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Would Steve Ott Be A Fit In Detroit?

Both Brad May and Mark Spector of Sportsnet believe Detroit would be a destination for Steve Ott at the trade deadline.

What do you think and you can watch their discussion here.

 

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It is probably worth mentioning that Ott has ties to the area…  Ott was a military brat and moved around a lot growing up, but his dad finally settled in the Windsor area.  Steve’s dad (Butch Ott) is a pro boat racer in the area, and still lives in Ontario.  Steve spends time with this family in Ontario in the off season.

I’m sure being close to home and family would be a bonus to playing in Detroit for Ott.

Ott is one of those guys, that you hate, unless he is on your team….  Kind of like Tootoo.

Posted by Matt_in_MI on 01/15/14 at 05:30 PM ET

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Ott is one of those guys, that you hate, unless he is on your team….  Kind of like Tootoo.

Posted by Matt_in_MI on 01/15/14 at 04:30 PM ET

I’m thinking Maltby would be along those lines.

Posted by SYF from the team that re-signed KFQ and DFC by KFH on 01/15/14 at 05:32 PM ET

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