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Forum: Armchair-GMTue at 1:55 pm
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>TrueCanuck</b></div><div>I think you're wrong to just look at stats over the full course of the season - forgetting that Vancouver started off as a terrible defensive team and then got hit hard by COVID for a month. &amp; again, the second half of the season Holtby was way better. Coming from someone that watched probably 90% of the game sin the snorts this season, Holtby was probably the second best goalie behind Hellebuyck in the second half. I think you writing him off just based on stats and not taking other serious factors into consideration isn't the right way to go about it.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>exo2769</b></div><div>What about the $4.3M cap hit AND the fact that Seattle will lose him after one season? Let's pretend he is a good goalie (which I don't agree with, but let's pretend). That's still poor asset management. You can get an asset for free from every single team. Why go out of your way to help another team AND hurt yours. VAN has indeed done a very good job for Expansion. Draft Lind/Gadjobich and develop them. Draft Khudobin and sign a UFA for less money that's equally as good as Holtby. (I think better than Holtby, but pretending he's decent) You still win if you're Seattle because it's a lower cap hit and likely longer term. Seattle shouldn't be going out of their way to help VAN without getting something back. That's how Seattle would/should/will IMO look at it.</div></div>

Holtby won't be taken unless Van is paying for them to take him