Trade Deadline Tracker

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    In response to 49thparallel's comment:

    A 7th? that's real valuable....



    You never know... every once in a while there's an Enstrom, Byfuglien, Elliot or even a Datsyuk still lurking around then.

     
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    The Rags have paid a steep price for Marty: Callahan, 1st and 2nd rounder...

    Someone must have spiked Slats cigars.




    They traded a defensive forward for last year's scoring champion.  Seems reasonable to me.

     
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    Sitting here watching TSN and the moves made last night and today, and I'm starting to think that Chiarelli's reluctance to "go big" on trade deadline's (moving roster players) has a lot to do with not wanting to mess with chemistry rather than the cost required. He alluded to that a little on the BostonBruinsTV interview.

    Good? Bad?

     
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    Sitting here watching TSN and the moves made last night and today, and I'm starting to think that Chiarelli's reluctance to "go big" on trade deadline's (moving roster players) has a lot to do with not wanting to mess with chemistry rather than the cost required. He alluded to that a little on the BostonBruinsTV interview.

    Good? Bad?



    Since the Bruins have won a Cup and been to the finals again, I would say it has been a good strategy so far.

     
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    Sitting here watching TSN and the moves made last night and today, and I'm starting to think that Chiarelli's reluctance to "go big" on trade deadline's (moving roster players) has a lot to do with not wanting to mess with chemistry rather than the cost required. He alluded to that a little on the BostonBruinsTV interview.

    Good? Bad?




    He also could be a student of history and be aware that it's a very, very rare occasion that a trade deadline big one is the route to the parade.

     
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    In response to Sportsnutty's comment:

    Sitting here watching TSN and the moves made last night and today, and I'm starting to think that Chiarelli's reluctance to "go big" on trade deadline's (moving roster players) has a lot to do with not wanting to mess with chemistry rather than the cost required. He alluded to that a little on the BostonBruinsTV interview.

    Good? Bad?




    Excellent.

    Apparently, they are in the running for Christian Ehrhoff with the Wings.

    A German to replace a German - hopefully it works out.

     
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    or, they traded their captain with picks for a guy with 1 or 2 years left.

     
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    In response to Sportsnutty's comment:

    Sitting here watching TSN and the moves made last night and today, and I'm starting to think that Chiarelli's reluctance to "go big" on trade deadline's (moving roster players) has a lot to do with not wanting to mess with chemistry rather than the cost required. He alluded to that a little on the BostonBruinsTV interview.

    Good? Bad?




    He also could be a student of history and be aware that it's a very, very rare occasion that a trade deadline big one is the route to the parade.




    Im on the fence. I can see how he might be reluctant to make a big splash for chemistry AND/OR cost reasons, but I hope it has more to do with that than having "binkies" he over-values standing in the way to legitimate upgrades.

     
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    Bruins claim Cory Potter on waivers.

    Who the hell is he?

     
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    Bruins claim Cory Potter on waivers.

    Who the hell is he?




    He was waived by the Edmonton Oilers...

     
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    Bruins claim Cory Potter on waivers.

    Who the hell is he?



    Harry's brother,has no magic though.

     
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    Bruins claim Cory Potter on waivers.

    Who the hell is he?




    Its before my time, but, does he happen to be a Colonel?

     
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    Chris Phillips just signed a 2 yr deal to stay with Ottawa per Lebrun.

     
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    James Duthie and Brian Burke need to do a sitcom.

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

    In response to Sportsnutty's comment:

    Sitting here watching TSN and the moves made last night and today, and I'm starting to think that Chiarelli's reluctance to "go big" on trade deadline's (moving roster players) has a lot to do with not wanting to mess with chemistry rather than the cost required. He alluded to that a little on the BostonBruinsTV interview.

    Good? Bad?




    He also could be a student of history and be aware that it's a very, very rare occasion that a trade deadline big one is the route to the parade.



    Nas what's the best example of the team that managed to win the cup that made a big slash via the trade deadline? I can't think of a real big one maybe Jeff carter for jack johnsson the year LA won , but I forget what time of the year LA and Columbus made the move.

     
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    @Real_ESPNLeBrun Chris Phillips and OTT have agreed to 2 year contract at $2.5M per year. #Tradecentre "

     

    Rejoice Book!

     
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    NYR - it's called the King Henrik effect there, just as it's called the Chara effect here.  That 1st and 2nd won't be much help until Lunqvist is 33 or so.  He's played a ton of games, faced a lot of rubber, and doens't look like the best in the game any more if you ask me.  One of...but not at the top of the list.  I think Sather looks at this and thinks another year or two of St. Louis, paired with Richards and Nash, and he might have lightning in a bottle.

     
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    Watching TSN and Burke yell at each other. Man, how nice it is to have competent, reasonable people heading up our favorite team.

     
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    Chris Phillips just signed a 2 yr deal to stay with Ottawa per Lebrun.



    Great!!

     
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    Bruins claim Cory Potter on waivers.

    Who the hell is he?



    Edmonton Corey Potter RHD | 6'3", 206 lbs. Age 30 on Pace for 11pts TOI 13:47 S:35 PTSPG .31
    2013 scouting report:
    Assets:     Moves the puck well from the back end and is mobile. Also has NHL size for a defenseman, as well as late-blooming overall ability. Can dominate the game at lower levels.
    Flaws:     Doesn't display enough game-to-game consistency in the NHL. Makes mistakes with and without the puck. Must also avoid taking bad penalties that really hurt his team.
    Career Potential:     Puck-moving depth defenseman.

     
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    Phillips re-signed so there goes my master theory of the Kelly-Phillips-Subban-Vanek blockbuster! Can't win them all...

     
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    Bruins claim Cory Potter on waivers.

    Who the hell is he?



    Edmonton Corey Potter RHD | 6'3", 206 lbs. Age 30 on Pace for 11pts TOI 13:47 S:35 PTSPG .31
    2013 scouting report:
    Assets:     Moves the puck well from the back end and is mobile. Also has NHL size for a defenseman, as well as late-blooming overall ability. Can dominate the game at lower levels.
    Flaws:     Doesn't display enough game-to-game consistency in the NHL. Makes mistakes with and without the puck. Must also avoid taking bad penalties that really hurt his team.
    Career Potential:     Puck-moving depth defenseman.




    Providence material? This fits perfectly with my Trotman and Caron and a 3rd for Jack Johnson trade thread I never got around to making.

     
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    "Flaws:     Doesn't display enough game-to-game consistency in the NHL. Makes mistakes with and without the puck. Must also avoid taking bad penalties that really hurt his team."

    Um, so yes, those seem like flaws.

     
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    Bruins claim Cory Potter on waivers.

    Who the hell is he?



    Edmonton Corey Potter RHD | 6'3", 206 lbs. Age 30 on Pace for 11pts TOI 13:47 S:35 PTSPG .31
    2013 scouting report:
    Assets:     Moves the puck well from the back end and is mobile. Also has NHL size for a defenseman, as well as late-blooming overall ability. Can dominate the game at lower levels.
    Flaws:     Doesn't display enough game-to-game consistency in the NHL. Makes mistakes with and without the puck. Must also avoid taking bad penalties that really hurt his team.
    Career Potential:     Puck-moving depth defenseman.



    Read: Aaron Johnson/Shane Hnidy signing at best.

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

    In response to Sportsnutty's comment:

    Sitting here watching TSN and the moves made last night and today, and I'm starting to think that Chiarelli's reluctance to "go big" on trade deadline's (moving roster players) has a lot to do with not wanting to mess with chemistry rather than the cost required. He alluded to that a little on the BostonBruinsTV interview.

    Good? Bad?




    He also could be a student of history and be aware that it's a very, very rare occasion that a trade deadline big one is the route to the parade.



    Nas what's the best example of the team that managed to win the cup that made a big slash via the trade deadline? I can't think of a real big one maybe Jeff carter for jack johnsson the year LA won , but I forget what time of the year LA and Columbus made the move.



    NYI's acquire Butch Goring from the LA Kings for Billy Harris & Dave Lewis at the 1980 trade deadline and go on to win 4 Stanley Cups.

     
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