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#1 Wedge-tailed Eagle

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 04:39 PM

Earlier today on either sportsnet or sportscentre they were discussing Colorado trading Paul Statsny, who IMO is a pretty good player.

So I got to think what it would take to get him, a much needed center Now I have an idea what you all are thinking, why would we want someone with such a high cap hit, well as most of you know now teams can retain some of the cap hit and I think also salary, so here is what i'm thinking.

To Van
Paul Statsny
Colorado retains 2 million cap hit
5th round draft pick

To Col
David Booth
Canucks retain 1 million in salary
Keith Ballard
Canucks retain 1 million in salary
Jordan Schroeder
2nd round draft pick

Thoughts? Is the value way off? Does the trading cap and salary not work?
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 04:53 PM

i think other teams in the league could outbid your offer for a Stastny at 4 600 000$
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Posted 12 March 2013 - 04:56 PM

stastny would be unreal with kesler, I think kesler could get 40 goals again with a center like him.

Id be willing to see what they would want for stastny, even if they ate 600k so he was just under sedin pay i think it would be worth it.
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