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You may be right but I believe Edmonton’s offer was for alonger contract. Also KOMO got way more from the leafs for his services. i would have liked to see AK stay but he declined the first offer and BG said “hasta La Vista” and got Cammy. if there would have been a way to have both that would have been great.
Really Brian. The Juha Lind reference in your profile was the tipoff. Good one though
OMG that is hilarious!!!!!! Welcome back T-bone.
I’d rather not give up our MVP player for a guy who doesn’t have a single solid NHL season under his belt and to this date, hasn’t proven he can get along with an older coach who’s prickly about defence-first hockey, Markov gets moved he’d better be dealt for better that is my position. I acknowledge Filatov looks like a very talented player, but we’ve got our own guys to work on right now and he’s got too many question marks about it.
He doesn’t add the impact MTL needs either on either line as well, which is a big body that can hit, which he doesn’t look like, at at.
– I shall always remember Captain Koivu.
Im glad to see you know what your talking about
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