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  1. canadiensnation

    canadiensnation Registered User

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    Would you rather them keep him for the playoff's or ship him out for a 3rd rounder to Pittsburgh or something.
     
  2. habitue*

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    Colorado doesn't need forwards. They need d-men. At least one other with NHL experience.


    I would like Bergevin to give a push for Kyle Clifford, too.
     
  3. I'm optimistic because my anger is growing everyday with MB, and I just hope he will do his work the right way. The fact that he's a young GM doesn't smell good to me, as we've already seen examples of rookie mistakes, and the fact that he's been the big boss for only 1 ½ years makes him unpredictable..

    But I know the hell you're talking about, I'm a fan of this team since 05! Yup, still the same story!
     
  4. canadiensnation

    canadiensnation Registered User

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    This is badddddddddd, Stastny is a UFA to and Patches contract is really good.
     
  5. Habaneros

    Habaneros Habs Cup champs 2010

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    born Quebecer....Sure they can get his name on a new sheet of paper,and become the new Alex Tanquay.

    4 wins in 13 soon to be 14 or 15.....bad time to trade for many reasons.

    Therrien loves Talbot...so khacther for captian ...might be worth Elller?


    Scary times,the smell of fleece is in the air.
     
  6. Habs4thewin

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    Chill out guys... Beside the trade deadline of last season, how many trades have we seen in the entire NHL since the start of last season ?... People around here thinking that MB could make 5 moves a year are not thinking clearly... No one making trades... LA just lost their last 4 games.. Are they going to trade just for the sake of it ?... Do their fans blame their GM for that ? ... Every team have problems during the course of a season yet, we don't see much trades in the NHL these days.. What's wrong with some of you ? ...
     
  7. HabsFan76

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    If they can trade Bourque for a draft pick, I`d be ecstatic. The guy`s a waste of a roster spot and his place can be taken by Bournival/Leblanc.
     
  8. L4br3cqu3

    L4br3cqu3 U mad ?

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    What if they don't ever play better than that here ? We get stuck with them and don't get anything in return ? I know it's just speculation on their part, but I honestly wondered if they were part of the problem, the leadership group I mean... Gionta, Gorges and Markov. Gionta works hard, yeah, but is no more than a glorified 3rd liner on a good team, Gorges, well, he blocks shots and speaks loud in the locker room, but he's a 5th D on a good team, mostly. And Markov, he's been here since his beginnings, and somehow, I suspect he's one of the main antagonists in this 'mutiny' :sarcasm:

    And honestly, you really think losing Gionta and Gorges, for example, would put us in full-rebuild mode ? Come on... :shakehead
     
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    Momesso mentioned the above on Saturday, just before game time. I posted about it in two other threads. However, someone always feels compelled to start a thread when it was already posted about.
     
  10. Hackett

    Hackett BAKAMAN

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    Mb wont do any move unless it's a minor one, that is unless Molson demands it. One of the things mb has been trying to promote is patience. So its up to Molson for any significant change, I think.

    Trying to make a move under duress usually does not end up very well, though.
     
  11. Rozz

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    nicely done .. I actually was getting caught up in all the negativity around here and what you just threw out there was a nice ***** slap of truth.. or at least a ***** slap of possible truth... well played.. well played :clap:
     
  12. WhiskeySeven*

    WhiskeySeven* Expect the expected

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    Would be very, very cool if it happened this way. But I still don't trust this organization. This week will be interesting nonetheless.

    I'm going to get such a hard-on when Gionta is traded though. Umphm.
     
  13. habitue*

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    You have too much imagination. We are talking about getting PAP, here. Not Stastny or Talbot.


    Statsny might be born in QC, but he is playing for the US team ion International competition. That's where he learned his hockey and lives all his life.
     
  14. Scotianhab

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    I'd rather they fire Therrien so they can make the playoffs but if that doesn't happen then trading Gio for a 2nd/3rd rd pick is something they should consider.
     
  15. De Montreal

    De Montreal help

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    lol seriously, there is so many paranoids here that are convinced the frenchies are out to get them :laugh:
     
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    Gorges may have regressed into a borderline 2nd pairing d-man over the last few years, but we should absolutely not dump him for anything less than a return that could help us in the near-term. Unless you want both Murray and Bouillon in the lineup together.
     
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    Brian Gionta + Josh Gorges + Nathan Beaulieu
    Erik Johnson + PA Parenteau

    COL gets a defensive D-men in Gorges to replace Johnson this year
    COL also gets a PMD, which they desperately need in Beaulieu
    COL also gets Gionta to replace Parenteau
    COL saves tons of capspace for next year to sign O'reilly and Stastny

    MON gets the RW with a little more size, younger
    MON gets the RHD defenseman they need

    Ready to add Diaz or mid-propect (Thomas/Leblanc/Eliis) or mid-draft pick to swing the deal

    Think about it:
    Markov-Subban
    Emelin - Johnson
    Murray - Tinordi - Diaz - Bouillon - Drewiske - Pateryn
     
  18. Jee

    Jee Kotkaniemi :.D

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    Michel Therrien

    for

    Patrick Roy
     
  19. We get the 2 better players, they get the antiquity, a worse D than they had before and a prospect. I doubt it is fair for Col, maybe if you get ride of PAP and put instead a 2nd or 3rd rounder.
     
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    LOLL Colorado would never ever accept this trade.
     
  21. habitue*

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    That would be the best deal,and a total steal for Montreal....


    Too bad Bergevin was afraid of hiring Patrick Roy. :cry:
     
  22. Ezpz

    Ezpz No mad pls

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    Roy wanted to be GM. He didn't want to be coach. He's both in Colorado.
     
  23. habitue*

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    No, he is not. Sherman is still the GM over there. Roy have his say over personel movement, though. That's what he wanted in Montreal. he did not want the GM job, and the administrative tasks related to that position, just the hockey development side of it.
     
  24. Ezpz

    Ezpz No mad pls

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    He didn't want "his say". He wanted all say. He wanted Bergevin to completely relinquish his status as GM and become a cap guy for him. That is what Sherman is, he has no say in any part of the Avs team process.
     
  25. habitue*

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    Wow.*You know that ? :sarcasm:
     

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