So was Grant I mirrored you in ways you can't even imagine. I lived your life, I thought your thoughts, I loved your lovers (sorry). I became you in every conceivable way. Questioning the contents of my post is akin to questioning the very fiber of your being. Marinate on that.
so was grant I mirrored you in ways you can't even imagine. I lived your life, i thought your thoughts, i loved your lovers (sorry). I became you in every conceivable way. Questioning the contents of my post is akin to questioning the very fiber of your being. Marinate on that.
I'd rather keep the pick...we got a good scouting/drafting team that I would rather us keep our picks for the off-season.
Isn't this draft suppose to be deeper than the previous ones?
I think Murray would be more interested in adding draft picks for this draft rather than trading them away. He could move some of the depth roster players for picks to create more room for some of the prospects.
Sign first, even if you have to overpay SLIGHTLY.
Go to the cupboard when a prospect FORCES your hand. Trade for PROVEN players when the options are limited.
Most of the time, this is my order of preference for asset management.
Unfortunately, I think we might be at step 3. Might be. Depends how our young guys pan out.
I tell you though, I'd love to have Rozsival on the team right now. That guy just SAT in the UFA pile for like MONTHS. He was clearly the best UFA remaining for the longest time. I know there was no reason to think we'd need him, as our defence was looking full before the Cowen & Lundin injuries, but I wish Chicago hadn't beaten everybody to the punch and he was still avail post-lockout.
Chicago could be a good trade partner, if they want a goalie(Bishop) for Leddy or a prospect for Hjalmarsson. I'm not saying that's what they're worth, just examples. We could trade Anderson(around the deadline) for a little extra because it seems like they don't trust their goalies.