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01-26-2012, 12:33 PM
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Montreal trades?

I am a Montreal fan and it looks like we will be missing the playoffs this year unless we go on an amazing win streak in the next 3 weeks. I think the Fleyers will be 1 of the teams that have a chance to win the Cup so I guess that would make you guys buyers at the trade deadline. Montreal have a few ufa's that might interest you and some might be a good fit for your team,here they are........

Travis Moen = He is 29 ,6'2/ 215 UFA winger with a 1.5 cap hit.He plays with grit and will drop the gloves when needed. He is great on the PK and in a shut down role, he is on pace to score around 15 goals and has won the Cup before with the Ducks

Andrei Kostitsyn = He is 26, 6'1/ 215 ufa winger with a 3.25 cap hit.He has avg over 20 goals a year the last 4 years with the HABS and is on pace for another 20 goals this season.

Mathieu Darche = He is 35 ,6'1/ 220 ufa winger with a .700 cap hit. He would be a depth player that could fill in on the power play if needed.

Mike Blunden = He is 25 ,6'4 /220, ufa centre/winger with a .600 cap hit.He plays with grit and will fight if needed and would fit well on a teams fourth line.

Hal Gill = He is 36, 6'7 /245 ufa defenseman with a 2.25 cap hit. Gill is great on the PK and would be good as a teams 5/6 defenseman. He brings leadership and has won a Cup.

Chris Campoli = He is 27, 6 /200 ufa defenseman with a 1.75 cap hit. Campoli is a puck moving dman thatcan play on the power play and has scored over 30 points twice in the NHL.

Kaberle = He is 33, 6'1 215 defensemen and has 2 years left on his deal at 4.25Kaberle has score 13 points in 20 games since coming to Montreal last month, a pace of 53 points over a full year.He could help a team on the power play and won a cup last year with Boston.

Which players would fit best on your team? and what would you be offering for them. thanks and good luck in the playoffs.


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I really want Travis Moen. He would be perfect for this team.

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Gill and Moen would be great depth additions for a playoff run.

Not sure what we would offer though. Picks and marginal prospects probably

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I really want Travis Moen. He would be perfect for this team.
Moen and Talbot on the 4th line causing havoc would be great to watch

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Moen would also be defensive support for all of our rookies. They've been so good this year, but there is just too many rookies on this team to go into those playoff battles.

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Moen is the only one I have any interest in

Maybe Gill as a last resort (and I do mean LAST) on the blueline if the asking price isnt too high

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Gill seems to be losing a step. I would also only get him as a last resort. Moen maybe. Other than that not really many needs there.

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Gill has definitely lost a step, but he is still a monster, especially in playoff style hockey. As a 3rd pairing vet he would be fine.

However I would still only get him if we lose out on other D targets

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I would not mind Gill.


If it is between Moen and possibility of getting player like Gaustad I would go after Gaustad.

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Gill and Moen would be nice.

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Gil and moen for a 2nd and a 3rd.

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Gil and moen for a 2nd and a 3rd.
Unless we trade 2 other players for fdraft picks, we dont have contract space

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I still remember watching Scuderi and Gill shut **** down for the Penguins in 09. Nothing flashy about that two's skill set, but they were getting it done. I also remember Gill's big ass getting bumped off a rebound for a goal by Danny B. that year (all 170 pounds of him), which was ****ing hilarious to watch.

I would take Gill as a depth rental in a heart beat though.

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Unless we trade 2 other players for fdraft picks, we dont have contract space
give them Bartulis/Marshal and some phantom forward like Kalinski

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Gill seems to be losing a step. I would also only get him as a last resort. Moen maybe. Other than that not really many needs there.
Agreed. Moen would be my only choice.

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Moen and Talbot on the 4th line causing havoc would be great to watch
talbot would have to be on the 4th line for that to happen

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Moen is the only one I have any interest in

Maybe Gill as a last resort (and I do mean LAST) on the blueline if the asking price isnt too high
I agree about Gill being a last resort.....That cat is slower than the off spring of the banjo player in deliverance..... Even Slower than a concussed Prongs by a mile.

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