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07-11-2012, 07:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Kirkpatrick View Post
I agree that that is the ideal goal, and that's why I think the idea that "the current management team should feel nothing but pressure to vastly improve the performance of their team" is ridiculous, because it implies that the present is more important than the future when as Leafs fans we know exactly where that kind of singular focus leads.
Other franchises have built a competitive team in 1 or 2 years without sacrificing the future so this is not an unrealistic goal. It is difficult and requires skill, planning and sometimes a bit of luck but it is not impossible and especially over four year period.

And the person suggesting for the leafs to sacrifice the future was you. To me it looks like you are letting your bias of sacrificing the future to effect the goal of creating a competitive team both now and in the future.

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