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01-08-2013, 02:15 AM
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Cogburn
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So Florida trades for a guy they don't seem to really want back, although they acknowledge he'd be a big improvement, and then trade the reason that the guy they're trading for isn't a big deal. This same player they are being asked to trade has risen through the ranks of their organization, and despite a few stumbles in the AHL this year, looks very impressive.

Why does Florida do this? I mean, the Flyers have a better chance getting Schneider from Vancouver instead (I'm not saying we're game for that either though) then getting Florida to move a player who will fit with their future corp of top end players.

Unless we cut Florida a hell of a deal on Luongo (not happening, sorry Panthers), why do they do this?

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