Goaltenders not playing generate less interest than those who are active; however, some NHL teams can sense that the ones not playing can potentially be a good, active goalie, once they join their organizations. Your question can be answered in a more detailed manner, if you contact one of the general managers in any NHL team.
You're arguing the same point as me... You said he'd garner interest whether or not he played, I said that it will be less if he doesn't play, and then you confirm while still trying to argue with me. I don't get it? The only teams who will want him for not playing is exactly what you said, a team who's willing to take a risk on him being a starter. It certainly hurts his value and trade appeal if doesn't play.
Your question can be answered in a more detailed manner, if you contact one of the general managers in any NHL team.
Don't talk down to me AllKill, it's not called for.
He is a "maybe" starter, but other GMs might think he can potentially become a starting goaltender, given his young age.
That's exactly what a "maybe starter" would be. Again, you're arguing the same point I just made.
Edited by BananaMash, 24 January 2013 - 10:17 PM.