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07-22-2013, 10:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Dr Gonzo View Post
To be fair that rehashed post seems to be trying to convey the point that the other side is wrong. I disagree with that as well.
Speaking of rehashing, I've been saying all along that there are solid arguments on both side. I'm concluding with my opinion, nothing more, nothing less, that the bridging contract was my preference, all along respecting that others may think differently. As 417 is saying, we don't see that from the other side where it's an attack saying that whoever thinks differently brings garbage to the debate, which is obviously NOT the case, but they can't (in most part) see and recognize that.

Originally Posted by 417 View Post
it's the cap hit...that's the issue here

Some people are convinced that because he will be at a cap hit of 7.5M or 8M instead of 5.5M

That the Habs are doomed and won't be able to sign some hypothetical player or players.
I understand that. But one must recognize the savings on the cap hit for last year and mostly, mostly next year, when the cap goes down drastically. This pretty much evens the playing field, no?

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