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09-27-2008, 07:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Watsatheo View Post
When I compared the number of starts he had with Huet in the lineup and the number of starts he had without Huet, I see that he got a hell of a lot more starts when Huet wasn't in the lineup. Explain to me why do you think this is the case so you can prove yourself wrong.
Its very simple. At the trade deadline they established Price was their number 1, he would have started playing a lot more at that time weather Huet was there or not. He had to ease into that situation over the season though, he wasn't just going to be handed the job at the beginning of the year over Huet(which is why Huet played more). The plan was always that Price was going to be given the job when they felt he was ready, which they obviously did at the deadline. I absolutely hate the trade because Huet was good insurance for us should Price falter, which he did.

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