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Guest4042 Posted - 01/29/2010 : 20:56:23

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irvine Posted - 01/29/2010 : 22:07:03
I would say that Frolov is on his way out of Los Angeles, no question.

But the biggest name and talent is of course, Kovalchuk. He's the type of guy who can change your team the most, upon acquiring him.


if a team does acquiring Frolov, he has the potential to step up his game to another level. He can be a significant offensive player, if he reaches his potential. Perhaps a scenery change is all he needs. Only time will tell.

Also, Kaberle is a guy that i'd want on my team. I'm sure GM's in the league would want him also. He is an offensive force on the backend, yet isn't a big defensive reliability. Even on a struggling, poorly playing defensive Leafs.

At the end of the day, Kovi is the biggest trade bait. Frolov has the highest potential in the sense that (he won't be resigned, he is 90% certain going to be traded. i'd say) and Kaberle leads the defensive pack.


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