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03-11-2012, 05:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Em Ancien View Post
So if the guy we could've drafted ends up a 80-90 point player and we get a decent 2nd liner, you'll be happy?

Season's over boy, all we're winning is the Maple Leafs run to 10th award.
The thing is what is the point in worrying about it. I mean, I have been excited all the second half of this season at the prospect of picking high in the draft, but you finish where you finish. Last night was only one game, so we don't know if this means we are are going to be climbing in the standings. We might lose the next two. But if we win games now, it means it is because our team is capable of winning those games, and would you have them do less than what they are capable of? Should Carey Price let a few stinkers in?

If we don't finish in the bottom five, then a high pick was not in the cards. I would love to have a top pick. It is the most convenient way to add elite talent to your lineup, no doubt about it. But it is not the only way to improve your club.

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