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<a href='http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/wings/2003-10-21-joseph-ahl_x.htm' target='_blank'>Cujo to the minors</a>

Whether he will admit it or not this has to be one of the lowest moments in Curtis Josephs career. Next to becoming a Red Wing of course. :D
10-21-2003 02:50 PM
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He absolutely needs to demand a trade. It doesn't matter where.
10-21-2003 04:41 PM
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I guess management is thinking that if they want to showcase him, the minors is the place. Detroit already has Legace at backup, costs almost 1/4 of Cujos salary and is arguably just as good. But, if Joseph wants to keep playing and get paid, then he needs to demand that trade despite his clause. Perhaps Atlanta, NY Rangers, or Calgary. I read somewhere that Detroit fans pull for the Red Wings and whoever is playing the Rangers.
10-21-2003 09:14 PM
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