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Kesler's Relationship With Vancouver: On Shaky Ground

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Weber is 6'4" 235 and a Norris nominee for the last five years. He has the second hardest shot in the league at 106 mph, and the most dangerous shot due to it's accuracy in play. He is a menace on the power play and especially in his own end. He stands up for his teammates.

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Must have used the wrong account to post on ;)

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And in 9 games played this year Shea has ZERO points, 20 hits and 13 blocked shots .. disappointing!!

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Of course, the goaltending situation would be dealt with elsewhere (ASAP).

Schroeder has fit in just fine, IMO, in the NHL, and we also drafted B. Gaunce last year.

Weber's contract is a monster, but he might be worth it. Anyway, someone referenced the fact that he couldn't be traded for a year after being an offer-sheet signing. Anyone know if that means that he can be dealt in the off-season? Like - this off-season?

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He can't be traded until July 1st, 2013. After that Nashville can trade him and most likely will. Otherwise they would have signed the NTC and NMC he requested. They can get at least 3-4 pieces for a player of his magnitude.

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Mods should move this to the proposals forum just to troll King of the BS.

After all, not only is he proposing a trade, but he is proposing a rift between management and a player who is on the injured reserve...

A LITTLE bit ridiculous.

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Omg

Keslers future is uncertain? It would be more likely that AV's future is shaky, and that's not the case. So you could just imagine how untrue your statement is

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He can't be traded until July 1st, 2013. After that Nashville can trade him and most likely will. Otherwise they would have signed the NTC and NMC he requested. They can get at least 3-4 pieces for a player of his magnitude.

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He is a defenseman. His primary job on the ice is to defend. He is solid in his own end, where a defenseman should be. Edler is porous in his own end and is prone to blind passes and being beaten on the rush.

Also consider that he requested an NMC and NTC from Nashville and received neither. The team is struggling due to it's lack of forward depth. He is biding his time and will seek a trade to a contender.

Basing a defenseman's worth on how many goals or assists he makes while completely ignoring his play in his own end is a tad elementary, isn't it?

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*SNORE* :rolleyes:

Another instance of Vancouver media attempting to make a mountain out of a molehill so it has something to talk about... Controversy sells people. At most, this is a VERY MINOR disagreement.

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When I saw the title, I was worried there might be some truth to this thread.

Then I saw who it was created by, and was relieved.

Thanks for the laughs as always King of BS.

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