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#2192102 Ehrhoff's rights traded to NYI, then traded to Buffalo

Posted by e_prime on 29 June 2011 - 07:50 PM

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.

You're right. He is better than this. Still hope this isn't our free agency answer. I think I wanted him before, but now that he's turned down an offer with VAN for a reasonable amount. I do not want. I almost want Wiz to sign with CBJ. He's right. The first team that actually made an offer for him. It's almost respectable... except it's with the BJs... and it was a 7TH ROUND PICK... FOR HIS RIGHTS. C'mon WIZZER!

...come home to daddy. :ph34r:

#2192073 No, No, NO! Jagr interested in Detroit.

Posted by e_prime on 29 June 2011 - 07:11 PM

Not true. He is not under contract with any NHL team, therefore there are no rules against saying he was going to sign.

Oksy. So let me rephrase Maj.. and no offense to you... you, I like.

This bulls*** can f*** off.
Jagr can f*** off.
I like this signing, if it is with the Wings, as much as I liked the Modano signing which is NOT AT ALL.

I hope he signs with Pitts. Has his fun. Has his farewell, and goes off to "GM" his Slovak team.
Good luck and piss off.

As I originally said in this thread: DO. NOT. WANT.

#2192033 No, No, NO! Jagr interested in Detroit.

Posted by e_prime on 29 June 2011 - 06:27 PM

Did he f**king sign with somebody, yet? Christ. I'm over his old czech ass. HELLO!?!?!

#2192021 Kieth Yandle

Posted by e_prime on 29 June 2011 - 06:08 PM

RFA = Offer sheet =/= something Holland will ever do = Yandle NOT BEING A WING IN THIS OFFSEASON.


#2191585 RFA/UFA Signings

Posted by e_prime on 29 June 2011 - 12:09 PM

like this?
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"I swear to god I will pistol whip the next guy that says Shenanigans"

#2190497 Panthers Acquire Tomas Kopecky's Rights

Posted by e_prime on 27 June 2011 - 05:30 PM

Geez...so what's Tallon's next move?

Maybe send some pick for Crystalball Huet :rolleyes:

He just may do that.
He's going to need a goaltender as Vokoun won't be back.
Also, he could use Huet's salary to get to the floor.

edit: spelling.

#2190133 RFA/UFA Signings

Posted by e_prime on 26 June 2011 - 06:24 PM

Every time I see one of your posts I literally puke a little bit in my mouth.

Hmmm. Now you know what we all feel like when yours pop up.

Go back to your line threads dude. At least I got to drink when those popped up.

PS: Holland will never make an offer sheet for Doughty. It's just never going to happen. Doughty will hit the arbitrator if nothing else.

#2189950 July 1st UFA Wish List

Posted by e_prime on 26 June 2011 - 11:02 AM

Is it seriously that hard to figure out? There are only two UFA defensemen the Wings can sign before July 1st who didn't play for Detroit.

[Who is] Derek Meech?

#2187684 No, No, NO! Jagr interested in Detroit.

Posted by e_prime on 21 June 2011 - 08:09 PM

If Nik Lidstrom told you guys to jump off a bridge...

Uh, yeah... I probably would.

#2186716 Weber and Parise headed to arbitration

Posted by e_prime on 18 June 2011 - 10:47 AM

Personally, I would be really upset with Nashville for doing this to me and I would make sure that I got my UFA now. Not saying I wouldn't resign, but I would try to make them pay.

I don't think there's anything to take personally here.

Sources say the Predators did so in order to protect themselves from another NHL team making an offer sheet on Weber. Offer sheets are prohibited on RFAs who are being taken to arbitration.

It is now up to Weber’s agent, Jarrett Bousquet, to elect whether the arbitration is a one-year or two-year term. That decision, though, is not required until 48 hours prior to the arbitration hearing, which can’t happen until after July 20.

In the meantime, Bousquet and the Predators will continue to work towards a long term contract that can be arrived at any time before the arbitration.
They’ve been negotiating for the last two days.

Weber's a pretty smart guy (his agent is probably too) and I'm sure that Nashville said to them, "Hey, we're working on this deal... You want to come back here and we want you back. While we're ironing out the details... Why don't we eliminate some distraction and file for arbitration. Just to keep the flies off."

Whether the deal is done tomorrow, next week, or next month this move by Nashville is simply to protect their interests. His arbitration can't happen until after July 20.

He knows he's getting a raise, Nashville knows he needs a raise, they just have to iron out the numbers so that next year when Rinne and Suter come up as UFAs they know where they (all parties) stand. No reason to get bent out of shape. :cool:

#2183850 SCF: Boston Bruins vs. Vancouver Canucks

Posted by e_prime on 08 June 2011 - 09:21 PM

Aw, cmon AV, leave 4ouongo in. Things are just starting to get fun.

Yeah! We wanna see 7ougngo again.

Oh well, maybe we get to see 5chni6e7.

God. What have I done?

#2183671 Let's summarize...

Posted by e_prime on 08 June 2011 - 12:18 PM

...Again, Bieksa and Ehrhoff aren't going to be options once they start getting 7m a season offers. And I've already said my piece with Wisniewski.


Really, blue? 7 million. c'mon now. :rolleyes:

#2183647 Changes in the offseason

Posted by e_prime on 08 June 2011 - 11:34 AM

lol. I've seen several people suggest Conklin so far. Those here should note that his most recent season was a bloody disaster. He played in 25 games and had a save percentage of less than .900.

True, true. Also to be noted though, those games were played with the St. Louis Blues. :ph34r:

Just wondering... Who's your backup of choice Crymson?

#2183596 Flyers acquire Bryzgalov's rights

Posted by e_prime on 08 June 2011 - 08:55 AM


It is a horrible contract. Maybe they can buy him out.

The buyout would save them actual dollars but not CAP dollars

#2183424 10/11 Hockeyfights.com awards voting...

Posted by e_prime on 07 June 2011 - 06:27 PM

I'll never understand you folk that don't get the idea that the Wings could use a guy who'll drop the gloves with some regularity during the season. One guy taking a penalty here and there while giving the opposing team something to think about when it comes to taking liberties with our players certainly isn't going to cost us in the win column. AND HELL, I'm not even talking about a guy that JUST fights.

Hell, I'll even throw this little nugget out there for you to ponder over.

Seguin is healthy scratched last night in favor of Thorton. Sure, he might not be on the scorers sheet in the way of points... but I tell you what... his presence was felt and it certainly helped spark some team-mates and get some opposing players off their game.