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09-24-2003, 12:25 PM
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Comrie for Lundmark(Proposal)

Comrie for Lundmark would you guys do it?

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Comrie for Lundmark would you guys do it?

Although I don't think we need centers ... YES.

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Yes. He's got good chemistry with Carter.

Has he ever played LW or RW?

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No. Even if we were interested, there isn't a spot for him right now.

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Let us please develop some chemistry instead of always being the only frankenteam in the league.

Every time there is a contract dispute, the Rangers are the destination for the disgruntled player. Comrie may be better, but we may be a better TEAM with Lundmark

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Comrie for Lundmark would you guys do it?
Oilers would get hosed on that deal in a big way.

Although the Rangers don't really need centers, it's a deal they would have to make. Even if it was just to turn around and deal Comrie to someone else. The return would certainly be greater than Lundmark.

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How could you not do this trade if you're the Rangers? Comrie has more going for himself than Lundmark does, IMO.

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How could you not do this trade if you're the Rangers? Comrie has more going for himself than Lundmark does, IMO.
I agree. He has proven he could score 30 plus and lead his team. A more skilled Mike York.

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Oilers would get hosed on that deal in a big way.

Although the Rangers don't really need centers, it's a deal they would have to make. Even if it was just to turn around and deal Comrie to someone else. The return would certainly be greater than Lundmark.
I love Lundmark but he's only 8 months younger and has done nothing even close to Comrie. Who cares about home grown when talking about a player who's 23 and almost averages a point per game.

I think the idea for the Oilers here is to replace Comrie with another home town kid with similar upside.

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Beware an Oiler Fan bearing gifts.

If you people had read the Oiler board at the end of last season, you'd think twice about making this trade.

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The return would certainly be greater than Lundmark.
Agreed. Even Sather's good pal Lowe wouldn't bite on that one.

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First off there is no way they do lundmark for comrie.

Second i dont really want him and his half hearted attempts and temper tantrums on the ice.

Honestly as an oiler fan i hope they move him and get a nice return. but as a ranger fan i dont want any part of him.

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No but I'm bias.

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Beware an Oiler Fan bearing gifts.

If you people had read the Oiler board at the end of last season, you'd think twice about making this trade.

Seriously man. Comrie's defensive ability makes Messier look like a freakin' Selke candidate. Yah, the kids got a gift, but he's not offering anything we need.

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I love Lundmark but he's only 8 months younger and has done nothing even close to Comrie. Who cares about home grown when talking about a player who's 23 and almost averages a point per game.

I think the idea for the Oilers here is to replace Comrie with another home town kid with similar upside.
I know there is no way to prove it but I think you would have seen a differen't Lundmark if he would have started his career there. And Comrie would probly not be the player he is. The Oilers give there young players so much more of a chance then we do. I no Comrie is a better player but I would like to keep Lundmark. I highly dought we would get Comrie for Lundmark alone.

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First off there is no way they do lundmark for comrie.

Second i dont really want him and his half hearted attempts and temper tantrums on the ice.
In his two and a half years in Edmonton, I've never seen him throw a temper tantrum on the ice. Do you have examples of this?

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First off there is no way they do lundmark for comrie.

Second i dont really want him and his half hearted attempts and temper tantrums on the ice.
In his two and a half years in Edmonton, I've never seen him throw a temper tantrum on the ice. Do you have examples of this?

Personally, I don't think Edmonton would do this. It doesn't make them any better now, or, unless Lundmark becomes a 30-goal scorer, down the road either. There would have to be something else.

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09-24-2003, 04:32 PM
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Does Comrie even want to play in NY?

IIRC, when he was a UFA, he turned down an offer from Sather (a friend of the family), and went to edm instead (where his Bro was playing till he had to retire).

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In his two and a half years in Edmonton, I've never seen him throw a temper tantrum on the ice. Do you have examples of this?

Personally, I don't think Edmonton would do this. It doesn't make them any better now, or, unless Lundmark becomes a 30-goal scorer, down the road either. There would have to be something else.

LOL you serious. I'll tell you what I'll do one better, i'll go post the question on edmonton board.


BRB.....

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Yes...


I feel Lundmark is heading towards bustville (that's just my opnion, though, so relax) and if Comrie could be had for him, bye-bye Lundy. Sorry.

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Seriously man. Comrie's defensive ability makes Messier look like a freakin' Selke candidate. Yah, the kids got a gift, but he's not offering anything we need.
There's no doubt that right now Comrie's trade value is higher than Lundmark's.

Comrie's the type of guy that makes ESPN's highlights. Lundmark MAY be the type of guy that makes the players around him better.

I'd be interested in Mammettt's opinion as he is an authentic Oiler/Ranger fan and saw a lot of the Oilers last year.

All I can tell you is that some Oiler fans felt he was a selfish one-dimensional player. Plus/minus can be a very misleading statistic but Comrie was something like -16 last year for a playoff team.

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Although I don't think we need centers ... YES.
Lundmark is a center. He's just playing wing right now because that's what's open. Same thing with York when he was on FLY line.

This would be a swap of centers.

That said,

The cost would be more than Lundmark.

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Does Comrie even want to play in NY?

IIRC, when he was a UFA, he turned down an offer from Sather (a friend of the family), and went to edm instead (where his Bro was playing till he had to retire).
Did Comrie reach the point of actually being UFA? Didn't Edmonton sign him with hours or days to spare before the Van Ryn Rule freed him to negotiate elsewhere?

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yes I think to a large degree its about ice time, ie comrie got it, lundmark didn't. So its hard to compare them at this points in their careers, as to where they both end up pointwise over say 10 seasons I might place my bet on lundmark.
Besides I think the oil are in need a pivot with size, thus the return for comrie doesn't address their need.

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