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01-11-2012, 06:57 PM
Robert Johnson
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I think you should always take the best available player...if value meets need great. But these guys probably won't be NHL ready for two to four years then there's their NHL development by then who know what their biggest need will be.

You can never go wrong with having to many good prospects, so take the best available athlete and that's still not a sure thing.

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