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#1 Posted on 27.6.04 2200.33
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First Ottawa dealt Radek Bonk to LA who flipped him to Montreal with Huet for Mathieu Garon.

Now they've traded Public Enemy #1 in Ottawa, Patrick Lalime to the St. Louis Blues for a conditional fourth-round draft pick in 2005.

Ottawa will get Dominik Hasek now with an incentive laced contract.

I think Lalime will do well in St. Louis because he IS a good goalie and he is a #1 goalie in the NHL but there was way too much pressure on him in Ottawa.

Also, Mathieu Garon will get a shot at being a #1 goalie in LA and I think he can do it. Add that to Martin Gerber going for Anaheim to Carolina and getting the #1 job there and you've got a bunch of new looks in goal already.

Whenever the next season is, Ottawa is going for it all with Hasek and it should be interesting to say the least.

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#2 Posted on 28.6.04 1049.44
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    Originally posted by fuelinjected
    Whenever the next season is, Ottawa is going for it all with Hasek and it should be interesting to say the least.


Who is Ottawa's backup goaltender? He could (will?) end up playing in over half Ottawa's games.
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#3 Posted on 28.6.04 1108.13
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AFAIK, the backup is still Martin Prusek, who seems to be a perfectly reasonable NHL goalie. From the little I've seen of him, he seemed to be more reliable than Lalime.
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#4 Posted on 28.6.04 1158.42
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I worked at the Norfolk Scope back when Lalime played in the ECHL. He was such a great goalie and a very nice guy. Now when the Blues have thier open practice this season I will have to don my ADMIRALS sweater and go down and show him some support.
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#5 Posted on 28.6.04 1512.22
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Too bad Lalime had to be the scapegoat...but change is good. He will do great in the western conference. Too bad Ottawa only got a bag of pucks for him...
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#6 Posted on 28.6.04 1716.25
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Now next season* the Sens can lose to Toronto in the second round instead of the first.

* = if there is a next season
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#7 Posted on 28.6.04 1950.36
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    Originally posted by Big Bad
    Now next season* the Sens can lose to Toronto in the second round instead of the first.

    * = if there is a next season


You better pray to God that Belfour's back holds up.
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#8 Posted on 30.6.04 0333.07
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    Originally posted by fuelinjected
    You better pray to God that Belfour's back holds up.

First things first, Maple Leafs need to sign him. Seems like Belfour wants a 3-year deal guaranteed even if there is a lockout... The Calgary Sun has written that is a possibility of Paul Kariya signing with the Leafs once free agents are allowed to start talking to teams in a days time, for whatever that's worth

As for Lalime, I think a change of scenery will do him a world of good... Hasek going to Ottawa, he just seems way too much of a flake these days, can he rebound after some unproductive years. aah I really don't know
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