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09-27-2010, 09:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Garbage Goal View Post
Same thing that most teams with two starters end up doing. Boston and Montreal being recent examples.

Hold on to both of them for a while, split starts with them, and probably end up having to get rid of one of the two after a couple of years or so.

It's just not realistic or practical to have two starters. You need to have a starter and a backup. It just doesn't work cap-wise or for the players.
Yeah. or we could just keep them forever and ever since we havent had goalies forever haha

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