Comments on: Sturm on his way out of beantown????
NHL - Hockey Trade Rumors, providing NHL Hockey Trade Rumors since 1996Thu, 02 Oct 2014 12:46:50 +0000hourly1By: ian_strat
Wed, 21 Feb 2007 16:59:28 +0000http://localhost/wordpress24/?p=15124#comment-212671personaly i'd rather see boston re-sign him long term because he's at proven 20+ goal scorer he's not know to be injury prone, and he is still young. boston has a good core of young players and they need to keep them together instead of crossing there fingers and hoping someone from the farm is going to step up and score 20+. they need to start rolling 4 strong lines so they can compete at a high level every night. they are almost there, just missing a few pieces.
Wed, 21 Feb 2007 10:36:02 +0000http://localhost/wordpress24/?p=15124#comment-212670Yeah, i have also come to the conclusion that Bochenski is Glen Murray Jr…for pennies on the dollar. The guy was averaging a goal a game in the AHL and has scored goals at every level. He is also a guy with size who does not play physical and who has great value only if he is playing with a talented center who can set him up in the slot. Maybe Chiarelli is thinking that way and will sign Sturm then dish Murray…San Jose's offense has been horrid of late and I'm sure they would love to get Murray tp pair with JT….hopefully in not such a one-sided deal this time. Perhaps Segotuchi and Kaspar and a contract coming back.
Wed, 21 Feb 2007 10:22:25 +0000http://localhost/wordpress24/?p=15124#comment-212669I see your point of view and may have to agree with you that we have some options in house. Kobasew should be given a good chance. He is capable of 20 + goals a season. Maybe Boston should trade Glen Murray and get some defence help. I love Glen Murray but his $4.5 million salary is too high. However he could reach 35-40 goals this year, but maybe only about 65 points. Plus I have never seen him come close to dishing out a hit.