CHICAGO - MAY 27: General Manager Paul Holmgren of the Philadelphia Flyers answers questions during Stanley Cup media day at the United Center on May 27, 2010 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
We've been scratching our heads over the last few weeks trying to understand exactly what Paul Holmgren has up his sleeve.
Whether it's signing goons to long term deals, planning on trading a fan favorite who's spent 11 years here, signing a goalie before the seeing what was available on the open market, trading for a defenseman who makes a lot of money when more financially friendly options were clearly available, etc., Homer has made more than a few questionable moves so far this summer.
On this week's episode of BSH Radio, Ben, Geoff and myself try to make sense of everything that's been done this summer. What moves were solid? What moves were dumb? Why were they all made? And what should we expect the rest of the offseason on the transaction front?
Also, we play more games and we try to come up with a name for Geoff's new cat.
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