Marleau and Boyle

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    Marleau and Boyle

    Too much focus being put on Clowe.  Time for PC to switch gears and go after Marleau. Maybe see if Boyle can be tossed into the deal too.

     
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    $13,566,667 cap hit for those two next year. Who goes to make the cap space for next season?

     
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    Talk about going for it....lol! That would be insane in both a good and bad way.

     
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    $13,566,667 cap hit for those two next year. Who goes to make the cap space for next season?




    BINGO ! ! !

     
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    $13,566,667 cap hit for those two next year. Who goes to make the cap space for next season?

     




    Teams can now eat some cap space on trades correct? Trade Horton, Ference, picks and prospects.

     

     
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    Not all that sure Dez but there are plenty of ways to shed cap space and contracts come July 1st, so taking on some salary should not be the highest of priorities right now.

     
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    $13,566,667 cap hit for those two next year. Who goes to make the cap space for next season?

    Teams can now eat some cap space on trades correct? Trade Horton, Ference, picks and prospects.




    I like the agressive thought process but I think what Red is implying is that Horton and Ference are already off the books next year on capgeek and that is what she is looking at. Others would have to go off the books next year to fit them in.

     
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    The Sharks are just barely hanging in a playoff birth. Losing these 2 will be no play- offs.

     
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    Not all that sure Dez but there are plenty of ways to shed cap space and contracts come July 1st, so taking on some salary should not be the highest of priorities right now.




    Obviously it's Marleau I find most intriguing. He's apparently available for the 8th straight deadline. PC should make a legitimate run at him. The Sharks are still in the race so it would need to be a significant offer.

     
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    Obviously it's Marleau I find most intriguing. He's apparently available for the 8th straight deadline. PC should make a legitimate run at him. The Sharks are still in the race so it would need to be a significant offer.

     



    Maybe PC can swing a "reverse Thornton" deal and offer 3 useless plugs for Marleau....revenge baby!!

     
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    Obviously it's Marleau I find most intriguing. He's apparently available for the 8th straight deadline. PC should make a legitimate run at him. The Sharks are still in the race so it would need to be a significant offer.

     

     



    Maybe PC can swing a "reverse Thornton" deal and offer 3 useless plugs for Marleau....revenge baby!!

     




    Trade last night's 3rd line and a draft pick for him.

     
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    Trade last night's 3rd line and a draft pick for him.

     



    Certainly not our friend Caron? et tu dez?

     
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    Trade last night's 3rd line and a draft pick for him.

     

     



    Certainly not our friend Caron? et tu dez?

     




    Sure! I'm talking blockbuster here JM.

     
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    How about Yandle and Moss for Peverley, Ference, two 1st rounders, a 2nd this year and a 3rd next year?

     
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    Moss? Lets get Oliver.

     
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    Moss? Lets get Oliver.




    From Nashville?

     
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    I would love Yandle here in Boston. Phoenix apparently on the move again...again.

     
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    How about Yandle and Moss for Peverley, Ference, two 1st rounders, a 2nd this year and a 3rd next year?




    I don't mind this but substituting Moss for Peverley does not exactly strengthen up front. Some supplementary moves for forward depth would have to happen as well.

     
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    How about Yandle and Moss for Peverley, Ference, two 1st rounders, a 2nd this year and a 3rd next year?

     




    I don't mind this but substituting Moss for Peverley does not exactly strengthen up front. Some supplementary moves for forward depth would have to happen as well.

     




    Improvement is mostly on the back end with Moss/Pev being more of a lateral move. They'd get the slightly better forward and the B's would get the far better D-man (and best player in the deal).

     
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     Improvement is mostly on the back end with Moss/Pev being more of a lateral move. They'd get the slightly better forward and the B's would get the far better D-man (and best player in the deal).

     



    No arguments there. I like Moss and was hoping PC would have signed him in the offseason...instead we got Pandolfo.

    But anyway, good start.

     
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    How about Yandle and Moss for Peverley, Ference, two 1st rounders, a 2nd this year and a 3rd next year?

     




    I don't mind this but substituting Moss for Peverley does not exactly strengthen up front. Some supplementary moves for forward depth would have to happen as well.

     



    I like the Yandle idea. The Marleau idea good thought. Boyle could help them out a lot. Could PC hit a home run or will he settle for secondary moves. The Yandle idea is the best with Moss.

     
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    I like the Yandle idea. The Marleau idea good thought. Boyle could help them out a lot. Could PC hit a home run or will he settle for secondary moves. The Yandle idea is the best with Moss.

     



    At this point it is anyone's guess.

     
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    $13,566,667 cap hit for those two next year. Who goes to make the cap space for next season?

     

    Teams can now eat some cap space on trades correct? Trade Horton, Ference, picks and prospects.




     

    I like the agressive thought process but I think what Red is implying is that Horton and Ference are already off the books next year on capgeek and that is what she is looking at. Others would have to go off the books next year to fit them in.


    Yep. Even with Savard on LTIR with those two players in the mix they'd be approximately $4 million in the hole without a goaltender signed. Not doable without decent cash going back the other way.

     
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    Or you get them, and you buy them out on amnesty buyouts at the end of the year.  Easy.

     
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    Re: Marleau and Boyle

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    In response to dezaruchi's comment:

    $13,566,667 cap hit for those two next year. Who goes to make the cap space for next season?

    Teams can now eat some cap space on trades correct? Trade Horton, Ference, picks and prospects.

     

    I like the agressive thought process but I think what Red is implying is that Horton and Ference are already off the books next year on capgeek and that is what she is looking at. Others would have to go off the books next year to fit them in.


    Yep. Even with Savard on LTIR with those two players in the mix they'd be approximately $4 million in the hole without a goaltender signed. Not doable without decent cash going back the other way.




    Nowadays in sports I believe it is best to worry about tomorrow when it comes.  I wouldn't take bad contracts but I would use our 22 mil this year with the knowledge my playoff team could not return next year.  If you add good contracts, you deal players and recover spent asssets.

     

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