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Ehrhoff's rights traded to NYI, then traded to Buffalo

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He's comming to Detroit boys.

This is the sort of dangerous talks that has people throwing chairs in the Wisniewski thread.

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This is the sort of dangerous talks that has people throwing chairs in the Wisniewski thread.

True. I had a good feeling about Ehrhoff tho the hole time. Fits better in the Wings system then Wiz TBH.

Tho the right hand shot would be nice.

So, Ehrhoff and Nabokov for a 3rd round pick? :P

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This is the sort of dangerous talks that has people throwing chairs in the Wisniewski thread.

Yeah I don't quite get the premature exciteulation.

I thought Nabokov can't get traded to Detroit?

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True. I had a good feeling about Ehrhoff tho the hole time. Fits better in the Wings system then Wiz TBH.

Tho the right hand shot would be nice.

So, Ehrhoff and Nabokov for a 3rd round pick? :P

No, no, no. We're trading Hudler. :hehe:

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Christian Ehrhoff has declined the Islanders' contract offer, choosing instead to become an unrestricted free agent when the market opens on Friday. He could always come back to the Islanders over the weekend, but if the Islanders are smart, proud, confident and have learned anything, they should close the door and keep aiming higher. Much higher. Oh well. 'Twas a valiant try by Charles Wang, Garth Snow, Doug Weight and the Islanders.

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Oh really Isles? Snow???

You couldn't make it happen?

The #Isles have acquired Buffalo's fourth round pick in the 2012 #NHL Entry Draft in exchange for the rights to Ehrhoff http://bit.ly/kTZ4T3

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KatieStrangNYI Katie Strang

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#Isles trade Christian Ehrhoff's rights to Buffalo in exchange for fourth-rounder, the original price for what he was acquired

Terry Pegula, what can you say. IF, Buffalo signs him.

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I'd say it's a done deal.

The Sabres new owner wants the Cup in Buffalo, and from what I recall he made a point that he'd have no problem spending to the cap.

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Great pick up for Buffalo, if they sign him. Don't know if it's entirely a money issue with Ehrhoff, though, since he walked away from money on the Island. That said - the Sabres are a lot closer to contention than the Islanders.

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Not exactly equal value gettings buffalo's 4th rounder. The Islanders could easily be in lottery position whereas buffalo probably wont be.

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why couldn't ken make a move..

He's not gonna he woulda already

exactly. ...and thank god. do not want that guy.

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exactly. ...and thank god. do not want that guy.

I'm just saying he woulda traded for rights already... He Is waiting for what's left over at FA. He just doesn't want to give up picks on guys rights apparently.

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Honestly, with how amazing the NHL was last year in parity and quality. This off season has been an unmitigated disaster.

This reminds me of hot potato more than professional sports and I am not overly excited for next season. I don't think the NHL can top last year and the Wings are on a down swing.

Too bad I still will watch it, because it is the best game to be named.

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