sturm really got 2.25 million?

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    sturm really got 2.25 million?

    in vancouver of all places
     
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    Welcome to July 1!
     
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    I guess he convinced them his knees are good.  Or was it hips?  I can't remember.
    I actually think he will do them some good.
     
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    i broke the sturm news to boston.com.....winning
     
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    I really miss Marco Sturm. One of my favorite Bruins.

    He'll bring some class and honest effort to Vancouver, lord knows they need it.
     
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    Marco's greatest asset was his speed, which i'm sure has suffered after his knee troubles. The Nucks could have had Benoit Pouliot for 1.1 mil.
     
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    [QUOTE]I really miss Marco Sturm. One of my favorite Bruins. He'll bring some class and honest effort to Vancouver, lord knows they need it.
    Posted by Olsonicator[/QUOTE]

    ...then poor Marco will get hurt. Again.
     
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    Can hockey players play in a wheelchair?
     
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    Whatever, Peter Forsberg got hurt a lot too. They were both robbed years of quality play.
     
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    God, a player with integrity signs for the Canucks. Who would have thought?
     
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    they will LOVE Marco's goal celebrations in Vancouver and so will I.

    A classy guy all around.
     
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    He was a good Bruin and still would be if he could stay healthy. Tha's alot of money, however, for someone who has zero shot of making it through a season. I wish him well
     
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    brought in to replace torres
     
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    Based on who the Nucks lost (Erhoff, Torres and Glass) and who they have brought in (Sturm) they seemed to have gotten weaker. Calgary and Edmonton will simply follow in the B's footsteps and manhandle them all year...

     
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    [QUOTE]Based on who the Nucks lost (Erhoff, Torres and Glass) and who they have brought in (Sturm) they seemed to have gotten weaker. Calgary and Edmonton will simply follow in the B's footsteps and manhandle them all year...
    Posted by jmwalters[/QUOTE]

    Didn't you know there are a different set of rules for regular season play. The Nucks are built for those rules.  They won't get manhandled until the playoffs start. 
     
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    Not so sure about that Scooter now that the Oilers picked up Eager and Hordichuk. Both have legitimate beefs with the Nucks. The Hawks signed Carcillo and Mayers. I almost feel sorry for them, almost....
     
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    [QUOTE]Not so sure about that Scooter now that the Oilers picked up Eager and Hordichuk. Both have legitimate beefs with the Nucks. The Hawks signed Carcillo and Mayers. I almost feel sorry for them, almost....
    Posted by jmwalters[/QUOTE]

    Ya, Gillis is a little misguided?
     
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    Gillis has shown that he can build a team that can compete at the highest level during the regular season. 

    And, despite the fact that they didn't win the Cup, the Canucks did manage to rack up 15 wins during the playoffs, handling the Hawks, Preds and Sharks.  Should the Canucks "build a team to beat Boston"? 

    That's a risky move, because there's no guarantee (despite the talk on this web site) that the Bruins will make it back to the final in 2012. (Yes, yes, I know that there's no guarantee that the Canucks will be there, too -- but as a GM, Gillis has to plan for that to happen).

    Despite the talk about the Canucks being manhandled, the diving, biting, etc. etc., the big factor in the final was TT.  If he doesn't play like the reincarnation of Terry Sawchuk and Jacques Plante (I would say Ken Dryden, too, but he's not dead), I there's a very good chance that the Cup would have ended up on the west coast instead of the east.
     
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    [QUOTE]Gillis has shown that he can build a team that can compete at the highest level during the regular season.  And, despite the fact that they didn't win the Cup, the Canucks did manage to rack up 15 wins during the playoffs, handling the Hawks, Preds and Sharks.  Should the Canucks "build a team to beat Boston"?  That's a risky move, because there's no guarantee (despite the talk on this web site) that the Bruins will make it back to the final in 2012. (Yes, yes, I know that there's no guarantee that the Canucks will be there, too -- but as a GM, Gillis has to plan for that to happen). Despite the talk about the Canucks being manhandled, the diving, biting, etc. etc., the big factor in the final was TT.  If he doesn't play like the reincarnation of Terry Sawchuk and Jacques Plante (I would say Ken Dryden, too, but he's not dead), I there's a very good chance that the Cup would have ended up on the west coast instead of the east.
    Posted by 49-North[/QUOTE]

    It's easy to miss the sarcasm intended in my previous two posts.  It was in reference to Gillis complaining in the media that the ref's screwed his team out of a cup.  
     

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