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    Josh Ho-Sang Requests Trade; Won't Report to Bridgeport

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    Pennies on the dollar for this guy. Wonder where he ends up.
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    Couldn't every team have just got him for nothing while he was on waivers? It's not like his contract is prohibitive. Why would someone give up an asset now?

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    What do you guys think? Could Panarin and a 1st get it done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    Couldn't every team have just got him for nothing while he was on waivers? It's not like his contract is prohibitive. Why would someone give up an asset now?
    The 50-contract limit would be one reason — maybe even a big one — as to why he'd still have trade value from a GM who could have had him for free on waivers.
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    So another guy who hasn't proven anything trying to force himself to the NHL. Who's going to trade for him and put him on the NHL team? Makes no sense.
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    Didn’t the HoSang wearing 66 thread get purged? I couldn’t finding it
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    Garth Snow may not be considered a great GM. But now Lamariello and Trotz pretty much think the same thing about this kid . He's either very dumb or getting some very bad advice.

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    Josh looks primed for an extended European vacation. Actually, I'm surprised that Ottawa wouldn't pick him up after they volunteered to be Team No. 5 for the man Uncle Larry once optimistically dubbed "The Duke of Broadway."

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