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02-01-2013, 11:20 AM
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After 5 yrs of stockpiling prospects, Snow has a glut of unproven prospects.
So, he won't move Nino in a depth trade or for 2-3 players with lower upside.
Just like when he's shopped his last 3-4 lottery picks, demanding 1 young player with very high upside back,
Snow would demand 1 young, potential stud in exchange for the 1 young, potential stud he's giving up.
Nino's agent has given 2 post trade demand interviews and in both, he indicates that he doesn't expect Snow to trade Nino. At 20, Nino has no leverage to force a trade.
His pouting means little to Snow.Probably as much as Nabby or Vis's pouting did.
Thanks for giving the Isles perspective. It makes perfect sense to me.
I think Caron + was something that Bruins fans threw out there as what they WOULD be willing to give up, but I do understand that the deal is a likely non-starter from the Isles perspective.
If the Isles are looking for a player in return who will instantly step into the top line or D pair, then I don't think there is a match to be made with Boston. The Bruins will likely look to add without touching their current roster.
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