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05-01-2012, 07:44 PM
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Originally Posted by SouthernHab View Post
You are arguing from a position that "hockey players can never be taught right from wrong".

As mentioned earlier, we have seen this type of leadership and coaching for far too long. And our franchise has suffered for it.

Lets say that Montreal does not pursue Radulov and an enterprising GM with foresight does sign him. And with Radulov's talent, he becomes a 40 goal scorer for his team.

What do we do? Complain (again) about the one that got away? Or why dont we ever have superstars in Montreal?

We have been lacking foresight for too long. You cannot teach talent. You can teach goals and expectations.
Talented, yes he is, but selfish he is also...what does this kind of teammate do to the room? I understand what you are saying, but the guy would be a real gamble...

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