A Nashty Trade?

Columbus stinks. No two ways about it. But what about their star player….s? The captain could see his way out of things dont improve. The Jackets are a long way off from being a great team. Nash, Carter, and Umberger make up the majority of their team. The back end consists of Fedor Tyutin and Mark Methot. In net, Steve Mason has won less than 50 games since his sophmore year. So what would Scott Howson look for in return? WHere would Nash like to go? Here are some thoughts:

To San Jose:
Rick Nash
Derek Brassard

Joe Pavelski
Logan Couture
1st pick in 2012
3rd pick in 2013

To Toronto:
Rick Nash

To Columbus:
Carl Gunnarson
Jonas Gustavsson
Nazem Kadri
1st in 2012
TOR then signs G Marty Turco for 1 year, 1 mil.

To Florida:
Rick Nash

To Columbus:
Jose Theodore
Stephen Weiss
Mike Santorelli
2nd Round in 2012


58 Responses to A Nashty Trade?

  1. thisgamewelose says:

    Pavelski Yakupov Couture sure sounds nice.  Might have to switch Yakupov or Pavelski to left wing though.

  2. thisgamewelose says:

    Tyutin was also playing on the top line in NY. It was the break that upset many NYR fans, myself included.  Zherdev has talent, but that trade just sucked.

  3. Sharxfan20 says:

    Lol, Nikolai Zherdev. One of the most talented Russains ever, but it just didnt work out :/.

  4. MystifoLeafs says:

    Yeah I thought the same thing 19 is a bit drastic. top 9 is an over statement I see them more in the 10 to 15 spot in the league.

  5. LeafFansAreGay says:

    No way Nash is going to the laffs. He's got a better chance of winning the cup in Columbus.

  6. reinjosh says:

    Haha well yes we did. I was more talking about the Flames lol.

    Tangent, how awesome does that trade look for us now. Hagman was just demoted and now the only player the team has left from that trade is Stajan. It sucks for Calgary (especially since they are my second favorite team) but just an utter steal for us. 

  7. reinjosh says:

    Probably Yakupov. Add that into Johansen and Carter and they have a terrifying top 6. 

  8. Boston_Bruins says:

    What I say goes haha. But yeah, I don't remember him too much in the Toronto games, but last night was unquestionably his best game. I find myself getting pissed at Corvo for the opposite reasons of why I was getting pissed at Kaberle. Kaberle was too hesitant and didn't do enough, where as Corvo tries to do too much and it leads to boneheaded plays.

    And yeah, the bruins are really picking up now. The Krejci line is starting to roll, and we only need them in a second line role now that the Bergeron line has solidified themselves as the top unit (for now).

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