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    Quote Originally Posted by GEEMAN View Post
    Agreed on all 3 Hab players possibly being dealt . My scout buddy thinks there will be 5 major trades this summer with big names .

    Funny you brought up Nashville he still thinks they are missing one key top 6 scorer to win.

    He mentioned dont be surprised if they dont win the cup that JT ends up there in a trade for RJ . This way the Isles get something , and Poile gets he true 1C while reducing some cap .

    He thinks Kane may also end up there . As he says why not , Kane knows his Hawks are done for years to come .

    Poile has the young assets and prospects to make it happen

    As he says if Kane would accept a trade why wouldnt he go to another contender , and the Hawks would look great with Fabbro , Tolovanen , plus the cap fillers to make it happen .
    The preds won't touch fabbro.

    They need upgrades on emelin and Irwin, fabbro will provide that and hes cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altair View Post
    The preds won't touch fabbro.

    They need upgrades on emelin and Irwin, fabbro will provide that and hes cheap.
    If the Preds clearly show their lack of scoring this playoff and dont go far , I expect Poile to do whatever it takes to get a legit top line forward .

    As long as they keep 3 of their big 4 , Fabbro isnt a huge loss . Emelin and Irwin are 5th dime a dozen fillers you find anywhere .

    Kane and JT cant be found , only drafted at the top .

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    Quote Originally Posted by GEEMAN View Post
    If the Preds clearly show their lack of scoring this playoff and dont go far , I expect Poile to do whatever it takes to get a legit top line forward .

    As long as they keep 3 of their big 4 , Fabbro isnt a huge loss . Emelin and Irwin are 5th dime a dozen fillers you find anywhere .

    Kane and JT cant be found , only drafted at the top .
    Hey we just may have a legit top 6 line forward for them lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by GEEMAN View Post
    If the Preds clearly show their lack of scoring this playoff and dont go far , I expect Poile to do whatever it takes to get a legit top line forward .

    As long as they keep 3 of their big 4 , Fabbro isnt a huge loss . Emelin and Irwin are 5th dime a dozen fillers you find anywhere .

    Kane and JT cant be found , only drafted at the top .
    Would make more sense to part with a vet like Smith or a prospect like tolvanen.

    The preds have moved out quite a bit of D prospects, you can only go the well so often before it runs dry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altair View Post
    Would make more sense to part with a vet like Smith or a prospect like tolvanen.

    The preds have moved out quite a bit of D prospects, you can only go the well so often before it runs dry.
    For shits and giggles , if your second team loses in round 2 to Winnipeg with a clear lack of scoring as your culprit , would you makes these 2 deals if are presented.

    Assume all is good with players waving trade clauses or accepting the destinations .

    Tavares for RJ and Watson

    Kane for Tolvenan, Fabbro , Ellis , and Jarnkrok

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krustchev View Post
    I hear he’s pretty old.
    So are you. I bet you still have clients.
    #FireJulien#FireMarcBergevin Burn Geoff Molson in effigy! #worstmanagementstaffever

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    Quote Originally Posted by GEEMAN View Post
    For shits and giggles , if your second team loses in round 2 to Winnipeg with a clear lack of scoring as your culprit , would you makes these 2 deals if are presented.

    Assume all is good with players waving trade clauses or accepting the destinations .

    Tavares for RJ and Watson

    Kane for Tolvenan, Fabbro , Ellis , and Jarnkrok
    Yes to tavares, hell no to Kane.

    The preds let Neal go in order to keep jarnkrok, they wouldnt give up jarny plus one of their 4 horsemen plus their D with the most upside.

    The preds got to where they are because they have a elite defense, they aren't about to mess with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habsy View Post
    So are you. I bet you still have clients.
    I’m middle aged for a lawyer. Markov is old for a pro athlete.

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    Resign in disgrace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lecoqsportif View Post
    Resign in disgrace.
    I would prefer Hari Kari, but your option works too
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    When is his post mortem speech of excuses and shit spewing

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    Quote Originally Posted by GEEMAN View Post
    When is his post mortem speech of excuses and shit spewing
    Tomorrow Am separate from Molson's
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    I wish someone would have the balls to ask Molson this:

    When Marc Bergevin was hired in May 2012, the team was coming off a season where it finished with 31 wins and 78 points, with a relatively young core of Price, Markov, Pleks, MaxPac, Subban and a struggling prospect pipeline. Now it's April 2018, the sixth season since his hiring. The team finished with 29 wins and 71 points, an aging core of Price, MaxPac, Drouin, Weber, Galchenyuk and Gallagher and now has one of the worst prospect pipelines in the league.

    How can you conceivably bring back Marc Bergevin when the team, from top to bottom, has only gotten worse since his arrival?

    (But I fully expect softballs to lobbed as per usual)
    I probably work too much for my own good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habsy View Post
    I think Bozovin looks into John Carlson as UFA and possible kick the tires on Erik Karlsson but he'll be bloody expensive. I'd give up our first for him if we don't win the lottery.
    Trading Dahlin (if we won the lottery) for one year of Karlsson would be a hilarious MB move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GEEMAN View Post
    Agreed on all 3 Hab players possibly being dealt . My scout buddy thinks there will be 5 major trades this summer with big names .

    Funny you brought up Nashville he still thinks they are missing one key top 6 scorer to win.

    He mentioned dont be surprised if they dont win the cup that JT ends up there in a trade for RJ . This way the Isles get something , and Poile gets he true 1C while reducing some cap .

    He thinks Kane may also end up there . As he says why not , Kane knows his Hawks are done for years to come .

    Poile has the young assets and prospects to make it happen

    As he says if Kane would accept a trade why wouldnt he go to another contender , and the Hawks would look great with Fabbro , Tolovanen , plus the cap fillers to make it happen .
    You're "buddy" just seems like a normal guy watching hockey on the couch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainBolduke View Post
    You're "buddy" just seems like a normal guy watching hockey on the couch.
    Nope.......... I dont think his ideas are far fetched at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainBolduke View Post
    Trading Dahlin (if we won the lottery) for one year of Karlsson would be a hilarious MB move.
    Who’s insinuating this scenario?
    Go Habs Go!

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    Only JimBob.
    I probably work too much for my own good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonKay View Post
    Who’s insinuating this scenario?
    we would need to get a 2nd rounder back
    Some GMs get you to the playoffs and some GMs get you through the playoffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCountofMonteCristo View Post
    Tomorrow Am separate from Molson's
    I read they are doing it together tmrw aft.
    Some GMs get you to the playoffs and some GMs get you through the playoffs.

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