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11-18-2003, 12:57 PM
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Originally Posted by discostu
You're trying to dispel something as a myth when the evidence is right in front of you.

Let's say that the CBA doesn't change, and 10 years from now, two teams, the Calgary Flames and the New York Rangers, are on the cusp of being an elite team.
Let's say? Let's say? You have to invent a scenario to make your Fantasy Island view of the NHL problems work! Why don't you use a real life example of a non-elite team signing a free agent and becoming elite. Which poor team has ever been on the cusp of being elite but failed to get there because they could not afford a free agent?

Let's eliminate elite teams because if we don't, the Rangers will outspend Calgary in ten years and become elite with their wallet! Let mediocrity rule to solve a problem you have to invent?

This is a really convincing argument.


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