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Anybody else bothered by the fact that Chris Pronger's contract was traded this weekend and he was elected into the HHoF?

Hard to believe how many lock-outs we've witnessed just to keep on doing the same stupid crap. Zero sympathy for the owners ever. They're the victims of their own subterfuge, always have been, always will be.

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Hard to believe how many lock-outs we've witnessed just to keep on doing the same stupid crap. Zero sympathy for the owners ever. They're the victims of their own subterfuge, always have been, always will be.

I'm probably just bitter over the whole Kovalchuk contract debacle, but the NHL sucks at applying it's policies equitably.

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Anybody else bothered by the fact that Chris Pronger's contract was traded this weekend and he was elected into the HHoF?

Ridiculous that he is paid by the NHL and still has an active player contract, too. THAT ALONE is against the rules.

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Wow, a lot of changes for a lot of teams today. Of course, TSN is barely acknowledging any of them. Aside from Phil Kessel to the Pens, that is.

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Ridiculous that he is paid by the NHL and still has an active player contract, too. THAT ALONE is against the rules.

Well, being explicitly against the CBA isn't the same as going against the spirit of the CBA, so it's all good ;-)

Wow, a lot of changes for a lot of teams today. Of course, TSN is barely acknowledging any of them.

Aside from Phil Kessel to the Pens, that is.

Pretty interesting stuff. A lot of big names (as big as this FA class gets, anyway) changing places. Should make for an interesting season.

I'm glad the Devils are largely staying out of things. They're in full rebuild, at least with Shero at the helm, they finally accepted it, instead of the perennial overpaying a bunch of guys in the hopes of becoming a playoff bubble team. As much as it's going to suck to watch, this team needs a few garbage years so they can restock the system.

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I can see Kessel scoring a goal per game for the first thirty, then disappearing for twenty, then going on another binge to end the season. Edmonton made some decent moves today. I'm just glad they didn't sign Belesky or Mike Green.

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I can see Kessel scoring a goal per game for the first thirty, then disappearing for twenty, then going on another binge to end the season.

Kessel should be a beast on that team. The Penguins' window with this core to win more Cups is pretty much now, so they need to make as much of it as they can.

Edmonton made some decent moves today. I'm just glad they didn't sign Belesky or Mike Green.

Beleskey is this year's Clarkson. The Bruins have made one head scratcher after another this offseason.

Mike Green is actually pretty good if you consider him solely as an offensive defenseman and a powerplay quarterback. Not exactly what the Oilers need, though.

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I agree totally. While I'd love to see Green get forty assists playing with Hall and McDavid, Edmonton needs more of a well balanced vet who can excel on both the PK and PP. Andrej Sekera may never put up Green like numbers, but his overall game suits Edmonton well. He's a solid number two defenseman on a team where there's nobody even established as a clear cut number three guy.

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