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  • habsfan habsfan Jan 12, 2010 1:12 AM Flag

    Good Trade?

    you got savard, who actually won't be back for 6 more weeks (olympic break) and you're expecting him to be able to turn it on for that last month, also you're assuming that kovalchuk is going to be traded at the deadline(which is a possibility, however the more likely scenario is he doesn't sign with anyone and he goes to the KHL next year), on those grounds alone i wouldn't make the two person trade, getting rid of malone is good cuz yes he's cooled down and gagne has been looking good, so in reality you're getting one player who is slowly getting points and you're losing a hot player and a so so player for 6 weeks, not a trade i'd make, i'd rather try and get first and face off against the weaker last place team come playoffs

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    • Uhh, what does it matter if I'm losing Savard for 4 or 6 weeks when the difference between those 2 time periods there are no games played?

      Not to mention, while Afinogenov is a productive player (I'd hardly call him hot anymore, he had 1G, 0A, and was -5 last week), his +/- is a problem and he has gotten more and more streaky each week, usually going multiple games with 0 points, which isn't good in a H2H league.

      I can pretty much guarantee Gagne outproduces Afinogenov from here on out. And there is no question Savard will be better than Malone in March.

      Yes, losing Max is a production hit, but you have to give something to fill needs, and I'm pretty well set at RW w/o him. You can't always manage for the present, sometimes you have to look at the future.


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