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Darren Dreger
Nashville was working on a trade and its believed several deadlines passed before Flyers grew tired of waiting. Weber signed offer sheet.
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Based Joe Blandisi 18 Jul 12
so wait, they were trying to trade him to PHI?
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#InRayWePray 18 Jul 12
Did the NHL not want to STOP long term contracts because of the "Spirit" of the CBA.
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Jack Weber 18 Jul 12
Wait, Nashville was working on a trade for Weber?!?!
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Ricky Martin 18 Jul 12
is there a good chance nashville matches?
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mflo77 18 Jul 12
why wont nashville just match the offer. weber is worth that much anyways.
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tyler jones 18 Jul 12
but why would he sign if he knew Preds would match any offer sheet?
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Mike Haydak 18 Jul 12
Do you think Nashville matches Philly's offer sheet?
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RobC 18 Jul 12
Do they have to match the whole contract or just one year to retain him?
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Allison Shanus 18 Jul 12
How do these mega-contracts affect whether there's a lockout? Still shaky on how it works.
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the pizzaman 18 Jul 12
Was NSH trying to deal Weber?
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Sean H 18 Jul 12
any chance the oilers were in on one of those original deals?
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Billy 18 Jul 12
Dreg, whats the odds you think of Nash. matching?
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TorontoSportsGuy 18 Jul 12
What's the compensation if Nash doesn't match?
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Bryan 18 Jul 12
if preds match, would weber agree to a trade to anyone?
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Greg Donnelly 18 Jul 12
If Nash matches, does that exclude them from trading him?
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Waken B1ake 18 Jul 12
looks like Creasy and Hockey Insiderrrr dropped the ball on this one
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Dirk Diggler 18 Jul 12
This essentially would be a trade tif you really think about it
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Greg Fast 18 Jul 12
was there ever any chance of the Red Wings getting Weber? God knows they need D
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