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11-28-2006, 06:05 PM
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Yeah Souray for Naslund+free cap space

From what I read on the net, Vancouver is looking for scoring winger so it would start with Ryder and probably perz or Kost.

But I would really see something like Ryder, (Kost or Perez, I don't know if Kost has any value outside of Montreal) + Souray for Naslund + Bourdon
We can't trade Souray unless we get a D in return. Our D is already patchwork as it is. I don't want Bourdon though. The boy can't skate.

But I would trade for Naslund in a heartbeat. Ryder, whoever you want.

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11-28-2006, 06:06 PM
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write in english, the hf boards is against french words lol
What, he said Eklund was a gross cave. He just spelled gross wrong...

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Actually why not trying to get Brendan Morrison (who struggling, but I see him play with Kovalev and could be a good combinaison) We should keep Souray. Because I don't see anyone on that roster who can take the place of Souray on the point. But if you want both you have to give a lot. Probably too much and I don't want to brake the chemistry of our team. Let's offer Niinimaa and a prospect for Morrison.
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11-28-2006, 06:56 PM
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I don't read Spector's either (or The Fourth Period), those sites are nothing but clearing houses for any ******* rumour that gets printed in any rag. However that doesn't change the fact the Eklund is not an acredited journalist, he's a blogger with a vivid imagination who'll post anything to keep the hits on his page coming in.
How can you say that ?

If he's saying that Gainey is interested to get Naslund , or if he says that Vanc and Habs ' managements have talks about a trade , how can you able to say that it's not true ;

They can have talked together EVEN IF THERE IS NO DEAL MADE AT THE END . So that could means that Eklund is right at 5 % or 45 % or 75 % but it just impossible for us to know the real number . And for the same reason it 's impossible for you to say that Eklund is just inventing his rumours .

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11-28-2006, 07:33 PM
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Koivu is comaprable to Morrison
Nonsense, Koivu is a much better player than Morrison, offensively and defensively!..

And I think people should read Eklund from time to time, he doesn't make up rumors all that much anymore, he simply mentions possibilities, often making it clear that it's just stuff he heard. People on this board seem to be so anxious to blast him that they don't even care about what he writes anymore, they just take the two or more player names mentionned and they laugh..

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11-28-2006, 07:43 PM
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I don't know why people keep saying Gainey won't trade Samsonov 'cause it will give a bad message to next UFA'S. What about sending a message by saying that if you play great, you won't be traded, if not you're not exempt of a trade.....

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I don't want Bourdon though. The boy can't skate.
Skating is one of Bourdon's greatest attributes.

In any case, as for the "rumour" of Naslund to Montreal, Nazzy has a NTC and would have to waive it to be moved. I don't really see Naslund waiving it to go to Montreal(no offense to the city or the team, I just don't see Naslund wanting to go there).

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11-28-2006, 10:05 PM
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lol @ this thread.

There's no way the Canucks are trading Naslund.

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11-29-2006, 01:10 AM
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No way this happens. Naslund makes 6m and has a NTC, he's also happy being a canuck and is the captain.

That's a hefty amount to take on and the canucks would most likely ask for Komisarek and the habs staff are enamoured with him, so that's that. If the canucks are out of a playoff spot, then Naslund will be gone at the deadline.

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11-29-2006, 01:34 AM
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Ah, you people and your daydreaming and your giving that clown credibility...

I believe we could trade. I believe we could get a notable name, but think more along the lines of a 32-35-+ years old ex-superstar that could fill at center on the third line and bring experience while Bonk is bumped to 2nd line.

I stand by the point I made in the Nieuwendyk topic: Our man is Trevor Linden.

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I cant see the canucks shipping naslund unless the canucks just aompletely dissapear out of playoff contention very early.

It will be very costly to get naslund. He leads the canucks with 12 or 13 goals (and this is a team that is in the bottom 5 in terms of scoring goals). So the canucks will not only ask for some young firepower back, but it would have to be blue chip firepower coming the other way (ie. the Andrei Kostitsyn variety wont cut it)

The canucks are in a position where they lack depth in all areas and are pushed right up against the cap. I cant see nonis moving any big names.

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No way this happens. Naslund makes 6m and has a NTC, he's also happy being a canuck and is the captain.

That's a hefty amount to take on and the canucks would most likely ask for Komisarek and the habs staff are enamoured with him, so that's that. If the canucks are out of a playoff spot, then Naslund will be gone at the deadline.
If they dont ask for forwards in return for naslund, you are looking at a first line of sedin-sedin-pyatt and a 2nd line of x-Morrisson-y. They cant afford to trade a guy with the calibur of naslund without getting forwards back.

Bogus rumour.

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Ok...

Here is the plan...

Like it was proposed:

To Mtl: Markus Naslund and Luc Bourdon
To Van: Sheldon Souray, Michael Ryder and Andrei Kostsitsyn

Then:

We trade Abby for a 2nd rounder and we trade the pick for Mara.

Lines:

Naslund-Higgins-Kovalev
X-Koivu-Latendresse
Perezhogin-Bonk-Johnson
Bégin-Lapierre-Downey/Murray

Markov-Komisarek
Mara-Rivet
Bouillon-Dandenault
*Streit

Huet
Halak/Danis

We trade Sammy and Pleks for X. I know you will say that trading Samsonov will hurt us on the FA market but my question is: Do we really want to win? If yes, Sammy is obviously not the answer. X needs to be a player who could have a good chemistry with Koivu. Too bad Selanne is not on the market.

So, who's X?


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Ok...

Here is the plan...

Like it was proposed:

To Mtl: Markus Naslund and Luc Bourdon
To Van: Sheldon Souray, Michael Ryder and Andrei Kostsitsyn

Then:

We trade Abby for a 2nd rounder and we trade the pick for Mara.

Lines:

Naslund-Higgins-Kovalev
X-Koivu-Latendresse
Perezhogin-Bonk-Johnson
Bégin-Lapierre-Downey/Murray

Markov-Komisarek
Mara-Rivet
Bouillon-Dandenault
*Streit

Huet
Halak/Danis

We trade Sammy and Pleks for X. I know you will say that trading Samsonov will hurt us on the FA market but my question is: Do we really want to win? If yes, Sammy is obviously not the answer. X needs to be a player who could have a good chemistry with Koivu. Too bad Selanne is not on the market.

So, who's X?

Were you even thinking when you made up this proposal? This is one of the worst hommer proposals I've ever read.

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Ok...

Here is the plan...

Like it was proposed:

To Mtl: Markus Naslund and Luc Bourdon
To Van: Sheldon Souray, Michael Ryder and Andrei Kostsitsyn

Then:

We trade Abby for a 2nd rounder and we trade the pick for Mara.

Lines:

Naslund-Higgins-Kovalev
X-Koivu-Latendresse
Perezhogin-Bonk-Johnson
Bégin-Lapierre-Downey/Murray

Markov-Komisarek
Mara-Rivet
Bouillon-Dandenault
*Streit

Huet
Halak/Danis

We trade Sammy and Pleks for X. I know you will say that trading Samsonov will hurt us on the FA market but my question is: Do we really want to win? If yes, Sammy is obviously not the answer. X needs to be a player who could have a good chemistry with Koivu. Too bad Selanne is not on the market.

So, who's X?

And why Boston would trade Mara to Montréal? Huummm, I don't think so. And with Gainey, you never know what will happen because nothing is predictable. Example? Kovalev deal. Théo trade. Ribeiro trade. The signature of Samsonov. No one was expected.

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And why Boston would trade Mara to Montréal? Huummm, I don't think so. And with Gainey, you never know what will happen because nothing is predictable. Example? Kovalev deal. Théo trade. Ribeiro trade. The signature of Samsonov. No one was expected.
I have to agree for Kovy...

But I was not that surprised when I saw that Théo was traded. And the Ribeiro trade was very likely to happen.

I'm not Bob Gainey. Some will say it's a chance. That was only a few proposal.

For the guy who said that it's thne most homer proposal he ever saw, you are probably not on these boards for a long time. Anyway, I won't explain my point since you didn't explain why my proposal was bad.

I can say you're a clown. That's a free comment. If you have something to say, explain your point or simply shut up.


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I have to agree for Kovy...

But I was not that surprised when I saw that Théo was traded. And the Ribeiro trade was very likely to happen.

I'm not Bob Gainey. Some will say it's a chance. That was only a few proposal.

For the guy who said that it's thne most homer proposal he ever saw, you are probably not on these boards for a long time. Anyway, I won't explain my point since you didn't explain why my proposal was bad.

I can say you're a clown. That's a free comment. If you have something to say, explain your point or simply shut up.




Shabutie with 7000+ posts, yep he's a newbie...

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Shabutie with 7000+ posts, yep he's a newbie...
Seriously. And his real name is "Joey-Joe-Joe Shabutie Jr."

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The Canucks have no need nor desire to pick up Souray. Their d is fine, the only problem there is Salo is a UFA next year, but oh hey so is Souray.. Canucks need scoring forwards, so they are going to trade their best one?? uh ..yea.. that makes a lot of sence.

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to Vcr:
Kovalev, Ryder

to Mtl:
Naslund, Cooke


mtl gets a more consistent(and expensive) star caliber forward to play with koivu (and methinks starts lighting it up like he does with selanne on the world stage), and an upgrade over murray/downey to make the 4th line capable of more solid minutes.

vcr gets 1 million in cap space, and some offensive punch to spread out over 2 lines...

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to Vcr:
Kovalev, Ryder

to Mtl:
Naslund, Cooke


mtl gets a more consistent(and expensive) star caliber forward to play with koivu (and methinks starts lighting it up like he does with selanne on the world stage), and an upgrade over murray/downey to make the 4th line capable of more solid minutes.

vcr gets 1 million in cap space, and some offensive punch to spread out over 2 lines...
As I previously stated, the Kovalev/Ryder duo has outscored the Naslund/Cooke by a fair bit the last two years and that's taking into account last years offensive styled Canucks and Kovalev's injury. At this point in time, Kovalev and Naslund are equal players with Alex being cheaper, stronger and more talented. He's also familiar with the team and has gotten going lately and unlike Naslund, he's a beast in the playoffs.
As for Ryder for Cooke, I think that speaks for itself, I would never in a million years trade one for the other.

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And why Boston would trade Mara to Montréal? Huummm, I don't think so. And with Gainey, you never know what will happen because nothing is predictable. Example? Kovalev deal. Théo trade. Ribeiro trade. The signature of Samsonov. No one was expected.
Theo was expected.
Ribeiro was expected
Samsonov was in the list of those expected.

Please

Bob Gainey is not a magician, hes a GM.

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Bob Gainey is not a magician, hes a GM.
if I were you I´d take cover... the Gainey worship fanatics will surely not tolerate such obvious blasphemy...

er, I mean, um... I love Gainey, Gainey is God, all hail St-Bo...

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