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01-03-2011, 07:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Minister of Offence View Post
Relying on pro scouting can be a crap shoot but drafting good young players makes it easier to bring in players that are actually good, which in turn makes pro scouting look good. I'm really just talking about perception of pro scouting...because from afar...none of us really know who is actually to blame for some of the decisions that are made. For instance, it's widely speculated and somewhat widely accepted that Melnyk engineered the Kovalev deal.
I really don't think you understand the concept of pro scouting at all.

And this is the second time I've read you blaming Melnyk for the Kovalev signing without providing evidence. Heck, Murray previously signed another aging Russian coming off a good year that did not fit his team in Fedorov, so why is it so hard to believe that Kovalev was all Murray's doing?

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