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01-15-2013, 04:03 PM
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Wild re-sign Palmieri to a one year two-way deal

http://wild.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id...id=DL|MIN|home

Someone post it on the main board if you want. I can't right now for certain reasons.

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Good for him.

He should be a top 5 call up depending on the situation.

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Holy **** we signed Palmieri!!!

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It's like Parise and Suter all over again.

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Good for him.

He should be a top 5 call up depending on the situation.
Good for Napalm was our best RW playing with Kovy and Travis in 2010-11 season second half playoff run. If he gets put on waivers say bye bye no way a guy with 87 games and 25 points clears especially on a one year deal Wild must be thinking he stays up or they wouldn't have signed him

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Good for Napalm was our best RW playing with Kovy and Travis in 2010-11 season second half playoff run. If he gets put on waivers say bye bye no way a guy with 87 games and 25 points clears especially on a one year deal Wild must be thinking he stays up or they wouldn't have signed him
Thats IF/when he gets called up. Depends on who gets hurt but theres plenty of options down in Houston...Depth move for sure. If we call him up then have to send him back down and he gets claimed I don't think any Wild fans will lose much sleep about it.

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Palmieri visits this thread. Self-esteem - 1000 points.

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We really fleeced NJD in that deal

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We really fleeced NJD in that deal
Why the sarcasm icon?

Do you think the Wild would have gotten Parise and Suter with Zids still playing here?

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no one fleeced anyone in that deal. NJ wanted a top four D, we wanted picks and prospects. We had a top four D that wasn't working for us, they had a prospect that couldn't transition to the NHL in their system, and threw in a pick and a conditional pick to sweeten the pot.

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Thats IF/when he gets called up. Depends on who gets hurt but theres plenty of options down in Houston...Depth move for sure. If we call him up then have to send him back down and he gets claimed I don't think any Wild fans will lose much sleep about it.
You obviously have no idea how waivers work he has to be put on waivers to be sent to the AHL

RynRyn is right both got what they needed without Zyds we never make it to the finals and Palmieri and the picks will turn out fine

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Palmieri is light years >>>>> then Veilleux, Kassian and Dowell, I expect he will get the 13th forward spot or very first call up at least.

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Light years are pretty long distances.

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Light years are pretty long distances.
Just like Palmieri's beard. Deal with it.

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What was the conditional pick ?

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I thought that he was a very solid player when I saw him against the barons, if he hit waivers I'd claim him if I were Oilers GM. He's a big guy and he has decent hands. I think that he could turn his career around and still be a full time NHLer.

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What was the conditional pick ?
3rd rounder if the Devils are able to play 2 playoff series and Zids plays 75% of the games. Something like that.

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Palmieri showed speed but little else up here last year. Believe he got kind of complacent and lacked urgency to start the year with the Devils. But he's been very, very good down in Houston.

Still really like that Zidlicky trade, just because it got him off the team and off the books.

The conditional pick was a 2013 3rd rounder if they made the ECF.

Also Bussieres was a pick from that trade.

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You obviously have no idea how waivers work he has to be put on waivers to be sent to the AHL
go reread my post. I think i know how waivers works.

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