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09-09-2013, 11:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Monctonscout View Post
I'm not sure I agree. If you can extend a guy like Markov at around 5 mil, you're better off keeping him than trying to replace him. I think they want to see how he looks early this year, do his legs come back better, the same or worse than last year. His skills are still there and he had 3-4 good years left if his legs bounce back. Guys like him don't grow on trees contrary to what some on here think.

I have to disagree, I think that Markov is a very old 35 and you could tell at the end of just a half season...he looked very slow the last month and he was basically a non factor in the playoffs one point and it was on the PP.... His five on five play has demished and I dont think the Habs have the luxury of having a PP specialist....

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