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Originally Posted by okgooil View Post
Agreed, I think the most ideal situation is that Hemsky has a solid year, then at the deadline some one grabs him in exchange for a younger suitable bottom 6 type player. To LA for Clifford, or Ottawa for Smith, or whatever.
That'd be great as far as I'm concerned. It makes it a lot easier to move him when 2/3 of his contract has been paid and 2/3 of his cap hit is gone.

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As long has Hemsky is producing and healthy there will be a taker at the deadline. There always is, some team will need a top 6 scorer, there is always a injury, or something. The deadline is the ideal time to trade. Teams are always desperate.

Sadly I can invision the opposite, deadline rolls around, Hemsky is on the DL and has put up 15 points in 30 games.
I'd move him before the deadline if an injury hits a playoff team hard and they need a 2RW and have the cap space available. My worry about waiting until the deadline was summed up quite nicely in your last sentence

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