How Much For Your Wizard: Will the Pittsburgh Penguins Trade For Ray Whitney?
In today's salary cap era, NHL general managers must make difficult decisions on how and where to spend their money.
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#1 Feb 5, 2010
I was stunned, at first, that NJ was able to land Kovalchuk, but ultimately I think the Thrashers got the better end of the deal, at least in terms how the teams will stack up against us. Bergfors was a Penguins-killer, and Oduya has always been a solid defensive presence agianst us, while Kovalchuck hasn't done much. Also remains to be seen how he'll fit in with the Devils' team-first, D-first philosophy.
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