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09-14-2005, 11:16 AM
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A good deal would be something a little better than the Leetch deal - two quality prospects and two #1 picks.

Agreed. Noone is going to trade a young star for an older star. What's the point in doing that?

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if younger star isn't as good as older star, and the team wants to win and can afford to lose younger star. i'm not talking about a kovulchuk for jagr trade straight up or something...but someone with more upside than balej.

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who's forgetting the word "rebuild"?

if there was a good deal for jagr, I'd do it. I have no problem with that at all. But a good deal would mean a deal for a young star player in my mind. Something the rangers need. Jagr is a great player but a young star player will be around for a lot longer and be more valuable.

i'm not too optimistic about trading him though, i think his attitude might scuttle any good trade. he's been pretty vocal about only wanting to play in NY...
have you guys forgotten about the no trade clause. He removed the player option of his last year of 11 million for the a partial no trade clause.

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if younger star isn't as good as older star, and the team wants to win and can afford to lose younger star. i'm not talking about a kovulchuk for jagr trade straight up or something...but someone with more upside than balej.
You mean like a Zherdev?

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have you guys forgotten about the no trade clause. He removed the player option of his last year of 11 million for the a partial no trade clause.
I haven't seen this reported anywhere. if you have a link, then by all means provide it.

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yeah...like zherdev

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Does anyone have the feeling that Jagr has huge input on the Czech signings to keep him happy?

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2 years ago Jagr wasnt the Jagr of Old - ie with Pittsburgh, last year when he went to Russia he started playing like that again , and was again considered the BEST player in the world, I think in Jagrs mind hes determined to play like that again and carry the team, 100+ points isnt out of the question that being the case, so a little confidence is good, in the end i belive the team needs good chemistry and if hes serious he will be among the elite in scoring , if not the top.

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Does anyone have the feeling that Jagr has huge input on the Czech signings to keep him happy?
My feeling is that Renney have taken a big impression from international hockey and drawed parallels to how the game will look next year in the NHL. Straka and Nylander for example have been great in the international tournaments.

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Levitate...

From the NY Post, January 25, 2004:

'In exchange for a limited no-trade clause, Jagr is deferring $1M per over the next four seasons.'

I have no definition of 'limited' and am to lazy to find it tonight.

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