Fast forward 2 years.....only lower seeded team not to advance in the east is number 8: Ottawa
tim1_2 wrote:We would never trade for Iginla. He would be a rental player, and the price would be high. Also, he's old. He doesn't fit in with the longer term plans here.
Michallica wrote:tim1_2 wrote:We would never trade for Iginla. He would be a rental player, and the price would be high. Also, he's old. He doesn't fit in with the longer term plans here.
Like I said, I can only see the sens trading for him next year as a rental players, meaning sens would probably have to be solid contenders in the east. He'd be worth the price of a rental for one more kick at the can.
But...not sure why I'm looking that far. I guess I feel we went into the playoffs not exactly built for a long run like Nashville was.
NEELY wrote:Iginla will cost a ton. Not sure it's worth it for a year or two of service.
Perhaps going after a guy a team wants to unload for financial purposes is the way to go. Ottawa can take salary back without any trouble at all.
NEELY wrote:For the most part the Sens should stick to what's in the system. Only a couple guys you could shoot for and those guys have to be a UFA or Bobby Ryan. MAYBE Rick Nash if the price was right but he isn't worth his salary nor what CBJ wants in return for him.
Either way, Parise is Plan A, B, and C this year I would think. Penner is probably the backup.
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