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Ah sorry Bugsy, was scrolling through other posts and I remembered you saying something along the lines of “Schweinstieger has been a great midfielder so far but Forlan has been the best!”
Didn’t notice you and the proper information reconciled themselves, mea culpa!
if we were trading Markov to Columbus, could we at least get Nash?
you would think that he would mask himself better.. but nope! straight to PG and BG being huge delinquents and how CP,SG suck and blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah hi im tony!
I guess time will tell. If Filatov becomes the star most scouts thinks he will, then the trade is great from the Habs perspective. Markov’s a UFA next year, maybe he could pull a Doug Weight and resign with us next year.
Forlan is listed as a FW/Striker anywhere you check online.
[Edit] Sigh, I’ll bow out of this conversation too as I thought the argument was that Forlan was not a Striker, lol.
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