Found April 27, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
TEAMS: Winnipeg Jets
from Gary Lawless of the Winnipeg Free Press, The Winnipeg Jets cannot and will not move forward as a team with Byfuglien as he is currently constructed. He is a foundation piece and his half-the-time good and half-the-time bad output leaves the team with unsure footing. The guessing and hoping has to end. It has to be now or never, where Byfuglien is concerned. He's either going to decide to be elite and do what is necessary to reach that level or he's going to continue to depreciate. Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff must determine whether Byfuglien is on the verge of a breakthrough. Will Byfuglien transform into a defenceman the Jets can count on every night? Or will it be the status quo? If it's the latter, it's time to part ways. Trade him now while there is still value. The perfect deal likely won't be out there but not moving will haunt this franchise. read on
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