Hockey Widow wrote: There are players like Kesler, Bieksa, Luongo and the twins that want MG to do whatever it takes to make the team a contender and those same players don't want to be part of a re-build. Interesting times. The Olympic break is coming at the right time for this team, well a week ago would have been better.
Hockey Widow wrote:The player told him that the NTC will not be a problem. If the Canucks want to move out guys with NTC all it does will allow those players to have some control over where they go. Basically said that none of the players would stay if they were asked to waive, when the team wants to move on you go, you just try to control the situation that is best for your family and career.
players like Kesler would test FA at the first chance.
Topper wrote:Interested to know how much the "missing the playoffs is not an option" was directed at the coaching staff as well as the players.
RoyalDude wrote:Interesting times for Mike Gillis, he re-tools, the core gets angry, what does the whimp do, let players run the team or himself? Bold Moves vs The Process? What will it be? Stay tuned, this is getting real good!
Strangelove wrote:Even if the wops were threatening to can him, he's not going to trade for the sake of trading.
Topper wrote:Strangelove wrote:Even if the wops were threatening to can him, he's not going to trade for the sake of trading.
Unless the head of one of Tortorellas dogs ends up in his bed.
Hockey Widow wrote:I would love to know the truth about the alleged Detroit deal for Edler. Was this another blown opportunity or just a trade for potentials that was turned down? Just think, if MG had traded Luongo BEFORE the new CBA the team would be off the hook for any future cap recapture, I.e. Nash. The one grandfathering of front load contracts.
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