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12-01-2013, 12:12 AM
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Martin Erat+Orlov for Kulikov

Discuss. I think its a good deal for both sides

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Washington has to add. Not a ton but they do need to add.

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Washington has to add. Not a ton but they do need to add.
3rd rounder? minor prospect?

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The value isn't far off but Florida could do better. Erat probably isn't a piece they're interested in.

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I think Florida is trying to get rid of the Erat types on their team. They probably look elsewhere to make a deal. I'd imagine someone like the Flyers would make a more substantial offer.

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I don't think Erat would waive NMC for Florida.

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I'd rather keep Orlov.

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I would think florida wants younger top6 talent for kulikov if they move him, since that is what we lack the most. I doubt erat and his contract is of any interest, despite the connection of him and horachek and santos

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More likely it would be Brouwer + Orlov for Kulikov. Tallon knows Brouwer from CHI so that would make sense and he's still in his prime.

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the caps want kulikov why?

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I'd rather keep Orlov.
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I don't think Erat would waive NMC for Florida.
Does he have to? Did the Caps agree to continue honoring his NMC after the trade from Nashville?

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Does he have to? Did the Caps agree to continue honoring his NMC after the trade from Nashville?
When GMGM was asked an NMC question at the presser, he didn't say it's no longer in effect so I think yes they did.

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I don't think Erat would want to go to Florida somewhere to win a stanley cup.

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Does he have to? Did the Caps agree to continue honoring his NMC after the trade from Nashville?
I don't think no movement clauses get cancelled in trades. It's like a clause in any other contract: if one party chooses not to apply it in a situation, that is his prerogative, but that does not take that clause out for future instances. It is not like when he got traded they tore up the contract and wrote a new one.

The waive is basically like saying, "I'll let you get away with it this time."

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the caps want kulikov why?
Come on. You really can't see why?

On the OP, why would Erat waive to go to Florida?

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