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DarthKane last won the day on September 5 2014

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  1. This guy would be a great add to the prospect pipeline, him and Cal Petersen.
  2. Rentals have a time and a place. But I don't think a rental will do much good for the team. Maybe a modestly priced bottom 6 forward at most, but I wouldn't trade a high pick or decent prospect.
  3. I think Forsling is here to stay, Q seems to be really high on the kid and he has a boatload of potential.
  4. Joel Armia?
  5. Hopefully this is just a precautionary move and it provides Keith with the opportunity to get more rest.
  6. I think it's too early to tell, the roster we see today is unlikely to be the final roster on opening day. However, based on the current roster I would guess the lineup would like like this: Panik - Toews - Hossa/Kane Panarin - Anisomov - Kane/Hossa Kero - Kruger - McNeill/Hartman Desjardins - Rasmussen - Lundberg Tootoo/Mashtiner
  7. Rozsival won't be a regular on the 3rd pairing, he'll be the #7 at best. Hopefully Seabrook and Keith are reunited. I didn't like the Keith-Hjalmarsson tandem.
  8. No argument there. Except is probably a little unlikely that Montreal take Mashinter over Danault in the deal. That deal still has be a bit perplexed It seemed like Weise was the main target and Flash was more of the "throw-in" for lack of a better term. But Flash has been utilized a lot more effectively and so far is the better part of the acquisition. Although that could quickly change in the playoffs.
  9. He'll have to cross the border anyway, most of his games will be against US teams.
  10. Outside of Winnipeg, Calgary and Minnesota would be the next closest options. Chicago would be closer than Toronto and Ottawa is way out there. I would be on Hamonic landing in Winnipeg or Minnesota, with Edmonton being an option too.
  11. The max cap relief by sending a player to the AHL is $950,000. Since Rundblad makes $1,050,000 there would be a remaining cap hit of $100,000, Although the return would be minuscule, I think there would be a market for a Rundblad trade. Stan might only recoup a 4th or 5th round pick but that's better than waiving Rundblad and losing him for nothing. When Keith returns somebody has to be the odd man out, my guess is either Svedberg (to Rockford) or Rundblad (moved).
  12. No, because his performance bonuses would kick in. Panarin can still have a stellar year, but let's hope McDavid is just a little bit better. Next year Panarin leave McDavid in his dust.
  13. Neither would clear waivers but that's not the end of the world. I would be shocked if TVR starts in Rockford. Nobody expects him to be a superstar but he can certainly start the season in one of the #5 - #7 roles. I may be on the outside but I don't see Hedja or Lubo making the team.
  14. ESPN Chicago ‏@ESPNChiHawks 32m32 minutes ago Stan Bowman says he sees David Rundblad having a bigger role and contributing more next season Mark Lazerus ‏@MarkLazerus 32m32 minutes ago Stan Bowman sounds like he wants to re-sign Rundblad, too. "I think David has shown nice progress. We like what he brings to the table."