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06-16-2012, 11:56 PM
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Originally Posted by GKJ View Post
Players are generally past their prime offensively after age 27. They don't get better when they're 30. It's not worth the risk to improve a strength with a guy whose outrageous cap number isn't worth the difference when we have other needs (such as two defensemen).
Rick Nash's numbers can improve without Rick Nash improving. If he leaves Columbus, they likely will.

Believe it or not, goals and assists in hockey are partially a reflection of team-work.

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