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  1. Doesn't sound like BM is expecting Kesler to return this year. https://www.nhl.com/news/ryan-kesler-could-be-out-for-season-with-anaheim-ducks/c-305813214 "I don't know if we're going to see him again this year," Ducks general manager and coach Bob Murray told the Orange County Register. "I don't know when he's coming back. He's hurting pretty good." Kesler, who has eight points (five goals, three assists) in 60 games this season, played his 1,000th NHL game March 5 against the Arizona Coyotes but has been dealing with the hip issue all season. "I get why he wanted to do that," Murray said. "It would have been very difficult to say no (to playing in 1,000 games)."
  2. That's fair. RC would definitely have this team in Ottawa point territory if he was still around.
  3. If the majority of his teammates have a problem with the coach, then there is not much he can do about it. Also he's missed a good chunk of time again this year due to injury. I'm not sure/remember how it all went down in 2012, but I'm not gonna hold this recent firing over his head. If anyone's leadership should be put into question, it should BM for taking shots at his players at a time it was obvious that RC's coaching had worn on the players and prolonging an already sinking ship.
  4. I certainly hope this doesn't happen. I think Getzlaf has said all the right things this season. He's having a down year, but so is the rest of the team and he is still the leading scorer...somehow.
  5. Mine would be Cozans at that point, but I don't think there is a huge difference in terms of rating and potential between Dach, Cozans, Podkolzin (although we both know Bob ain't drafting a Russian with a top 5 pick).
  6. Very sad. I think there is 3 guys I really like (Cozans, Kaapo, Hughes). If we land in the top 3, then I would call it a win.
  7. Current Odds: 1. Avs: 18.5% (Thanks Ottawa) 2. LA: 13.5% 3. DET: 11.5% 4. ANA: 9.5% Detroit and LA are within reach, but Ottawa is probably the worst team in the league. I don't think anyone will usurp Colorado for best odds by season's end. Best hope is to shoot for the top 3. If we land outside the top 2, I like what I read and see from Dylan Cozans. I think top 3 would be a win.
  8. I don't think anyone was really upset with the Perry contract when it was handed out. I think people even knew that the last few years of the deal may not be worth the money, but at the same time, Perry was in the middle of his prime and one of the top goal scoring threats of the league while the Ducks were one of the top teams of the league. It would have been counter intuitive to the team's vision had they let him walk or trade. The Kesler one is much harder to defend.
  9. For a 6th round draft pick. We got more from St. Louis than Vancouver did from us, haha.
  10. We should probably keep him away from Kase, just to be safe.
  11. I don't think this guy will ever be in a Ducks uniform unless a major injury crisis happens. This more than likely signals that Terry will be staying with the club for most of the year. Looking at Sieloff's stats, I can't imagine anyone views this guy as NHL material when he can't even produce in the AHL.
  12. Well if the Sharks get booted in the 1st round after loading up and acquiring Karlsson, then I won't care where their pick ends up because I will be too busy laughing for awhile.
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