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03-04-2010, 09:21 PM
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The problem with Rosizval is and always has been his half season of good hockey vs his half season of horrible hockey. Year in, year out. Comes out of camp terrible. Turn over, indecision, out of position, soft in his zone. Then somewhere around January, he steps up and finishes strong until he gets hurt late in the year. He will have little value at the draft, but you don't trade him at the deadline cause he was finally living up to expectations. $5m is too much for a few months of decent hockey. Why get excited at this point for improved play? It won't last and we are stuck until he gets out of the slump months later.

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