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06-05-2004, 03:58 PM
Join Date: May 2004
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I would say that penciling in Marek & Prucha onto the first line w/o ever seeing them play and without them every having been tested by playing 5 minutes of hockey in North America, let alone the NHL, is the very definition of overrating. If it is not overrating, it is definetly overambitious.
Just curious, if they are your first choices to play on the top line, what happens if they are utter busts? What happens then? You don't just pick up random players to play on the top lines. What kind of a plan is it to pencil in 2 completely untested players to play your top line?
How do you define an "utter" bust? You mean like Kovalev and Nedved this season? And like I said before I am not afraid of finishing the last in the league and sacrificing a season or two, as long as we play lots of young players.
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