The problem with that, Lacroix isnt his teams GM....
Sorry about that, I meant shopped towards Lacroix. I apologize.
I have to think Colorado will wait on Sauve and Aebischer for a couple months. Boston has Potvin, and Dunham has looked good enough for NYR. Holland might not be able to move him as easy as people think.
This is hardly a normal "conditioning stint" situation though. He could be down there for quite some time.
Theres a limit to how many games your allowed to play for a conditioning stint...im not sure how many games though but i dont think its that many games...although being a goaltender they could delay his return by just playing him every two games (if thats possible according to the rules?)
I agree that he may be an upgrade on those teams...HOWEVER I see maybe 5 of the teams listed there as teams that could afford him, or would be willing to afford him. And on top of that, I see maybe 3 teams that Detroit would offer him up to, and not have to worry about him coming back to haunt them in the playoffs UNTIL the finals.
What motivation would Cujo have to "restructer" his deal. He has no reason to. He has a valid contract and the Wings are BY LAW required to honor it. Of course, they can send him anywhere they want as long as it is in the structure of his deal. In fact it makes you wonder if this isn't a pressure play by them to get Cujo to loosen up for a deal. If I were him I would go wherever they wanted me to and keep on collecting that GIANT over payed ridiculous salary that the Wings mistakenly paid me. I would laugh all the way to the bank and then go out and buy my agent a gold plated golf cart for ****** Holland.
Cujo could get moved to any number of teams depending on much salary Detroit picks up or takes a high=priced player in return. It's not as bad as the Canes sending Irbe to the ECHL, they're just trying to embarass the guy, Cujo needs to get some playing time and into game shape.