Biggest move this off-season??

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    Biggest move this off-season??




    I think there will be a lot of movement this off-season via trades, what do you guys think will be the biggest. Of course we have the rumors, some come to fruition, most don't but there always seems to be one that comes out of nowhere. I think we could have a big one this off-season. The last few summer I would have guessed Edmonton, and they never do anything.


    If Stanley is at the draft table that will be a shocker, even more so if he is not tackled by Phillys' finest moments later.

     
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    I was reading that it looks like there might be a lot of bidders for Evander Kane. Any truth to that you think? It sounded like PC kind of covets Evander. 

    Everyone seems to be hung up on Kesler to be traded somewhere and where he will fit the best. Where do you think he will end up? Not Boston I know that. Just in case someone wanted to point out I am not so smart for bringing it up.


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    Andy Strickland: P.K. Subban is looking for a bigger contract than the Blues gave Alex Pietrangelo, seven years and $45.5 million.
    Jason Gregor: If P.K. Subban was only asking for $6.5 million, the Canadiens would have already signed him. Source said a couple weeks ago that Subban’s camp asked for over $8 million a season.

     


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    I think there will be a lot of movement this off-season via trades, what do you guys think will be the biggest. Of course we have the rumors, some come to fruition, most don't but there always seems to be one that comes out of nowhere. I think we could have a big one this off-season. The last few summer I would have guessed Edmonton, and they never do anything.

     

    If Stanley is at the draft table that will be a shocker, even more so if he is not tackled by Phillys' finest moments later.

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    If he is at the draft table I will hate him forever.  I hate people whose ego exceeds their ability and force themselves into such places.  Your mileage may differ, you might admire the kissing bandit, but when I become world dictator it will be a capital offense (along with an assortment of traffic crimes).  If he's at the draft table, I will go on an unrelenting all out war with Stanley.  If Stanley has gotten as far as he says he says, he's distracting professionals from their work.

     
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    Andy Strickland: P.K. Subban is looking for a bigger contract than the Blues gave Alex Pietrangelo, seven years and $45.5 million.
    Jason Gregor: If P.K. Subban was only asking for $6.5 million, the Canadiens would have already signed him. Source said a couple weeks ago that Subban’s camp asked for over $8 million a season.

     


    Bobby Orr, Ray Bourque, Patrice Bergeron traditions die hard in Boston

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    Given what Phaneuf is getting - cap max is what PK should get.

     
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    I think you are going to see some big changes in Pittsburgh.

    MAF, Letang, Neal and more may all be moved imho

     

     
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    I think you are going to see some big changes in Pittsburgh.

    MAF, Letang, Neal and more may all be moved imho

     

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    I think at the very least MAF and Neal WILL be moved.  Pitt is gonna look interesting next year.

     
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    I also wonder what Colorado is going to be like next season if they lose both Stastny and O'Rielly. Could be a possibility and the Aves are no longer sharks at the UFA table anymore. Those are two quality centers.

     

     
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    I also wonder what Colorado is going to be like next season if they lose both Stastny and O'Rielly. Could be a possibility and the Aves are no longer sharks at the UFA table anymore. Those are two quality centers.

     

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    Yeah I have a feeling they will have to choose one or the other. Unless they both take discounts, which they may considering how well the Avs did last year.

     
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    Yeah I have a feeling they will have to choose one or the other. Unless they both take discounts, which they may considering how well the Avs did last year.

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    True. I doubt either are going to take "hometown" discounts though. Those are fan pipedreams and both are entering their prime. Not gonna happen.

     

     

     
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    Nail on the head....I can see Colorado and Pittsburgh end up with a swap of some very talented players.

    I also think Tampa will make a run and land a couple strong veteran options to surround StamPkos and the rookies. Paging Joe Thornton and Mike Cammalleri. Maybe Hiller gets signed to hedge bets on Bishop. Would laugh to see them pry Markov from the Habs, and maybe take a run at Orpik or Schultz for some depth. Tampa will make moves.

     
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    I also wonder what Colorado is going to be like next season if they lose both Stastny and O'Rielly. Could be a possibility and the Aves are no longer sharks at the UFA table anymore. Those are two quality centers.

     

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    Colorado has scheduled a press conference for tomorrow, which I am assuming will be to announce a deal for Stastny.  That kinda surprises me, but I can't think of what else this presser would be about.

    They have said they will go to arbitration on O'Reilly.  They'll probably save some money, but will also alienate one of their best, young players and lend credence to the widely-held notion that they are cheap and somewhat incompetent in their free-agent dealings.

    Stanley at the draft table is one of my favorite fake (Onion-esce) stories for 2014.  For some reason I keep thinking of fictional characters that remind me of Stanley's delusions.  For the literary-inclined here, which of the following characters does Stanley remind you most of:

    1. Captain Kurtz - Heart of Darkness

    2. Billy Pilgrim - Slaughterhouse Five

    3. Teddy Daniels - Shutter Island

    4. Lennie Small - Of Mice and Men

    5. Other? 

     
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    I think you are going to see some big changes in Pittsburgh.

    MAF, Letang, Neal and more may all be moved imho

     

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    if you were a gm, would you pick up Letang's contract?....

    Neal's as good as gone....  his agent already said that some teams have expressed interest....

     
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    I also wonder what Colorado is going to be like next season if they lose both Stastny and O'Rielly. Could be a possibility and the Aves are no longer sharks at the UFA table anymore. Those are two quality centers.

     

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    Colorado has scheduled a press conference for tomorrow, which I am assuming will be to announce a deal for Stastny.  That kinda surprises me, but I can't think of what else this presser would be about.

    They have said they will go to arbitration on O'Reilly.  They'll probably save some money, but will also alienate one of their best, young players and lend credence to the widely-held notion that they are cheap and somewhat incompetent in their free-agent dealings.

    Stanley at the draft table is one of my favorite fake (Onion-esce) stories for 2014.  For some reason I keep thinking of fictional characters that remind me of Stanley's delusions.  For the literary-inclined here, which of the following characters does Stanley remind you most of:

    1. Captain Kurtz - Heart of Darkness

    2. Billy Pilgrim - Slaughterhouse Five

    3. Teddy Daniels - Shutter Island

    4. Lennie Small - Of Mice and Men

    5. Other? 

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    5. Others

    combination of

    a) Don Quixote

    b) Hunter S Thomson - Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

     

     
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    if you were a gm, would you pick up Letang's contract?....

    Neal's as good as gone....  his agent already said that some teams have expressed interest....

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    I would if I were EDM or FLA...a team with cap space and a burning desire to show improvement. That said, the real question is if Letang wants to play for them...

     

     

     
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    I also wonder what Colorado is going to be like next season if they lose both Stastny and O'Rielly. Could be a possibility and the Aves are no longer sharks at the UFA table anymore. Those are two quality centers.

     

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    Colorado has scheduled a press conference for tomorrow, which I am assuming will be to announce a deal for Stastny.  That kinda surprises me, but I can't think of what else this presser would be about.

    They have said they will go to arbitration on O'Reilly.  They'll probably save some money, but will also alienate one of their best, young players and lend credence to the widely-held notion that they are cheap and somewhat incompetent in their free-agent dealings.

    Stanley at the draft table is one of my favorite fake (Onion-esce) stories for 2014.  For some reason I keep thinking of fictional characters that remind me of Stanley's delusions.  For the literary-inclined here, which of the following characters does Stanley remind you most of:

    1. Captain Kurtz - Heart of Darkness

    2. Billy Pilgrim - Slaughterhouse Five

    3. Teddy Daniels - Shutter Island

    4. Lennie Small - Of Mice and Men

    5. Other? 

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    how about Lloyd in "dumb & dumber"....  "so you're telling me there's a chance"....

    Stanley's got as much a chance of being a gm as Lloyd had of hooking up with the babe....

     
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    I think Matt Moulson is a perfect fit for Pittsburgh. He's put 20 up on the power play alone.




     
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    I also wonder what Colorado is going to be like next season if they lose both Stastny and O'Rielly. Could be a possibility and the Aves are no longer sharks at the UFA table anymore. Those are two quality centers.

     

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    Colorado has scheduled a press conference for tomorrow, which I am assuming will be to announce a deal for Stastny.  That kinda surprises me, but I can't think of what else this presser would be about.

    They have said they will go to arbitration on O'Reilly.  They'll probably save some money, but will also alienate one of their best, young players and lend credence to the widely-held notion that they are cheap and somewhat incompetent in their free-agent dealings.

    Stanley at the draft table is one of my favorite fake (Onion-esce) stories for 2014.  For some reason I keep thinking of fictional characters that remind me of Stanley's delusions.  For the literary-inclined here, which of the following characters does Stanley remind you most of:

    1. Captain Kurtz - Heart of Darkness

    2. Billy Pilgrim - Slaughterhouse Five

    3. Teddy Daniels - Shutter Island

    4. Lennie Small - Of Mice and Men

    5. Other? 

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    how about Lloyd in "dumb & dumber"....  "so you're telling me there's a chance"....

    Stanley's got as much a chance of being a gm as Lloyd had of hooking up with the babe....

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    Walter Mitty

     

     

     
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    I also wonder what Colorado is going to be like next season if they lose both Stastny and O'Rielly. Could be a possibility and the Aves are no longer sharks at the UFA table anymore. Those are two quality centers.

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Colorado has scheduled a press conference for tomorrow, which I am assuming will be to announce a deal for Stastny.  That kinda surprises me, but I can't think of what else this presser would be about.

    They have said they will go to arbitration on O'Reilly.  They'll probably save some money, but will also alienate one of their best, young players and lend credence to the widely-held notion that they are cheap and somewhat incompetent in their free-agent dealings.

    Stanley at the draft table is one of my favorite fake (Onion-esce) stories for 2014.  For some reason I keep thinking of fictional characters that remind me of Stanley's delusions.  For the literary-inclined here, which of the following characters does Stanley remind you most of:

    1. Captain Kurtz - Heart of Darkness

    2. Billy Pilgrim - Slaughterhouse Five

    3. Teddy Daniels - Shutter Island

    4. Lennie Small - Of Mice and Men

    5. Other? 

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    how about Lloyd in "dumb & dumber"....  "so you're telling me there's a chance"....

    Stanley's got as much a chance of being a gm as Lloyd had of hooking up with the babe....

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    Stanley isn't as smart as Lloyd so that hurts his chances a bit.

     
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    Stanley isn't as smart as Lloyd so that hurts his chances a bit.

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    Stanley isn't as stupid as he wants us to believe.  He has a degree from McGill.  I think it's a weird sexual thing with him.  He's like a guy who seems normal and successful in everyday life, but in private likes to dress in a diaper and pretend he's a baby while sucking on a woman's breasts.  Stanley is probably sitting in front of his computer and spanking it while reading the responses he gets about all his nonsense.

     
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    Stanley isn't as smart as Lloyd so that hurts his chances a bit.

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    Stanley isn't as stupid as he wants us to believe.  He has a degree from McGill.  I think it's a weird sexual thing with him.  He's like a guy who seems normal and successful in everyday life, but in private likes to dress in a diaper and pretend he's a baby while sucking on a woman's breasts.  Stanley is probably sitting in front of his computer and spanking it while reading the responses he gets about all his nonsense.

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    Maybe in the theater during a matinee showing of Dumb and Dumber.....Harry Dunne

     
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    Wow.  That took a weird turn.

     

     

    Are you not entertained?!?!

     
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    Biggest move this off-season?  My bowels if Stanley is at that draft table.

     
     
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    Biggest move this off-season?  My bowels if Stanley is at that draft table.

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    Krejci and 40 other things for Ryan johansen

     
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    5. Others

    combination of

    a) Don Quixote

    b) Hunter S Thomson - Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

     

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    6. One of the brain dead zombies from the series " Walking Dead ".

     

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