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11-08-2012, 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted by unknown33 View Post
Again I disagree.
What is considered as appropriate behavior or good 'value' is entirely subjective, unless we are talking about a player who comitted a crime.
Then here's the thing to think about. What did Lindros accomplish by doing what he was doing? If he was doing the right thing and not something that was very self fulfilling then who else did he help? Who was he thinking about other than himself during that time? You're free to an opinion but he hadn't even laced up a pair of skates in the NHL and he was already the anti-team player. He did nothing to warrant Quebec being unfit for him. He didn't play 2 or 3 seasons there and then say "this doesn't fit for me." He didn't even do that. Say what you want that appropriate behaviour is subjective but in this situation if you were only looking out for yourself no matter how many people it inconvenienced then I think you should re-consider.

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