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Would you trade for Brian Campbell?


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#41 LeftWinger

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 03:02 PM

In all honesty, I like our D how it is along side signing Dekeyeser, so I would pass on anyone right now and focus on the O.  Now unless Douglass Murray comes knocking or maybe, MAYBE a Rob Scuderi, I would ink up Danny and re-sign Kindl and Huskins (for depth) and let these guys grow together.  Considering where they were the first 10 games of the season, this D has grown leaps and bounds together already... (waive Colaiacovo next year too)

 

Kronner - Big E

Smitty - Q

Danny D - Laser

Kindl (Husky)

 

With the likes of Ouellet, Sproul, McKee, DeHaas and Backman getting ready to tear up GR soon, in about 5 years this D will be one of the best in the NHL...(slightly biased opinion.)


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#42 StormJH1

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 04:07 PM

No.  I won't waste the 1,000 word essay to explain why I feel this way.



#43 Son of a Wing

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 04:34 PM

Kronwall can move the puck, White can move the puck, Colo can move the puck, Quincey can move the puck, Kindl can move the puck, Smith can move the puck.

 

Sure Campbell can move the puck slightly better, but puckermovers are not what we need.

 

Sorry but this thread IMO is ridiculous. With that contract for Campbell, Holland wouldn't even look once. We might as well discuss trading Emmerton for Chara while were at it. 

 

Oh calm down. lol Hence the title of this thread is "Would you..." and not "What would you trade for....". Never said it was an ideal scenario. Was just curious how people valued Campbell despite his ludicrous contract.

 

Suppose another Filppula and a pick for Bouwmeester/Perry thread would be your preference.


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#44 heyfolks

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 09:49 PM

$7.1m, though the 15-16 season for a one dimensional, undersized d'man... no thanks.

 

He will be one of the first buy outs in the offseason. 

 

Nobody will pick up that contract for that player unless they have some floor demands, like wiping his contract with it.







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