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08-11-2004, 01:54 PM
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Micheal Nylander a sabres shouldve

I still disspointed that the sabres did not talk with Nylander he signed a 3 year deal with Nyr for only like 2.8 and 3 and 3 for the next years he is tottaly worth it why wouldnt the sabres go for that kinda money and that kinda a player
Nylander and Satan wooohoo

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I still disspointed that the sabres did not talk with Nylander he signed a 3 year deal with Nyr for only like 2.8 and 3 and 3 for the next years he is tottaly worth it why wouldnt the sabres go for that kinda money and that kinda a player
Nylander and Satan wooohoo
Yeah, because we don't have 65 non physical centers already.

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is right. But not because Nylander went to the Rangers....

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We Are Lacking Quality Defenseman, Not Centers!

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We def need More Solid Defense. Nylander is too pricy and I believe Samsanov made him look good for the B's late last season. I really think he is a good player but is NOT what we need right now. Don't blame Darcy for not picking up this guy.

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Hmmm... throw another $3 million per at a top 6 forward when those ranks are already overcrowded and in many cases (Briere, Hecht, Dumont) escalating in cost. Or try to keep enough working room to resign Zhitnik....

Not much debate there for me. I have no issue with them not going after Nylander at the price the Rangers signed him for. None.

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Hmmm... throw another $3 million per at a top 6 forward when those ranks are already overcrowded and in many cases (Briere, Hecht, Dumont) escalating in cost. Or try to keep enough working room to resign Zhitnik....

Not much debate there for me. I have no issue with them not going after Nylander at the price the Rangers signed him for. None.
Gotta agree here, Chain. Two years ago? Before getting Drury, Hecht and Briere, sure. Now? No way, not unless Satan was going somewhere else first. Shoring up the defense either by re-signing Z or signing someone else is what we NEED to do.

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From Kevin Dupont's article in today's the Boston Globe:
According to O'Connell, the Bruins offered Nylander a four-year pact worth a guaranteed $12.8 million. But Nylander, dealt to the Hub of Hockey last March for a second-round draft pick, accepted a four-year deal that will pay him at least $12.9 million. He can bump that up to $13.9 million, depending on how the option year (No. 4) is triggered.

In other words the option for the 4th year can be triggered by the club, the player, or both parties. Sounds very similar to the three-tiered option Sean Burke had in his contract. I thought the contract as originally reported was too high.

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