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06-28-2011, 09:36 AM
Join Date: Jul 2006
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Country: Canada
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Originally Posted by Koseegin View Post
I'm just boggled by the fact that you think that a 2nd for Moore, a second for Wisniewski and Maxwell and a 4th for Sopel and Dawes are bad trades when you come on HF willing to trade the 17th overall pick and a chance to select Beaulieu for a top 9 forward in Troy Brouwer or a 1st and Tinordi for Penner(you were also willing to trade a 1st and Kostitsyn for Penner, which would have not only been a lateral move, but would have also been a loss considering we'd lose that first for a very inconsistent player).

I find this pretty funny.
LMAO at the heards spending more time discussing me instead of trying to see what's in the content on the text. You're all so funny.

I don't think there is anything I would say that would make you change your mind. You (and when I say you I mean a few of you) have your pre-conceived idea of what I'm trying to do, what's on my mind and my evil plan to gain control of the planet.

No, this wasn't a full picture of Gauthier or Martin's work. I've admitted to that already but hey, you guys pass over it as if I didn't mention it. Fill your boots!

I had noticed for a while though that Gauthier was giving assets away with nothing to show for in the long run and with this research, whether you agree with it or not, whether you find other excuses to justify it or not, I have put to light that there are a lot of good assets that were sent away with nothing left to show for.

That's okay, I was expecting the herd to follow suit, to break it down. I wasn't quite expecting it to turn against me personally the way it has, but it speaks highly of the maturity (or lack of there off) on HF Boards in the last few years, in spite of the self-proclaimed patting on the back.

Perhaps I'll join the troop!

Pouliot was a bum, and so were Sergei, D'Agostini, Latendresse and Boucher. All hail Gauthier and Martin, who should have won awards for their work!

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