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07-20-2013, 10:30 AM
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Originally Posted by S Bah View Post
Well drafting McCarron and Crisp was "Ballsy" in my books, in a city like Montreal where every move is dissected like a new strain of Aids. As a matter of fact what I can see happening is getting particular linemates now for Eller, assuming he's the #2 centerman for years to come.

Dallas has Brett Ritchie RW that lit up the scoring in the OHL last year, Dallas has been one of the Habs trading partners lately. Then in this years draft Nick Ritchie LW, might also be available when the Habs draft. Getting those two brothers on a line with either Galchenyuk or Eller, leaving the other centerman with McCarron and Collberg... not a bad alternative.

Considering Brett Ritchie is now 6'4"- 215 lbs., Nick is 6'2"- 200lbs. and growing they would make a very strong statement for the direction the Habs are taking. The path to another Stanley Cup thank you very much.

This isn't dreaming it's well within Bergevin's youth program of building his own team as Ritchie (Brett) has yet to lace up in the NHL. Before that occurs "Let's Make A Deal " Monty Bergevin as he will be called later for his astute moves getting the Habs to the promised land.
Jim nill isnt neuwindyk...he's not gonna give up ritchie....thats the kind of player everyone wants.....gonna have to be a big overpayment for him to be let go.

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