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01-20-2013, 08:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Whitesnake View Post
Sorry but if he's so hated in the dressing room and totally disruptive, how come he's still a Habs? And if it's because he's a work in progress, how about the players accept it and go along with that? And as you say, we don't know a lot, so we don't know how those guys feel. And it's not even up to them to go and tell Bergevin to wrap it up. They probably think that if we struggle so much on the back end, that they will be intelligent enough to notice it. Besides, this is impossible that only in Montreal do we have so many "disruptive" players that we absolutely have to get rid of. It makes no sense. So that team concept of yours, we've applied it by sending everybody either home or by trade 'cause they were so not a team player.....and see what it does to our organization. There could be a few bad apples. But that many as we had over the past, makes no sense. To me, it seems more as a really bad leadership with the inability to make everybody believe in a team concept than players so disruptive that we have to get rid of them or teach them some lessons.
I agree that the sensibility on 'Disruptive' player in Montreal is way to high, but it is what it is and i'm not sure that can be change fast enough

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