The Markov Conundrum
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02-04-2013, 07:06 PM
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Neither Craig Rivet or Max Pacioretty has ever had close to the impact Markov has on the Habs.
Your example is bad, just as bad as the premise of this thread.
I was asked to give an example of a trade where the seller received equal or greater return for what they gave away. That example proved said point. Gorges and Pacioretty were far better value than a Rivet. So if you want to bash my example then why don't you read what the example was about first before chiming in. The fact you didn't read what the example was about makes your opinion of the premise of this thread flawed.
If you want to argue that Markov brings more to the team than Pacioretty or Rivet well I am sorry but I am not going to argue that point because Defense means a lot more to a team than forwards, especially one of Markov's caliber. The only way to get a Markov unless you are a buyer is through the draft. You have ZERO chance at getting one through the draft without picks. The more picks, the better your odds.
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