I missed out on whatever happened after I asked that guy if he blamed the working class for the financial crisis.
What did I miss?
Not a whole lot. Someone told you not to talk about business you know nothing about, another person explained how it wasn't accountants so "14 year old billy wouldn't believe it was", and another person told you to go read up on what accountants do.
George Sherman,Avealanche, Aves, cash strapped, and bad spelling are what makes it. So accurate of what a lot of other posters think. I think too many of them read BleacherReport.
From 1 Player Each Team Wants to Deal:
the Colorado Avalanche will have Paul Stastny, who has a $6.6 million cap hit, centering the third line.
A team simply does not want that cap hit playing on the third line. It might be best for Colorado to get what they can for Stastny before his value decreases.
So Perreault + Schultz + 2nd for Stastny? A 2nd is a 2nd. Matthieu Perreault is "part of the elite forward of the team" and Schultz had a +50 season and is rated 83 overall in NHL 13, only 1 point less than Alzner and as good as Brian Campbell.
Here is a scout report by my favourite website, TSR
This was for the 2010/11 season by the way.
Markus Lauridsen | D | 6’1” | 201lbs | 2/28/91
15GP 2G 1A 3P -8 10PIM
The 19 year old native of Denmark intrigued me enough to mention him as a player to watch in his first season playing in North America. Lauridsen simply looks like a pro on the ice with a strong, powerful stride and lower body strength. He’s very skilled in using his hips and rear end to box out opposing forwards in front and positions himself well to allow his goalie to see the puck and take care of the rebounds. He also has good shot blocking ability when the situation dictates and can discern when to put his body in the way or allow his goalie to make the save. Lauridsen has very good hockey sense and is used in all situations for the Gamblers. He’s a good backwards skater and maintains tight gap control and has the awareness to recognize when he can force the puck carrier or wait for backchecking help.
Offensively, Lauridsen plays within his limitations and quickly moves the puck up ice. His greatest attribute on the point is his ability to find the net with hard, low shots for deflections or rebounds. He’s very good at surveying the traffic in front and knows when to tee it up for a powerful blast or quickly send a hard wrist shot on net. His ability in this regard stands out in this age of blocked shots. He is limited somewhat by his foot speed and upper body strength but I am very anxious to see how he develops during the course of the USHL season and where his travels take him.