get him out of the organization......sending him down would take a spot from a younger player.....keeping him on the team would take a spot from someone else.....get rid of him......the reason i said unload is because i dont think too many teams would be interested
Hollweg does seems like a great guy off the ice, and a really good locker-room guy. However, the lack of offensive production and just terrible penalties negate those positives. I don't think my father has ever seen me so mad, and curse so much as when Hollweg took that boarding penalty in Game 3 against the Penguins. That selfish and dumb penalty completely changed the momentum of that series.
I was just about click out of here due to this topic's snooze factor when i saw this --- I don't know about the other boards but there is a heck of a lot of overstretching here. Instead of a rehashing all the obvious reasons why we did not beat the Pens just go back and watch the games -- there are multiple examples of why we lost that series and Hollweg's untimely play did absolutely nothing to cost us that series and I would argue it had little effect on the outcome of that game in particular. Hollweg haters, Jagr haters, Avery stalkers and sycophants -- anything that keeps you from seeing the truth I suppose.
Maybe the trade shows that there is no such thing as a waste? If you pretend someone is worthy of a spot long enough, someone (Toronto) believes that he actually is worth it and pays accordingly. From biggest waste to 5th rounder in a couple days; not bad