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08-29-2008, 03:35 PM
Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Buffalo, New York
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You guys make great points. But if Enroth can be traded for a guy like Bouwmeester or Shea Weber would that not be wise???
There is no way that Enroth would net us Weber or Bouwmeester right now.
Miller would have to go down with an injury and Enroth would have to be called up and usurp Lalime and then play incredibly in order for his value to go up to that point.
Even than who is to say that he is just a flash in the pan, which I am sure teams will consider (see Jim Carey, Roman Cechmanek...)
Edit: Just read the rest of this thread... even if you're talking about in 2 years Enroth would have to somehow show his value as a starting goaltender. Bouwmeester and Weber are # 1/top pairing d-men and very good ones at that. Trading a proven dman for an unproven or lightly proven goaltender prospect is just not something that will happen... if it does I'll fall out of my chair... And if Enroth does show up huge, I'd want to hold onto him because we want an possible heir to Miller, depending on how Miller holds out during those 5 years. Does he develop any health problems, does he play up to his contract or better ... It's always good to have a contingency.
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