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  • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

    Originally posted by aparch View Post
    He was a 3rd/4th line center in Nashville, but never worked out so they waived him a few years ago to send him back to Milwaukee. Atlanta picked him up because he could fit in to their top six right away (a use for his talents). The 20 goals came from his teammates, the A-K-47 line. (Antropov or Afinogenov, Kovalchuk, Peverley)

    Nashville has a way of signing 2nd/3rd line scoring guys, and shoehorning them into Nashville's 3rd/4th lines which are grinder/muck lines.

    IF Boston's third line is "energy/scoring," Peverley will find his way to it.
    Right. I don't see him cracking their top 6 (Lucic-Krecji-Horton Marchand-Bergeron-Recchi), so I'm not sure that he's going to be playing with better talent in Boston than he was in Atlanta.

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    • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

      Now the B's should send Ryder and Toronto's pick to Dallas for Richards.
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      • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

        Originally posted by dave29 View Post
        Avs traded Anderson to Ottawa for Elliott.
        Titanic and Lusitania trading deck chairs?

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        • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

          Originally posted by NMU8405 View Post
          Id also assume we will see Wheeler traded for Cap space. Last I heard Boston was talking with Chicago
          That was the pun

          and sure enough, moments later his trade gets announced. lmao.
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          • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

            Originally posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
            Titanic and Lusitania trading deck chairs?
            Pretty much. Our problems are all over the ice right now. I think this season has turned into what everyone thought would be last year.

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            • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

              Sharks trade Derek Joslin to the Hurricanes for "Future Considerations"

              Considerations is a mediocre goalie with little upside.

              Seriously, Ian White is probably being sent to San Jose at some point, apparently.
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              • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

                Originally posted by dave29 View Post
                Pretty much. Our problems are all over the ice right now. I think this season has turned into what everyone thought would be last year.
                Hey, if you guys need a goalie, you can have Marty Biron for, like, Stasny and a 2nd rounder.
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                • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

                  Originally posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
                  Titanic and Lusitania trading deck chairs?
                  Originally posted by dave29 View Post
                  Pretty much. Our problems are all over the ice right now. I think this season has turned into what everyone thought would be last year.
                  Does this have something to do with Anderson leaving the team last week "for personal reasons"?
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                  • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

                    Solid win for the Bruins. Horton's been pretty good lately. I love his shot.

                    And Marchand with 18. WOW.

                    I had $10 in a parlay on the Bruins winning straight up and Over 5.5. With 10 minutes to go in the game and it being 1-1, I thought no way. 3 quick goals for the Bruins and a junk goal by Ottawa later, I somehow win.
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                    • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

                      Originally posted by UNH GH View Post
                      So Peverley was a 20 goal scorer last year. That a fluke or is he a solid player? Decent replacement for Wheeler?
                      He'll be a contributor for sure. He's a quick forward with good playmaking ability. He can kill penalties and is definitely an energy guy.

                      Plus, he's a SLU grad, so he's got that going for him too

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                      • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

                        Ben Bishop gets called up? Oh man, I want to see that game if he plays.
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                        • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

                          Middle-of-the-night deal between St. Louis and Colorado. The Blues ship Erik Johnson, Jay McClement, and a first round pick to the Avs, in exchange for Kevin Shattenkirk, Chris Stewart, and a second round pick.

                          The picks are dependent upon the final regular season standings. If the Blues wind up with a top 10 pick this year, they can opt to push the traded first round pick to 2012 and the Avs will push their second rounder to 2012 as well.

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                          • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

                            Stupid trade by the Avs. Stewart and Shattenkirk were supposed to be apart of the future of this team. It sounds like the Avs are trying to save a season that is already lost and now they are screwing with the future.

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                            • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

                              After sleeping on it, not sure I like this deal from either team's point of view. However, short of Johnson fulfilling his original hype and becoming the next Lidstrom/Pronger/Niedermayer, I think the Avs got the worst of this one.

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                              • Re: 2010-2011 NHL Season Part II - Concussions Are Serious Business, Savvy?

                                Originally posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
                                After sleeping on it, not sure I like this deal from either team's point of view. However, short of Johnson fulfilling his original hype and becoming the next Lidstrom/Pronger/Niedermayer, I think the Avs got the worst of this one.
                                I couldn't agree more.

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