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03-08-2013, 05:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Oilbleeder View Post
I'd absolutely consider him. The guy learned the ropes with the Flyers being a pro scout for one of the better pro scouting teams in the league. He then went to the Kings and ran the Manchester Monarchs while also helping the Pro team's day-to-day activities.

Nah. Say your a guy like Jason Botterill of the Penguins, with Ray Shero the GM for the next little while, he'll probably jump on any opportunity to be a GM.

A guy like Nill, probably not, but a guy like Botterill I can easily see. Same with Marc Bergevin(sp?) who left Chicago to go to the then circus that was Montreal.
I don't think you could get any GM who has been around as long as Lowe is there. GM's want autonomy, not a job where they have to walk around with Lowe holding them on a leash.

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