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10-09-2003, 11:25 AM
Join Date: Feb 2003
Originally Posted by
Burke's Evil Spirit
Handzus was nowhere near the defensive player he was when the deal was made.
He was still a quality defensive center and was putting up better offensive numbers than he is now. I'd say his stock is about the same.
Nagy was a good prospect, but his stock
risen since the deal was made.
Of course his stock has risen, but at the time, he was a sought after prospect.
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