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03-15-2012, 03:01 PM
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Originally Posted by seventieslord View Post missed the part where Jovo was in the exact same situation in his prime.
You're comparing Ohlund to Chara, and not taking into consideration the amount of games Ohlund missed? You missed that part conveniently.

Article regarding Reddens last couple of years in Ottawa:

Then, at the end of that 05/06 season, the Senators organization kept Redden and let Zdeno Chara walk. And things just haven't really been the same since.

Redden started making sloppy defensive plays, and appeared slower. His stats dropped in pretty much every category. Fans started to turn on him, and used him as a scapegoat for all of the team's struggles. Rumors of various problems in his personal life surfaced, and deep pangs of regret filled the organization for ever letting Chara leave. Redden faced extensive amounts of criticism, and the team tried to trade him on several occasions. Redden used his no-movement clause to refuse both trades, stating a desire to stay in Ottawa and help the team win its first Stanley Cup.

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