Ryan Malone, the "poor man's" Nash

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    Ryan Malone, the "poor man's" Nash

    Bruins should definitely look at this as a possible trade option. He has half of Nash's cap hit with all his size and a decent, Horton like offensive ability. Folks, something needs to be done. Again, as per usual, I like Caron as part of a package for him, along with perhaps Knight (but not Spooner or Koko) and our first pick this year.  
     
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    Bruins should definitely look at this as a possible trade option. He has half of Nash's cap hit with all his size and a decent, Horton like offensive ability. Folks, something needs to be done. Again, as per usual, I like Caron as part of a package for him, along with perhaps Knight (but not Spooner or Koko) and our first pick this year.  
    Posted by OrrEspoCash

    That's a bit much, imo. 

     
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    The way I look at it Caron's still a long shot to be anything more than a number 7 forward, Knight isn't a guarantee by any means, and 2012 projects to be a weak draft. That's why I thought it would be an ok exchange.
     
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    Re: Ryan Malone, the "poor man's" Nash

    I really like Nash but I agree with you OrrEspo. Malone would be a suitable replacement an injured Horton or instead of getting fleeced for Nash. Then if we get Horton back for the playoffs we'd look really strong. Get Tampa to throw in a depth D-man like Brett Clark or Kubina as well.
     
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    Re: Ryan Malone, the "poor man's" Nash

    Malone is a good player, no where close to the skill level of Nash, Malone isnt worth Rask, but they'll ask for him. Tampa needs a goaltender more than any other team in the league, so any big deal with them will have to include a goalie. When it comes to Nash, I wouldn't be shocked to see Wsshington get involved. Leonsis looks around and sees Richards/Gaborik, Crosby/Malkin he may offer a package with Semin/Perrault/Carlson and possibly have them take Knuble of their hands or bury him in the minors. Washington has some young pieces and Semin to make the deal work.
     
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    i dont think Malone is even that close to Horton nevermind Nash, i've never been very high on him.
     
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    i dont think Malone is even that close to Horton nevermind Nash, i've never been very high on him.
    Posted by fourrings


    He's a good player, I'd take him on the Bruins but a poor mans Rick Nash may be a bit of a stretch, their games are totally different. A poor mans Gary Roberts I can live with.
     
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    Re: Ryan Malone, the "poor man's" Nash

    Lelvana, I agree on your "poor man's Gary Roberts",and i have always liked Malone, but the bruins need a sniper. Pouliot should have been that peice, but he's not. OECash must have his pink glasses on when he watches Caron, who is playing a solid two way game, and is a keeper for the Bruins. Two other threads suggested putting Caron, who plays like Malone, with Kreji and Lucic, and when you think of how well he played with Bergeron two years ago [at age 18] the idea does have some merit. Still a sniper would help, and just maybe, Claude will insert Hennessey to see what he can do wsith Kreji and Lucic. That would allow Peverly to skate with Kelly and Caron for a reliable 3rd line.
     
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    Re: Ryan Malone, the "poor man's" Nash

    4.5 mil per for the next three years for a player who's often injured....  no thanx....

    plus his stats aren't that great for a guy who plays with the likes of Stamkos, St. Louis & Lecavalier....
     
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    Re: Ryan Malone, the "poor man's" Nash

    He's 32 and injury prone

    He's the poor man's Erik Cole
     
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    Re: Ryan Malone, the "poor man's" Nash

    Kel, bogie called you Levana, I would take umbrage with that, hehe.  Malone is fine, the problem is what is the compensation.  Caron and a 1st, maybe if Tampa throws in a Eric Brewer! hehe. 
     
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    Re: Ryan Malone, the "poor man's" Nash

    I hope Malone is not up for trade IMO. Certainly not with Clarke or Brewer. You can have Kubina, though. I am curious to see what happens with the goal tender situation. I am thinking Stevie is going to do nothing and wait til post season. This club is limping and no use positioning the team for this year. 

     
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    Re: Ryan Malone, the "poor man's" Nash

    I like Malone when he's healthy, but I do not like his contract one bit.
     
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    Re: Ryan Malone, the "poor man's" Nash

    He has a bad contract.  Hard to swallow.  Nope. 

     
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