Let's face it - Fedorov has been invisible on the Ducks since they acquired him. No reason to pay the guy if he's not producing. If I were a BJ fan I wouldn't exactly be thrilled with this trade either - mainly because of the player they inherited, not the terms of the deal itself (which were very favorable to the BJ's).
Yeah but now C-bus is at 16 million for 4 players alone.
Good point but Federov and Nash both healthy will be AWSOME. Also, Columbus needs to build a fan base, and they now can around Nash, Fed, Foote, ect. I like the move by D. McLean - he is aggressive and the fans will love him for it!
I think that Brian Hayword is crying now
Last edited by All_the_Kings_Men: 11-15-2005 at 06:11 PM.
I'm just in shock. When Bob Miller mentioned on Sunday that the Jackets were looking to trade for a big name and mentioned Fedorov as a possibility, I said "not gonna happen." I didn't think that the Ducks would trade him until later in the season (assuming the season turned into a disappointment).
Originally Posted by Mindcircus
Strike two for Burke...
What are you talking about? Burke wasn't the one who signed Fedorov and Sergei wasn't Burke's kind of player. He wasn't doing anything for the club and this frees up money that Burke indicates he will spend. Let's see what he spends the money on.
Good for the Blue Jackets. They can really use some scoring. I hope for his sake and Columbus' that he plays better for them than he did for Anaheim.