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#1 sundstrom

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Posted 05 January 2011 - 02:51 PM

per TG Twitter.

wow. i guess this is the beginning of the message for marty. not that i think there's a market for him AT ALL, but it would be interesting if he takes this personally and starts looking to go.

at the very least, hopefully it allows them to get a true goaltender next year to play 1/2 the games and take the mantle.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 02:55 PM

I feel that Moose is a strong goaltender and is good enough to share the load with Marty. We arent winning with Marty in net.

Moose has 39 GA in 18 games. Marty has 74 GA in 27 games.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 02:58 PM

per TG Twitter.

wow. i guess this is the beginning of the message for marty. not that i think there's a market for him AT ALL, but it would be interesting if he takes this personally and starts looking to go.

at the very least, hopefully it allows them to get a true goaltender next year to play 1/2 the games and take the mantle.


Agreed all points.

(love marty, but secretly hoping he gets moved)
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 02:59 PM

TGfireandice: Hedberg confirms he will lose Thursday vs. Philadelphia.


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Posted 05 January 2011 - 03:00 PM

Marty isnt going anywhere. That is the dumbest fvcking thing this board has come up with all season. Marty will never ever leave NJ. He is going to finish his career here in NJ. :rolleyes:
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 03:03 PM

Good. Let Brodeur get over his injury, broken-heart, lost confidence etc & hopefully come back to regular form in a couple of weeks.
He says he doesn't like losing, so my guess is he'll like riding the pine even less.

I'm just hoping for a competetive team after the all-star break.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 03:04 PM

Marty isnt going anywhere. That is the dumbest fvcking thing this board has come up with all season. Marty will never ever leave NJ. He is going to finish his career here in NJ. :rolleyes:


i would say you are 95% accurate. but it's the first time anything like this has happened. i'm not about to let this turn into another marty sucks vs. marty's the best argument. just commenting that it's a change.

and marty getting traded would be good for this franchise going forward. that's not to say i'd be pissed if he finished his career here or am saying he should be a good soldier and do anything other than what he wants. he has earned that right.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 03:07 PM

Has anyone, besides Pens management, ever said that they like losing?

i would say you are 95% accurate. but it's the first time anything like this has happened. i'm not about to let this turn into another marty sucks vs. marty's the best argument. just commenting that it's a change.

and marty getting traded would be good for this franchise going forward. that's not to say i'd be pissed if he finished his career here or am saying he should be a good soldier and do anything other than what he wants. he has earned that right.


I feel there's a bit of a "cutting Mother's apron strings" in your statement concerning trading Marty being good for the franchise.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 03:20 PM

I feel there's a bit of a "cutting Mother's apron strings" in your statement concerning trading Marty being good for the franchise.


really, it's more about getting this franchise headed back in the right direction, not about trying to remove a dependency.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 03:24 PM

I feel Marty to Montreal is still a good option for everyone involved. I don't think it would sting him that badly if Marty was sent to play in his home town. Unless catastrophe strikes, Montreal is headed to the playoffs and they're not going to want Alex Auld backing up Carey price, who may or may not show up.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 03:41 PM

marty hasn't played well and he knows it so he has no problem getting the extra work and not getting thrown out there only to be yanked again, no other team is going to want to take a risk with him right now with his funk. he'll get over it.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 03:46 PM

I'm glad at least they aren't scapegoating Hedberg for that ludicruous bounce yesterday if nothing else :P

wow. i guess this is the beginning of the message for marty. not that i think there's a market for him AT ALL, but it would be interesting if he takes this personally and starts looking to go.


Why would he take it personally since he admitted he both didn't deserve to play based on results and kind of needed a mental break (which doesn't surprise me considering this is the first time anythign like this has ever happened to Marty).

I think the only way a trade happens this year is if Lou tells Marty he (Lou) is going to step away at the end of the season and asks him if he wants to be moved. Otherwise I think Lou and Marty will both be committed to having him finish out his contract and at least giving him a fresh start next year.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 03:46 PM

i would say you are 95% accurate. but it's the first time anything like this has happened. i'm not about to let this turn into another marty sucks vs. marty's the best argument. just commenting that it's a change.

and marty getting traded would be good for this franchise going forward. that's not to say i'd be pissed if he finished his career here or am saying he should be a good soldier and do anything other than what he wants. he has earned that right.


Right I agree with you. I think marty getting traded would deff benefit the franchise more so then him staying. Thats a given. Marty means to much to this franchise. It would be like Ovechkin just bombing for about 2 seasons in a row and progressively getting worse each week and then Washington putting him up for sale. It wouldnt happen. To many fans have Marty jerseys, to many fans have been watching sicne Marty came onto the team (me being one).

Im not against him leaving for some good players/picks in return. Trust me. It just isnt going to happen.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 04:45 PM

Right I agree with you. I think marty getting traded would deff benefit the franchise more so then him staying. Thats a given. Marty means to much to this franchise. It would be like Ovechkin just bombing for about 2 seasons in a row and progressively getting worse each week and then Washington putting him up for sale. It wouldnt happen. To many fans have Marty jerseys, to many fans have been watching sicne Marty came onto the team (me being one).

Im not against him leaving for some good players/picks in return. Trust me. It just isnt going to happen.

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I might not happen but it isn't put of the realm of possibility. Look at Calgary, Feaster has been given carte blanche with players.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 09:40 PM

Well, at least, it is very likely that we don't need to see marty getting yanked again.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 09:51 PM

Well, at least, it is very likely that we don't need to see marty getting yanked again.


Just so long as I don't see Hedberg get yanked after 98 seconds again :P
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 10:32 PM

unless Moose plays like he did that week, it doesn't matter who they put in goal in this game. make it a fan promotion. the 75th fan in the building gets to experience what it's like being the goalie for the Devils
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Posted 06 January 2011 - 01:30 AM

Fixed.

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I would be sick to my stomach if Brody EVER wore another teams jersey. Even Montreal, which I concede would be the most likely place he would go IF he were to ever play anywhere else.

The dude is having a nightmare season. ok. But I DO NOT want him to be moved no matter what the potential "benefit" we'd be getting. I want him between the pipes til he retires and hopefully he gets his groove back and backstops us to another cup or two if he decides to stay here for more then one more. :evil: :koolaid: :cheers:
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