Will the Yotes make a trade?

Who’s Number One in Phoenix?

(theFourth period.com) Phoenix Coyotes goalie Sean Burke is ready to return to the line-up but coach Bobby Francis is not rushing him back. . Francis will ride the hot hand of Zac Bierk who has great numbers (1.33 goals-against average, .958 save percentage) in 10 appearances. Media in Phoenix think that there may be one too many goalies around when Burke returns and that a deal is inevitable. {TFP.com}

Considering Noone writes about the Yotes,i think they have a good chance to make some noise before the trade deadline…

why you ask?

Amonte’s NOT producing….

Burke isnt the #1 anymore…..Bierk seems to have stolen that job….

Burke & Amonte are most likely on thier way out of Yoteville….id bet more so on Burke…

Hes a guy that could help a team whos unsure of thier goalie situation going towards playoff contention [Philly?]

and Boucher was signed to a fat contract…..

Any Opinons?

DaMick


14 Responses to Will the Yotes make a trade?

  1. Obcd says:

    I don’t think it’s a good idea for the Coyotes to trade Burke. Bierk is having some good times but it’s the first time he has the chance to play on a regular basis. Don’t forget that this is his third team.

  2. bjtew says:

    with hackett being traded and irbe on waivers is there much of a demand for burke out there?

  3. titans says:

    Burke ain’t goin anywhere…the goalie market is full of good players, and not many teams need a netminder.

  4. Slovakiaz says:

    Good jokes !

    Zac Bierk have stolen the job … hehe

    Burke ain’t going anywhere … there’s no team … Philly ? what, hey guys, stop writing that Philly is in goaltending problems, fools … Cechmanek belongs to top goalies in the league.

    But Amonte trade sounds better … there’s a chance that it’ll happen :)

  5. r_milley says:

    Cechmanek will be put among the leagues elite when he actually wins some playoff games. Regular season numbers mean nothing if you dont have the playoff numbers to back them up.

  6. BosBrn says:

    Very true. Can we say BYRON DAFOE???!!!!! Great in the regular season…. invisible in the playoffs.

  7. matrix2003 says:

    No kidding, how many times do we need to here that bull of Cechmanek not being good enough? It wasn’t his fault they lost in the first round, it was there scoring that let them down.

  8. NHLFan1994 says:

    For one thing with Irbe on Waivers I doubt that Burke will go alone. The will have something that goes with him to increase trade value. I think if Burke does go anywhere the trade would be

    Coyotes Get: Fred Brathwaite,Tyson Nash,1 Prospects and $$$

    Blues Get: Sean Burke and Tony Amonte

  9. djstoop_id says:

    well then I guess he’ll have to start to score goals. It’s not his fault Philly scored like 3 goals in 3 playoff games last year.

    Come on. That’s a stupid argument.

  10. jammer21 says:

    as much as i would cream in my jeans should larceny of that magnitude occur, i doubt it would happen. it MIGHT look more like this:

    to Coyotes: Brent Johnson/Fred Brathwaite, Bryce Salvador, Justin Papineau, no.3 pick and CASH

    to Blues: Sean Burke, Tony Amonte

  11. r_milley says:

    3-7 in 10 games, thats 2 series. It’s too bad hsi team couldnt score for him but the bottom line was that he didnt win and thats what matters and until he wins in the playoffs he wont get a lot of respect.

  12. wingerxx says:

    whoa…i don’t think so.

  13. amok says:

    Granted his stats from two years ago in the playoffs don’t look very good but there’s not a single goaltender in the past or present of the NHL that could have won the series against Ottawa last year with the way the Flyers were putting pucks in the net. Philly only scored two goals the whole series and one of them was in OT. Only hole-less cement walls can win with that kind of offensive production!

  14. amok says:

    Granted his stats from two years ago in the playoffs don’t look very good but there’s not a single goaltender in the past or present of the NHL that could have won the series against Ottawa last year with the way the Flyers were putting pucks in the net. Philly only scored two goals the whole series and one of them was in OT. Only hole-less cement walls can win with that kind of offensive production!

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