Nabokov signs with Detroit must clear waivers: CLAIMED BY NYI
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01-25-2011, 07:29 PM
Join Date: Nov 2004
Originally Posted by
The Human Torch
The Islanders knew he didn't want to play there.
They knew, in all likelihood, that they were completely boning someone who just made a decision to move halfway around the world for a new job.
Nabokov wanted to go to Detroit. Detroit wanted Nabokov. Garth Snow stepped into a no-win pile of dog**** because there were only two outcomes for his team: either they look like morons for trying to sign someone who clearly didn't want to be there and causing him to stay home and unemployed, or they look like morons for signing someone who clearly didn't want to be there but he shows up anyways, helps then win a few useless extra games, and moves his team farther down in the draft order. There was no third possibility. End of story.
Yes, the rules are positively asinine, but that's beside the point. The point is that this was a completely brainless moves by a franchise that seems to be doing their best to be even more unlikeable from top to bottom than the gong show that is the Edmonton Oilers. Great company we're in.
Dude lives in Califorina....Nabokov and the Wings knew he had to clear waivers thus a risk of geting picked up by another team...
boo hoo if he can't accept it and maybe he should've signed at the end of the year or never in the KHL
Garth Snow is in the business to make his team better, not to worry about the poor Wings feelings
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