The Markov Conundrum
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02-03-2013, 08:12 PM
Join Date: Aug 2010
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I guess it's a good thing we got two of them then
Being #1D of a team that finishes 15th with a pathetic PP isn't quite the same as being #1D of a team that finishes first with the #1 PP in the league...
I'm also among those who think that his experience and mentoring is worth a whole lot more than what people think. We have many young D that would likely improve a lot more by having a Markov around than by having another D prospect.
Sure, if a team is massively overpaying you listen. But I think that trading a healthy Markov would be a major setback, because if he's truly over his injuries with the type of game he's playing he could still be valuable for us up to nearly 40, he's not relying on athletic abilities to dominate. You would need a DAMN good return to make it worth it.
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