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12-14-2012, 10:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Tim Wallach View Post
I agree it should be a no-brainer. In Kitchener's situation, keeping both goalies is a luxury they can't afford.It's simple cost-benefit analysis and I believe Spott fails if he holds onto both. Yes, there's a chance of injury leaving him caught, but then add a decent back-up that costs much less than Franky would fetch you.

Good GMs realize these opportunities when they present themselves.
Thinking about it, I don't really think I like the idea of holding on to Franky during Gibson's absence. I get why doing it, but if we are going to trade him then deal him and lets see what Moylan can do. That will still give us time if we need find a quality backup or run with what we have. So we might lose some games, the only way that hurts is if we are fighting for home ice for the playoffs. And if we are fighting for home ice then I dont see us going deep.

Another thing is I dont like last minute deals, values may go up before the deadline but also mistakes are made too. I would rather deal early than late.

If we are keep Franky for the year than thats another story.

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