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#837574 | Fri - Jun 22 2012 - 18:33:50
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shutter down


before the draft? how about no


draft and pre-draft trade talks should be the start of next years thread


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#837575 | Fri - Jun 22 2012 - 19:10:53
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jordan staal to canes, interesting
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#837621 | Sat - Jun 23 2012 - 00:10:37
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weird for sure. didnt see that one coming. should solidify carolinas stance a little bit.

but it seems they are taking off of philadelphias trend of trading away good players and still being a good team

hopefully crosby still dies
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#837632 | Sat - Jun 23 2012 - 01:43:27
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Boston Racist's draft brother of most hated African American in Montreal

wut
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#837691 | Sat - Jun 23 2012 - 20:37:38
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Redwings 1st pick at #49 was 20th rated player, and the later round picks have size, yay.
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#837740 | Sun - Jun 24 2012 - 15:29:12
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ribeiro traded, cool, we suck now
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#838965 | Thu - Jul 5 2012 - 11:24:06
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jimmies rustled pretty bad after seeing suter go to minnesota
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#839055 | Sat - Jul 7 2012 - 01:53:40
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kind of butt hurt about the free agency situation

however, was hoping we'd get weber anyway, still got my fingers crossed to poach him

i like our young prospects that are developing (nyquist is pretty sick with the stick)
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#839141 | Sat - Jul 7 2012 - 22:28:20
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Minnesota will still suck
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#839147 | Sun - Jul 8 2012 - 00:30:06
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Quote (Sgull @ Sat - Jul 7 2012 - 22:28:20)
Minnesota will still suck


agreed
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#839629 | Mon - Jul 16 2012 - 03:30:16
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Will be sad if Wings sit on their 17 mil salary cap space. Would like us to sign a solid defensemen and either sign Semin or trade for Nash. We have a surplus of forwards, Franzen + Nyquist + pick(s) for Nash if it was up to me.
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#839630 | Mon - Jul 16 2012 - 06:56:37
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Quote (PinBaLL @ Mon - Jul 16 2012 - 03:30:16)
Will be sad if Wings sit on their 17 mil salary cap space. Would like us to sign a solid defensemen and either sign Semin or trade for Nash. We have a surplus of forwards, Franzen + Nyquist + pick(s) for Nash if it was up to me.


Redwings have 16 or 17 forwards right now, they can trade for Nash.

I don't want Nash for several reasons: salary cap hit (around 7.5 mil, nn); Blue Jackets want too much; Bobby Ryan is cheaper and younger. Also want Semin.

Also, giving up Nyquist would be foolish, he has great potential. I'd rather see them give up Fillpula, Abdelkader, Cleary... Holmstrom prob retire.

Also, hoping Weber wants out of Nash

This post has been edited by MoS. on Mon - Jul 16 2012 - 06:57:04
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#839691 | Mon - Jul 16 2012 - 22:20:26
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19% reduction in revenue to the players.

GN8 NHL, not going to recover from this lockout.
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#839693 | Mon - Jul 16 2012 - 22:21:47
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Quote (sardoniclysane @ Mon - Jul 16 2012 - 22:20:26)
19% reduction in revenue to the players.

GN8 NHL, not going to recover from this lockout.


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#839698 | Mon - Jul 16 2012 - 22:23:16
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Quote (MoS. @ Mon - Jul 16 2012 - 22:21:47)
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19% reduction in revenue to the players.

GN8 NHL, not going to recover from this lockout.


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#839720 | Tue - Jul 17 2012 - 00:17:03
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you all obviously are not respecting the job creators in a proper manor
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#839843 | Tue - Jul 17 2012 - 22:21:38
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Quote (blind_chief @ Tue - Jul 17 2012 - 00:17:03)
you all obviously are not respecting the job creators in a proper manor


why there even is a thought of a lockout after how poorly the last one ended makes me want to shoot everyone involved squarely between the eyes
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#839853 | Tue - Jul 17 2012 - 23:15:33
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you all obviously are not respecting the job creators in a proper manor


why there even is a thought of a lockout after how poorly the last one ended makes me want to shoot everyone involved squarely between the eyes


The sheer idiocy involved would make me LOL if it wasn't going to wreck part of our local economy. Although, LOL at the City in deciding bailing out the Blue Jackets was going to be a good idea. So much for that All Star Game.
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#839854 | Tue - Jul 17 2012 - 23:19:41
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you all obviously are not respecting the job creators in a proper manor


why there even is a thought of a lockout after how poorly the last one ended makes me want to shoot everyone involved squarely between the eyes


we don't agree on much, but when we do

it's nhl labor agreements
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#839861 | Tue - Jul 17 2012 - 23:47:19
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fucking employees and their "quality of life"
brb country club tee time
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#840433 | Mon - Jul 23 2012 - 15:26:54
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lol, rangers get nash
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#840436 | Mon - Jul 23 2012 - 16:06:05
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lol, flyers get weber


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#840504 | Mon - Jul 23 2012 - 23:48:57
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lol, rangers get nash


-.- I can't believe they traded Nash for that...

Should've just kept him.
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#840511 | Tue - Jul 24 2012 - 00:43:08
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if the NHL doesnt lock out, this season has the hype to finally have detroit not only miss the playoffs but be dead last.

it also has the rangers and the wild having all the tools but probably sucking ass



who will be the team to emerge????
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#840512 | Tue - Jul 24 2012 - 05:20:00
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if the NHL doesnt lock out, this season has the hype to finally have detroit not only miss the playoffs but be dead last.

it also has the rangers and the wild having all the tools but probably sucking ass



who will be the team to emerge????


if you think that detroit is going to all of a sudden keel over and die like some of these "experts", then im not sure where to begin in telling you that you're an idiort420
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#840513 | Tue - Jul 24 2012 - 05:20:40
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lol, rangers get nash


-.- I can't believe they traded Nash for that...

Should've just kept him.


i was reading that the redwings offered fillpula, tatar, nyqvist, and a first
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#840532 | Tue - Jul 24 2012 - 16:24:07
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lol, rangers get nash


-.- I can't believe they traded Nash for that...

Should've just kept him.


i was reading that the redwings offered fillpula, tatar, nyqvist, and a first


pretty sure they would trade Franzen before filppula. But that doesn't surprise me. They just refused to trade him to a rival team.
Which I think is beyond retarded since the Wings have the cap space to bring in an all star, so no matter what, next year at the latest we're going to spend that cap space on a really good player.
You might as well get the most out of Nash as you can.

But anyways, Nashville matches offer and keeps Weber.
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#840533 | Tue - Jul 24 2012 - 16:25:48
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P.s.

Columbus loses Nash
Nashville loses Suter and Radulov (granted they only had him for a limited amount of time)
I would say Central Division has gotten slightly easier so Wing's have a somewhat easier chance at keeping their playoff streak alive.
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#840534 | Tue - Jul 24 2012 - 16:29:31
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Nah, the Wings, Stars, and Cubs will be competing for the cellar this year
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#840541 | Tue - Jul 24 2012 - 17:57:02
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Quote (Sgull @ Tue - Jul 24 2012 - 16:29:31)
Nah, the Wings, Stars, and Cubs will be competing for the cellar this year


lol/10

This post has been edited by MoS. on Tue - Jul 24 2012 - 17:59:18
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#840989 | Sat - Jul 28 2012 - 06:10:58
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no semin :(
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#840993 | Sat - Jul 28 2012 - 08:59:45
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Quote (Sgull @ Tue - Jul 24 2012 - 01:43:08)
NHL lock out this season


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#840994 | Sat - Jul 28 2012 - 09:02:07
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Quote (sardoniclysane @ Sat - Jul 28 2012 - 05:59:45)
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NHL lock out this season


owners never happy until all the players work for free
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#840996 | Sat - Jul 28 2012 - 09:03:01
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NHL lock out this season


owners never happy until all the players work for free


They should play for the love of the game, didn't you know?
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#841952 | Tue - Aug 7 2012 - 15:55:04
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tomas jurco signed, yay
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#845391 | Wed - Sep 5 2012 - 10:27:35
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Not looking good.
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#846171 | Fri - Sep 14 2012 - 07:57:08
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during times when there is an agreement to work "i love playing, i would play for free"

no agreement, lockout pending "i want money"
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#846524 | Sun - Sep 16 2012 - 06:35:34
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Maybe there will be a season next year.
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#846530 | Sun - Sep 16 2012 - 09:37:36
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The following message to fans was issued by the National Hockey League on Sunday:

Despite the expiration of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the National Hockey League has been, and remains, committed to negotiating around the clock to reach a new CBA that is fair to the Players and to the 30 NHL teams.

Thanks to the conditions fostered by seven seasons under the previous CBA, competitive balance has created arguably the most meaningful regular season in pro sports; a different team has won the Stanley Cup every year; fans and sponsors have agreed the game is at its best, and the League has generated remarkable growth and momentum. While our last CBA negotiation resulted in a seismic change in the League's economic system, and produced corresponding on-ice benefits, our current negotiation is focused on a fairer and more sustainable division of revenues with the Players -- as well as other necessary adjustments consistent with the objectives of the economic system we developed jointly with the NHL Players' Association seven years ago. Those adjustments are attainable through sensible, focused negotiation -- not through rhetoric.

This is a time of year for all attention to be focused on the ice, not on a meeting room. The League, the Clubs and the Players all have a stake in resolving our bargaining issues appropriately and getting the puck dropped as soon as possible. We owe it to each other, to the game and, most of all, to the fans.


stfu
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#846534 | Sun - Sep 16 2012 - 11:00:56
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well, Bruins would have just won the cup, so they might as well just award it to them anyway.
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#846537 | Sun - Sep 16 2012 - 11:23:08
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GN8 NHL, time to be less relevant than soccer, if you even come back.

The up shot is there are tons of Bouncers now on the market for a job.
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#846544 | Sun - Sep 16 2012 - 12:24:52
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GN8 NHL, time to be less relevant than soccer, if you even come back.

The up shot is there are tons of Bouncers now on the market for a job.


na, they just all move to russia and play there
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#846595 | Sun - Sep 16 2012 - 15:31:01
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GN8 NHL, time to be less relevant than soccer, if you even come back.

The up shot is there are tons of Bouncers now on the market for a job.


na, they just all move to russia and play there


MOTHERLAND!
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#847756 | Thu - Sep 20 2012 - 07:31:51
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http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=405665

He does bring up an interesting point...
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#847759 | Thu - Sep 20 2012 - 07:52:57
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http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=405665

He does bring up an interesting point...


sucks that its all about money

makes fans really appreciate their players...
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#847761 | Thu - Sep 20 2012 - 08:50:28
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Quote (PinBaLL @ Thu - Sep 20 2012 - 07:31:51)
http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=405665

He does bring up an interesting point...


sucks that its all about money

makes fans really appreciate their players...


Yes/no, I agree they make more than enough money playing. But I do agree with them that if some one signed a contract with them to pay them x amount of money for y years. I would be pissed if they tried to take back that agreement.

For example, say they want to cut players pay by like 20%, they can take 80% of current contracts and have that count against the new salary cap # that they come up with. But they still have to pay the players the amount that they have on their current contract.

It's also horse shit that owners are complaining about the amount of money and years of the contract, but the day before the CBA expires, owners went nuts extending contracts to high amounts for long lengths.
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#847799 | Thu - Sep 20 2012 - 17:35:57
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Quote (PinBaLL @ Thu - Sep 20 2012 - 09:50:28)
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Quote (PinBaLL @ Thu - Sep 20 2012 - 07:31:51)
http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=405665

He does bring up an interesting point...


sucks that its all about money

makes fans really appreciate their players...


Yes/no, I agree they make more than enough money playing. But I do agree with them that if some one signed a contract with them to pay them x amount of money for y years. I would be pissed if they tried to take back that agreement.

For example, say they want to cut players pay by like 20%, they can take 80% of current contracts and have that count against the new salary cap # that they come up with. But they still have to pay the players the amount that they have on their current contract.

It's also horse shit that owners are complaining about the amount of money and years of the contract, but the day before the CBA expires, owners went nuts extending contracts to high amounts for long lengths.


This is squarely on the owners. Period. You're growing broke because you sign these players? Your fault, should have signed them for less.

Plus you already made them lower their cut in the last agreement...maybe you just suck.
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#849422 | Tue - Oct 2 2012 - 16:56:35
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Nope
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#853882 | Fri - Nov 2 2012 - 15:25:20
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Quote (MoS. @ Tue - Oct 2 2012 - 17:56:35)
Nope


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Quote (MoS. @ Tue - Oct 2 2012 - 17:56:35)
Nope


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