The Dany Heatley Demand: A Great Call in My Eyes

austin murphyCorrespondent IJune 18, 2009

OTTAWA - MARCH 11:  Jason Spezza #19 and Dany Heatley #15 of the Ottawa Senators stand on the ice during the game against the Tampa Bay Lightning on March 11, 2009 at the Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Phillip MacCallum/Getty Images)

What do I think of the Dany Heatley shocking trade out of Ottawa. Senators General Manger Bryan Murray says to the media that "he wanted to talk to Corey (Clouston) but there were also a couple of  issues, they were mainly were just finger pointed at each other he was shocked and disappointed."

Honestly I don't care about Dany Heatley anyway, he was a disappointment in Ottawa. Last season, Heatley recorded 39 goals, his lowest total since he arrived in the nation's capital. Seriously, like come on, you sign a six-year $45 million contract and one year into the contract demand a trade?

I think he should either go to recently crowned Stanley Cup Champions Pittsburgh Penguins. Get a first round draft pick (No. 30 overall), a top line defencemen (Kris Letang), and a top six forward (Jordan Staal). Also,the New York Islanders for the No. 1 draft pick and top six forward (Blake Comeau).

This is my opinion for this great call for a Senator's Fan because I didn't like him at all in Ottawa! Disappointment in my eyes all the way! BOOOOO...

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