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01-21-2013, 10:09 PM
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Originally Posted by JohnLennon View Post
Thank you for your kind words. And my opinion pretty much exactly mirrors what habsfanatics says below in response to your post.

Exactly. No one will object to trading dead weight, or trading a player for an obviously good return. I have always been of of the opinion that Spacek was the superior defensive player and had a bigger place on the Habs. Also, I would've preferred his smaller and expiring contract than Kaberle's.

If we can trade some players, even a good veteran or two, for a great return, I am all for it. I just think that trading all our veterans is a silly idea, and I feel that we need veteran leadership to help our young core develop efficiently.

I understand your point, but what I am saying is that drafting is the most luck-dependent of any hockey strategies, wouldn't you agree? Trading for an established player involves a smaller gamble than drafting in the top 15.
I 100% agree.

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