brian Burke would trade this guy over 400,000 raise.

If he's available, I wouldn't mind seeing him in a Habs uni. Nothing fancy... he'd solidify our defence for sure.

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if we do trade for him could we sign him long term deal right way or do we have to wait ?


instead of his 1 year 1.5 could we offer him 3 instead ?

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Who would you bump from the current lineup for him?

And don't say Streit as I don't think this guy would be too happy to play 30 games a season...

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Who would you bump from the current lineup for him?

And don't say Streit as I don't think this guy would be too happy to play 30 games a season...
I don't know. All of our D-Men provide some offense except for Komisarek, who provides physicality.

This is tough.

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Sources tell TSN that the Ducks are actively trying to trade him. If there are no takers, Anaheim may walk away from the award
Trade him for streit keep him for a year

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2nd round pick??

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Who would you bump from the current lineup for him?

And don't say Streit as I don't think this guy would be too happy to play 30 games a season...

well good question . Vishnevski averaged about 16 minutes a game for the ducks.

82 games 1,346:54 mins >246:34 of it was on the penealty kill .he blocks alot of shots to

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Souray for Vishnevski + something?

If hes going to sign somewhere there after next season, why not?

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2nd round pick??

washington 3 rd rounder might do it

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I don't know if a 3rd, or even a 2nd would be enough... and IMO, if we trade for him, we'll have 7 NHL D... so who goes the other way ? Souray wouldn't be a bad idea, he would be in California after all... but Souray for Vishnevski +... what ?

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if we do trade for him could we sign him long term deal right way or do we have to wait ?


instead of his 1 year 1.5 could we offer him 3 instead ?
If the Ducks trade him before accepting the award, he can be signed for whatever we want

If the Ducks accept his award, he could only be signed to and extension after Jan. 1

but they only have 48h, it's their only arbitration

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Isn't Vishnevski pretty good? I thought he did well in the few Ducks playoffs games I saw. 1.55M$ seems reasonable too, I don't know why they would walk away?.


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I wouldn't give up anything more than a pick for him. 8 points in 82 games at $1.55m? Sure he's solid defensively, but that's a bit much IMO.

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Isn't Vishnevski pretty good? I thought he did well in the few Ducks playoffs games I saw. 1.55M$ seems reasonable too, I don't why they wopuld walk away?.
I guess they dont need other defencemen, when they have superstars Pronger, Niedermayer and Beauchemin.

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Isn't Vishnevski pretty good? I thought he did well in the few Ducks playoffs games I saw. 1.55M$ seems reasonable too, I don't why they wopuld walk away?.

who knows id surley pay him that cash but old burke does it his way

Pierre Gauthier our asst gm should know all about Vishnevski shouldnt he?

he was the team president 1998 -2002/03

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Souray for Vishnevski + something?

If hes going to sign somewhere there after next season, why not?
lol we have only 2 offensives defensemans, why we would lose one for a other defensive defenseman?

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by tsn he is ''career potential'' top four defenseman

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07-28-2006, 06:21 PM
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Pierre Gauthier who is now our asst gm will be lobbying bob hard to deal for Vishnevski if he is availalbe id think

listen to Pierre Gauthier talk about Vishnevski in dec 2000





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Mighty Ducks G.M. Pierre Gauthier says teams noticed Vishnevski right away. Gauthier began getting calls from opposing G.M.s at the trading deadline in March after Vishnevski had played in 20 NHL games.

"It surprised me a little that there was so much interest in a player with no experience," Gauthier says. "But I told them, `Don't waste your breath, this kid is going to be with our team for the next 12 years or so.'


"When you find a player opponents want on their side, you know you've come up with a cornerstone player."

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lol we have only 2 offensives defensemans, why we would lose one for a other defensive defenseman?
Markov should be our main gun at the point anyway ... and we will have Streit as backup.

We will likely lose Souray anyway next summer - while Vishnevski will be RFA.

Vishnevski can play physical defence much better without getting hurt all the time. Usually missing only few games (last season 82 games 196 hits).

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Pierre Gauthier who is now our asst gm will be lobbying bob hard to deal for Vishnevski if he is availalbe id think

listen to Pierre Gauthier talk about Vishnevski in dec 2000





http://www.findarticles.com/p/articl..._68504424/pg_2


Mighty Ducks G.M. Pierre Gauthier says teams noticed Vishnevski right away. Gauthier began getting calls from opposing G.M.s at the trading deadline in March after Vishnevski had played in 20 NHL games.

"It surprised me a little that there was so much interest in a player with no experience," Gauthier says. "But I told them, `Don't waste your breath, this kid is going to be with our team for the next 12 years or so.'


"When you find a player opponents want on their side, you know you've come up with a cornerstone player."
Good find... very interesting.

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if we do trade for him could we sign him long term deal right way or do we have to wait ?


instead of his 1 year 1.5 could we offer him 3 instead ?
No. Once the arbitration is done you are binded to the contract unless you let the player become UFA. January 1st we can start talking extension.

I'm gald to hear PG is high on the guy and hope he still is.

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