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03-22-2013, 06:21 PM
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Ryane Clowe to TB

On the general hockey board there is a thread about how TB was gutless and soft and how they let other players run at MSL and Conacher. Well, just so you know, Ryane Clowe is more than available and he won't hesitate to back up a teammate. He's done that for Pavelski and Couture for years.

Only problem is, he's been pretty terrible all year and is a pending UFA. He makes $3.6 million this year.

We need forward prospects and/or picks. Hopefully a forward prospect that can step in as a depth forward by next year. Any thoughts TB fans?

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03-22-2013, 06:24 PM
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On the general hockey board there is a thread about how TB was gutless and soft and how they let other players run at MSL and Conacher. Well, just so you know, Ryane Clowe is more than available and he won't hesitate to back up a teammate. He's done that for Pavelski and Couture for years.

Only problem is, he's been pretty terrible all year and is a pending UFA. He makes $3.6 million this year.

We need forward prospects and/or picks. Hopefully a forward prospect that can step in as a depth forward by next year. Any thoughts TB fans?
Why not keep all our prospects and picks and just try to sign him UFA? We aren't making the playoffs, why would we make this trade now? Don't get me wrong though, I would like Clowe.

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03-22-2013, 06:32 PM
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Clowe is single-handedly, the most OVERRATED player in the NHL. His value is around a 4th round pick. San Jose would be lucky if they get Crombeen and a 5th, not saying that trade would go through because that would make no sense. But value wise it does.

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Why not keep all our prospects and picks and just try to sign him UFA? We aren't making the playoffs, why would we make this trade now? Don't get me wrong though, I would like Clowe.
This.

Would love Clowe and hope SFY goes after him as a UFA. But I wouldn't be willing to trade any near NHL ready forward prospects for him as the players we have that fit that description all have relatively high end potential.

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I like Clowe but we should be selling at the deadline not buying. I'd love him as a UFA though.

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I like Clowe but we should be selling at the deadline not buying. I'd love him as a UFA though.
I see. I was just hoping we could get something useful out of him before he hits FA. He seemed like someone you could use.

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I see. I was just hoping we could get something useful out of him before he hits FA. He seemed like someone you could use.
Best bet would be a team that needs a bit of an edge in the playoffs grit wise. We wouldn't buy anything cause it is next to impossible for us to make the playoffs this season.

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I could see him being a target as a UFA but no reason to give anything up for him at this point.

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Clowe is single-handedly, the most OVERRATED player in the NHL. His value is around a 4th round pick. San Jose would be lucky if they get Crombeen and a 5th, not saying that trade would go through because that would make no sense. But value wise it does.
Well I'm glad your not an nhl gm. Sharks will get a first for him or package him with someone else for an upgrade. Plenty of players with less talent have gotten better returns. 2nd and a prospect worse case

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Well I'm glad your not an nhl gm. Sharks will get a first for him or package him with someone else for an upgrade. Plenty of players with less talent have gotten better returns. 2nd and a prospect worse case
I hope your not serious?

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It's been said, but if Tampa wants Clowe, they'll wait for UFA. No use giving stuff up now, we aren't getting into the playoffs.

I really wouldn't mind Clowe. I think he's just what this team needs.

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I hope your not serious?
Very you must not a follow the trade deadline last year when there weren't many sellers and Gaustad who statistically isn't anywhere near Ryan Clowe doesn't bring a power forward 20 goalscorer more than that is a great leader everything else he got a first throw that in with the small-market and availability of players and a second and prospect or first is not out of reach your crazy not to agree

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Very you must not a follow the trade deadline last year when there weren't many sellers and Gaustad who statistically isn't anywhere near Ryan Clowe doesn't bring a power forward 20 goalscorer more than that is a great leader everything else he got a first throw that in with the small-market and availability of players and a second and prospect or first is not out of reach your crazy not to agree
Clowe is not looking anything close to a 20 goal scorer this year. Gaustad is a big shutdown center who's great on the draw which is very important in the playoffs. There are plenty of big bodied physical wingers out there so the price for Clowe will not be that high. 2nd rounder at best.


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Very you must not a follow the trade deadline last year when there weren't many sellers and Gaustad who statistically isn't anywhere near Ryan Clowe doesn't bring a power forward 20 goalscorer more than that is a great leader everything else he got a first throw that in with the small-market and availability of players and a second and prospect or first is not out of reach your crazy not to agree
The draft this year is 10 times deeper than the draft last year. Picks are worth more.

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The draft this year is 10 times deeper than the draft last year. Picks are worth more.
Just like last year, and the year before, and the year before that, etc.

It's amazing that so many people can't recognize the pattern.

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Clowe is not looking anything close to a 20 goal scorer this year. Gaustad is a big shutdown center who's great on the draw which is very important in the playoffs. There are plenty of big bodied physical wingers out there so the price for Clowe will not be that high. 2nd rounder at best.
Okay well Clowe Has averaged 20 goals and 55 points over the last four seasons. While also only playing a full season in one of the four. He struggled a bit this year but anyone who's been watching him would know that he Has been snakebitten the goals will come

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Just like last year, and the year before, and the year before that, etc.

It's amazing that so many people can't recognize the pattern.
Not true at all. Its amazing that so many people cant see the difference in talent in drafts.

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To be honest those are just the stats on Ryan clowe he brings lots of intangibles and sticks up for teammates and will drop the gloves with anybody he also plays a very physical game if they're knocking to get a high draft form I'd rather they keep them for the playoffs they're definitely going to need him

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Not true at all. Its amazing that so many people cant see the difference in talent in drafts.
Well, they certainly can see it the year before. They then apparently don't see it anymore as the draft draws closer, but start seeing it in the following years draft.

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SFY has already stated that he's not going to go after guys that will be UFA's. He's looking for players for the long run so this isn't going to happen.

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Clowe is single-handedly, the most OVERRATED player in the NHL. His value is around a 4th round pick. San Jose would be lucky if they get Crombeen and a 5th, not saying that trade would go through because that would make no sense. But value wise it does.
I can't see how a San Jose player could possibly be the most overrated in the league. Our team is barely talked about in the media and when they are, it's usually about how big of disappointments we are.

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I can't see how a San Jose player could possibly be the most overrated in the league. Our team is barely talked about in the media and when they are, it's usually about how big of disappointments we are.
Clowe used to be one of the most overrated players in the league. Now he's one of the most underrated.

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At most, I can see Yzerman trading a conditional 7th for his rights like Winnipeg did for Gustavsson. Otherwise, Yzerman will target him in the FA market if he is available.

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I would be willing to give up Teddy Blueger+ for Ryane Clowe.

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