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  1. Kostamojen says:

    Mayor, you really think Mike Richards is gone next season? I know he’s having a bit of a down season; but, he’s such a big part of the core and leadership of this team. Also, it seems like Dean Lombardi has a lot of loyalty to these guys, plus the fact that Lombardi paid a high price to bring Richards on the team. Do you really just give up on a guys who is still only 29 years old?

    Can you expand a little on your reasoning for thinking Richards is gone next season?

    • John Hoven says:

      Don’t agree with several of your points. As said many times though, I’ll answer all roster questions when the season is over. That’s what we have a whole summer to talk about!