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Would Columbus Be A Fit For Souray?

from Aaron Portzline of Puck-rakers,

The Dispatch has learned that there have been internal conversations within the Blue Jackets about trading for Souray, a three-time All-Star with record-setting power play ability and one of the most fear slap shots in the NHL.

The likely candidate to be traded by Columbus would be Mike Commodore, the club’s highest- paid defenseman.

To be clear, there is no deal on the table between the Blue Jackets and Oilers. If there have been talks between Blue Jackets GM Scott Howson and Oilers GM Steve Tambellini, they have not been extensive or specific, The Dispatch has been told.


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Viqsi's avatar

This trade idea (Commodore-Souray) has been bouncing around on HFBoards since April. I like it, but I’d be happier if we got him off reentry waivers.

Posted by Viqsi on 09/19/10 at 03:24 PM ET

german_wing's avatar

hmm, having both commodore and souray would be great, sure ... but if there’s a choice between those two, it’s a fairly easy one, right?

Posted by german_wing from Frankfurt, Germany on 09/19/10 at 04:11 PM ET

german_wing's avatar

With Souray you know what you’re gettin’

yea, you’re also gettin a player with health issues instead of one with conditioning issues.
but still, souray should be an upgrade over commodore, no matter how you compare those two.

Posted by german_wing from Frankfurt, Germany on 09/19/10 at 04:34 PM ET

redxblack's avatar

Dumping the big ginger would be a plus for columbus.

Posted by redxblack from Akron Ohio on 09/20/10 at 02:08 AM ET

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