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01-22-2004, 07:30 AM
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So who's to be the judge whether the Sens have tendered a fair offer and Alfie's agent is the one holding things up? We just don't know. These matters are confidential until someone writes their autobiography or a disgruntled party spews out their version of the proceedings.

We have no idea what's going on, so we can't blame 'the idiot Muckler', to quote the author of this thread with the grand total of 1 posts to his credit on this board.

Patience is a required asset while negotiating, let the interested parties do their dance routines. In the old days, the Sens would be trading Alfie to the highest bidder right now. Today they must keep him for the playoff run, no matter if he jumps as a free agent later. What happens later is up to the Sens and Alfie, not us. Both parties will have to decide what is better for them and we will just have to respect that decison. Same goes for Martin.

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