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by Paul on 04/29/09 at 09:53 AM ET
from Mike Heika of the Dallas Stars Blog at the Dallas Morning News,
Marty Turco did not reach the triggers for his no-trade clause this season, so he can be traded.
Also, while his cap hit is $5.7 million, his actual contract cost is only $5.4 million, so that does make the deal a little better.
Bottom line, I think if the Stars wanted to move him, there would be probably be interest (Philadelphia, for example, has no goalie signed). However, the Flyers have $50 million committed to next season already, and that will be the problem with a lot of teams.
We’ll see. My guess is the team is committed to Turco for next season and is hoping that he will have a great year as he faces unrestricted free agency.
read on for more on the goalie situation in Dallas…
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