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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by Cronie on Fri Nov 14, 2008 2:48 pm

    Getzlaf I'd do pretty quickly. Thornton or Luongo, I'd be a little hesitant, mainly for the same points you mentioned Matt.

    I think if anyone is going to be moved, it will be either Kelly, Vermette, A-train and/or Phillips.

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    Post by Guest on Fri Nov 14, 2008 2:49 pm

    You'd hesitate to do Luongo for Spezza? I'd do that faster than Garrioch could inhale a cheese pizza.

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    Post by Guest on Fri Nov 14, 2008 2:50 pm

    Cronenbergfan wrote:Getzlaf I'd do pretty quickly. Thornton or Luongo, I'd be a little hesitant, mainly for the same points you mentioned Matt.

    I think if anyone is going to be moved, it will be either Kelly, Vermette, A-train and/or Phillips.

    Getzlaf might be the best center in the game now.
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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by Laker on Fri Nov 14, 2008 2:52 pm

    hemlock34 wrote:You'd hesitate to do Luongo for Spezza? I'd do that faster than Garrioch could inhale a cheese pizza.

    That's a terrible vision 🇳🇴
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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by Cronie on Fri Nov 14, 2008 2:52 pm

    hemlock34 wrote:You'd hesitate to do Luongo for Spezza? I'd do that faster than Garrioch could inhale a cheese pizza.

    I say that only because the hole left at Center would be slightly worrisome.
    However, Zach Smith seems to be a monster in the making and he could, presumably, step right in...
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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by Aetherial on Fri Nov 14, 2008 3:08 pm

    Cronenbergfan wrote:Getzlaf I'd do pretty quickly. Thornton or Luongo, I'd be a little hesitant, mainly for the same points you mentioned Matt.

    I think if anyone is going to be moved, it will be either Kelly, Vermette, A-train and/or Phillips.

    Probably true,

    I just don't see those players as being the problem. Also the return for Phillips may be disappointing right about now.

    What is the problem, I dunno, but it cuts deep into that team that's for sure. This is a year now of mostly crappy hockey.

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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by Guest on Fri Nov 14, 2008 3:13 pm

    A train being traded? why?
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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by mattshock on Fri Nov 14, 2008 3:21 pm

    Cronenbergfan wrote:
    hemlock34 wrote:You'd hesitate to do Luongo for Spezza? I'd do that faster than Garrioch could inhale a cheese pizza.

    I say that only because the hole left at Center would be slightly worrisome.
    However, Zach Smith seems to be a monster in the making and he could, presumably, step right in...

    That's a HUGE presumption... I'd say the guy would be a LOT more comfortable in the second line role, if that at first.
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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by mattshock on Fri Nov 14, 2008 3:21 pm

    Laker wrote:
    hemlock34 wrote:You'd hesitate to do Luongo for Spezza? I'd do that faster than Garrioch could inhale a cheese pizza.

    That's a terrible vision 🇳🇴

    :lol!:

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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by Guest on Fri Nov 14, 2008 3:27 pm

    Aetherial wrote:
    Probably true,

    I just don't see those players as being the problem. Also the return for Phillips may be disappointing right about now.

    What is the problem, I dunno, but it cuts deep into that team that's for sure. This is a year now of mostly crappy hockey.

    Philips isn't going anywhere....he's got a no trade clause and his family is from Ottawa and they do not want to move...that's why he took less to stay here.

    If I'm Vermette I call my real estate agent and have them start to put the house up. If he makes it to Christmas it's only because it's a gift from Brian.
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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by mattshock on Fri Nov 14, 2008 3:29 pm

    I'd say you're bang on Dawg's Wife.

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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by Sens4thecup on Fri Nov 14, 2008 4:00 pm

    Spezza for Brendan Morrow?(sp) (Dallas)

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    Post by Guest on Fri Nov 14, 2008 6:58 pm

    I posted this on another site, and if I can say so myself: Its a prett solid trade.

    To FLA
    Spezza, Picard, SJ 1st
    To OTT
    Bouw, Horton, FLA 1st

    Obviously this is assuming J.Martin has had a change of heart as far as Spezza is concerned...

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    Post by Guest on Fri Nov 14, 2008 7:00 pm

    cash wrote:I posted this on another site, and if I can say so myself: Its a prett solid trade.

    To FLA
    Spezza, Picard, SJ 1st
    To OTT
    Bouw, Horton, FLA 1st

    Obviously this is assuming J.Martin has had a change of heart as far as Spezza is concerned...

    That trade will never happen

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    Post by Guest on Fri Nov 14, 2008 7:07 pm

    cash wrote:I posted this on another site, and if I can say so myself: Its a prett solid trade.

    To FLA
    Spezza, Picard, SJ 1st
    To OTT
    Bouw, Horton, FLA 1st

    Obviously this is assuming J.Martin has had a change of heart as far as Spezza is concerned...

    I'd say that trade is tilted in Ottawa's favour. I don't see how this gets done even if Martin did have a change of heart. Bouwmeester and Horton are both great young players, and while so is Spezza, he still may have something to prove. Picard as well. Then flipping first, we could be talking about jumping up half a round. I don't see how Florida does this.

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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by Guest on Fri Nov 14, 2008 7:18 pm

    It would be pretty friggin sweet though :afro:
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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by Riprock on Fri Nov 14, 2008 7:34 pm

    Here are some proposals from TSN columnist Scott Cullen:

    To OTT: (from CHI)
    Khabibulin
    Wisniewski
    Troy Brouwer/Dave Bolland


    to OTT: (from CLB)
    Pascal Leclaire
    Filatov/Voracek
    Modin

    to OTT: (from LAK)
    O'Sullivan
    Preissing
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    to OTT: (from EDM)
    Horcoff
    Gilbert
    Roloson

    to OTT: (from ATL)
    Lehtonen
    Schneider
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    to OTT: (from FLA)
    Bouwmeester
    Frolik
    Weiss

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    Re: Spezza trade

    Post by PTFlea on Fri Nov 14, 2008 7:48 pm

    No for everything with the exception of maybe the Edmonton proposal - but it does us no good if a bonafide stud puck mover isn't involved.

    Scott Cullen is funny, which of these would you suggest helps the Sens?

    If you said none, you're correct.

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