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09-15-2006, 08:45 AM
True Blue
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You injected arguments like Montoya played at least as well as Lundqvist when they were in diapers. Again, irrelevant.
How is it irrelevant? It is only irrelevant if you want to ignore the crux of the argument. You keep claiming that Henke is already God's gift to goaltenders. You keep claiming that there is simply no way that Montoya can be that good. Then how can you keep brushing aside Edge's point that at the same point of their respective development, Henke WAS NOT better than Montoya? If you extrapolate the argument, then in another several years, Montoya has every chance to be at least as good as Henke was last year. Off course acknowledging that, will defeat your entire argument of Henke definitively being the franchise goaltender of the future. Because if Montoya shows that he is as good as Henke, then in most probability, the older and more experienced goalie will fetch a better trade bounty.

If you are going to argue a point, then the least you can do is not view everything with tunnel vision and at least make an attempt to see where the others are coming from. Otherwise, the only person you are debating with is yourself.

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