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03-19-2013, 05:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Quagmier View Post
The thing is though, the guy essentially picked up a winning lottery ticket, and had the sense and foresight to realize what he had. I remember when he came in and the questions were about how full scale the organizational dismantle would be, and you could tell he was a little bemused by it all. He recognized (i assume he did anyways) that the Habs weren't too far off from being a perennially competitive team, but that the results wouldn't come overnight. He seemed to have a plan for this team almost from his first day here, and entirely to his credit he has stuck with it so far.


As General Manager of the Montreal Canadiens so far I have to give him an A.
I agree with most of your post but I can't give a guy an A for essentially not screwing up his winning lottery ticket.

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