Has Marc Bergevin made his first mistake as a Habs GM?
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04-18-2013, 06:51 AM
Join Date: Jun 2011
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Playing it safe is the best move he could of made! Please tell me you do nothing related to business? You clearly have no idea how to manage assets, because in the end all players and all picks, everything is an asset. The players available on the market were not worth it to the Montreal Canadiens to make a trade. I just don't understand how anyone can think that 2 players that a playoff team got rid of would be the difference in Montreal.
And if you didnt want Murray and Clowe, let's hear it: what was your choice?
No matter if it's Gainey or Gauthier there will be fans protecting their moves and non-moves.
Obyrne could have been had....Torres. You think Drewiskie is the best possible move Bergy could have made? I'd rather not even give up the 5th and play Weber, Kaberle or Tinordi.
Everything is an asset, yes. But a good businessman turns those assets into bigger assets. Is DD's contract really an asset right now? Hanging onto draftpicks is all fine and dandy, but eventually you have to win and there's still no guarantee that draft picks guarantee success. We have a wealth of draftpicks. We could have used a couple of them to get a player that could help us now and in the long run.
We'll see what happens in the offseason.
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