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07-01-2011, 09:46 PM
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I'd offer 2012 1st, 2012 3rd, 2013 1st, Boychuk, Campbell, Sauve, Bartkowski
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Bergeron+Boychuk+3rd for Yandle +1st

LMFAO good thing you two aren't GMs



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To put this into perspective, there will be 5+ teams seriously interested in Yandle. Many are a year or two into a rebuild and will view Yandle as their #1 defenceman right now, and their franchise defenceman in the near future. For the Bruins to get Yandle they'd have to out bid every team in the league. As a baseline, any offer than isn't better than Eberle has absolutely no chance of being the best offer.

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07-01-2011, 09:52 PM
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Bergeron+Boychuk+3rd for Yandle +1st

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OK, I guess I have more to say. How is Koko and Pouliot in there next year? If there is a darkhorse young gun to make the team, I'd say it is either Spooner or Knight. Koko is what...17??? If this is a projected lineup for future years, I think Paille/Campbell/Thornton/Kelly/Peverly need a * since they are all UFA after next year.

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07-01-2011, 09:57 PM
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I would think they would want a roster player, which could be hard to accomodate.

I'd also be loathe to trade Hamilton, as he (very realistically) could be better than Yandle.

If I were Phoenix, to make this trade worth my while, I would want a lot of high quality assets who are close to contributing. Here is the best package I can come up with:

Spooner
Knight
Sauve
Cross

Four potentially good players (some with even higher upside) for a very good player could be a fair deal.

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What happened to all the 'Kampfer can do the job just fine' talk?

Rask, Caron, 1st for Yandle, who then costs $6.5m to sign.

That was in lieu of paying Kaberle big money. Yandle I can handle.

How do you feel about that trade proposal you just made? I think it is OK.

Not sure if it would cost $6.5 million to sign him.

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I would think they would want a roster player, which could be hard to accomodate.

I'd also be loathe to trade Hamilton, as he (very realistically) could be better than Yandle.

If I were Phoenix, to make this trade worth my while, I would
want a lot of high quality assets
who are close to contributing. Here is the best package I can come up with:

Spooner
Knight
Sauve
Cross


Four potentially good players (some with even higher upside) for a very good player could be a fair deal.
That gives them four guys who, in
all likelihood, won't be in the NHL next year. I don't know much about
Phoenix but I bet they would want
at least one quality
EDIT my bad, I clearly did not read your post carefully enough.


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yeesh

im all set with these overpayments

I am SO glad our GM is calm and not a knee jerk head case. My god I'd be ripping my hair out if we gave up assets like that for one player who hasn't proven much, isnt physical, and takes less shots than a nun. PASS


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07-01-2011, 10:04 PM
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yeesh

im all set with these overpayments
Grass is greener syndrome in full bloom.

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Grass is greener syndrome in full bloom.
And then some of us realize that there are really good players who dont play for the Bruins.

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And then some of us realize that there are really good players who dont pay for the Bruins.
And then we realize that other teams also like really good players, so we won't get them unless we give up our own really good players and a lot of money. It isn't always worth it. In fact, it usually isn't. There's a reason why Chiarelli won't get Yandle and it's not because Chiarelli's a moron or because he's lazy.

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LMFAO good thing you two aren't GMs


What do you think it would take to get Yandle?

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Any deal for yandle starts with either Rask or seguin and a top prospect like spooner, knight, or suave.

I'd think pc won't deal either of those players as we have a very thin goalie pool and seguin has too much potential. The b's don't need him that much and the 6+ mil he'll need to sign doesn't work for pc. But the thought of having yandle is a definate pantstent. The lack of having next years second round pick prevents a realistic offer sheet

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And then we realize that other teams also like really good players, so we won't get them unless we give up our own really good players and a lot of money. It isn't always worth it. In fact, it usually isn't. There's a reason why Chiarelli won't get Yandle and it's not because Chiarelli's a moron or because he's lazy.
Yes yes...give to get...I dont need the 101 speech.

But a short history lesson for you.....it is exactly what he just did with Kaberle as a rental. So while I agree it isnt likely I will say that it isnt out of the realm of possibility.

As far as the moron and lazy comment.....well that is you just throwing in words I didnt use so I have no idea what you are addressing there or if you are just trying to entertain yourself.

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Is he worth Hamilton, 2013 first, and one of Caron, Spooner, Knight? It pretty much empties the cupboard. I don't know, don't watch the Yotes' ever.

I would say the Bruins are not in a good spot to get this player because they are not deep in young assets.

Hamilton could be a better player in a few short years anyway so the Bruins should be in no hurry to make a move that includes him.

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Yes yes...give to get...I dont need the 101 speech.

But a short history lesson for you.....it is exactly what he just did with Kaberle as a rental. So while I agree it isnt likely I will say that it isnt out of the realm of possibility.

As far as the moron and lazy comment.....well that is you just throwing in words I didnt use so I have no idea what you are addressing there or if you are just trying to entertain yourself.
I didn't say you used those words. I'm just saying that when Chiarelli doesn't trade for Yandle (just a prediction, I know), it won't be because he made the wrong choice. And the Kaberle situation was completely different. You know that. Expiring contract, cheaper in terms of players, less risk, all that stuff.

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Hamilton is not going anywhere. He will end up better than Yandle when it's all said and done. (And I Love Yandle)

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WOW guys and gals

this isn't Zach Parise we're talking about

Yandle is a good player, but were far better off keeping those assets and going with what we have at the moment

hell id rather give Kaberle what he wants than trade the kind of assets some of you are talking for Yandle, and I dont want Kaberle long term

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No chance I would trade Rask for him. That would basically be a win now move, and the point of the past 2-3 years has been to build a team that can win both now and in the future. We would basically be throwing away everything we have been building towards with one move.

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Some people should not be allowed to respond with trade proposals when they haven't got a clue. Seriously Chris Kelly and/or Paille? Get a clue.

Starts at Rask, Caron and 1st, no question.

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What do you think it would take to get Yandle?
It's not a matter of what it would take, it's a matter of is that a good idea for Boston

fwiw, Pheonix would probably want Rask, a top defensive prospect, and a first.

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It's not a matter of what it would take, it's a matter of is that a good idea for Boston

fwiw, Pheonix would probably want Rask, a top defensive prospect, and a first.
Pass.

Thankfully, Chiarelli isn't about to start ripping up this team to pick up every fan's favorite Wanna-B. This isn't Philly (thank goodness).

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Any deal for yandle starts with either Rask or seguin and a top prospect like spooner, knight, or suave.

I'd think pc won't deal either of those players as we have a very thin goalie pool and seguin has too much potential. The b's don't need him that much and the 6+ mil he'll need to sign doesn't work for pc. But the thought of having yandle is a definate pantstent. The lack of having next years second round pick prevents a realistic offer sheet
...or teams could just offer sheet him? It happens about once a year. There is a possibility Yandle could be the guy.

The Bruins could offer him $40M for 10 years, aka the same deal Ehrhoff just received but Yandle is 4 years younger.

14-8-4-4-4-2-2-2

I don't think the Coyotes match this and then they don't end up seeing the whole return for four years.

Instead they could work put a deal with the Bruins combining draft picks, prospects and lower tier players. Include Rask, Seguin and/or Hamilton, no way when they can just give up 4 late firsts.

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...or teams could just offer sheet him? It happens about once a year. There is a possibility Yandle could be the guy.

The Bruins could offer him $40M for 10 years, aka the same deal Ehrhoff just received but Yandle is 4 years younger.

14-8-4-4-4-2-2-2

I don't think the Coyotes match this and then they don't end up seeing the whole return for four years.

Instead they could work put a deal with the Bruins combining draft picks, prospects and lower tier players. Include Rask, Seguin and/or Hamilton, no way when they can just give up 4 late firsts.
No they cant offer sheet at 10 years 40 m. They are without next year's 2nd round pick. The only offer sheet they can do is for the firsts.

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Pass.

Thankfully, Chiarelli isn't about to start ripping up this team to pick up every fan's favorite Wanna-B. This isn't Philly (thank goodness).
Amen sister!

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