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01-23-2011, 01:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Coldshot View Post
Yes it is, he hasn't proven a thing in the NHL, and he's a prospect.

There's really nothing to argue.
If Schenn is to be called a prospect, Grachev is to be called a quarter of a prospect. At least according to the current prevailing wisdom.

If you think we can win a Cup with Gaborik you hold on to him. If not, you don't hesitate to move him (and that big, fat contract) in a deal if you think it helps long-term.

Schenn and Simmonds isn't enough because it ensures that this team won't compete for another couple of years, and you can't sell that to your fans, but in real-value, I'd do it.

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