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12-30-2012, 06:23 PM
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Originally Posted by I am the Liquor View Post
He should have just sucked it up and stuck it out. Doing what he did is only going to hurt his standing in the draft.

Only good reason for him to leave is health reasons/personal safety.
Really? I presume then that the only valid reason a WHL team has to trade player is if it's for health/personal safety reasons. So if said player is under-performing or management wants to build for the future, well, trading him wouldn't be in the spirit of "sucking it up and sticking it out", would it? Anything else would seem to imply a double standard.

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