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04-04-2013, 12:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Vorkosh View Post
Okay, so now, in addition to you thinking that GM's don't honor their word with other GM's. You think GM's don't honor their words with players either, or vice versa.

Based on this opinion, why even have trades? Everyone is out to screw everyone else right?

If Vancouver buys out Luongo, there is already a deal in place between Luongo and Florida.

I mean christ JUST to make you happy, and I hope you realize how ridiculous this is now.

1) Vancouver trades 28 million dollars in cash and Roberto Luongo to Florida in exchange for Nick Bjugstad.

Condition 1) Florida must use the 28 million dollars to buy out Luongo
Condition 2) As a pretext to this trade, Luongo must sign a new 4 year, 16 million dollar contract with the Vancouver Canucks after he is bought out by the Florida Panthers
Condition 3) Vancouver must trade Roberto Luongo and Nick Bjugstad back to Florida for a Goalie, a 1st round pick, Cash, and future considerations.

Teams cant trade cash.

Also ask Iginla about honoring his word about being traded to Boston.
I also remembering a Nabokov expecting to end in Detroit.

Its always better to have it on paper, than just have verbal agreement, especially when players and 1st round picks are in play.

Last edited by palindrom: 04-04-2013 at 12:17 AM.
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