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02-25-2013, 03:12 PM
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Originally Posted by truck View Post
I agree, but that line has played well of late and Olli is still on the team.

If the Kane line can produce at a 2nd line level (45-50ish points over a full season or 26-29ish this year) and Olli stays on the 3rd line that is OK depth for a fringe playoff team.

The Jets clearly don't have a great roster, but it isn't that bad IMO.
That fine. I'm happy to have Burmistrov and if he's ever able to get as much as possible out of his skills he'll be an incredibly effective player.

But playoff teams aren't looking for guys that 'has played well of late'. They're looking for proven guys that they know exactly what they'll get.

Trading for Burmistrov means paying a price that has more to do with the player he may be one day, rather than the player his is now.

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