The case for a 1-year surgical tank for the Habs
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07-27-2012, 03:27 PM
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I had an argument on this thread last year.
I said Markov+Gorges wouldn't replace Hamrlik+Wisniewski. I was right. The others were wrong.
There are new injuries every single year. Every single offseason habs fans say "next year when we have no injuries". When are some of you going to learn? There will be new injuries every year.
Markov, Gionta, Gomez, Moen, Eller.
Cammalleri, Pacioretty, Markov, Gorges.
Markov, Cammalleri, Kostitsyn, Oh burned.
Schneider, Tanguay, Latendresse, Lang, Higgins, Koivu, Komisarek... worst year for injuries that I can recall.
The magical no injuries year we hear about on HFBoards every summer. Habs finished 1st in the conference and were a bona fide stanley cup contender.
So if we tank, our injury problem will go away.
But that's not realistic, is it? The proper response should be.............Since we will have injuries every season, we should tank every season.
Bravo. I am giving you credit for creating one of the best T threads of all time. What is the over/under on how many pages you will generate with this thread?
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