The case for a 1-year surgical tank for the Habs
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07-30-2012, 06:28 PM
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Canberra, Australia
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Montreal now has two of its own top 5 picks in the lineup/pipeline (Price, Galchenyuk). Do we really need more? Vancouver has the Sedins, LA has Doughty (and used Schenn in a trade), Chicago has Kane and Toews, Carolina has Staal. No more than two, unless I missed something. Do we really need
top 5 picks? At the cost of abysmal seasons? We took our lumps from a poor season last year and I'd rather we be happy with our draft and move on to a positive season.
What does "need" mean?
I'm not claiming there is only a single strategy that can lead to victory -- I don't think that would be true. I'm claiming that a single extra year of entering the season with a weak roster, as Bergevin is doing, should be enough to solidify a championship core. I'm claiming that this is *a* good strategy. I listed some specific points. If you have an alternative, specific strategy, please start a thread about it. I'm curious.
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