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07-02-2012, 09:00 PM
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Originally Posted by UAGoalieGuy View Post
That's what we call creative accounting. In your scenario, your trading Dubinsky, Hagelin, and MDZ plus a prospect. You still have to address the holes created be dealing Hagelin (third line LW that has some offense) and a puck moving Dman that can play the PP(To replace MDZ). That's going to cost more then $3.6 million + the cap space gained be including them in a trade (around $5.5 million). Plus the Rangers have to add another two dmen on top on that. May be Erixon can fill one of those holes of the three.
It works both ways, del Zotto's and hagelin's contracts also go back to Columbus. which are not much NOW, but Del Zotto is going to get a hefty raise, and Hagelin will make decent money in the future, that money could be used to replace them. So in the end it almost all washes out depending on the players we were to sign to replace them.

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