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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by CF3234, Sep 14, 2017.
go win a 'chip kid.
Gotta be out at the end of the season.
I wonder if its still feasible to shoehorn them into the Footprint Center? They've done a bunch of renovations to it lately so not sure that's even an option. There's nothing else here that could accommodate them even short-term.
they need to just move already. Also force the sale to a respectable ownership group in the new city. current group is an embarrassment to the league.
Put them in Houston, call them Aeros and call it a day
go to Quebec City
i love you man but it is not happening.
That's the mayor of Hartford
I just that Owen Power not going.
Does anyone know why he chose college hockey over OHL
Hmmm dorms with hot girls and electric student sections over half empty arenas in Saskatoon
is there any risk that OHL does not go back to normal season again?
I mean a year in Ann Arbor at that age is appealing imo
Im not sure I haven’t read anything on it to be honest.
But he chose USHL to remain college eligible before the pandemic. You don’t see a kid from Mississauga make that choice very often. More curious what the reason was
Brand new arena, billionaire owner who owns one of the country’s biggest telecom companies. Makes sense, but I still think the league wants a new market.
peladeau messed everything up when he got involved in politics with a separatist party no less( what a fucking fiasco that was too)
i think that he is legit insane and nobody in the nhl wants any part of him in the boys club.
The current Coyotes owner has lied about his wealth and an overall sleezy guy. NBA rejected him as an owner, so of course Bettman said yes.
the market is also an issue in Quebec and clearly bettman wants no part of it. Houston makes more sense for the nhl if you think strictly business and that’s what they do. Quebec is a plan f option. It would take a complete collapse for the nhl to look at Quebec. Houston, a second team in Toronto, a team in Europe etc would be better for bettman than coming back to Quebec. It sucks but it seems to be the reality, Quebec is like the fat girl that you see throwing up on the sidewalk when you get out of the bar for the nhl.
Apparently the old coliseum at the fairgrounds (now “famous” for holding the election “audit”) is on the table.
Yet Winnipeg still happened under Bettman.
Seems like a good step towards locking in NHL participation
winnipeg has a great owner, Quebec would need the same and it’s not happening
It was not even funny but good for the guy
should have been -
do people really train in skates off the ice?
that seems unnecessary and not worth the risk to me but I’m not a trainer.
This video reminded me of the football players jumping out of a pool or some qb getting chased with a broom. Nothing in this will ever help you be better at your sport
Holy shit this is so sad
no word yet, but there are only two real options, neither of them good.
Typically suicide or OD when they don’t give a reason.
damn that is terrible
Kane got the same woman pregnant 3 times, paid her for the first 2 abortions, then reneged on the third
Hard to imagine a much worse offseason at this point
What a fucking piece of shit
I regret finding out Dustin Penner has a Twitter account.
At some point SJ is going to tell him go home and wait for a trade. If it doesn’t happen, enjoy your retirement. What a a POS.
Between penner and evander Kane this was not a good page for former nhl players.
pretty team friendly imo
If only his first round brother was worth that much.
I like his game but I can’t help but think that this contract has the potential to age very poorly.
+ Brandon Prust
I feel like he has the kind of game that will age very well. it's not like he's depending on elite athleticism or something.
sure, I doubt he's worth that AAV at the end of the deal, but I think the likelihood is high that he's still a useful player.
I wouldn't call it a team friendly deal, but it's certainly not a bad one.
I think he ages similar to bergeron where at the end of the deal he's still providing elite defense and 40ish points of offense.
Assuming the cap rises, it's not a bad deal at all.
I didn't call it a team friendly deal. I think it's fair.