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View Poll Results: The Sabres will Finish:

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  • In the top 8

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  • In the draft lottery

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  • Mired in between the lottery and the playoff seeds

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  1. #16
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    Columbus might pop on Connolly. They are really trying to make the playoffs, and through injury have no one to center Nash.

    Last year we had that Torres trade with Columbus, so there's some business precedent.

    Klesla or Umberger would be a nice return for Buffalo.
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  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottyMCSS View Post
    Columbus might pop on Connolly. They are really trying to make the playoffs, and through injury have no one to center Nash.

    Last year we had that Torres trade with Columbus, so there's some business precedent.

    Klesla or Umberger would be a nice return for Buffalo.
    Klesla could be interesting. Really I'd be interested in Cody Goloubef and a draft pick. Rated 7.5C.

    From Hockeysfuture.com

    Talent Analysis
    Goloubef is an intelligent defenseman blessed with superb offensive skills and displays tremendous poise with the puck. He possesses a big shot and can get it to the net. He has excellent on-ice vision, follows plays very well and has little trouble finding and getting passes to his teammates. In addition, he can make really nice outlet passes. While his decisions with the puck are very good, he’ll need to be able to make them quicker to have success both at the collegiate level and beyond.

    Goloubef is a wonderful skater, combining good speed with powerful yet fluid strides. His transitioning is good, although it is another area that should improve with development. His great skating ability coupled with his offensive instincts and vision allows him to frequently jump up into the play and create more scoring opportunities for his team.

    Goloubef possesses good size and as his body matures the lack of strength issue should be addressed as well. While he is not a particularly physical player, Goloubef won’t shy away from playing the body when necessary. He thinks and understands the game remarkably well for such a young player. His ability to adjust and adapt to virtually any type of situation is also quite good. Though he has all of the exuberance that comes with youth, Goloubef also handles himself in a professional manner. He works and competes hard and his desire to learn is matched only by his unyielding pursuit of being the best that he can be
    Last edited by GrkGawdofWalkz; 02-20-2011 at 11:35 AM.

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  4. #18
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    well looks like playoffs it is

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