Found May 07, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
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Disclaimer: This isn't a statement on which team "won" the Erik Johnson trade but rather a take on why the Avs had to take the chance. Watching the playoffs, it is clear that the risky move to acquire Erik Johnson was a move the Colorado Avalanche had to make. Especially out west, it is clear that each playoff team needs a minute-munching defenseman who can play in all situations. Lookin...
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