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I thought this trade would help both teams needs nicely:

To Edmonton: Sean Couturier

To Philly: Nick Schultz + Martin Marincin

With this deal Philly gets a solid D man to round out their top 4 currently of Coburn, Schenn, Timonen and now Schultz.

Edmonton gets a young center who looks very, very promising in Couturier. It would also allow the Oilers to ship out Hemsky for a top 4 D man if they chose to.

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Edmontons D is bad enough, and they have a glut of young forwards.

On the other hand, Couturier is worth way more than N. Schultz and Marincin, so Philly probably wouldn't do this either.

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Edmontons D is bad enough, and they have a glut of young forwards.

On the other hand, Couturier is worth way more than N. Schultz and Marincin, so Philly probably wouldn't do this either.

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So are so dumb, I want to cut your balls off with a rusty lid from a green beans can so you can't contaminate the world with your offspring.

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Why would Philly do this? Couturier is way better than both those players. If they give him up they need to at least get a top 2 guy back. You would think if they were really willing to part with him he would have been part of a package for Weber.

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Philly doesn't need defense, especially with the lockout in place. Even without Pronger,they have Timonen, Coburn, Meszaros, Schenn, Grossmann, Lilja, Gustafsson, Bourdon and Gervais.

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Edmontons D is bad enough, and they have a glut of young forwards.

On the other hand, Couturier is worth way more than N. Schultz and Marincin, so Philly probably wouldn't do this either.

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I thought this trade would help both teams needs nicely:

To Edmonton: Sean Couturier

To Philly: Nick Schultz + Martin Marincin

With this deal Philly gets a solid D man to round out their top 4 currently of Coburn, Schenn, Timonen and now Schultz.

Edmonton gets a young center who looks very, very promising in Couturier. It would also allow the Oilers to ship out Hemsky for a top 4 D man if they chose to.

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Meszaros is out for the year with a torn ACL or something like that. So their defense would be

Coburn - Schenn

Timonen - Grossman

Gustaffson - Bourdon

So yea, they need defense.

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Meszaros is out for the year with a torn ACL or something like that. So their defense would be

Coburn - Schenn

Timonen - Grossman

Gustaffson - Bourdon

So yea, they need defense.

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