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02-22-2012, 12:54 PM
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Originally Posted by pld459666 View Post
Because while Dubi is having a down season, One year doesn't make the player.

Dubinsky, even while slumping offensively is a great pk'er, a solid physical player and regardless of this one particular season is good for 40+ points per season.

40+ points per season with an ability to post 55 points while playing a physical brand of solid defensive hockey is a valuable asset.

The mind-set that some have that because he has JUST 6 goals that he has no, to limited value is astonishing.

The reason Howson is asking for the sun, moon and stars is because Nash (the last 4 years) is an average 35 goal/70 point scoring forward. His stats this season may not bear that out, but that is who the player is.

And in the same breath, one can state that Dubinsky is also much better than his stats this year would indicate and such he HAS value.
When you trade someone will on a down year you have to give up more than that. If Dubbi, then be prepared to lose MCD and Kreider too! You cant just say ok we will give you 3 garbage players for 1 good one! How about Dubbi, Kreider, MCD and Miller!
I like how people say let give Dubbi, wolski, oh and maybe we will throw in a mid level prospect, i mean common!

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