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03-21-2013, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by NoNecksCurse View Post
here we go again.... putting down posters for how they would like the team to go forward.

you can stick with these forwards. ive actually praised alot of them. im really high on wilson and bourque. ive praised erat more than most.. check post history. but his play has been anemic. hoping he is hurt otherwise...

its nothing against these guys personally... they are all playing a line too high.. combined with their salary and declining skills.. i think moving some at least is a no brainer if they are willing to waive the NMC/NTC .. i think we all agree the window on this team has shut. i think even at max output this roster wins a series or 2 in the playoffs if we draw a easy opponent. but this team is nowhere close to a stanley cup.

i mean honestly.. are you suggesting we just hold onto erat, legwand, fisher until they can't play no more? i dont want to be calgary 2.0 .. we had a great run and they did a lot for this franchise but its time to cut ways with some guys. we have to maximize assets.. we saw the suter deal. fisher and erat both would garnish a 1st + at the deadline.. not sure on legwand.. maybe a 1st? .. im okay with a rebuild .. its time. only guy of the 3 I can justify keeping is fisher that's a reduced salary and role .. (3rd line center).. erat too if he turns it around or if he is playing hurt. we have to maximize our assets
I'm not bashing you don't be so thin skinned.

I just think after years of service dumping someone because of a bad steak is different than hanging on to a player after years of declining play. I truly believe Erat has to be hurt.

I don't want to be the next Calgary, but I don't want to be the next Florida either.

Last edited by triggrman: 03-21-2013 at 02:57 PM. Reason: You have to know me, it's all tongue in cheek man, don't take me personal....
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