I would give the TDL an A- for a grade. This TDL confirmed what management thought and what we all here believe, that the CBJs window to compete for a Cup is just now opening. We didn't hurt our future by trading away any of our core or young pieces of value. We added NHL depth and that's all we really need right now.
Plus Jarmo was quoted saying something like he views the addition of Bjorkstrand as a TDL "move"
That makes sense, Quincey can skate and move the puck when hes playing well. I have a theory that the teams who have more mobility in their depth defense are going to do a lot better in the playoffs despite some mistakes. The reason being that teams are employing younger and faster depth forwards.
On paper anyways, Quincey and Murray looks like a strong third pair. The problems with Quincey always came when he was forced to be a top four defender (In Colorado and Detroit).