Found February 26, 2012 on Ranger Nation:
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… give Glen Sather a TON of credit. He knows how to make trades and doesn’t get taken advantage of when wheeling and dealing around the deadline.  Scott Howson is trying to not only take the Rangers arm and leg in this deal but he always wants their other arm and leg as well. Great [...]
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