Posted 29 January 2014 - 01:47 PM
Marty wants out. He is upset and something clearly happened with Deboer after the outdoor game. He sees the writing on the wall here for him with Schneider here and can't accept that his legacy won't buy him another fifty years here.
My guess is he might push Lou for a trade. Marty's tone this time is more angry than suggestive like it was before.
Perhaps Marty goes to Pitt for a Cup coattails situation or a team that is in need of a platoon goalie the rest of the year.
I think it's 50/50. We aren't a serious contender anyway so I don't care about how fans react to us trading Brodeur and not wanting to come to games.
And here's the problem with words on paper. The guys who don't like Marty to begin with or have soured on him will look for negative connotations in everything he says, and start speculating about things that they have no inside knowledge of.
I pointed it out in another thread, but DD56 is right...every time Marty talks now, it's pretty much a no-win. The less he says, the better off he really is.
Edited by Colorado Rockies 1976, 29 January 2014 - 01:47 PM.
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