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02-22-2013, 11:04 PM
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Also the people that mention they don't want a Saskatoon situation blowing up in their faces the Blades have now won 11 in a row and have taken over 1st place in division for 2nd seed in the conference. I doubt those same people are saying this about Saskatoon now.
Saskatoon isn't really a comparative for Windsor. Beyond the fact that they had a winning record and made the playoffs last year, the winning streak has been a function of trade deadline deals. They traded away four picks at the deadline, including their '13 and '15 first rounders to bulk up their roster. This is after trading their '14 first rounder and two 3rd rounders earlier this season. Since:
a) The Spits are not going to have the base that Saskatoon had at the end of the season,
b) You can't trade a first rounder in the OHL,
c) Even if you could, the Spits don't have them anyway to trade,
contemplating that Windsor might somehow be able to replicate the feat is somewhat laughable.
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