Big Easy Pens Fan wrote:No squared.
Malkamaniac wrote:Except Armstrong sucks. It's even worse because Jeffrey was a legit liner before he got hurt.
Hugo Stiglitz wrote:So basically anytime a former Penguin becomes a UFA they're automatically linked as coming back to the Pens?
Rylan wrote:Hugo Stiglitz wrote:So basically anytime a former Penguin becomes a UFA they're automatically linked as coming back to the Pens?
Armstrong at least fits a grit need the Pens need. Just like Jagr fit the need for a winger last year. No more no less.
Only way I take Colby back is if he is willing to take a sub mil. for a year. A try-out if you will.
pens_CT wrote:no name wrote:When a team buys you out its a tell tale sign your game is going south. When a team can't trade you for a 7th round pick it generally says... you suck.
In this case it tells you nobody wants to take on his salary, not for even a 7th round pick. Like some others have said, I would think about him for under a million on a one year deal for fourth line duty. I would look at others such as Daniel Winnik or David Moss first though.
Rylan wrote:I don't disagree. At sub-mil. though would be a bargain if Army plays as the Army of old. If he doesn't then you aren't losing much if anything at all.
MRandall25 wrote:DelPen wrote:MRandall25 wrote:DelPen wrote:Come on, why not? The guy is a good hockey player, it's not his fault Toronto was retarded. He's better than Kennedy in every aspect of the game.
Cooke-Sutter-Armstrong would be a great third line.
Surely you can't be serious.
But just in case:
Army had as many points in 10-11 as Kennedy had goals.
I am serious. Armstrong will kill penalties and is better on the powerplay. Their scoring output is about the same. In what way is Kennedy better than Armstrong?
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