Found January 04, 2012 on
Maybe it's a motivation technique. Maybe he really doesn't mean everyone save for two players are available.
Or, perhaps, Anaheim Ducks GM Bob Murray has actually placed nearly his entire roster on the auction block this season.
Helene Elliott of the LA Times spoke with Murray on Wednesday night ahead of the Ducks' game against the San Jose Sharks and gleaned the following via Twitter:
"Murray says he has two untouchables-- Teemu Selanne and Saku Koivu-- but anyone else is in play. Says he's not rebuilding and seeking draft picks. if he trades a core player, it would be for another core-type player."
The money Murray quote, via Elliott: "I still believe we have some core players. Now, whether we have to change a few core players, so be it. They're deciding who's staying and who's not staying at this point."
Murray labeled Selanne and Koivu untouchable because they both have no-movement clauses; in essence, they're the ones that dec...
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Below is how a GM of another team is dealing with his team's struggles. Check this out from Anaheim Ducks' GM Bob Murray via Helen Elliot's twitter:
"Murray says he has two untouchables-- Teemu Selanne and Saku Koivu-- but anyone else is in play. Says he's not rebuilding and seeking draft picks. if he trades a core player...
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