Thread: News Article: TSN's game plan for Sharks
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05-29-2012, 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by TheJuxtaposer View Post
It's possible to rebuild on the fly and stay competitive (look at the Flyers). But your theory has issues. Firstly, no one is going to trade a pick or prospect for a guy with a big cap hit like Marleau or Boyle without sending back a salary dump like Matthew Lombardi or Colby Armstrong (to use your example). And that would end with minimal cap savings, and the pick wouldn't join the team right away (unless you get a Couturier by being really, really lucky).

Add Hossa that had 0 points in 3 games before getting injured. It was a weird post-season for a lot of guys.

But this is hardly a 'Trade Marleau' thread.
Originally Posted by hockeyball View Post
I am not advocating trade Marleau, simply discussing it's viability. He's my favorite player and always has been, still is.
Mine too. I see more than a few posts leading in that direction. (Not nessessarily form you guys...)

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