Lebrun: Canuck and others looking at Moen
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01-27-2012, 07:22 PM
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: KW but from MTL
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Contrary to what some people say, a guy like Moen is NOT easy to replace. How many guys in the can fight middle-to-heavyweights, kill penalties on the first unit, and put up 25 pts per year?
If someone gives a high 2nd rounder, trade him, if not, he's only 30, sign him for another 4-5 years.
I like this idea. He's not on the verge of retirement, in fact this year was better than last year for him
If we think contenders need a guy like him, don't WE eventually need a guy like him? I don't think we are that far away and when that time comes, we're going to say "All we need to do is get a guy like Travis Moen". He helped a lot with that ECF run. He's been a very good player here. Flies under the radar, but hard to replace. He's a proven player. A draft pick is not.
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