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02-02-2009, 09:08 PM
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That was the point.



I just thought that Schenn would want to put on a good showing when he has already been glove-punched by Kennedy and challenged.

Also, you must not watch TFK much. He was on pace for alomost 60 points this season before being injured.



If they would have got a chance to throw punches, I think it would have been a good fight. Kennedy gets really pissed off when he fights and throws a lot of punches.
comon guys kenedy would get hammered
anyways even if he did fight him
schen just turned ninteen

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02-02-2009, 09:24 PM
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You're not serious, I hope.
ye im serious
why would it be a good reason
to give all your tallent away
and set back the rebuild

please dont tell me that it is better to
build through trades than the draft

it might look like a good trade for the leafs talent wise
but what good would malkin do when playing with AHLers

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02-02-2009, 09:40 PM
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ye im serious
why would it be a good reason
to give all your tallent away
and set back the rebuild

please dont tell me that it is better to
build through trades than the draft

it might look like a good trade for the leafs talent wise
but what good would malkin do when playing with AHLers
Malkin
would turn them
into
NHL superstars
very quickly

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02-02-2009, 09:54 PM
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Okay, I stand corrected.

Leafs fans ARE dumber than Canucks fans.

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02-02-2009, 09:59 PM
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To Pittsburgh: Luke Schenn, Tomas Kaberle, Nik Antropov, Mat Stajan and Toronto's 1st in 2009 and 2nd rounder in 2010


To Toronto: Evgeni Malkin, Phillippe Boucher (Salary dump) and Pittsburgh's 1st round pick in 20009.

Pittsburgh severley strengthens their blue line for many years to come while adding two young top 6 forwards and a possible lottery pick.


Toronto gets a franchise center and retains at least a late first rounder in a deep draft.
(shoots self in head)

Either this is a sarcastic post or you have been drinking tonight. I know you are capable of better posts than this Richardn

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02-02-2009, 10:07 PM
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I wouldn't trade a guy- a 19 yr. old (Schenn) who pounds the stars of the league like Malkin into the boards and then beats the crap out of the guy (twice mind you) who sticks up for that star and has them whining and *****ing afterwards. Likewise a team wouldn't trade the leading point scorer in the league. In fact they would probably keep him over Crosby. Plus Malkin's defensive lapses and turnovers are comedical. At the same time though how long will Pitts go on with sitting in 9th-11th with over $21 million for 3 centres and doodoo wingers and D?
I watched Luke Schenn in person last week in Minnesota (minus 3) and to say you wouldn't trade him straight up for Malkin says more about you than anything

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02-02-2009, 10:16 PM
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I watched Luke Schenn in person last week in Minnesota (minus 3) and to say you wouldn't trade him straight up for Malkin says more about you than anything
While I do agree with your conclusion, I do question your hockey sense when you base a trade on one game. And one of the entire teams worst games of the season. (Hard to be in the plus when you lose 6-1)

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ye im serious
why would it be a good reason
to give all your tallent away
and set back the rebuild

please dont tell me that it is better to
build through trades than the draft

it might look like a good trade for the leafs talent wise
but what good would malkin do when playing with AHLers
Are you writing posts or poetry? Because either way its not working.

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02-02-2009, 11:29 PM
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Mods, can I ask something?...

Why the HELL do all threads like this involving the Penguins last 3 pages (at least), yet, other, even more realistic proposals (still not good ones, but better than this bull) get closed immediately?????

Thanks, I'll wait for the answer.

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02-03-2009, 12:17 AM
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To Pittsburgh: Luke Schenn, Tomas Kaberle, Nik Antropov, Mat Stajan and Toronto's 1st in 2009 and 2nd rounder in 2010


To Toronto: Evgeni Malkin, Phillippe Boucher (Salary dump) and Pittsburgh's 1st round pick in 20009.

Pittsburgh severley strengthens their blue line for many years to come while adding two young top 6 forwards and a possible lottery pick.


Toronto gets a franchise center and retains at least a late first rounder in a deep draft.
Is that supposed to be a good draft?

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02-03-2009, 02:01 AM
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Malkin
would turn them
into
NHL superstars
very quickly
And we would still be bad. Look at the pens.

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02-03-2009, 02:31 AM
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Malkin
would turn them
into
NHL superstars
very quickly
so you are sayin malkin would turn
guys like blake, mayers and
mitchell into superstars
you must be kidding me

if the laefs evermade that trade
malkin would be the only good player on the
leafs

that trade would set us back

having a superstar dousnt get you wins
having a good team does

and by the way are the pens in a playoff spot anyway

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02-03-2009, 02:53 AM
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To Pittsburgh: Luke Schenn, Tomas Kaberle, Nik Antropov, Mat Stajan and Toronto's 1st in 2009 and 2nd rounder in 2010


To Toronto: Evgeni Malkin, Phillippe Boucher (Salary dump) and Pittsburgh's 1st round pick in 20009.

Pittsburgh severley strengthens their blue line for many years to come while adding two young top 6 forwards and a possible lottery pick.


Toronto gets a franchise center and retains at least a late first rounder in a deep draft.

that trade doesn't make sense when we don't even have a good team in Toronto

why give up everything of value for malkin
when he isn't gonna make us competative
all by himself

is malkin realy worth two top five pickes a second
kaberle and two solid forward

this would be a good trade for the leafs if they werent rebuilding
but who would malkin even play wit black and stepniak
give me a brake

it is so better to rebuild

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02-03-2009, 04:51 AM
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how is this thread still going?

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how is this thread still going?
Because stupid threads involving the Pens are fair game at HF.

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02-03-2009, 08:12 AM
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To Pittsburgh: Luke Schenn, Tomas Kaberle, Nik Antropov, Mat Stajan and Toronto's 1st in 2009 and 2nd rounder in 2010


To Toronto: Evgeni Malkin, Phillippe Boucher (Salary dump) and Pittsburgh's 1st round pick in 20009.

Pittsburgh severley strengthens their blue line for many years to come while adding two young top 6 forwards and a possible lottery pick.


Toronto gets a franchise center and retains at least a late first rounder in a deep draft.
Schenn- ok player player with upside = prospect and a 1st
Kaberle- very good player nice salary= low 1st rd pick and mid-level prospect
Antropov- crap= low 2nd if u r luckly
Stajan- 3rd/4th line player on most teams= low 3rd rd pick
1st rd 09 2nd 10 ok
Toronto would have to add at least 4 1st rd picks. Just to get Malkin forget others
Again leafs fans totally over value there players. This package = crap for gold

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so you are sayin malkin would turn
guys like blake, mayers and
mitchell into superstars
you must be kidding me

if the laefs evermade that trade
malkin would be the only good player on the
leafs

that trade would set us back

having a superstar dousnt get you wins
having a good team does

and by the way are the pens in a playoff spot anyway
I don't know
why you
are typing
like this
but
Malkin would put
the Leafs
in a playoff spot
the second
he gets
on the plane
to Toronto.

He's that
good.

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I don't know
why you
are typing
like this
but
Malkin would put
the Leafs
in a playoff spot
the second
he gets
on the plane
to Toronto.

He's that
good.
not denying that Malkin is a great player...but you're saying that Malkin in Toronto = playoffs...then shouldn't Malkin in Pittsburgh already have a playoff spot sewn up?

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And we would still be bad. Look at the pens.
I agree with you, believe me the last thing I would do is defend a Leaf trade on this board

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not denying that Malkin is a great player...but you're saying that Malkin in Toronto = playoffs...then shouldn't Malkin in Pittsburgh already have a playoff spot sewn up?
They're going to make the playoffs.

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not denying that Malkin is a great player...but you're saying that Malkin in Toronto = playoffs...then shouldn't Malkin in Pittsburgh already have a playoff spot sewn up?


but if malkin and crody are
not in the playoffs
right now , then how
would the leafs
(crapier team) make the
playoffs with just malkin

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I don't know
why you
are typing
like this
but
Malkin would put
the Leafs
in a playoff spot
the second
he gets
on the plane
to Toronto.

He's that
good.
lol you like my typing don't you

Hockey is not like basketball
were you can build a team around
one player, one player can only do so much
i would love malkin on the leafs but what
good would he do in the next 2 years or so
i dont think we would be good enough to
make the playoffs

but if we do what the chicago blackhawks
did draft well for a few years, then add
superstar players like camble when
the team has the core futer players already

if the leafs do that, in a couple of years schen,
our fist this year, and our first next year will
the face of the torotno maple leafs
then with a few good veterain free agent
signings, then we will have a solid team

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The Pens have no roster depth and in my oppinion would be better off trading Malkin now to get as many assets as they can to make their team better over all.
The Pens have roster depth everywhere except for on the wing. A draft and a free agency could take care of that. No need to trade superstars.

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Schenn- ok player player with upside = prospect and a 1st
Kaberle- very good player nice salary= low 1st rd pick and mid-level prospect
Antropov- crap= low 2nd if u r luckly
Stajan- 3rd/4th line player on most teams= low 3rd rd pick
1st rd 09 2nd 10 ok
Toronto would have to add at least 4 1st rd picks. Just to get Malkin forget others
Again leafs fans totally over value there players. This package = crap for gold
if you think malkin is gonna get that
malkin will never be traded-five first round
picks, schen, kaberle, antropov, stajan and a second
is ludacris.

anyways i see malkin going to the
kings this summer

for frolov, teubert, moller, handzus, 1rst 09, 2nd 09

and mark-andre cliche

lol just a cool name

im just waiting for pens fans
to say im just another dumb leafs fan
that doesnt know what he is talking about

oh well let me have it

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oh well let me have it
Please stop the poetry.
Please stop with the Malkin related nonsense.

Everyone will be sincerely thankful.

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