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ok guys i was sent this trade i rejected it but im just wondering what u would of done???????? in my eyes i made the right move rejecting it but i could b wrong.
hear was the trade:
i give up Ov an Backstorm and in return get Thornton,Perry,and Niedermyer.
but i do need dmen
i got streit,gonchar,an zidlicky kronwall on ir!
i lead in overall pts in almost every off cat.
hears my roster
Kronwall/Zidlicky till kron is back
EXCUSE MY SPELLING JUST GOT HOME FROM THE BAR
Thanks guys for all the post!
Yea neidermyer was the main reason i said no. but the thing about ov is yea hes not the pt leader but hes in thee top 5 and played 8 to 10 less games then everyone else so his worth i fell is the same.
as of a package deal he has luongo but nobody decent after that and wont trade luongo. his other goalies r howard and mason from da bluejackets i already got good number 2s i need the ONE.
as of switching dmen he has phaneuk from da flames,weber from preds, and droughty from la.
I think the deal is actually pretty freaking good. The only thing I would want changed about it is a better Defenseman instead of Neidermeyer. Outside of that I absolutely would have taken the trade.
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I agree sub in a better D-Man that isn't 100 years old and it's an auto accept. But not for anything less than a Markov or Green caliber blue liner.
Were too deep into the season for you to get overpayed on OV. If he had 40 goals right now, different story.
Don't fall in love with names, look at Blake Wheeler. The piece of junk has 7 points against me this week and scored a shorthanded goal too. Blake Wheeler is a nobody, but he might be ending an 8 week head to head winning streak.
You made the right move... Backstrom is like Thornton with a better plus minus and a bit more goal scoring, while Ovie makes Perry and Neidermeyer look like a couple of bar league players this year. Don't give up Ovie for that little
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