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10-22-2006, 04:44 PM
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I don't know much about trades, I don't think much about trades. And in a way, I don't care. I like our team, and I always liked seeing a team trying hard to make adjustments from itself.

That said, surprisingly maybe, I wouldn't be overly surprise if Gainey makes a move sonner than later, let's say between game no. 15 and game no. 25. Why? To me, Gainey is from the old school who prefers to make trades when everything goes well rather than when everything goes wrong. I remember reading an interview with I don't remember who between Arbour and Savard. Anyway, he was saying that when things go well, it's easier to pinpoint your true weakness, therefore allowing you to make a trade. Moreover, when things go well, I guess that the other GM doesn't try to rob you the same way 'cause you're not in a panic situation. Anyway, it's just for the sake of discussion...

Are things going well? Mmmm...

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