SeawaySensFan wrote:Riprock wrote:SeawaySensFan wrote:Riprock wrote:I'm inclined to believe Nash.
Of course you are.
Although, I'm not even sure what that tweet is supposed to mean.
Pretty sure he's clarifying that Nash didn't just go out and demand a trade, rather it was more of a miscommunication that he expressed to Columbus his opinion that the team ought to rebuild to improve.
re: Miller on Gustad's trade:
A lot of players are vocally upset when their team trades a player. These guys are a family and when the team for whatever reason tardes a family member it hurts. Minny is another example. When Shultz was traded a lot of people were upset, i.e. Clutterbuck.
Barfallo is a mess. I think Miller will be the net to want out.
Then why submit a list? And why does the agent state, in public, that the list will remain the same in the summer?
Who the hell knows anymore. Probably has something to do with team saying "ok, give us a list. If we can find a team you would rather play for we will accomodate that. Otherwise you say you are content here."
All I know is to lump Rick Nash into the same category as douchebags is highly uncalled for. This is a guy that is a class act to a tee and lives and breathes the city of Columbus. Whatever is going on is a troubling situation for everyone involved - the team, Nash, the fans. Even if Nash said he would like to play elsewhere I have no problem with him making that request.