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07-10-2012, 03:01 PM
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Originally Posted by NRG87 View Post
That's exactly my point. In my blog, I explain why more specificallly. Wasting cap space on veteran forwards is not the optimal usage of cap space. Since I have limited cap space, I will optimize its usage. Since D-men and goalies hit their prime later and need more experience to be effective, I'll try to restrict my usage of roster spots on expensive veterans to D-men and goalies. Forwards can be effective at a younger age.

And I never said 30 is old. I'm saying you can't have too many veteran forwards. In my blog, I explain why.
Sorry I wasn't really directing my post to you, but generally speaking.

But I agree with what you are saying, but I still think 29 to 32-33 still very good years for forwards.

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