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07-12-2008, 08:30 PM
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Consider: much like Isbister last year, it could be that Krog was offered a one-way deal, BUT with less money on the table to save cap room/salary. All it means is he's practically guaranteed to be the 13th forward, but no more, just like Isbister was. If Gillis is really thinking Krog lets him get rid of Kesler/Johnson/Pyatt/etc, I'd say he's out of his tree!

Oh, and Krog's NHL point totals aren't too horrible... a point every 3.5 games or so? Lots of 'established' NHL forwards have a lower average than that.

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