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06-29-2011, 03:04 PM
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Am I the only one who doesn't get why so many people think they need to sign a veteran guy to replace Recchi's leadership?? They just won the cup and still have guys like Chara/Ference/Seidenberg/Bergeron/Thornton around...I think they will be fine in the leadership department next season. Just try and fill Recchi's spot with the best player possible, no matter the age.
PC came out and indicated he wanted veteran leadership to replace Recchi, I think mostly folks are matching available players against what PC indicated his desire was.

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Drury rehabbed his gutted knee to get time in the playoffs and help his team. He screwed up that knee again in the playoffs and it was rumored it is still so bad he won't be able to play again.

This would appear to be a chronic physical issue so I'd have to say pass on the short term deal and money.
You are correct. We went thru this a week or so ago.
His knee is shot. He's done.

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If the knee is so bad why would they buy him out and not just put him on LTIR or have him retire from injury so that he does not hurt them cap wise like a buyout would?
Exactly, you cannot buy out an injured player, anyone remember the Glen Murray debacle...

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Exactly, you cannot buy out an injured player, anyone remember the Glen Murray debacle...
.. the big difference here being that Drury has agreed to the buyout and said outright he won't contest it.

Anyway, like I said in the last thread about Drury, no thanks, the guy's knee is pudding.

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