Luongo: The Neverending Story
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01-04-2013, 01:03 PM
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You still haven't answered why Burke didn't go after Vokoun, and is going after Luongo?
Further, if Burke doesn't go after Vokoun, why does he wait until the 2013 offseason to go after other stop gaps like Nabokov, Theodore, Backstrom, Thomas (all due to age and short term deals)? None of Burke's actions are aligning with your perceptions here in these cases.
They had the chance to bargain with him by trading a pick, like PIT did (a 7th rounder no less). I may be recalling this wrong, but it was rumoured that Burke balked at the notion. How could this be? Vokoun's motivations being his own, you would think Burke would at least try to negotiate with him if that's what _he_ wanted... correct?
So basically, we've demonstrated that Toronto doesn't like to trade picks for veteran goaltending.
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