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[Discussion] Roberto Luongo Trade Thread 3.0

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And I didn't see Kassian get more than 4 minutes of ice time either. Not much you can do when you're benched for more than 80% of a game.

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Luongo FOR Paajarvi

Paajarvi not good enough

Kassian FOR Lecavailier

Kassian too much for Leacavalier

Paajarvi better than Kassian but Luongo better than Lecavalier

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Kass > Paajarvi. One is Swedish and can't crack a crap Oilers line up, one is Canadian and plays like it, while spending time with the twins last season. I'll take Kass any day, you can keep the Swede.

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I didn't see Kassian carry the Canucks to the playoffs either. Paajarvi still has better goals and assists per game than Kassian.

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And I didn't see Kassian get more than 4 minutes of ice time either. Not much you can do when you're benched for more than 80% of a game.

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Wait...how did this go from a Luongo trade discussion thread to a Kassian vs Paajarvi thread?

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Are you comparing the Canucks lineup to the Oilers. Anybody with half a brain would know the Oilers lineup is a lot easier to crack then the Canucks. Every GM would choose Kassian over MPS.

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Depends on your needs. if you think cracking the Oilers top 6 is easy you are clueless, and much like Schroeder with us, if he can't crack the top 6 he won't make it.

Most teams in the league Schroeder is an NHL regular, and if the Oilers did not have 4 guys 22 or younger in their top 6 last season, Paajarvi would likely be a regular as well.

Hall, Eberle, RNH, Horcoff, Smith, Gagner, Hemskey are not slouches.

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Talk about desparation and hockey withdrawl. There is no season yet, no hockey trades and everything in on hold, and yet this thread goes on adnauseum. Go out and play golf, get a life ! Wait and see where Lou goes . This all speculative and without substance, opinions upon opinions, without verification , and none of it matters. Its like pissing into the wind !

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Depends on your needs. if you think cracking the Oilers top 6 is easy you are clueless, and much like Schroeder with us, if he can't crack the top 6 he won't make it.

Most teams in the league Schroeder is an NHL regular, and if the Oilers did not have 4 guys 22 or younger in their top 6 last season, Paajarvi would likely be a regular as well.

Hall, Eberle, RNH, Horcoff, Smith, Gagner, Hemskey are not slouches.

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Simple. Send Horcoff and Gagner to Van for Lou. Makes room for Paajarvi and their new Russian.

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Simple. Send Horcoff and Gagner to Van for Lou. Makes room for Paajarvi and their new Russian.

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Do not want Horcoff or any else of edmontons crap, but if there is any way to trick them into trading Yakupov i'd be estatic.

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Talk about desparation and hockey withdrawl. There is no season yet, no hockey trades and everything in on hold, and yet this thread goes on adnauseum. Go out and play golf, get a life ! Wait and see where Lou goes . This all speculative and without substance, opinions upon opinions, without verification , and none of it matters. Its like pissing into the wind !

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Horcoff @ $5.5M for the next 3 years is a virtually untradeable contract, IMO.

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If that's the case, then how in the world does your proposal of Nick Bjugstad and Alexander Petrovic fetch the all-world, "legitimate franchise goaltender" that is Roberto Luongo?

Number 2, those "7 goals and 16 assists" (actually 18, must've been a Freudian slip on your part) occurred in 34 games. That's almost identical to Kassian's production of 26 points in 30 games - that same Kassian that you wouldn't even dream of trading for Paajarvi..

Gillis' only option is holding on to Luongo...

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If any team urgently wanted him, the deal would already have been done. It's not done because they're not offering anything that's motivating Mike Gillis to act. And they're not offering anything that's motivating Mike Gillis to act....

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