The Markov Conundrum
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02-04-2013, 12:48 PM
Join Date: Apr 2009
The only way you can justify trading the Markov we are currently
watching, is for a big over payment. For example, should the Leafs offer
Kessel straight up, you'd have to think about it. But you could still say no.
But what no one is saying is, what happens next year. By next trade deadline
you may have a good idea about whether he wants to extend, and at what
price. You will also have a much longer time to judge his health. This is when
a decision will need to be made.
Of course I'm hoping he already has his extension. And of course we'll
be contenders and really need him.
And NO I am not suggesting that we want Kessel. Some one earlier
said that Kessel had more value. And we certainly saw what he was
traded for. That's why I used him as an example.
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