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01-15-2013, 10:01 PM
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Vancouver/Calgary

Fan of neither team, just had this idea. Vancouver appearently can't get what they want for Lu, but Schneider could sure get them a quality winger. Calgary needs to rebuild, and Schneider would solidify their net for years. I know it's in division, but...

get Schneider
get Iginla (+?)

Not sure on value, but IMO Calgary needs to add something because of age. Obviously this is dependent on Calgary wanting to rebuild and Kipper being dealt in another trade for forward help, presumably.

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01-15-2013, 10:05 PM
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I dunno, Schneider is a tough sell.

I'd be more comfortable with this

To Calgary

(G) Roberto Luongo
Vancouver 2nd round pick 2013

To Vancouver

(F) Jarome Iginla


There's no guarantee Iginla will resign, age is similar Van throws a 2nd and maybe takes a bit of Luongo's Salary as well

But Schneider for Iginla + is a hard sell

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01-15-2013, 10:07 PM
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I dunno, Schneider is a tough sell.

I'd be more comfortable with this

To Calgary

(G) Roberto Luongo
Vancouver 2nd round pick 2013

To Vancouver

(F) Jarome Iginla


There's no guarantee Iginla will resign, age is similar Van throws a 2nd and maybe takes a bit of Luongo's Salary as well

But Schneider for Iginla + is a hard sell
Not a fan of either team, but the whole point is that Calgary is rebuilding. If they're trading for Lu, why not just keep Kipper? A 33 year old makes no sense if they want to get younger.

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I dunno, Schneider is a tough sell.

I'd be more comfortable with this

To Calgary

(G) Roberto Luongo
Vancouver 2nd round pick 2013

To Vancouver

(F) Jarome Iginla


There's no guarantee Iginla will resign, age is similar Van throws a 2nd and maybe takes a bit of Luongo's Salary as well

But Schneider for Iginla + is a hard sell
Yes, I'm sure you would be more comfortable with this...

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01-15-2013, 10:08 PM
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Canucks cant afford Iggy's cap hit, and I would only give up Schneider if Iginla had a contract extension.

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Fan of neither team, just had this idea. Vancouver appearently can't get what they want for Lu, but Schneider could sure get them a quality winger. Calgary needs to rebuild, and Schneider would solidify their net for years. I know it's in division, but...

get Schneider
get Iginla (+?)

Not sure on value, but IMO Calgary needs to add something because of age. Obviously this is dependent on Calgary wanting to rebuild and Kipper being dealt in another trade for forward help, presumably.
Calgary: trade for Schneider, rebuild, and in the process deal Kipper to Chicago for picks/prospects .. Then watch Kipper backstop the 'Hawks past the Canucks in the playoffs for the next few years until Luongo's play declines into pure mediocrity ... Once both Lou and Kipper are in their twilight years, the Flames rise up with Schneider backstopping them all the way

... Seems like a flawless plan

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01-15-2013, 10:15 PM
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No thank you. I wouldn't want to trade Schneider unless a comparable young forward is coming the other way. Baertschi is the only one who (sorta) fits that description from Calgary.

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I dunno, Schneider is a tough sell.

I'd be more comfortable with this

To Calgary

(G) Roberto Luongo
Vancouver 2nd round pick 2013

To Vancouver

(F) Jarome Iginla


There's no guarantee Iginla will resign, age is similar Van throws a 2nd and maybe takes a bit of Luongo's Salary as well

But Schneider for Iginla + is a hard sell
No offense but what the **** does this do for a Calgary rebuild, I don't hate Luo but he is only 3 years younger than Kipper and signed until he is 41. If you want Iginla it starts with Jensen.

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01-15-2013, 10:22 PM
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I don't think Calgary is interested in Luongo...however fair in value that deal is.

And as a canucks fan I don't want the canucks trading Schneider. Schneider has impressed me at every turn, and I expect him to be an elite goaltender in the nhl for the next 10+ years. Iginla might only have another year or two of good production in him.

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01-15-2013, 10:25 PM
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No offense but what the **** does this do for a Calgary rebuild, I don't hate Luo but he is only 3 years younger than Kipper and signed until he is 41. If you want Iginla it starts with Jensen.
There are really no prospects on the Canucks I'd be interested to trade Iginla for.

Jensen is a fine prospect, but you don't trade Iginla for him.

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Yes, I'm sure you would be more comfortable with this...
Did I not say that I was?

You're agreeing with me? Grats?


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No offense but what the **** does this do for a Calgary rebuild, I don't hate Luo but he is only 3 years younger than Kipper and signed until he is 41. If you want Iginla it starts with Jensen.
Starts with Jensen? If Iginla is a UFA and won't resign, that's a steep price for a rental.

If he will resign, I have no issues with Jensen being the center peice of the package, Jensen, Either Suave or Connauton and a 1st should help out the flames rebuild

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It doesn't really make sense for us to trade for Iginla because:

a) We're division rivals, and it would be pretty lame for the Flames to play against their former face-of-franchise
b) We have a pretty terrible chance at re-signing him
c) Our prospect pool isn't as good as other teams that might be interested(Like Pittsburgh)
d) Our window of contention is already getting narrow. Trading a 26-year old for a 34-year old doesn't seem like a move in the right direction for us.

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There are really no prospects on the Canucks I'd be interested to trade Iginla for.

Jensen is a fine prospect, but you don't trade Iginla for him.
Fair points: but if the Flames are seriously planning on rebuilding they need to do it soon. One of these days their management will wake up and Kipprusoff and Iginla will be over the hill with no one too replace them.

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WTF calgary is not going to trade there best FW TO VANCOUVER. I would not do that(either goalie)

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this doesn't work for either team.

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Flames think they're a playoff team. Why would they trade Iggy?

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Starts with Jensen? If Iginla is a UFA and won't resign, that's a steep price for a rental.

If he will resign, I have no issues with Jensen being the center peice of the package, Jensen, Either Suave or Connauton and a 1st should help out the flames rebuild
I don't think Jensen is that steep as Vancouver is our rival and they are in a desperate position to add players as 2/3 of their second line is out right now. There is no other prospect of interest on the Canucks so Jensen has to be the center piece.

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01-15-2013, 11:25 PM
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Schneider is so unbelievably overrated on HF my god.
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I'd rather keep Schneider. Wouldn't be opposed to trading for Iginla if he was going to re-sign here, but since it's unlikely we could afford him I'd rather just keep our young assets.

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I don't think Jensen is that steep as Vancouver is our rival and they are in a desperate position to add players as 2/3 of their second line is out right now. There is no other prospect of interest on the Canucks so Jensen has to be the center piece.
To be honest, I'd be surprised if Calgary would take that little.

Really can't envision a situation where getting Iginla on the Canucks works for both teams. Picks and prospects? Canucks pool is thin enough, and we don't need to see the ones we have in Calgary jerseys years after Iginla retires. Major piece of team? Why mess it up if we're in the position to do serious damage (ie deadline deal with Calgary out of contention)? Sign Iggy as an FA? Obviously down for that, but obviously the Flames wouldn't be terribly keen on losing him for nothing to one of their main divisional rivals.

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Schneider is so unbelievably overrated on HF my god.
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Glad you just proved you have never watched him play. Oh, and no bias there at all.

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Schneider is so unbelievably overrated on HF my god.
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Yeah... He's done nothing to indicate he will be a good goalie... Seriously though, where are you coming from? What's your proof?

On topic: Don't want to trade him, really wouldn't want him in our division.

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Glad you just proved you have never watched him play. Oh, and no bias there at all.
I'm not agreeing with him, but you're just as biased for Schneider as s/he is against him.

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I don't think Jensen is that steep as Vancouver is our rival and they are in a desperate position to add players as 2/3 of their second line is out right now. There is no other prospect of interest on the Canucks so Jensen has to be the center piece.
Canucks are desparate?

The season hasnt even begun.

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