The Process of Trading Jarome Iginla Has Begun - Part 2
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03-25-2013, 04:14 PM
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No - they can't afford to trade him for a poor package.
You have to look at how it gets presented to fans. If Iginla is a UFA and leaves at the end of the season that's on Iginla - completely his own choice. Sucks the Flames get nothing for him, but they can say they tried to deal him, didn't get a good package and then tried to keep him.
If the Flames trade Iginla for next to nothing, there's no good way to sell that to fans.
If the offers are all poor they really are better off just letting him walk for nothing.
1st plus good/great prospect is a poor package?
As for your theory, how well did that turn out for the Leafs and Sundin? Difference in that case was that the Leafs tried to trade Sundin but he refused to waive his NTC and the fans were still livid about the whole situation. If Feaster has a chance to move Iginla for a good return but doesn't because he wants to hit the jackpot and then loses Iginla for nothing, he won't be able to hide from the fans.
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