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11-09-2011, 03:01 PM
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Originally Posted by agreement View Post
I believe this to be true. Also I think that it is in the leafs' best interest to keep in the AHL and not showcase him in the NHL. In the NHL it's obvious he doesn't being a big game. As a Marlie his situation can be masked as "development", in hopes to get more value for him in a trade situation.
He was one of our best forwards through the pre-season and his short stint this year. I highly doubt they are concerned about "masking" such 'deficiencies' if this were the case.

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