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02-14-2013, 02:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Cujomi View Post
If it's moving Anderson or Lehner the answer is Lehner every time. Anderson is proven and playing better than 95% of the goalies in the league ever have, and he's proving himself to be a consistent elite level goalie.

At the end of the day proven talent >>> potential talent always, especially when the potential is to be as good as the proven talent. I know people are in love with prospects and Swedes but that's just reality. If moving Lehner helps this team then you do it and keep Bishop to back-up. Who knows...Bishop also has a lot of potential and a lot of goalies don't blossom until their late 20s/early 30s.
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I hate the idea of letting Andy go, even for a steep return, when all we have to fall back on is unproven potential. Especially when we have been cursed in the goal crease for pretty much our whole time in the league.
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Originally Posted by vdB View Post
100% agreed, minus the Bishop part.
Before people over react, keep in mind trading a goalie at this point makes this team even more thin. If you flip one of Andy, Bish, Lehner and with Lawson concussed, that means Marc Chevrie would be the starter in Binghamton. Any injury in the cage, means you will have Chevrie backing you up...think about that for a moment.

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