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03-09-2004, 01:07 AM
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09/03/2004:Habs official Trade deadline (updated)

Habs Official trade deadline Update and News

Trade dealine:12 Pm ET for eastern trades, and 3pm eastern time when western team involved.


Eastern Conference:

Toronto:
- Leetch for Maxim Kondratiev (D), Ronde 1 2004 and Jarkko Immonen (A), Ronde 2 2005(rangers)
- Francis for a 4rd rounder

Philadelphia:
- (Zhamnov),
- Malakhov for Rick Kozak (A) and Ronde 2 2004 (rangers)

Ottawa:
- (Bondra),
- Greg De Vries (D) for Karel Rachunek (D) and Alexandre Giroux (C)

Boston:
- Gonchar for Shaone Morrisonn (D) and Ronde 1 2004, Ronde 2 2004 (capitals)
- Nylander for 2nd rounder 2006 and future considerations (capitals)
- Brad Boyes (C) Andy Delmore (D) for jillson (sharks)

Montreal:
- Kovalev for Balej and a 2nd rounder 2004 (rangers),
- Dowd for a 4 rounder 2004 (wild)
- Vydareny for sylvain blouin. (canucks)

New Jersey:
- Kozlov for Christian Berglund (A) and Victor Uchevatov (D)(panthers)
- Hrdina for Michael Rupp (A) and Ronde 2 2004 (coyotes)

New-York Islanders:
- Webb for Nasreddine(pens)
- Karpotsev for a 4th rounder in 2005(blackhawks)

Tampa Bay:
- Neckar for a 6th rounder in 2004

Western Conference:

Colorado: Barnaby, Salo, gratton, Vaananen
Detroit: Lang
Vancouver: Rucinsky, Sanderson, Bergevin, Varlamov
Dallas: Therien, Bure V
Calgary: Simon, Nilson
Los Angeles: Dempsey, Carter
San jose: Brown
Nashville: (Sullivan), Zholtok, Bombardir, Hnidy
St louis: Sillinger, Savage
Phoenix: (Comrie), Morris, Ballard

*Special* #2
*Alexei kovalev !!!


Analysis:

Biggest Surprise untill now, Bob "Pokerface" Gainey caught everyone by surprise. In return of Balej and a 2nd rounder, the rangers sent the talented russian Forward Kovalev who becomes an UFA by the end of the year. Nevertheless, Montreal now has the winged sniper he always wanted/needed and koivu has now a complete Trio worth of the top Nhl Lines.

*Jim Dowd


Analysis:

Minnesota shipped Jim Dowd In Montreal for a 4rth rounder. Experienced player, he helpe the wild go as far as the final last year and brings depth and "panache" to the lineup. Begin found himself a good friend who does the little things that are so usefull for a team.

*Rene Vydareny


Analysis: (From Hochey's future)

A highly-skilled player, he relied mostly on his offensive skills while in junior (both in Slovakia and with Rimouski), so his defensive skills were more or less neglected until this season. However, his offensive skill set is impressive. Vydareny boasts a hard shot from the point, which is also usually on net, excellent skating skills, including good speed and acceleration. His first pass out of the zone is solid and usually on target.

Defensively, however, a lot of work still remains to be done. Positionally, he's below-average, with good foot-speed that lets him process the game quicker; and to get back into position. Vydareny pinches too often, and ends up getting burned down at the other end. He's not physical, but that can be fixed eventually.

Code:
Eastern Conference Standings:
  Team                  GP      Pts 
 1.  	* Tampa Bay  	69  	91  
 2. 	* Philadelphia 	70 	88  
 3. 	* Ottawa 	69 	88 
 4. 	Toronto 	69 	86  
 5. 	Boston 	        69 	85  
 6. 	New Jersey 	68 	83  
 7. 	Montreal 	71 	82  
 8. 	NY Islanders 	68 	73  
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 9. 	Buffalo 	68 	67  
 10. 	Florida 	69 	65 
 11. 	Atlanta 	69 	64  
 12. 	NY Rangers 	69 	60  
 13. 	Carolina 	67 	59  
 14. 	Washington 	69 	52  
 15. 	Pittsburgh 	69 	40
Code:
Next games
 Thu, Mar 11	Florida	7:30 pm 
 Sat, Mar 13	Toronto	7:00 pm 
 Tue, Mar 16	Colorado	7:30 pm 
 Fri, Mar 19	at New Jersey	7:30 pm
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Sources: Yahoo.ca, www.canadiens.com, www.NHL.com


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Nice stuff Catala....

It will be interesting to see if BG decides to make any more moves....at most I see a depth move but I would welcome a surprise

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BG is going for a big forward, but not for a defenceman because he judges that our defence is playing badly lately because souray is out. Once he comes back he will add more toughness and more defense

btw: markov is playing very well

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call me crasy, but i think there will be a new defenseman tomorrow in the hab line up.

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a jour/Updated

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Nice job Catala. It's too bad there hasn't been a trade in an hour and a half. Colorado got smoked on that deal, they traded two very good assets for a garbage centreman and a defensive blueliner.

I think BG will make a move.

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i'm just glad they got Salo... He is on my pool and played horribly this year but i used to love the guy. Maybe a change is what he needed.

As for their last trade, i think it was a steal in favour of the coyotes.

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The more I look at the Kovalev deal, the better I like the deal.

1) We got a a proven top-end talent top 6 forward with size upfront. That's something we don't in the WHOLE organization FOR YEARS.
2) I only have to give up Balej, a B class prospect for him. The second rounder this year accounts for nothing. The depth of the pool is shallow. You can see that since Dowd worths a 4th rounder THIS YEAR.
3) It raise the morale of the team since the trade didn't take anyone away and it shows the management cares about the team and cares about winning.
4) We may go deep in playoff and break even on the financial side.
5) It gave us, the super, loyal, extra-ordinary Habs fans something to excite and cheer about

GAINEY GAINEY

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more news on Daze...

http://www.thefourthperiod.com/chi36.html

Reports Colorado Avalanche and Montreal Canadiens are believed to be interested in Daze, however with the acquisition of Chris Gratton this morning, the Avs may be out of the running.

A trade to the Canadiens would take Daze home, the Sun-Times reports; he was born and raised in Montreal and still lives there in the offseason.

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more news on Daze...

http://www.thefourthperiod.com/chi36.html

Reports Colorado Avalanche and Montreal Canadiens are believed to be interested in Daze, however with the acquisition of Chris Gratton this morning, the Avs may be out of the running.

A trade to the Canadiens would take Daze home, the Sun-Times reports; he was born and raised in Montreal and still lives there in the offseason.
Daze in Mtl? That could be very interesting...

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hmm. all is fairly quiet so far. There haven't been any announced trades in over 2 hours, and none at all today that don't involve Colorado.

Hope it picks up

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the Leafs sign Calle Johansson (holds in the laughter)... does that count as a move?

(continues to hold in the laughter)

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the Leafs sign Calle Johansson (holds in the laughter)... does that count as a move?

(continues to hold in the laughter)
My biggest laugh of the day is the Morris trade. Avs got robbed!

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more news on Daze...

http://www.thefourthperiod.com/chi36.html

Reports Colorado Avalanche and Montreal Canadiens are believed to be interested in Daze, however with the acquisition of Chris Gratton this morning, the Avs may be out of the running.

A trade to the Canadiens would take Daze home, the Sun-Times reports; he was born and raised in Montreal and still lives there in the offseason.
I'd love to see Daze in Montreal. Why not? He sure won't cost us much.

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I'd love to see Daze in Montreal. Why not? He sure won't cost us much.
Depends what it would take. I wouldnt give up a roster player unless his name was Sundstrom or Dagenais or Perreault, I wouldnt give up a 1st and I wouldnt give up a better prospect then Plekanec. Basically is draft picks and a lesser prospect, which is the cost IMO. After that, I would go for a faster more physicall 3rd line RW then Sundstrom (Washington might have one?) and a 6th/7th defensemen, they are very important for the playoffs.

Basically, what I'm saying is:

Zednik-Koivu-Kovalev
Daze-Ribeiro-Ryder
Bulis-Begin-Grier(or Wright, something like that)
Langdon-Dowd-Ward
Keep some players for depth.

Markov-Rivet
Souray-Quintal
Richardson(maybe?)-Brisebois
Bouillon, Komisarek

I think we'd be ready with something like that, good size, speed and strength. Nice depth also. It would cost a few draft picks, but with the upcoming lock-out, its worth it.

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Isn't Dazé's back a big problem? I wouldn't pay too much for him. He is way too injury prone.

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Apparently The Score has said that BG is talking with Minny, again.

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Bah even if we stay put today I'll still be satisfied. Look how well the team is playing, doesn't that account for anything? We're even playing without Kovalev, Bulis and Sundstrom!

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Bah even if we stay put today I'll still be satisfied. Look how well the team is playing, doesn't that account for anything? We're even playing without Kovalev, Bulis and Sundstrom!
this team's play has been a mirage during this WC trip. If you believe this team is playoff ready, I've got some swamp land in FLA to sell you.

More weight on the wings.

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Apparently The Score has said that BG is talking with Minny, again.

Maybe Brunette to add scoring?

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btw... the st. louis newspaper is saying the blues are interested in Perreault

AND... i just heard on The Score... Souray's doing much better and should be back soon, he was practising today... Souray said he's feeling good

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Maybe Brunette to add scoring?
... and/or Willie Mitchell - a young Stephan Quintal I've heard it said??

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Maybe Brunette to add scoring?
or Dupuis? Or Gaborik?
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As for Daze... it would be fun to see in CH, but I hope Gainey is careful not to trade more of our future, not anyone playing with Bulldogs atleast. Balej, 2nd and 4th is a big chunk for playoffs rentals already.

Maybe Korpikari would attract them? Hes been playing for same team as Blackhawks prospects Viuhkola and Kukkonen. And Dagenais as a warm body to take Erics place.

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Kilger placed on waivers and claimed by the Maple Leafs according to the score.

Things that make you go Hmmmmmmmm..................................

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Habs Official trade deadline Update and News

Trade dealine:12 Pm ET for eastern trades, and 3pm eastern time when western team involved.
So does this mean we can officially rule out any dealings with Carolina (and any other team in the Eastern Time Zone?

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