Thread: Value of: An enforcer to Habs
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10-02-2013, 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by SlapJack View Post
Honestly, let's take a look at why the Habs lost that game last night.

Are they tougher this year because they added Parros? That's debatable.

Did they play Leafs hockey last night and spend more time in the box instead of playing Canadiens hockey? Yes, and that's why they lost. Montreal needs to play up-tempo hockey and cash in on their PP's as much as possible in order to be successful. When they don't do that, they lose.

They don't need another enforcer.
You know who disagrees with you ? The GM and anyone with a memory long enough to remember the ottawa fiasco last year. Are habs fans amnesiacs ? Every year we get ragdolled in the playoffs and lets not forget we have one of if not the SMALLEST top 9's in the league and our jam on the back end begins and ends with a rookie.

To answer the OP, we dont need another heavy right now. We can go with the pool of middle weights while parros is on the mend. I'll wait till I hear about Parros' recovery estimates before going swimming in the enforecer pool. I want parros back, even if we have to wait.

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