Foligno vs Kassian: No Hodge
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03-13-2013, 12:15 PM
Puttin' on the Foil
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Buffalo, NY
So please correct me if I'm wrong ...
There seems to be a pattern with you and a couple others about trades. When evaluating there MUST be a winner and a loser in trades. You seem to come at it from that mindset. Why?
You (and a few others) can't possibly bring yourself to evaluate it from a needs filled perspective. You also evaluate worth based mainly on points acquired. Why?
Objective hockey fans see this as a win win for both clubs. Not only when the trade happened, not only today, but also 3, 5, 7 years from now. Kassian, Foligno, and CoHo will continue to develop and be equally valued (appreciated) in their respective clubs.
Why can't you possibly see this?
Your winner/loser mentality when it comes to all trades (I've seen you comment on) is simply weird.
News flash .... There doesn't need to be a winner/loser in trades for it to be a good trade.
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