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    Re: Trade NEIL

    Post by Acrobat on Thu Sep 25, 2008 9:05 pm

    You have to think that Fisher will be on PP2 once he is better - wouldn't that leave Neil out again?

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    Re: Trade NEIL

    Post by AlfieforPM on Thu Sep 25, 2008 9:37 pm

    I was definately someone who thought that trading Neil (for Barker perhaps) was a great idea during the summer after the Ruuutuuuuu signing but after hearing Murray on the Radio tooday I highly doubt that Chris Neil is going anywhere soon. He wants our bottom 2 lines to be tough as nails to play against and bring the intensity that Neil brings every shift. The more of these types of players the better, in Murray's eyes. The GM knows what he's doing and has a vision of what he wants this team to be and so far, in preseason, his vision has come to fruition. Neil will have a very important role on this year's version of the Senators. If Murray's vision does not come alive then I see Neil being moved in February but as long as this team is competitive and a contender Neil will be an Ottawa Senator.

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    Re: Trade NEIL

    Post by smash88 on Tue Sep 30, 2008 3:38 pm

    Yeah we have to keep Neiler for now... I think he is valuable, he had a bad season last year but I think he will rebound this year... and plus this year he's going to play on an awesome line, should be fun to watch!

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    Re: Trade NEIL

    Post by Sens4thecup on Tue Sep 30, 2008 4:50 pm

    Really though, I have to mention it. Why not try to deal Fisher? He is injury prone and a somewhat streaky kind of player.
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    Re: Trade NEIL

    Post by smash88 on Tue Sep 30, 2008 7:10 pm

    Sens4thecup wrote:Really though, I have to mention it. Why not try to deal Fisher? He is injury prone and a somewhat streaky kind of player.

    In way your right, but... I think Fisher is still a pretty valuable player to the sens and to other teams as well.. It would have to be a pretty offer IMO from an other team in order to get Fisher... and Murray shouldn't let Fisher go easily either, he just signed a nice contract, and we hope he stays healthy... If he does, he's capable of putting up some pretty decent numbers IMO.. I just don't think we'd be able to get the right return for Fisher, as of now...
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    Re: Trade NEIL

    Post by Cap'n Clutch on Tue Sep 30, 2008 7:13 pm

    smash88 wrote:
    Sens4thecup wrote:Really though, I have to mention it. Why not try to deal Fisher? He is injury prone and a somewhat streaky kind of player.

    In way your right, but... I think Fisher is still a pretty valuable player to the sens and to other teams as well.. It would have to be a pretty offer IMO from an other team in order to get Fisher... and Murray shouldn't let Fisher go easily either, he just signed a nice contract, and we hope he stays healthy... If he does, he's capable of putting up some pretty decent numbers IMO.. I just don't think we'd be able to get the right return for Fisher, as of now...


    I agree. We would never get a good enough return in a trade.


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