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  • Birthday 06/12/1973

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  1. HABS @ HAWKS, DEC 9, 18:00 ET

    He looks good so far. He doesn't seem to be a defensive liability either. I would say he stays for the year. I would like to see deslauriers get a day off and play hudon.
  2. HABS @ HAWKS, DEC 9, 18:00 ET

    KK with the great shift to create the game winner. Price is playing great.
  3. HABS @ HAWKS, DEC 9, 18:00 ET

    These penalties are killing the flow of this game. Brutal.
  4. Habs @ Sens, Dec 6, 19:30

    Kk is developing nicely. He makes mistakes but they put him right back out there. He is a heck of a passer. I'm excited to see how he progresses. This team plays a lot better with Byron and Weber in the line up
  5. Dec. 2, Sharks vs Habs, 7 PM

    That's an excellent point. I suppose performance bonuses could solve this, but not for teams up against the cap. This to me is the best arguement against that system.
  6. Dec. 2, Sharks vs Habs, 7 PM

    You're right. NFL is 50/50. Or very close. That's a cap issue. NFL also has the highest percentage of college graduates, so there is that to fall back on. You can't cut an injured player. His career may be over though. It's an interesting topic. How do you take care of these injured guys and retain the right to cut players that suck just cuz they suck.
  7. Dec. 2, Sharks vs Habs, 7 PM

    A lot of those broke stories are about money management. I think that's the biggest problem there. They make massive money and blow it all. The injury arguement is the strongest one when taking about their contract system. I'm not sure how they are taken care of.
  8. Permanent Trade Proposal Thread

    For sure. When a young player can join the team and make an impact for a couple years before he gets that huge raise, it is a big benefit in a cap system. I like the idea of having strong prospects developing in the farm. Trading them to win now disrupts that balance. If you end up with a surplus, then you trade to fill a weakness. Right now it may look like there is a surplus of right handed defensemen, but Petry and Weber are the only top 4. Montreal only have a surplus of bottom pair defense and bottom 6 wingers. No matter how you package them, that's what you're getting back unless you're willing to trade away your top 4, top 6 prospects or 1st round picks. The time for trades is not now IMO.
  9. Permanent Trade Proposal Thread

    Was just about to say that. He's waiting for a mistake so he can unleash his rage.
  10. Permanent Trade Proposal Thread

    I work in alberta. In the north there are Oilers fans followed by equal numbers of leafs and hand fans. There are habs fans everywhere there.
  11. Dec. 2, Sharks vs Habs, 7 PM

    Sorry about the derail.
  12. Sens @ Habs, Dec. 4, 19:30 ET

    That drouin play to domi was slick. He is so much better this year.
  13. Dec. 2, Sharks vs Habs, 7 PM

    Ya I don't want to cut him.i want him to be awesome.
  14. Dec. 2, Sharks vs Habs, 7 PM

    It seems to work well for the number one sport in north America.
  15. Dec. 2, Sharks vs Habs, 7 PM

    We as fans pay their wages for entertainment. I want to be entertained. If you promise to be 10 million entertaining, and give me 4 million entertaining you have broken your contract. You didn't deliver what you said you could. Breach of contract. Cut
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