Found June 01, 2012 on The 6th Sens:
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Just a few weeks ago, I penned a piece outlining the reasons why it may be in Ottawa's best interests to listen to offers on Milan Michalek, especially if it could net a top four defenceman in return. Well, if you believe some suggestions out of Winnipeg, perhaps that market for a top four defenceman could materialize in Winnipeg. From the Winnipeg Sun's Ken Wiebe: We’re not suggesting the Jets are — or will — be shopping Enstrom. However, it’s no secret the Jets’ organizational depth is on the blue-line and it’s no secret the Jets need to add to their forward group. So, you have to figure general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff is going to have to at least listen if teams start calling, to get a better idea of what he could get back. The 2012 NHL Entry Draft is less than a month away and that’s a time where teams historically make blockbuster deals, either for draft picks or other top-end talents. From where we sit, Enstrom seems like the kind of guy who could bring ...
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