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01-05-2014, 09:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr Atoz View Post
Zubov didn't have high value comparatively speaking. Zubov was absolutely at his lowest value when he was traded. Every time he touched the puck near the boards he was battered and broken and gave the puck away in fear. Instead of have the forwards come back to protect him the Rangers allowed it to happen and he became worthless. But magically not for other teams.
Zubov was a point-a-game player when he was traded. To argue that he was "worthless" (implying that he was traded away for a minimal return instead of a future Hall-of-Famer and and All-Star) is disingenuous.

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