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01-05-2013, 02:51 AM
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Though i doubt the two teams would make such a trade with one another, what do you think it would take from the Flyers end? i know he's still very young and has been playing very well in the AHL during the lockout, but he's struggled at the NHL level, and perhaps could use a change of scenery to boost his development. i still like his upside and his size, and the Flyers really need help on the wing, and would probably like to go with a younger guy at this point.

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17 g, 16 a in 32 games this season in the AHL, is 20 yr old Nino's change of scenery to boost his development.

Listening to Weight and Snow's interviews, it's clear the Nino remains a top youngster for the NYI, who need to add size, scoring and grit to their top 9. Snow is saying he's sticking with his homegrown youth movement and to expect more youngsters on the roster.
Zero reason for the NYI to help the Flyers find a winger.

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