Streit To Hit The Open Market

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    Streit To Hit The Open Market

    Well it looks as if Islanders management thought they came just a little tooooooooo close to winning a playoff round. As a result, they're getting set to watch their captain walk away with no compensation in return. I haven't heard how much they'd offered him to stay. I was personally looking forward to seeing how they'd go about improving in the off-season. I guess I got my answer.

    http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=672908&navid=nhl:topheads

     
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    Very good defenseman.

    I would love to see him in a B's uniform. Just don't see it happening.

     
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    Sheesh, just when it looked like Snow had stopped screwing up.

     
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    He wants 5.5 on a one year deal or will take a lower amount of around 4.7 x 3.  

    Hes a good mobile dman.  Hello philly?  

     
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    I remember scoffing a bit at Gonchar's deal heading to Ottawa but that turned out well and I think he was 39 when he signed the 3 year deal. Detroit and/or Toronto are some other landing spots that would pay Streit. He looks to me like he has plenty left in the tank.





     
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    I like Streit a lot, but if I am a GM, I would be scared off of signing any 35+ contracts with more than 2 years commitment.

    I think Thomas has made me a little gun-shy :)

     
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    In response to red75's comment:


    Sheesh, just when it looked like Snow had stopped screwing up.




    The Islanders' problems aren't in the GM's heads.  It's not Snow, and it wasn't Milbury.  This is Wang.  Again.

    As for Streit, I'm interested in seeing what he gets paid.  I bet he rakes.

     
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    I love Streit and would love to see him as a Bruin although I know there is no way in the world it could happen. I went to see the Isles play the Rangers and the Penguins a few weeks ago and fans were praying that Streit wouldn't get "Wang-ed". That guy has to be one of the best owners in the league for shooting himself in the foot.

     
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    Not surprising...we'll likely see a lot of talented, high ticket players hit the free agent market this offseason since the cap is dropping significantly. Streit, Ryder and many others will be options for other teams once all the dust settles.

     
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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

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    Sheesh, just when it looked like Snow had stopped screwing up.

     




    The Islanders' problems aren't in the GM's heads.  It's not Snow, and it wasn't Milbury.  This is Wang.  Again.

     

    As for Streit, I'm interested in seeing what he gets paid.  I bet he rakes.

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    Boyes is apparently also unlikely to return. I guess he played too well also. It's just a shame to see Tavares getting talent taken away from him especially considering he signed a reasonable deal to stay there. I would think he was expecting some more help. 

     
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    Re: Streit To Hit The Open Market

    I would love to see Streit in the black & gold, but the Bs will need to fill roster spots with all of Daug, Jagr, Pandolpho, Redden, Johnson, Ference and Horton likely walking.

    We all know the goalies need contracts.

    Also don't look now, but Bergeron, Seidenberg and Krejci all need to be re-upped very soon. We may see the Peverly and Kelly contracts continue for next year simply because they need the bodies, then PC will most likely have to buy one of them out to get some cash for his top players.

    I don't envy the job he has in the next 2 seasons.

     
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    He's gonna be able to name his own price.

    I'll bet there are 10 teams drooling over him already, probably more (Broad Street blog is already considering him an option in Philly).

    Always been a fan (even as a Shab). Very responsible and creative player.

    Only downside is his age.

     
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    Am I wrong in thinking that Bergeron signed a multi-year deal within the last 2 years?

     
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    Am I wrong in thinking that Bergeron signed a multi-year deal within the last 2 years?



    Lam, he signed a 3 year extension before the 2011-12 season so it expires after next season. 

     
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    Very good defenseman.

    I would love to see him in a B's uniform. Just don't see it happening.




    Bruins dont need him with the emergence of Krug, Bartkowski and Hamilton. spend the money on something else

     
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    Now that we have Krug ..we dont need Streit ....Krug will match Sreit's total points next season

     Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011 & 2013 (a walk in the park)

     
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    In response to xdrive's comment:

    In response to ThatHockeyGuy's comment:

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    Very good defenseman.

    I would love to see him in a B's uniform. Just don't see it happening.

     




    Bruins dont need him with the emergence of Krug, Bartkowski and Hamilton. spend the money on something else

     

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    They've been great, but lets not get ahead of our selves here. However, I do agree about putting money else where. Rask is the priority & if I'm PC I do what I can to keep Horton unless he goes MIA from here on out.

     

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