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07-03-2007, 08:44 PM
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Kozlov in Dallas

http://www.spectorshockey.net/rumors.html

Spectors reporting that Kozlov is in Dallas and deal could go down soon.

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Put a question mark on the title so people won't think it's official.

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The title is fine. It says Kozlov in Dallas, not Kozlov to Dallas. He was in Dallas and Frisco today to tour the arena, practice facilities, etc.

Dallas Morning News confirms the report that Kozlov was in town. He is rumored to be deciding between Dallas and Atlanta. Should know by end of the week.

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The title is fine. It says Kozlov in Dallas, not Kozlov to Dallas. He was in Dallas and Frisco today to tour the arena, practice facilities, etc.

Dallas Morning News confirms the report that Kozlov was in town. He is rumored to be deciding between Dallas and Atlanta. Should know by end of the week.
Ok, you got me. The title may stay.

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I don't mind Kozlov

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Hope he doesn't think it rains here 365 days a year.

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Hope he doesn't think it rains here 365 days a year.
Why would he?

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I'm sure he will be a dallas star by the end of the day, my guess $4.2mil/2 years


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Why would he?
It has rained in Dallas, well most of Texas, for about 1 - 2 weeks now and hasn't let up. It has been very out of the ordinary.

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Well, it's all moot now.

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Good..

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Not good. Now the only way to get an offensive forward to via trade. That means we will likely have to deal Boucher. I'm really confused as to what "the plan" is right now.

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thank good...for one season it would've been nice, but not for 3, so Army did the right thing.

maybe we could sign Markov to replace Robidas now

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Not good. Now the only way to get an offensive forward to via trade. That means we will likely have to deal Boucher. I'm really confused as to what "the plan" is right now.
At least we get to chose the player we want rather than be forced to go with all that's left at the open market and have him setting the demands. Don't forget that we still have an abundance of defensive prospects and a few forward prospects who are much of the same. We can still deal from a position of strenght as they have solid trade value. Plus, I wouldn't hesitate dealing our first as we'd probably draft the usual: "potential-Morrow-clone-but-will-likely-end-up-more-like-Tyler-Bouck".

We're always *****ing about our youth, but now is the time to give them increasing roles, mistakes includes.

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At least we get to chose the player we want rather than be forced to go with all that's left at the open market and have him setting the demands. Don't forget that we still have an abundance of defensive prospects and a few forward prospects who are much of the same. We can still deal from a position of strenght as they have solid trade value. Plus, I wouldn't hesitate dealing our first as we'd probably draft the usual: "potential-Morrow-clone-but-will-likely-end-up-more-like-Tyler-Bouck".

We're always *****ing about our youth, but now is the time to give them increasing roles, mistakes includes.
I agree with most of what you say.... however, you've gotta have 1st's to trade them.

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I agree with most of what you say.... however, you've gotta have 1st's to trade them.
Where's our 2007/2008 first? Gone in the Norstrom deal?

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Where's our 2007/2008 first? Gone in the Norstrom deal?
Yes, unfortunately. I say we go ahead with something like this for next year, assuming no trades:

Eriksson-Modano-Lehtinen
Morrow-Ribeiro-Lessard/Pushkarev/?
Hagman-Jokinen-Miettinen
Lundqvist-Halpern-Barnes

Norstrom-Zubov
Daley-Boucher
Grossman-Robidas

Turco
Smith

Now, I wouldn't be opposed to a trade of some combination of Norstrom/Boucher/Smith/spare parts to bring in a scoring winger. But I agree its time to cut the young guys loose and let them show what they can do.

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Where's our 2007/2008 first? Gone in the Norstrom deal?
Yep, LA's got our 1st for next season....

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But I agree its time to cut the young guys loose and let them show what they can do.
Exactly. Everyone is always complaining about the lack of production coming from our youth, but they aren't going to impress, statistically, when playing checking line duties.

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But I agree its time to cut the young guys loose and let them show what they can do.
I agree, let's see what they've got.

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Can Jokinin play with at least one forward that can shoot the puck on net.

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Exactly. Everyone is always complaining about the lack of production coming from our youth, but they aren't going to impress, statistically, when playing checking line duties.
Problem is they're not good enough to play elsewhere. They're not playing those roles by accident.

You saw last season. Everyone of consequence was injured for awhile. We actually got to see all the prospects in the top roles. And it wasn't pretty.

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Problem is they're not good enough to play elsewhere. They're not playing those roles by accident.

You saw last season. Everyone of consequence was injured for awhile. We actually got to see all the prospects in the top roles. And it wasn't pretty.
I agree and I have serious doubts that Erikkson will be much of anything. Lundqvist could fill a role similar to Barnes for years however.

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did kozlov stay in the ATL?

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did kozlov stay in the ATL?
Yep, might as well finish off this thread, he's not going to Big D.

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