NHL will allow teams two contract buyouts in 2013-14; who gets them ?

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    Re: NHL will allow teams two contract buyouts in 2013-14; who gets them ?

    Elliotte Friedman from HNIC reports that there is interest in signing Wade Redden when he's bought out. Columbus, Edmonton and the Bruins were 3 teams that he mentioned in a radio interview.

     
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    The Bruins? Why on earth would PC want him? He's not tough, has little offensive capability left, and is deficient defensively. And we all thought Corvo was bad? Just wait until Redden suits up. Friedman must be talking out his backside...

     
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    So Redden instead of Johnson and PBruins callups then if Chiarelli is indeed interested. That means PC has concerns, scrambling for Mottau and Hnidy not in the cards this spring.

     
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    In response to jmwalters' comment:
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    The Bruins? Why on earth would PC want him? He's not tough, has little offensive capability left, and is deficient defensively. And we all thought Corvo was bad? Just wait until Redden suits up. Friedman must be talking out his backside...

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    You forget that Chiarelli worked for the Sens when Redden was there as Chara's partner. His idea of how he plays might be just a little different then how you picture him. He has also played in close proximity to Boston recently so more then likely the pro scouts have a good read on how he's playing.

    And jm, just because someone isn't a fan of the player or the rumour, doesn't mean there can't be validity behind it . Talking out of his backside is not Friedman's style. 


     
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