Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly

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    Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly

    Ship them out.  Depth players that aren't getting it done. Time to spend some money and bring some skill in. 
     
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    Peverly?  You're out of your mind.
     
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    not only did you misspell two of the three players names, but you are also completely dead wrong. who are you going to replace those guys with? hamill and kamper? are the Bs just going to play 3 lines and 4 d or were you expecting to get suter and rick nash for those three guys?
     
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    This slump is starting to make us all crazy.
     
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    Peverly is fine, the others??????????????????
     
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    Corvo, I might agree with. But not Peverley and Poulliot.
     
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    In Response to Re: Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly:
    [QUOTE]Corvo, I might agree with. But not Peverley and Poulliot.
    Posted by Bruinfaninnewjersey[/QUOTE]
    I can't figure why so many people are cutting Pouliot so much slack. He took another brutal penalty today and contributed nothing at all positive. He's on pace for 30 points. That might be OK if he was a PK guy like Paille and Kelly but he's not. Pouliot's got some positive attributes but they only seem to show up every 6 or 7 games.
     
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    [QUOTE]This slump is starting to make us all crazy.
    Posted by red75[/QUOTE]

    Or in my case red, crazier.
     
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    Re: Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly

    Is Pouliot contributing less than Thornton?
     
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    [QUOTE]Is Pouliot contributing less than Thornton?
    Posted by Bruinfaninnewjersey[/QUOTE]
    It's very close but yes. Pouliot gets a point every 32 minutes of ice time. Thornton (with lesser linemates) gets a point every 45.7 minutes and he also does other things.
     
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    I think one of the calls on Pouliot questionable...in my book he most time plays an aggressive hard nosed game .... To me Krejci is floating and continually losing the puck..he definitely needs to pick up his game...when you get big dollars then earn them.
     
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    In Response to Re: Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly:
    [QUOTE]I think one of the calls on Pouliot questionable...in my book he most time plays an aggressive hard nosed game .... To me Krejci is floating and continually losing the puck..he definitely needs to pick up his game...when you get big dollars then earn them.
    Posted by saultont[/QUOTE]

    you realize that for december and january he was pretty much the best offensive player in the league behind Malkin right?
     
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    Peverly no way - he can do so many things well
    Pouliot is okay but if you can get an upgrade without having to pay too much - do it
    Corvo - okay on the pp but a defensive liability - upgrade needed
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly : I can't figure why so many people are cutting Pouliot so much slack. He took another brutal penalty today and contributed nothing at all positive. He's on pace for 30 points. That might be OK if he was a PK guy like Paille and Kelly but he's not. Pouliot's got some positive attributes but they only seem to show up every 6 or 7 games.
    Posted by dezaruchi[/QUOTE]
    I agree Dez.  He has been okay at best.  He is far from irreplaceable.
     
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    These players are playing just ok and thats not good enough.  The B's top players are struggling or hurt and these guys are not filling the void as depth players should.  Package them up and trade them. Ok I will cut Peverly some slack but we still need another horse come playoffs time.
     
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    Ritchie!!!
     
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    [QUOTE]These players are playing just ok and thats not good enough.  The B's top players are struggling or hurt and these guys are not filling the void as depth players should.  Package them up and trade them. Ok I will cut Peverly some slack but we still need another horse come playoffs time.
    Posted by mattbs[/QUOTE]

    so players struggle for a couple weeks and they should be shipped out? So we should have shipped out krejci, lucic, horton, chara, seids, and pretty much everyone else on the team?
     
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    In Response to Re: Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly:[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly : Pouliot's got some positive attributes but they only seem to show up every 6 or 7 games. Posted by dezaruchi[/QUOTE]

    Yah I saw him bump Martin in the back after Fleury tied up the puck it was awesome!
     
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    i'm with fanwithnumbersafterhim on this one. just like when the team went from Cup hangover to invincible, the team was due for another slump. Deal with it, and stop making roster changes that aren't going to happen.

     
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    In Response to Re: Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly : I can't figure why so many people are cutting Pouliot so much slack. He took another brutal penalty today and contributed nothing at all positive. He's on pace for 30 points. That might be OK if he was a PK guy like Paille and Kelly but he's not. Pouliot's got some positive attributes but they only seem to show up every 6 or 7 games.
    Posted by dezaruchi[/QUOTE]

    But Stanley says that Pouliot will be the next coming of Wheeler ?

    Anyone have any problems with him playing elsewhere next year ? Not me. And having him on the PP is .......just not right. I'd really like to see an upgrade at that spot come the trade deadline with Pouliot moving down the depth chart.
     
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    corvo and Pouliot absolutely. Plus hamill. Just read where the penguins sent their resident pugilist to the minors , following Orr. The explanation was that he did not score in 10 plus games. Why, beyond his energy, is Claude still playing Thornton full time?
     
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    These players are playing just ok and thats not good enough.  The B's top players are struggling or hurt and these guys are not filling the void as depth players should.  Package them up and trade them. Ok I will cut Peverly some slack but we still need another horse come playoffs time.
     
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    In Response to Re: Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly:
    [QUOTE]These players are playing just ok and thats not good enough.  The B's top players are struggling or hurt and these guys are not filling the void as depth players should.  Package them up and trade them. Ok I will cut Peverly some slack but we still need another horse come playoffs time.
    Posted by mattbs[/QUOTE]

    I think PC is happy with the horses he has.  I don't foresee him making a deal this year.  It's a good team.
     
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    Re: Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly

    In Response to Re: Corvo, Pouliotte, Peverly:
    [QUOTE]These players are playing just ok and thats not good enough.  The B's top players are struggling or hurt and these guys are not filling the void as depth players should.  Package them up and trade them. Ok I will cut Peverly some slack but we still need another horse come playoffs time.
    Posted by mattbs[/QUOTE]

    you're a lunatic
     

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