I could see it, but a few things would have to happen.
1) Waive Jack Hillen
2) Send Ellis Down
3) Bourque sent down
that would leave bouillon and Weber as your 6 and 7 dmen for the playoffs. Taking on another forward, with hornquist and soon mcgratton coming off IR, we have a glut of forwards that would be playing the 3rd and 4th lines in nashville-
Wow, hadn't heard that. Can you find that specific quote?
And I agree, NSH has no need for Yannick Weber. None. Ellis and Blum are better versions of him on the right side.
think this means one of ellis or blum are on their way out now if this comes to fruition? might give the hemsky rumors some more fuel, thats my thoughts at least. with Y.Weber and Gill coming in, might make it easier to turn one of ellis or blum loose for a guy like hemsky. i agree with NSH posters that hemsky's not worth 1 of them AND a 1st, but could see something done here, it makes a lot of sense to me.
I think it might be a situation where Radulov won't come back to Nashville but might show up to play in Montreal, especially if Patrick Roy was involved in coaching.
In other words Radulov might have more value to the Habs, than he does to Nashville, as he may never play in Nashville.
no.. more value? radulov playing for under a million as a RFA for a internal budget team like NSH where radulov would easily be our most talented player.... right lol more value to the habs.. radulov's rights for ak I don't see happening.. also dont know the credibility of that source?
I doubt he "refuses" to play in NSH but "jumps" at the opportunity to play in MTL. just my 2 cents