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11-07-2012, 10:26 AM
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Look, I don't see what's so hard to understand. Teams in the past have payed a lot for pending UFAs, as they believe they can re-sign them. Correct?
If the NYI feel they can re-sign him, they will value him similarly. And it's about as likely that the NYI can re-sign him as it is that players will waive their NTC. As in both cases it simply means the player is willing to be with the team.
According to your logic, no team would ever give up top prospects/1sts/whatevers at the deadline, when obviously it does happen.
Considering that Snow has NOT dealt a top prospect, 1st rounder or top young nhler, for a impending ufa since the 2007 trade deadline, I think it's a good bet that he would not make a major trade for soon to be ufa Edler.
Who cares what other teams have done in the past? Snow, with his budget woes and trouble signing top ufas, doesn't make that type of move imo.
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