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    Quote Originally Posted by Jager's Mullet View Post
    This post is making me feel bad now. I acquired barzal, Perron and 2nd rounder for Crawford at the beginnning of the season. Feels like robbery now. Lol
    It is robbery but don't feel bad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tfan5211 View Post
    Barzal, Chabot, Borgstrom enough for Matthew's?
    Barzal has posted a PPG season, Matthew's has not. Why give up Barzal + 2 players for him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saucelife90 View Post
    Barzal has posted a PPG season, Matthew's has not. Why give up Barzal + 2 players for him?
    Agreed. Matthews has more 'perceived' value but Barzal would be getting a lot more attention from the media if he was playing in Toronto. You shouldn't be adding to Barzal to get Matthews. I would just hold onto Barzal for the time being.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blayze View Post
    On the flip side, Tavares leaving means Barzal gets an upgrade in linemates with Nelson and Lee.
    you mean Bailey? Nelson's not an upgrade on mot AHL teams.
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    ROFL yeah...

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    With Tavares, yes. Without Tavares, no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tfan5211 View Post
    Barzal, Chabot, Borgstrom enough for Matthew's?
    Way too much to pay for Matthews, unless games played in Toronto count for something.
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    Barzal is going to win a scoring title someday, imo. He definitely has superstar potential.

    Losing Tavares will hurt for sure, not that they played together a lot (except on the power play), but having Tavares matched up against the other team's tougher competition gave Barzal a bit more freedom. Long-term, though, it won't matter...he will be just fine as his game matures.
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