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01-26-2013, 10:18 PM
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Glencross to Boston

Would require Glencross to waive his NMC but

Boston

Glencross
2nd

Calgary

Subban
Khoklachev
Caron

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01-26-2013, 10:23 PM
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Would require Glencross to waive his NMC but

Boston

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Calgary

Subban
Khoklachev
Caron
glencross would't waive his NMC he loves alberta

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01-26-2013, 10:25 PM
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glencross would't waive his NTC he loves alberta
Fair enough, Was the value close, you know just in case he decides he loves winning one day?

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01-26-2013, 10:29 PM
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Fair enough, Was the value close, you know just in case he decides he loves winning one day?
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Pass we don't need Subban especially at the cost of Glencross.

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01-26-2013, 10:51 PM
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Calgary has enough goalie prospects and I have no idea who the other guys are.

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01-26-2013, 11:15 PM
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Would require Glencross to waive his NMC but

Boston

Glencross
2nd

Calgary

Subban
Khoklachev
Caron
That is quite a package from Boston. Subban is a potential #1 goaltender, Khokhlachev is a potential #2 center and Caron is a potential 2nd line wing who has already proven he can play in the NHL and be one of the best penalty killers on one of the best penalty killing teams in the NHL.

I realize that it would have to be a deal that Calgary liked, I am just saying that if that is what it would take to get Glencross I would forget about it. I am just not interested in dealing such a huge chunk of the future for Glencross.

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01-26-2013, 11:38 PM
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Given Glencross's production and cap hit, and that he's signed for a while, the price could be placed at somewhere around a 1st round pick and a mid level or higher prospect.

I know that kind of return seems like an overpayment to people who don't know who Glencross is, but that seeing as how Gaustad can return a first at the deadline, it's a realistic expectation.

But he signed for a discount because he wanted NMC because he wants to stay in Calgary. He won't be traded.

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01-26-2013, 11:44 PM
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No reason for Calgary to trade Glencross. The guy has been incredible for them.

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Glencross is easily worth a 1st and a top prospect. A rare breed of a player.

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I wouldn't give that package for Iginla, never mind Glencross

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Which Subban are we talking about? The drafted at 24th overall one? Or the World Junior one.... Either way Glencross is more valuable to the Flames then he is worth there is a reason he got a NMC and signed such a good deal

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Fart.

Seems like alot of maybe's going to Calgary for a stud both on the ice and on the payroll

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Given Glencross's production and cap hit, and that he's signed for a while, the price could be placed at somewhere around a 1st round pick and a mid level or higher prospect.

I know that kind of return seems like an overpayment to people who don't know who Glencross is, but that seeing as how Gaustad can return a first at the deadline, it's a realistic expectation.

But he signed for a discount because he wanted NMC because he wants to stay in Calgary. He won't be traded.
Would you not consider this package at or above that value?

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Would you not consider this package at or above that value?
We have no need for Subban he is redundant with Brossiot,Ortio,Gillies,Ramo,Irving just no more room for goalie prospects.

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We have no need for Subban he is redundant with Brossiot,Ortio,Gillies,Ramo,Irving just no more room for goalie prospects.
A good goalie prospect, I'm pretty sure you have room for that with those guys you just named.

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01-27-2013, 12:09 AM
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A good goalie prospect, I'm pretty sure you have room for that with those guys you just named.
Brossiot isn't much worse than Subban at this point and goalies are unpredictable we need to make sure we have enough spaces for all of them.

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01-27-2013, 12:14 AM
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I like Subban, but there's just no reason to trade Glencross. And if he were to get traded for some reason, it would have to be to somewhere like Phoenix, or Dallas, or some other hick town. Certainly not Boston. He would not go for that, I guarantee it.

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I like Subban, but there's just no reason to trade Glencross. And if he were to get traded for some reason, it would have to be to somewhere like Phoenix, or Dallas, or some other hick town. Certainly not Boston. He would not go for that, I guarantee it.
Phoenix and Dallas are not hick towns, not even close. Thet are huge cities both more than twice the size of Boston.

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Would you not consider this package at or above that value?
Subban's redundant given the Flames pool of strong goalie prospects. I don't consider Caron worth much. So it's basically Khoklachev and fillers.

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Subban's redundant given the Flames pool of strong goalie prospects. I don't consider Caron worth much. So it's basically Khoklachev and fillers.
You can look at it that way. I could look at it as Glencross is redundant on the Bruins and not worth as much because he would be the 3rd line LW and nobody is going to give up a package like that for a 3rd line LW.

I understand if that deal doesn't mesh with the Flames needs and I definitely understand that what the original proposal was is far too much to pay for Glencross for the Bruins.

Good luck, I always liked the Flames even before they moved to Calgary.

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You can look at it that way. I could look at it as Glencross is redundant on the Bruins and not worth as much because he would be the 3rd line LW and nobody is going to give up a package like that for a 3rd line LW.

I understand if that deal doesn't mesh with the Flames needs and I definitely understand that what the original proposal was is far too much to pay for Glencross for the Bruins.

Good luck, I always liked the Flames even before they moved to Calgary.
Well yes, value is relative and dependent on team needs.

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01-27-2013, 02:14 AM
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Bruins are giving up a lot here, pretty good value. I understand Calgary fans not wanting to make the move though.

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Glencross played most of his AHL time here in Portland and if anybody has proven that hard work is ultimately the key ingredient in hockey, it's been him.

Being a Bruins fan, he'd be a great fit. However, he gave the Flames a home province discount as a free agent and it's hard to believe that his value elsewhere would be as high.

The 3 Boston prospects in the OP represent two first rounders and a second. Boston needs to ride those picks a bit longer to see what eventually develops before dishing them off.

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A good goalie prospect, I'm pretty sure you have room for that with those guys you just named.
Just because you don't know them, doesn't mean they aren't quality prospects.

Brossoit is a small step down from Subban if at all.
Ortio is currently one of the top goaltenders in the Finnish Elite League.
Gillies is one of the best goaltenders in the NCAA this year as a freshman and IMO is the one to watch because he is both huge and pretty athletic.
Ramo is considered the best goaltender not currently in the AHL.
Irving despite his struggles on the farm this year showed he can play at the NHL level.

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