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12-29-2003, 11:30 AM
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Hi-wayman
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Originally Posted by Baron Von Shark
Marleau is finally starting to play at a consistent level. He's no longer a shy, timid perimeter player. Instead, he's goign into high traffic zones and using his size to his advantage. The Sharks would be crazy to trade Patrick Marleau right now, especially for the Sedin sisters.

Rob Davison has also proven to be more valuable to the Sharks than he would be in a trade. He is a solid, no non-sense physical dman, young and filled with drive. He's a keeper, for now.
You make a good arguement for the reasons the Sharks would not want to trade either Marleau or Davison, then you blow your total credibility by making a foolish derogatory remark about the Sedins. Whether the Sharks trade Marleau or not, it is players like the Sedins, Chubarov, Arvedson, Kesler & Linden that the Sharks could use more of. Your team has lots of good players & lots of good prospects, but the make up is not a good mix and they don't play like a team. They play far too individualistic to be a success in the near future. The Canucks & Calgary are examples the Sharks should be trying to immitate.

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