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In Topic: Avery

28 October 2011 - 08:40 AM

Avery says hello.

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Yeah that was before everyone knew what a $#!T head he was...I somehow forgot about him being signed here...must be one of those inconvenient truths I here so much about...my point still stands as the wings shown enough common sense to pedal him off elsewhere

EDIT: Note I used the word wearing meaning present tense.

In Topic: Avery

28 October 2011 - 12:18 AM

Wow Avery really Wow the fans in NY must be confusing him with some other player because the Avery I know is a clown and a disgrace to the game and if he were wearing a winged wheel I would go as far as to say I would simply denounce the organization in spite of all reason and logic as they have done great things here in Det. but I would not be able to be proud of an organization that sports Avery in the lineup Thumbs up to the Rangers organization for realizing this fact.

In Topic: Season-Long Lines Thread

26 October 2011 - 12:21 PM

Sick of this argument. Would Quincey even be playing on the team right now? He was behind Meech in terms of prospects; Meech is the same age and had outplayed him in every way for years on the same team. Lidstrom and Kronwall, of course, were ahead of him. Stuart was brought in. Rafalski was here. Kindl was considered a potential top-pairing d-man. Ericsson was doing very well in Grand Rapids. Lebda was looking good with Chelios, like he might develop into something (boy was THAT wrong). That's 7 plus Lebda who would have been ahead of Quincey in the past couple seasons. He'd have still been gone. Holland reportedly tried to trade him, but no deal was reached as it was obvious (much like the Osgood situation) that he would be losing someone with skill (or Lebda) regardless of who made the roster.

Point taken....now I must deal with the shame of having kyle quincy being my first post on lGW....its underwhelming. I was just saying sometimes players do get lost with no compensation. However it does not happen if the GM can help it. So I will simply say I am wrong and right at the same time and slip off into a paradox

In Topic: Season-Long Lines Thread

22 October 2011 - 01:11 AM

[quote name='LeftWinger' timestamp='1318388870' post='2214246']

How much longer? As long as Nyquist still has waiver exemptions, that is how long. The NHL is a business. You don't "give away" players for nothing.

Kyle Quincy?