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02-21-2012, 09:56 AM
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Originally Posted by NY Lito View Post
I'm really on the fence. The cap implications are scary, but for the rest of this season and next we basically have this team, but essentially swapping in Nash for Dubinsky (if you go by most proposals). This is a damn hard decision. I really think if you swap Nash in for Dubinsky we are clearly the best team in the NHL.
Yeah, and in the end players like Nash are almos never moved, and if you can get one for a "2nd lineer", two "good" prospects (but hardly great, see the normal top 3-5 pick), and a low first -- it's all-time low value for sure.

Nash got into the league and won the Richard trophy as a 19 y/o. And has then admittedly leveled of as his effort has resulted in nothin year after year after year. That don't change that the kid is 6'4, tremendously talented, not just a PF/sniper but complete forward (basically on if a kind in the league today) who is a dream fit with out 1st line C Brad Richards who just happens to need a LW. It's too good to be true all the way.

What else is our cap space for if not to use it on a MALKIN-LIKE-TALENT?????

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