Vancouvers offseason plan…

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To Columbus: Brenden Morrison, Patrick Columbue
To Vancouver: Gilbert Brule

To L.A: Alexander Frolov
To Washington: Cory Schiender, 1st rounder, 2nd rounder, Lukas Krajicek

To Nashville: Alex Edler, 2nd rounder, Juraj Simek
To Vancouver: Shea Weber

To Anahiem: Corry Perry
To Vancouver: Marcus Naslund

To Anahiem: Matt Cooke
To Vancouver: Goerge Parros, 2nd round pick

To Any team: Marc Chouinard
To Vancouver: 5th round pick

The first trade could happen, because Brule’s value is low, and wouldn’t demand a good prospects. Brule will be great, but his value is low.
L.A needs a goalie desperatly. They will do anything for a goalie, and that goalie could be Schiender. With Kopitar, and soon O’ Sullivan they don’t have a bad future on offense, but there goaltending will not be good until Bernier becomes a starter and that could be another 4 years. The Canuck’swould have a great future on defense with Bourdon, and Weber. Since Edler coud be traded he would replace him. I think if people say the Duck’s would rather have Sundin then Naslund that’s dumb. Anahiem doesn’t have a real 1st line left winger, Naslund is way younger, and could be great with Selanne, and McDonald. The Nuck’s need toughness, and Parros can provide that. The last trade is just to dump Chouinard.


Anson Carter for 1.5 million.
Sheldon Souray for 5.5 million.
Kevin Weeks for 1.0 million.
Resign Pyatt for 1.0 million.
Give Grabner a contract for 0.5 million.
Sign Brad May to a 2 way contract for 0.5 million.
Resign Green for 0.5 million.
Resign Kesler for 1.0 million (assuming he would take a paycut).
Resign Trembley for 0.5 million, and to a 2 way contract.

Walk away from:

Tommi Santala, Sami Salo, Danny Sabourin, Rory Fitzpatrick, Trevor Linden, and Jan Bulis

The Team:

Sedin-Sedin-Carter= 8.5 million
Frolov-Brule-Perry=3.0 million
Pyatt-Kesler-Grabner= 2.5 million
Burrows-Rypien-Parros= 1.5 million
extras: Green, May= 1.0 million

Weber-Bieksa= 1.0 million
Bourdon-Mitchell= 4.5 million
Ohlund-Souray= 9.0 million
extra: Trembley= 0.5 million

Luongo= 6.5
Weeks= 1.0

Total= 41.5 (I rounded, but it’s 40.0 roughly if you don’t round, and write the actualy number)

That looks like a very deadly team, ecspecialy the defense. Luc Bourdon qill be the only d man who won’t be capible of being a top 2 d man, and he will be soon. That is probaly the best d in the NHL. I like the 2nd forward line. Perry, Frolov, Brule would be the best young line in the entire NHL. The goaltending is, just now a better backup. The team would be Cup contenders.


Capitan: Willie Mitchell.
Assitants: The Sedins, and Mattias Ohlund.

11 Responses to Vancouvers offseason plan…

  1. canucklehead_101 says:

    okay if Vancouver trades their Capitan they will fall. That is only if they dont get Peter Forsberg or Mats Sudin, I would trade nazzy and sign Souray and Forsberg or keep him and get rid of Chouinard and Mo, because Willie Mitchell will not ever be a capitan for the canucks. Resign Trevor Linden for 1-year, 900.000$-1.01 million$, Carter is a waste of money forget about him bring back bert, no one else will sign him and put him with the sedins that will give them some protection




    Frolov for Morrison, 3rd RD
    Brule for Cooke, 4th RD
    Weber for Edler, 3rd RD Condtional 2008
    sign Souray to a  4-year, 10 million$ deal
    Re-sign to a Pyatt 2-year, 4.0 Million$ deal
    sign Bertuzzi to a 1-year, 1.8 Million $ deal
    sign Weekes to a 2-year, 1.0 Million $ deal
    sign Forsberg to a 2-year, 6.0 Million $ deal
    sign Tucker to a 4-year, 11.0 Million $ deal
    re-sign Coulombe to a 3-year, 2.5 Million $ Deal
    re-sign Kesler 2-year, 1.9 Million $ deal
    Naslund, Fuller, 5th RD for Perry, 3rd RD, Parros
    Sign Mason Raymond to a 5-year deal worth 2.25 million
    sign Frolov to a 2-year, 5.0 Million $ contact extension

  2. DeathCab says:

    To L.A: Alexander Frolov
    To Washington: Cory Schiender, 1st rounder, 2nd rounder, Lukas Krajicek

    First of all, Washington isn't Vancouver.  Secondly, Frolov is untouchable.  You just don't trade a guy like him.

    Next, Ohlund and Souray will not stay in Vancouver if you're giving them 3rd pairing time.  They'll simply demand a trade / won't sign a deal.  Seriously, why would Souray, a guy whose value has never been higher, sign a deal knowing he won't be a top 2 defense men?

  3. BieksaForMVP says:

    I didn't mean that they had to play that kind of ice time… way to figure that out.

  4. BieksaForMVP says:

    No, just no.

  5. yogi says:

    hmm. That's ALOT of off season movement. I would only really like to see the first trade happen. That would be awesome.

  6. BieksaForMVP says:

    Yeah it might be just a bit. lol

  7. canucklehead_101 says:

    okay deathcab you are a damm idiot Frolov for Schneider, 1st, 2nd Rder's, Lukas Krajicek!!!

    They would accept Frolov, Burke, Miller, Kostopoulos for Schneider, 1st, 2nd rder's and Lukas Krajicek!!! Burke is a good backup for Luongo Frolov is worth a first and so is Miller (for Schneider(for balance))they might as well throw in O'Sullivan and Kopitar!

  8. JuiceBox says:

    This is probably the most retarded thing I have ever read…..

    First you actually think that Sheldon Souray is going to sign for 4 years at $10 million which is $2.5 Million a year, when he is making $2.432 this year, yeah because that will almost happen.

    Second if you are gong to offer Tucker a 4 year deal worth $11 million which is $2.75 a year, JFJ will match that in a heart beat and probably offer a lot more than that.

    Third I don't think that there is a chance that Bertuzzi will come back to Vancouver and Forsberg won't pla in Canada if he has his choice.

    Fourth there is no way that Frolov is going to be traded.

    Good luck with all this…

  9. canucklehead_101 says:

    Bert wanted to stay in Vancity anyway and no one else will sign him!!!
    Sheldon Souray would sign something like 3-year-18 million$ instead of 4-years and 10 million + Bonuses & option year
    You know what Forsberg does want to come to a canadian team!!! do what the toronto blue jays have done, take a chance on a guy that is injury prone!!!!

  10. canucklehead_101 says:

    Kesler will not take a paycut because it is impossible…a restristed free agent is not allowed to re-sign for lower than what his last contact was!!!

  11. BieksaForMVP says:

    Yeah I know, I think a player struggling offensivly (and he's supposed to score) would sign for less, and he knows that he screwed the team last year, so I think he would do something for the team, and if he doesn't they still have some Cap room.

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