Satan to Islanders, Visnovsky maybe not
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07-23-2012, 04:53 PM
Join Date: Sep 2006
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Okay. Imagine you're 64 years old. And you have recently accumulated something around 10 times more than you require to retire. And you've got really great kids and grandkids. Oh, and your work requires you to be in a different country than your native country. And then, your company wants you to move across country at 40% less pay pay than you made last year. Then they want to transfer you to help resuscitate a failing wing of the corp. Imagine also that you're also the sort of guy who has interests in other things.
The comparison isn't "'off to some'", it's plain silly.
Okay - well "verbally illustrated."
That being the case, I'd rather not take the hit of trading for a player that *suddenly decided* retiring is better than honoring a contract to it's completion - having gone the arbitration route, let the Islanders at least get the 2nd rounder back, and that way Visno gets to retire as a Duck. Void the trade,
he can retire.
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