is no move a good move

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    is no move a good move

     why dont we go on a limb and get some real guns . heck we dont draft well . it would be fun to see a guy like kovalchuk skate the whole ice and snap a shot to the high glove hand. our players cant even lift the puck . 
    to stand pat we might not make the playoffs we are losing to last place teams we are going down we need a big move not a little one to right this ship 
     
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    Re: is no move a good move

    Right now no move would most likely take the Bruins out of the playoffs. The big question is what and who we can trade for. Our trade bait except for the picks are not very enticing right now. I would trade any forward and the picks for Kovie. The Bruins can no longer stand on what they did last year the time to move is now before teams totaly forget about last year and start seeing what players such as Ryder, Krejci, ect. are doing this year!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Re: is no move a good move

    I think the Bs will make that move for sure. Will it be the real game breaker that we really need (Kovalchuk) probably not but come March when teams that know there not going to make it will want to unload some high priced talent.

    So "NO!" no move is not a good move. Remember this as well are team is stocked right now with Defense IMO so other teams need some D help. Plus because of our Goaltending were still in a decent position.

     
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