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01-28-2013, 12:00 AM
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The Habs may be moving up the ladder faster than some of us think and reinforcements may arrive in a year or two. Galchenyuk will stick and Gallagher seems promising. It might be a good idea to trade Cole before he decides to pull a Thomas. That would enable Bergevin to offer more to Subban. Add Subban, subtract Cole, sign a younger UFA (AKost, for instance) for a year or two if there's a lag before Collberg is ready. In short, trading Markov or Plekanec would be a bad idea because it would impede the Habs' progress. The only players who look out of place are Kaberle and Weber. The Habs already look too good to descend to #28-30 this time. The net effect of Gauthier's so=called mismanagement might be beneficial after all. Those three second rounders may be just what the doctor ordered.

I don't mind if fans think this is too eccentric. I haven't seen a more sensible plan. The tankards don't seem to know how to tank intelligently because they don't really know the Habs' strengths and weaknesses.

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