Found August 24, 2012 on
Toronto Maple Leafs
Detroit Red Wings
Roberto Luongo has been part of a few bad trades over the past decade. While teams always take a chance when they make a trade, when it comes to Luongo, the teams and players involved in his deals generally turn out to be often lopsided.
The Florida Panthers were already part of a one-sided trade that went wrong when it comes to Luongo. They should avoid the temptation to get involved in yet another bad trade for the current Vancouver Canucks goaltender.
Bottom line here for the Panthers when it comes to Luongo is to just say no.
The Canucks will certainly entertain any offers for Luongo, and they would not hesitate to move him before the September 15 date when the current collective bargaining agreement deal expires. The asking price has been said to be very high for Luongo, which has scared off quite a few teams already. The Toronto Maple Leafs were also said to be high on Luongo, but would not cave into Vancouver’s demands. Luongo has said he would like to play for F...
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