Would the Habs benefit from a Heavyweight enforcer? Part 3
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05-06-2013, 10:20 AM
Join Date: May 2010
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People will never get this. The problem is not about adding a goon...it's about changing the philosophy of the team and have MOST of the team play like that. You THEN can add a goon if you want....But they ALL still have to play hockey.
not sure if you were agreeing or disagreeing with me but here goes anyways:
yeah i agree and the vast majority of people here want that. doesn't happen overnight or even within a season and most of these guys need to be drafted since the cost of trading for them is usually prohibitive. it takes time to completely overhaul a team's makeup and bergevin said that it is what he wants to build, so im patient
op's question is:
"would the habs benefit from having a heavyweight enforcer?"
which is what i was replying to. my opinion on this matter has always been and unless the instigator somehow magically disappears, will always be a resounding no. a heavyweight enforcer
a goon and we don't need those.
get a tougher roster sure, but not at expense of talent (not as an absolute though).
obviously not aimed at you but this debate has a tendency to bring out the stupid in some people. like shooting red herrings in a barrel that's being propped up by a strawman.
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