He had an injury, came back from it and played well, and did very well at the combine. But we're still going to act like he's limping and might have to be amputated?
There was an article in the Globe and Mail today that talked about how many teams thought Galchenyuk was the most impressive at the combine, despite having suffered probably the most serious injury out of all the top prospects. It also talked about his incredible work ethic and his desire to stay in North America and play in the NHL. If Galchenyuk's available, the Habs have to take him.
EDIT: Were you talking about Galchenyuk or Murray?
I don't think they can go wrong with Galchenyuk or Forsberg since at least one of those two will still be available. However, if Murray is not yet picked and if Timmins determines that he's the BPA, then they should pick Murray.
I hope that Timmins honestly thinks that whichever one of Galchenyuk or Forsberg is available is the BPA when #3 comes up, because the best of both worlds is to pick someone who is both BPA and fills the biggest need.