Prospal's play and the gentleman's agreement
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03-05-2013, 10:17 AM
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You missed my point. People are saying it would send a bad message throughout the NHL. And who would come play for us if we did that to Prospal? My point is this. How is it viewed as so bad to other players if we trade a player who doesn't have a contract next year, but it isn't if we trade someone who does. I am not talking about what Prospal brings to this team. I am talking about how some view the way we are treating him Also, why can't he work for us when he retires if we trade him? Oh, you traded me. I am never working for you. I just find all this to be really funny.
If you're willing to take opinions from someone who hasn't suggested what you're asking about...
I'd say it is because some posters want to see certain players traded and not others. And therefore are defending said position either by projecting their opinions onto management or finding other logical workarounds like "sends a bad message."
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